This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Drosendorf an der Thaya.
The small town Drosendorf an der Thaya, Austria, is located in Lower Austria, just three kilometers from the Czech border. Around one thousand two hundred people live in Drosendorf an der Thaya, which literally translates to Drosendorf by the Thaya, a river that flows through the Czech Republic, Germany, and Austria. The town was mentioned first in documents in the twelfth century. The town has a couple of sights such as the town wall and Castle Drosendorf.
In summer, the usual maximum temperature during the day is around twenty-four degrees Celsius. During the winter months, from December to February, you can expect maximum temperatures between two and three degrees Celsius. Snowfall is possible.
The tourism in Drosendorf an der Thaya is not very developed. There are guesthouses in town, but in general the number of accommodations is rather limited. You can also find a small Drosendorf an der Thaya, Austria hostel. A public pool is located right next to your Drosendorf an der Thaya, Austria hostel, although it is not included. Your hostel in Drosendorf an der Thaya, Austria, looks rather down-to-earth without many special features in the building. Nevertheless, there is a common room and free Wi-Fi. A tennis court and a beach volleyball court are next to the accommodation. Your Drosendorf an der Thaya, Austria hostel focuses on school classes, sport teams, and families. Do not expect a party place.
History and architecture lovers have to visit the lovely town wall surrounding the centre. It is the only town in Austria, which is surrounded by a completely preserved wall. There is a path along the river called “Sommerfrische,” which literally translates to summer retreat. It is an excellent option to go for a walk and to relax, especially in summer. There are facilities such as a pavilion and game stations for children provided. The unspoilt nature is the biggest advantage of the region. It is perfect to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
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