My mom always used to say, “Alfred, aim a good relationship with your neighbors - you cannot chose them!”
I feel safe, since the nearby police keeps an eye on me and my guests. At the VAZ St. Pölten you can enjoy stunning events, at the NXP Bowling you can role a quiet bowl after another, enjoy delicious Italian specialties at the Pizzeria Maradonna, shop at the Billa Plus incl. tobacconist, satisfy ones desire for shopping at Intersport Eybl and at the new shopping center - and if it is still not enough, you can simply go to the stunning baroque city center. The simplest way to go there is by bus, stopping directly in front of the entrance.
And if your feet feel like dancing a la John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever, go to the Club La Boom (Thursday is Ladies Night!).
St. Pölten is not only Lower Austria's largest but also most diversified city. No matter if culture, cuisine, shopping, sports, nature, sightseeing - the offer is immense! Convince yourself at www.stpoeltentourismus.at
My hometown St. Pölten is an ideal hub for exploring the grandiose area. Experience after 25min drive the world heritage Wachau, pay a visit to Austria's most famous pilgrimage church, Mariazell by going with the astonishing Himmelstreppe starting in St. Pölten (Mariazellerbahn's new trains are called “Himmelstreppe” = “Stairway to heaven“) or experience Austria's most impressive Barockstif Melk (baroque convent)! Head to our lovely Pielachtal with the famous cornelian cherry, which we call “Dirndl” or experience the foothills of the alps and its stunning panorama. And if you desire city atmosphere, voilà: it takes only 27min to go to Vienna by train...