Grein is a Danube River cruise port in Austria. The small town has a population around 2,500 and covers a total area of 19 km2 (7 ml2). Grein is located in a small bay at Strudengau's entrance, a narrow 25 km (16 ml) valley along Danube.
Among Grein's landmarks and attractions are:
- Greinburg Castle (built in the 14th century, now privately owned /open for visitors)
- Schloss Greinburg Palace (famous with its "Stone Theatre")
- Stadttheater Grein (Austria's oldest theatre, preserved in its origial form)
- Old Town Hall (former granary)
- Oberosterreichisches Schifffahrtsmuseum (maritime museum)
- Pfarrkirche Sankt Agidius (Gothic church)
- Grein Summer Festival and Danube Festival Weeks in Strudengau are part of a programme of cultural attractions that is held in the historical Old Town.
- Upper Austrian Shipping Museum (a comprehensive history of shipping on Danube River)
- Two well-known coffee shops are the best places to relax - Blumenstrauss (Biedermeier period cafe) and Schörgi (opposite to the Danube station / river cruise ship docking pier).
The Grein cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near Grein, Austria.
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