Hotels in Burgenland

Burgenland Details

Burgenland, Austria, is a small province in the east. According to some travelers who stay in Burgenland hotels, this is the least Austrian region. The language spoken is mainly German. Leaving hotels in Burgenland, you see a country in which the composer Joseph Haydn spent some 30 years. Check with to see if you can spend a weekend. Burgenland notes he lived in Eisenstadt. Perhaps you can locate Burgenland cheap hotels to ensure you can spend the extra time wandering through the countryside. Visit, from discount hotels, Burgenland, including its reed-edged lake. Neusiedler See is Austria’s biggest inland lake. Around this See, you will find several small wine growing villages. They rise along the steppes giving the country a Hungarian, rather than an Austrian feel. (Originally, Burgenland was part of Hungary. It remained so until after World War I.) For a glimpse of a more ancient past, go to the Schoss Esterházy, constructed as a medieval fortress. Later, redesigned, it now features combination of Baroque and Neo-classical elements of architecture.