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The place where I invite you is the hill called Hohe Wand, exactly for the second highest point of it: Bromberg.(1078m)
The highest point is Plackles (1135m) which is south from Bromberg.
Interesting to see:
- On the top of Bromberg there is a lookout build wood and from here you can see a beautifull view if the weather is clear.
- Beside the paths around you can find very good playgrounds for the children.
- There are some opportunities for sport: paragliding and mountaineering.
- Another lookout.
- And the most important! You have to go to the wildlife where you can give food for the very cute animals. Don't forget to take some 1 Euro coins with you. The food-add machine accept only the coin 1 Euro. And put the bucket under the pipe. Not like I did :-)
For the entrance to the natural park you have to pay 1,45 Euro (for children it is free) but on the weekends the charge for the road contains the park entrance.
And another thank for Freddy:
It is 50 m from the lookout in stock of a tree. Try to find it and put it back without striking. If you go ahead on this path you can see the other animals.
From Wiener Neustadt go on the road 26 to the direction Weikersdorf. There turn right than left to the direction Winzendorf-Maiersdorf. At Maiersdorf turn right and than just after the village turn left up to the hill. There is a charge for using this road on the weekends. It is free on weekdays.
Motorbike: 0,58 Euro
Car: 1,45 Euro
Bus: 4,87 Euro
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum