Lower Austria
Tulln an der Donau
Tulln an der Donau The Essential
Tulln grew up on the strategic Danube site of a former Roman camp and has remained an important commercial centre. Between 1042 and 1113, the town was home to the Babenberg dynasty. The museums housed in the Minoritenkloster reflect this brilliant past, as do various buildings, such as the Three Kings funerary chapel, one of the finest in Austria. Tulln also offers a museum devoted to its most famous son: the painter Egon Schiele.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Tulln an der Donau
Minoritenkloster
Minoritenkloster
Since its renovation, this former
Tulln Ossuary
Tulln Ossuary
Level with the parish church chevet
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Egon-Schiele-Museum
Egon-Schiele-Museum
The former district prison houses an
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Parish Church
Parish Church
This former 12C Romanesque basilica,
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Salzturm
Salzturm
On Donaulände, by the Nibelungengasse,
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Minoritenkirche
Minoritenkirche
The Baroque Church of the Minorite
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