On the border that lies between Austria and Hungary is a unique and natural space, the Neusiedler See, that is located within a region that has much to offer.
In 1954, the first biological station was established in the reed zone of the Neusiedler See. Today, its large variety of natural wonders not only fascinates scientists but also attracts visitors from all over the world.
One of the region's many fascinating villages, Oggau, became known as Austria's oldest red wine village, after drinking bowls from Roman times that contained traces of red wine were excavated.
The beauty of the landscape, the incredible variety of flora and fauna and the fascinating history of its towns and villages, all these factors leave an indelible impression of Austria's Neusiedler See.