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Carinthia & East Tyrol

High mountain peaks that descend right down to expansive lakes make these southernmost regions of Austria a paradise for visitors. Excellent on-shore facilities attract water sports enthusiasts, while the mountain…

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Lower Austria & Burgenland

The Wachau, a narrow stretch of the Danube valley, forms the heart of Lower Austria, famous for its fertile plains, its vineyards, and picturesque villages. Formidable fortresses, castles, and fortified…

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Salzburger Land

Most of the province lies in the Salzach river basin, at a relatively high altitude, offering excellent conditions for both winter sports and summer mountain walks. Austria’s most scenic mountain…

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Styria

Styria, or Steiermark, is rich in attractions and its capital, Graz, is Austria’s second-largest city. The west of the province offers excellent winter sports facilities; in the north lie the…

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Tyrol & Vorarlberg

Both provinces, in the far west of Austria, are predominantly winter sports regions, although they also offer excellent facilities for summer activities. Among the popular and famous tourist centers of…

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Upper Austria

Upper Austria is an exceptionally diverse province, with something to interest everyone. Linz, the capital city, has both the oldest church in Austria and a state-of-the-art virtual technology museum. On…

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Vienna

One of the great European capitals, Vienna was for centuries the stomping ground for the Habsburg rulers of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The empire is long gone, but reminders have been…

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AUSTRIA

A "blast from the past" is how one recent visitor described her journey through Austria. It remains, she explained, a place where children laugh at marionette shows in the parks,…

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BELGIUM & LUXEMBOURG

Brussels is not only the capital of Belgium but also of Europe, as the center of government for the European Union. The city lies in the center of the country…

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Brussels & Waterloo

With more than one million inhabitants, the Brussels-Capital Region is made up of nineteen districts. The actual city of Brussels is much smaller and divided into two main areas. Historically…

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