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Krems

At the exit of the Wachau, one of the most beautiful parts of the Danube valley, lies the charming double-town Krems-Stein. Krems at the river Danube is worth a visit during any season! Dive into the region at the Nibelungen stream: The Wachau valley - UNESCO World Cultural Heritage!

There are not many cities in Austria which can offer such a great variety in cultural, historical or culinary offers as the attractive "double town" of Krems-Stein. Located in the eastern-most part of the Wachau valley, the town - more than 1000 years old - impresses its visitors with historical buildings in the old town centre, having been declared "World Heritage" by UNESCO in 2000.
Enjoy the different faces of the town when walking through the old town, marked by shops, restaurants and coffee shops.
Due to the realization of the "Kremser Kunstmeile" (art mile), Krems has set yet another sign of its cultural importance. An extensive sports offer combined with numerous large events (the annual Wachau-marathon, including more than 10.000 participants), adds to the existing range of possibilities.

Krems will attract you also in the winter!

The opening of the winter season is marked by the wine baptisms which take place around Martini (November).

Christmas atmosphere in the historical pedestrian zone as well as the traditional "Kiwanis Christkindlmarkt" (X-Mas market) in the Dominican monastery already make you feel the quiet and peaceful time of the year. The snow-covered booths in the old town with crafts, mulled wine and fresh biscuits complete the X-Mas offer.

Welcome to Krems at the Danube

The town experience in the "città del vino"!
Krems at the river Danube is worth a visit during any season! Dive into the region at the Nibelungen stream: The Wachau valley - world cultural heritage of the UNESCO!

There are not many cities in Austria which can offer such a great variety in cultural, historical or culinary offers as the attractive "double town" of Krems-Stein. Located in the eastern-most part of the Wachau valley, the town - more than 1000 years old - impresses its visitors with historical buildings in the old town centre, having been declared "World Heritage" by UNESCO in 2000.
Enjoy the different faces of the town when walking through the old town, marked by shops, restaurants and coffee shops.
Due to the realization of the "Kremser Kunstmeile" (art mile), Krems has set yet another sign of its cultural importance. An extensive sports offer combined with numerous large events (the annual Wachau-marathon, including more than 10.000 participants), adds to the existing range of possibilities.

There is always something going on in Krems!

During every season, Krems has its special flair. Krems offers its guests a special experience: from apricot to wine autumn over the Danube festival, Wachau marathon, cellar lane festivals and more.
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Climate & Weather

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    01.10.2014
    13 / 18 °C
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    12 / 19 °C
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    9 / 18 °C
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    8 / 17 °C
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    05.10.2014
    8 / 18 °C
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Arrival & Address

From Vienna via the A22 and the B3 to Krems
From the A1 west highway from St.Pölten via the S33 to Krems
From A1 west highway until Melk and then on the B3 to Krems
(through the Wachau)
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From Vienna (Franz-Josef-railway station) to Krems: travel time: about 1 hour
From St. Pölten (west train) to Krems: travel time: about 30-45 min.
Train information railway station Krems: ++
General train information Vienna:
regional buss connections

Vienna International Airport (75 km)
Linz/Hörsching Airport (120 km)

Airport Krems-Langenlois
(742 m asphalt-runway, for planes up to 5t permitted)
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Any questions? Please call us!
+43 512 5351 553

Daily from 8 am - 9 pm
Company
KREMS TOURISMUS GmbH
Utzstr. 1
3500 Krems an der Donau, Austria
Krems at the Danube - Krems Lower Austria
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