Surrounded by the large wetland habitats of the Morava and Danube river floodplains, Lassee is situated in one of the driest tracts of land in Austria. Its sandy soils and Pannonian climate create an ideal refuge for rare flora and fauna, including bee-eaters (a type of bird) or the pasqueflower, a threatened and strictly protected plant species.

Cyclists and committed walkers and hikers can explore mysterious preserve areas such as “Erdpresshöhe” or “Uhuhütte” along the area’s nature trails. The 33-kilometre trail includes exciting and informative interactive stations as well as a quiz rally designed to help familiarise visitors with the nature and landscape of the Marchfeld plain.

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