The EuroVelo 9 is part of the European long-distance cycle routes network and connects the Baltic Sea with the Adriatic. On the way from Gdańsk to Pula about 180 km run through Lower Austria, first quietly through the Weinviertel (section Břeclav - Vienna), then through Vienna, then enjoyably through the thermal spring region (Thermenradweg (bike path) and alternatively the Triestingau-bike path) and finally a little more demanding along the Thermenradweg (bike path).
The section North of Vienna in the Weinviertel is located on the axis of Břeclav-Vienna.
On the route from Břeclav to Vienna, the Lower Austrian section of the EuroVelo brings the cyclist from the Czech border on silent Weinviertel side roads to Vienna.
The 84 km long route from Reintal to Stammersdorf can be seen as a demanding day for leisure cyclists or as a light 2-day tour for non-cyclists. Thanks to the good train connection from Vienna to Břeclav (Breclac), a combination of rail and bike is prefect for a day trip.
Im Weinviertel gibt es über 100 RADfreundiche Betriebe, die besonders auf die Bedürfnisse der Radfahrer eingehen.
Eine Auflistung aller Betriebe finden Sie auf unserer Website.