The graceful ups and downs of meadows, fields and vineyards delight the observer in the Weinviertel. Again and again cellar lanes, friendly rows of houses without chimneys appear. Where wine has a good home, the attitude to life is lively. There are many things to see and explore.In Retz, the first stop in the Weinviertel coming from the west, the largest historic wine cellar in Austria astonishes under the city. From the main square with its magnificent Renaissance buildings it is only a short distance to the famous Retz windmill. Picturesquely it goes on: Through the Pulkautal, known for its beautiful cellar alleys. After a round through South Moravia you reach Laa an der Thaya. If you feel tired muscles, stop at the Therme Laa.Through cellar lanes, past cellar lanes, hills up and down you cycle on, crossing the border to the Czech Republic, while the landscape slowly changes. In Hohenau, at the border triangle Czech Republic-Slovakia-Austria, March-Thaya-Auen, one of the most interesting wetlands of Central Europe, begin.