The Wachau Valley is a stretch of the Danube River between Melk and Krems in Lower Austria. It has been peopled since prehistoric times. How do we know this? Because its surrounding mountains contains traces of millennia of civilization, from ... 

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Wachau Valley Bike Tour

December 2014

Hanna G
United States of America

Over looking a family owned vineyard and the Danube River.

Wachau Bike Tour

December 2014

Hanna G
United States of America

On the way to wineries in Wachau Valley

Wachau valley

September 2014

View from Schloss Dürnstein

Wachau valley

September 2014

Cycling

Vines

April 2014

Vines just starting to show the advent of spring. Wachau valley

Danube

October 2013

C S
Netherlands

Wachau valley at Spitz

Wachau Valley Tour

June 2013

View of the River Danube

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August 2012

Durnstein Castle towers over the village. You can walk up to the caste and have a view of the Wachau Valley.

Wachau Valley

May 2012

isa
United Kingdom

Winery Wachau Valley

Wachau Valley (Austria) bike tour: On the bikes between tastings

November 2011

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Wachau Valley bike tour: Bikes were in great condition and the cycle routes were easy to follow

Wine tasting bike tour, Wachau Valley

November 2011

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Riding our bikes on tour through the Wachau Valley, Austria

Scenary from Melk Abbey

October 2011

Overlooking Wachau Valley

Melk Abbey

October 2011

This Benedictine abbey is located above the town of Melk on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Danube in Lower Austria, adjoining the Wachau valley.

Abbey is located above the town of Melk on a rocky outcrop overlooking the river Danube in

Wine Tasting Bike Tour

June 2008

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Riding our bikes through the Wachau Valley

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