Lake Neusiedl - based in 1 hotel
Cycling holidays in Burgenland, 7 nights from 719 €
The starting point for each of your bike tours is the small wine town of Podersdorf. The landscape is characterised by gently rolling vineyards, Lake Neusiedl, which is surrounded by reed belts, and the Lacken - small, flat salt lakes. Everything on this holiday is about enjoying yourself, so make sure to visit one of the many Heurige wine taverns and winemakers. The tours are easy to cycle, but the wind can be a challenge at times. There are lots of opportunities to go for a swim in the lake and you shouldn’t miss a visit to the thermal baths to round off this tour on Lake Neusiedl.
Day 1 Arrival in Podersdorf
Podersdorf is the only town directly on the lake. It has a lido, a lighthouse and is home to many small winemakers. You’ll instantly feel the holiday mood here.
Day 2 Excursion to Rust, approx. 48 km/30 mi
You’ll take the ship to Rust, a town well-known for its population of Storks. Then you’ll cycle through wine country and charming villages.
Day 3 Excursion to Halbturn, approx. 43 km/27 mi
Today's stage takes you to the Baroque Halbturn Castle, which is surrounded by vineyards. Keep your eyes peeled and with a little luck you’ll see one of the rare bee-eater birds.
Day 4 Excursion to Illmitz, approx. 48 km/30 mi
The Lacken Cycle Path takes you past lush meadows and of course the Lacken salt lakes. Here you’ll also be able to see rare Mangalica pigs and Prezwalski horses. Visit the St. Martin spa and thermal baths, considered to be among the most beautiful in the country.
Day 5 Podersdorf
A day for swimming, sailing and surfing. In the evening, you can enjoy excellent beers from local breweries, which are at home in this wine region.
Day 6 Excursion to Sopron, approx. 72 km/45 mi
The ferry takes you to the festival city of Mörbisch and idyllic cycle paths take you to the Hungarian Ödenburg with its winding streets and lively squares.
Day 7 Round trip Kirschblütenradweg, approx. 44 km/27 mi
The cycle path takes you partly along the lakeshore, partly along the Leitha Mountains, past vineyards and cherry trees. Take a break at one of the many Heurige wine taverns.
Day 8 Departure
After breakfast, your star tour Lake Neusiedl concludes.
Please note: april/october possibly route changes, as not all ferries are running yet.
Prezzi & date
Included in "Lake Neusiedl-based in 1 hotel":
- 7 overnight stays, B&B
- Burgenland Card
free/reduced admission to museums, ferries
and public transport
- entrance St. Martins Therme
- travel documents and maps in english
- visitor's tax to be paid on site
- 7-day customer helpline
- optional rental bike
- Category L, lake side rooms only:
Haus Seewirt & Haus Attila 4* - level
Bikes for hire:
- Comfortable unisex bikes available in different frame sizes with 7-speed gearboxes and coaster brakes or 21 gears/freewheel. Equipped with panniers, lock and repair kit. E-bikes available upon request.
Travel time 2023:
- Arrivals daily from 01.04. to 31.10.
- the day of arrival determines the price of your tour
All prices apply per person in a double room, incl. breakfast.
- 719 € saver price
01.10. - 31.10.
- 769 € basic price
01.04.-27.04. + 03.09.-30.09.
- 889 € seasonal price
28.04. - 02.09.
- 480 € single room surcharge
- 90 € rental bike
- 190 € e-bike
- ferry trips Neusiedler See, approx. 20 - 25 €
- booking code "Lake Neusiedl-based in 1 hotel":
- how you can save some money
- Discount in the room of two adults
- 00-01 years: 80 %
- 02-11 years: 50 %
- 12-17 years: 30 %
- Parking in Podersdorf:
Free parking space available at the hotel
- Arrival by train:
Podersdorf train station
Arrival at Vienna airport:
Distance to Podersdorf approx. 70 km, good train connections, 2 x changes, journey takes approx. 1,5-2 hours.
Taxi Schwechat airport to Vienna Central Station: approx. 35 € for up to 4 passengers
Train ticket price per person: approx. 16 €
Perfectly looked after:
During your tour, we are available between 8 am and 8 pm, 7 days a week. We are happy to help with any kind of problems you might be having. You will find this emergency number in your travel documents.