Burgenland is known to be “the sunny side of Austria”. With more than 300 days of sunshine per year, Burgenland is famous for its vines and Pannonian food specialities making the state a paradise of gourmet food and vine. In addition, Lake Neusiedl is also a well-known site.
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Lake Neusiedler is the second largest Endorheic lake in Central Europe, straddling the Austrian–Hungarian border. The Lake Neusiedl cultural landscape was declared a UNESCO world heritage site on 13 December 2001. It is not just geological and geomorphologic features that make the area so exceptional. The landscape provides a natural habitat for a unique diversity of Pannonian, Alpine and Mediterranean flora and fauna. In addition, it offers a wide range of activities such as sport, culture, nature, wine or fine food – the area of Lake Neusiedl has all the right ingredients for a perfect holiday.