After the day of the Cargo Ride, I left Vienna to spend the sunny weekend in nature. My destination was Klosterneuburg, a small town with a beautiful old monastery, which is also Austria’s oldest winery. The local campsite is situated between the city and the danube floodplains, so I had a good location and also from the tent the perfect view into the green.
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After my sightseeing tour in Dresden, I was about to jump into the next big European city: Prague. Originally, I wanted to cross the German-Czech border by bike. But I didn’t know if this would be possible in Corona times. Therefore, I decided to take the train. Loading the bike with luggage was unfortunately not as easy as before in the regional trains. But on the trip, I was compensated with well functioning free Wi-Fi and a breathtaking view.