Leibnitz is a district in the state of Styria, in Austria; the capital of the district is the town of Leibnitz. Much of the district is hilly countryside, especially surrounding the capital, and tourism in Leibnitz is promoted by the many bicycle paths that cross the area. Indeed, it has been called by some the “Styrian Tuscany”. Besides opportunities for bicycling and nature walking, things to do in Leibnitz include visiting the numerous establishments dedicated to producing local wine; tourists love to stop into these establishments to take a break from their bike tours. Leibnitz attractions that don’t involve wining and biking, though, also exist; tourists enjoy visiting Leibnitz for its vicinity to the archeological park of Flavia Solva, a Roman settlement founded around 15 AD.
Seggau Castle is another of the Leibnitz sights, originally constructed in the 12th century by the Archbishop of Salzburg; today, the castle hosts a Congress and Convention center, while still remaining tied to the church as a structure for religious education. Other Leibnitz attractions include the Frauenberg hilltop temple and the Leibnitz abbey. So during your weekend in Leibnitz you can bike, taste wine, do some archaeological sightseeing or Leibnitz shopping; there truly is something for everyone.
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