Emmersdorf an der Donau is in the Wachau.
Emmersdorf is a historic market town, and lies on the northern bank of the Danube River across from the city of Melk.
phone: +43 2752 700 10Staff can advise on outings and help reserve accommodations.
By trainA regional train passes through connecting Emmersdorf with Spitz (three times daily) and Krems (four times daily). Use ÖBB's SCOTTY to look up train information online.
By boatFrom mid-April through October Emmersdorf can be reached by river boats which ply the route between Melk and Krems/Stein, also making stops in Spitz and Dürnstein.
phone: +43 1 588 80address: DonaustrasseOperates several times daily; timetables and fares (listed at the bottom of the page) can be found here. Tickets can be purchased at any of the docking points, in Vienna, or online. Bicycles (€2) and dogs (free) permitted on board.
phone: +43 7433 2590 21address: DonaustrasseOperates twice daily, also making a stop in Weißenkirchen. Timetables and fares can bee seen here. Tickets can be purchased online. Bicycles (€2) and dogs (free, muzzle and leash required) permitted on board.
phone: +43 2742 22 99 01 (hotline)After registration (online or by mobile), pick up a bicycle at any Nextbike location, and drop it off at the same or any other Nextbike spot. A map of pickup and drop-off points can be found here (click 'Wachau' for Emmersdorf); a brochure for the Wachau region is available for download.
phone: +43 2752 717 64address: Emmersdorf 31The 16th-century residential building houses a small private collection which has more than 2000 hand tools dating from the 17th to 19th centuries. Curiosities include 17th-century wooden ice skates, torture instruments, and a 200-year old noodle press. On the outside of the house are marked the highwater marks from historic Danube floods, the most devastating dating from 1787 and August 2002.
Burgkircherl GossamBuilt around 1100 as part of a fortification, the church was expanded multiple times until the 15th century. Today the castle is in ruins, but the chapel is open daily and open to visitors.
phone: +43 2752 71 777 60address: Luberegg 20Located in a former 18th-century castle, the Heuriger serves both cold and hot regional specialties as well as a good selection of local wines. Guests can dine in a lovely garden with impressive views of Melk on the other side of the river.
phone: +43 2752 717 07address: Emmersdorf 22Open May-September.
phone: +43 2752 717 770address: Emmersdorf 40The family-run hotel has nonsmoking rooms and an onsite restaurant. Free Wi-Fi, pets permitted on request, free public parking available.
phone: +43 2752 712 49address: Marktplatz 7Located in a building dating from the 16th century, the hotel has been owned by the same family since 1908, and operated as a hotel since 1980. It also has a highly-regarded onsite restaurant. Has an indoor pool and jacuzzi, non-smoking rooms. Free Wi-fi, pets permitted by request, free private parking.
phone: +43 660 259 1242address: Hofamt 14Holiday apartments and an established restaurant are located in this former castle. Facilities include an outdoor pool, garden, and free Wi-Fi. Pets permitted on request, free parking.