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Cathedral Eferding: (Stadtpfarrkirche Eferding) late gothic, built in 1451-1505, because of its size it is also called 'Dom of Eferding'
Main place: the main place is an old big place with gothic and baroque houses, at the north side of the main place these is the castle
Castle Starhemberg: (Schloss Starhemberg) built in the 13th century. It is home to two museums: the Fürstlich Starhembergische Familienmuseum (History of the Starhembergs) and the Museum of the city of Eferding. The museum displays the table of the Viennese apartment of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart where he composed the opera The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte). A "Christmas Market" is celebrated every winter in the castle courtyard. The descendants of the Starhemberg family continue to reside in the castle. The castle is located between the north side of the main place, the cathedral at the graben of the former city wall.
Danube cycle way: In Austria the Danube cycle path goes from Passau - Aschach - Eferding - Linz - Vienna to the border to Hungary. Eferding is twenty kilometers before Linz, and it is two kilometers away from the Danube and the Danube cycle path.
Shipping pier: there is a Danube shipping pier in the small village of 'Brandstatt', 2 km away from the town of Eferding