Austria is worth a visit. Austria has many admirable places that you should not forget. These include Schonbrunn Palace, Old Town, Salzburg, Graz.
The medieval town, which grew up on Schlossberg, with a typical clock tower completes the complete picture of this medieval town. You can visit the world-famous Zeughaus armory or stroll through the streets of the city, which will breathe the atmosphere of a long past.
Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut
The Salzkammergut is located at the foot of the Dachstein. This cultural landscape with places like Hallstatt, Gosau, Obertraun and Bad Goisern will delight you. The mining of salt dates back to the Middle Bronze Age, when it became the basis of the prosperity of its inhabitants. Also discover this charming architecture with its characteristic wooden ornaments and let a piece of history breathe on you.
Neusiedler See (Lake Neusiedl)
Lake Neusiedl is the largest lake in Central Europe. The wastelands and reed zones meet here, vineyards spread in the surroundings. The Austrian-Hungarian border region stretches from a lowland across a lake with giant reeds to small settlements, beautiful vineyards and vast pastures where grazing cattle and white donkeys graze. You will find archaeological monuments, limestone quarries, ancient shrines, typical oblong farms and chateaux, which witness the impressive history of the local settlement. Lake Neusiedl has always been a place where many cultures met.
Old Town of Vienna
The Old Town of Vienna is also worth a visit. It is one of the most picturesque monuments of Europe. Don’t forget for a bargain price. You can visit the baroque church. Stephen’s Cathedral, Hofburg, the State Opera or the Museum of Art History. Don’t forget to eat delicious food, delicious coffee and countless picturesque cafes.