The market town of Pischelsdorf is located at the foot of the East Styrian panoramic mountain Kulm. On its southern slopes, wine and all kinds of fruit ripen, including the famous "Kulmland apricot". Inns and Buschenschenken offer the best of regional products, a manufactory produces mustard and vinegar. Pischelsdorf is known for its distinctive church tower, which at 77 meters is the highest in eastern Styria. It can be climbed on guided tours.
The Kulm is an ancient settlement area, Celtic finds bear witness to this time. An entire village has been reconstructed at the "Ackerwirt". The history of the market is also documented in the "Färberturm" (dyer's tower) at the market town office in numerous collector's items. Inns, private rooms, vacation apartments and "vacation at the organic health farm" offer a variety of accommodation options. Especially in the Rohrbach district, guests will find quiet hostels for their vacations, and a riding stable specializes in Haflingers. The good traffic situation makes the market Pischelsdorf a regional center for trade and commerce, the "Oststeirerhalle" offers the infrastructure for festivals and regional fairs.