Spot the stork’s nest on the chimney
There was a stork information tile board which looked liked it had been hand written and painted.
Stork information tiles in Rust
The buildings along the main street were very colourful.
Gift shop in Rust
Impressive doorway in Rust
Patio in Rust
Church in Rust
The pedestrianised town square is very pretty. You can find public toilets at the top end of the square.
Town square Rust
There’s a fair selection of cafes and restaurants in the town, most with outdoor seating.
Cafe in Rust
Next I drove down to the shores of Lake Neusiedl, about a mile from the centre of town, where I was able to parkÂ free of charge for one hour. I decided to go into the Katamaran Restaurant/Cafe for a coffee with a lake view.
Katamaran Restaurant/Cafe by Lake Nuesiedl in Rust
But I couldn’t resist a piece of their cake, it was so hard to decide which cake to select. I plumped forÂ the chocolate and banana creation.
Yummy banana & chocolate cake at Katamaran Restaurants Rust
If you are in Burgenland, make sure that the picturesque town of Rust is on your itinerary.
My trip was hosted by the Austrian National Tourist Office UK.