The Lake Neusiedl Cycle Route is one of the most beautiful and varied stretches of cycle route that goes around the biggest steppe lake in Central Europe and since 2001 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage site. Thanks to the new designer rest areas, unique natural landscapes and cultural treasures, this cycle trip is a real journey of discovery and an unforgettable experience. Small changes in altitude and the constant extension of the area guarantee a fun journey for young and old.

Highlights to discover on the B10:

  • Mörbisch: Heuriger & Gallerie Zentgraf (wine bar and art gallery), Andreas Csarda
  • Rust: Listed old town, world-famous sweet wine, lake resort, cycling to Podersdorf
  • Oggau am Neusiedler See: Panoramic view from the Weinlaubenkuppel (wine bower cupola), wine walk
  • Donnerskirchen: Mountain church with panoramic view, Leisserhof (former stately home), Celtic graves, golf course, climbing wall
  • Purbach am Neusiedler See: Purbach Turk chimney stack dating back to 1532, historic Kellergasse (cellar alley), solar heated pool
  • Breitenbrunn: Tower Museum, art gallery in the Ortsvinothek, historic Kellergasse, reed bed nature trail, Thenau full nature reserve, natural lake resort
  • Winden am See: Bear’s Cave, sculpture garden, panoramic view
  • Jois: Folk Museum, wine trail, lake resort 
  • Neusiedl am See: Tabor Tower ruins with panoramic view, Kalvarienberg (Calvary), parish church with fisherman’s pulpit, lake resort 
  • Weiden am See: Bee eaters, chair market, lake resort
  • Podersdorf am See: Windmill, lighthouse, lake resort
  • Illmitz: National park information centre, oldest farmhouse in the Seewinkel region, St. Bartholomew’s Spring, lake resort
  • Apetlon: Bird reserve, water meadows and salt steppe grassland, Zicklacke and Lange Lacke lakes, lowest point in Austria

Total length of the north section (Austrian part): 95 km