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Mostland Hausruck

The Mostland-Hausruck region lies on the edge of the central Upper Austrian area. In addition to the seven Vitalwelt parishes, the region also has 18 further parishes.

The Mostland-Hausruck lies in the heart of Upper Austria, nestled between the Eferdinger Becken in the east and the foothills of the Hausruck forest in the west.

Be enchanted by the tree blossoms in spring, discover the hilly landscape with meadows full of fruit trees and fertile fields on a long cycle tour, or enjoy hearty regional delicacies in the numerous places to enjoy a glass of cider and guest houses.

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Region of indulgence:
Hausruck pear & apple cider

Cider has a long history in the Hausruck district and the choice is now larger than ever. The fruit most commonly used in cider is the "Speckbirne", which creates the harmonious taste in the typical "pear & apple cider".

The cider used to be stored in large cider cellars which have been rediscovered over the past few years. Restored and newly designed they now form particularly homely attractions in rural farms. In addition to the many houses that still produce the "pear & apple cider" using traditional methods, some businesses have become specialised and now also offer a trendy new form of cider. Cider is raised to a new level when the cider sommelier tastes different types with his guests.

Mostland market
in Grieskirchen

Are you looking for a small souvenir or do you want to treat yourself to some culinary delights? Then the Mostland markt in Grieskirchen is just the right place for you! Here you will find regional delicacies and treats. Among the specialities you will find from the Hausruck pear & apple cider region are: award-winning ciders, juices and schnapps; biscuits and chocolate; pesto and home-made pasta.


Mostland market in Grieskirchen

Roßmarkt 25
4710 Grieskirchen

Opening times:
Thursdays and Fridays: 8:00 to 12.00 am and 2:00 to 6:00 pm;
Saturdays: 8:00 to 12:00 am