Rust is a small untouched medieval town in Austria.
It's famous as the town of the storks and noble wines. The picturesque ensemble of cultivated town houses from the 16th to the 19th century is surrounded on one side by the Rust hill country vineyards and by Lake Neusiedl (Lake Fertő) on the other. The decoration on the brightly colored Baroque and Renaissance facades give the town its unmistakable character,
Rust located at the Neusiedler sea (Lake Fertő), near the Hungarian border on the western side of the lake.