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Austria – Vacation in Rust

Perhaps you do not know Rust. Rust is not always something that gathers on a piece of metal when it gets wet, or a politician when he gets unused to real work. Rust is a seaside village in Austria.

Yes, the village of Rust sits on the western edge of Neusiedler lake (Neusiedlersee) in the Burgenland Wine Region. The “cultural landscape” around the lake is a UNESCO world heritage site, and there are many species of birds who inhabit the area. It’s a favorite spot with the Viennese for vacations. You go to Rust to get the rust out.

South of Rust is Mörbisch, which is just north of the Hungarian border. Mörbisch is known for its summer operetta festival on a floating stage near the shore of the lake. You can walk to Hungary.

There’s a lot to do in the area. What ever you do, try the wines. Austrian wines are some of the finest wines you’ve never heard of. Wine taverns abound in the area, which is only a short way from Vienna, if you need a city day trip.

A week in an apartment might be nice. Try Winzerhaus Rosenhof. Maybe you’ll need two.

You’ll at least have to try the wine soup: “Rieslingsuppe”. Restaurants abound in Rust, and the standards are high.

Now I’m hungry.

Amazing Sites of Salzburg, Austria

vacation rentals, Salzburg, austria home rentals, vacation rentals homesFrom the purest of air crackling crisply around the spires reaching into the air toward the mountainous peaks with cottages and holiday villas dotting the Austrian landscape, the vacation rentals in Salzburg, Austria are filled with the warmest charm of religion mixed with culture and history.  From breweries owned by monks to breath-taking scenery of mountain views second to none, the Salzburg vacation rental home you rent will provide you a surreal place to relax and rejuvenate in the center of paradise.

Attractions near vacation rental homes Salzburg, Austria:

  • Salzburg Fortress (Festung Hohensalzburg):  The home of the first castle built on the southern side of the Mönchsberg Mountain was merely a wooden structure made to garrison Imperial Roman troops during the early 10th century.  No far from you Salzburg vacation rental home, Salzburg Fortress is worth the trip for the surrounding scenery as the historical aspect of modernization during the Thirty Years war.
  • Augustiner Braustubl:  If you love beer, this is the beer garden for you.  A once in a lifetime experience to enjoy the beers of the regions around your Salzburg vacation holiday homes bringsvacation homes salzburg, vacation rentals, austria, rental homes the ambiance of old world charm as the best beer is served in stone mugs harkening back to the bygone days when the monks of 16th century Salzburg ran the brewery as part of their monastery. 
  • Mozart Residence (Mozart Wohnhaus):  Without objection, a visit to the Mozart residence is a necessity for any music lover.  Surrounded by the culture and atmosphere that inspired one of the great classical composers of all time, the opportunity to see Mozarts residence while at your vacation rental in Salzburg cannot be missed.
  • Mirabell Palace and Gardens:  Want a piece of film history?  Get out of the comfy chair in your vacation home in Salzburg Austria and take the short walk to Mirabell Palace and Gardens.  Now the home of government offices, Mirabell Palace is most know for its appearance in the movie “The Sound of Music.”  With lovely fountains and ornate gardens, this stroll through the magnificent splendor of the gardens and palace are a contained example of the beauty that Hallmarks Salzburg.

vacation rentals salzburg, rental homes, vacation rental homes, austriaAgainst the spectacular backdrop of mountainous views on every side climbing surrounded by awesome spires so notable in Salzburg, the ornate beauty of Austria is reflected in every turn throughout the city set on the panoramic view sweeping across the horizon as far as you can see.

To experience the best vacation holiday homes in Salzburg, Austria, book your Austrian vacation today with Vacapedia to rest or play at your vacation holiday home in Salzburg, Austria.

Off Season Vacation Weather – It’s The Reason to Go

I love to travel in the off season. No, it’s not that travel is cheaper. It’s the weather.

Really.

As I type this, the rain pounds down in San Francisco, the first big one of the fall season. It reminds me of Salzburg’s famous Schnürlregen. No, a Schnürlregen is not a pastry, it’s a type of rain, called “string rain,” that comes down hard at an angle, in piercing strings of water that pound the dust and oil out of the streets.

Then, it’s gone. Sudden as it came. Everything’s the same as before, except for the streets. They’re clean. You could eat off them.

But the fun part is that the suddenness of the rain makes you hurry to duck into any nearby cafe. You don’t have time to ask yourself if the folks inside might speak English, or if the place looks welcoming, or even reputable.

Just as suddenly as the rain began to fall you’re in the company of strangers. But wait, the strangers are all in the same predicament! And they’re animated about it. There’s something to talk about. The weather. Do you have weather like this where you come from?

Just as suddenly, you’re not a tourist walking in the stifling vacuum surrounding a fish out of water. You’re the interesting and drenched visitor from the strange land.

The cafe is warm, even as rain pelts the windows. A waft of steaming pastries fills your nostrils. Waitresses snake through the gathering crowd with glasses of beer and coffee in a celebration of life that gets repeated in some fashion everywhere on earth.

And if it wasn’t for the rain, you wouldn’t be a part of it.

Maybe I’m just a cultural and “weatheral” relativist. It’s life; it’s all good. A little rain makes you see things more clearly.

Then the rain stops. You say goodbye to your new friends. You go out to the clean street. You consider eating off it–but, if you have any sanity left at all, you pass on the notion.

Salzburg Vacation Rental

The next part of the story is, of course, the question of where you go next. You could go back home, to your cozy vacation house besides the Salzach river, like the one over there to the right. Or you could think, “has the maid been in to pick up the towels yet, or should I stay out here a while?”

Your choice, but I’d go with the vacation rental. Think of the smell of that freshly mown grass after a rain.


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