Wolfsthal is a small village embedded between the wooded hills of the Köngiswarte, the Schafberg hill and the Danube river, surrounded by fields and vineyards. Originally, the village had been a typical street village - the last settlement before the Iron Curtain.
Today, Wolfsthal is an aspiring village, growing in inhabitants due to further settlement. We can proud ourselves on a good mixture of agriculture, trade and industry. Culture and tradition are also well tended in Wolfsthal.
Since 1955, the former Pressburg-train ends in Wolfsthal - speed trains on this railway track have enabled our village to become a starting point for many different kinds of activities. ...
... Romantic hiking paths will lead you through magnificent woods up to the "Königswarte" (vantage point), from where you can look down onto the Hungarian lowlands and down to the "Porta Hungarica". Or you go and discover the surroundings by bike.
Cosy Heurigen wine taverns as well as the café-restaurant "tie-break" will take care of your culinary needs and are especially apt for families with children.