A trip to the wine taverns provides the perfect setting to round off a visit to Perchtoldsdorf. Varieties of vine such as Welschriesling, Weissburgunder, Neuburger, Grüner Veltliner, Blauer Portugieser and Zweigelt are grown in the area do to favorable climate conditions. Green sprigs of fir mark the cosy heurigen which serve these wines along with a sumptuous buffet.
The 60 meter high free-standing peel-tower has been the landmark of the market town for almost half a millennium. Finished in 1521, the late-Gothic building displays beautiful tracery windows and a steep hipped roof, along with beautiful views of the views across the Vienna Basin and into the Vienna Woods (if you happen to wonder to the top).
One of the first things you see when entering Perchtoldsdorf is The Parish Church (which was consecrated in 1270 in the Romanesque style).