Top 10 best places to Visit in Austria
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Austria is a nation that is too referred to for its beautiful excellence as it is for its social exercises. Arranged in the Alps, it is an extremely well-known place with skiers and climbers, however, it is additionally a nation that gave the world an essential melodic legacy, extending from the established author Mozart to the Strauss waltzes and the Von Trapp family whose story was told in The Sound of Music. An outline of the top best places to visit in Austria.
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Lower Austria Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places To Visit
Planning to visit Lower Austria? Check out our Lower Austria Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Lower Austria.
Top Places to visit in Lower Austria (Austria):
Wachau Valley, Stift Melk, Römerstadt Carnuntum, Kurpark Baden, Schlosspark Laxenburg, Burgruine Aggstein, Burgruine Duernstein, Doblhoff Park, Schloss Hof, Stift Klosterneuburg, Benediktinerstift Goettweig, Stift Durnstein, Heiligenkreuz Abbey, Myrafaelle, Karikaturmuseum Krems
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Vienna Top 10 Attractions - Austria Travel Guide
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Number 10: Hofburg. Vienna is a city of grand palaces. Among the most lavish is Hofburg. The Habsburg's empire was ruled from here for seven centuries.
Number 9: Hundertwasserhaus - designed to show unpredictability, a unique residential building with crooked floors, varied colors curved walls, and a forest on the roof.
Number 8: Vienna Opera House. Few opera houses are as spectacular as this one. In this world class venue, be sure to catch a concert performance.
Number 7: Secession Building. This striking building was constructed in the late 19th century. Today it houses contemporary artworks that changes periodically.
Number 6: Food. Indulge in local Austrian food. Chocolate cake here is world famous. Another popular option is the apple pie.
Number 5: Vienna City Hall. This splendid gothic style structure houses the local city government. More than 2,000 fortunate people work in the City Hall.
Number 4: Museum of Art History. One of the greatest museum buildings in the world, this 19th century landmark displays the art collection from the Habsburg Empire.
Number 3: Belvedere. Like other grand palaces of Vienna, this is a magnificent palace complex. Set against beautiful landscaping, its inside has great artwork.
Number 2: St. Stephen's Cathedral, one of the most important icons of Vienna. This cathedral has been a witness to many important events in Austria's history.
Number 1: Schönbrunn, a UNESCO world heritage site. This imposing palace complex should be a must see for every visitor coming to the wonderful city of Vienna.
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Visit Austria: What You Should Know Before You Visit Austria
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Heading to Austria and not sure what to expect? Here we go through what tourists and travelers should know about Austria before they go. Whether visiting Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Graz or any part of Austria these tips will help.
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Austria vs America: What Tourists Should Know Before They Visit Austria
TRIP TO AUSTRIA !!!
Join me for a trip to Austria! Located in Central Europe, Austria is a federal republic and a landlocked country of over 8.7 million people. Its terrain is very mountainous as it lies within the Alps. The majority of the population speaks German.
Our first stop was in Vienna. Vienna is the capital and largest city of Austria and is its cultural, economic, and political centre. While in Vienna, we visited The Belvedere, a historic building complex that consists of two Baroque palaces (the Upper and Lower Belvedere), the Orangery, and the Palace Stables. It houses the Belvedere museum. The grounds are set on a gentle gradient and include decorative tiered fountains and cascades, Baroque sculptures, and majestic wrought iron gates. The Belvedere museum houses the greatest collection of Austrian art dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, complemented by the works of international artists.
Our next stop was at the Schönbrunn Palace, a former imperial summer residence of the Habsburg monarchs and is located in Vienna. The 1,441-room Baroque palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in the country. It was built roughly 300 years ago.
We then drove to the city of Salzburg, known for its salt mines. Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria. The “Old Town” is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. It was the birthplace of 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In the mid‑20th century, the city was the setting for the musical film The Sound of Music. We also visited the old Hallein Salt Mine, an underground salt mine that has been worked for over 7000 years. We toured the mine and rode down on wood shafts just like the miners did centuries ago.
We then visited Mirabell Palace, a historical building in the city of Salzburg. The palace with its gardens is a listed cultural heritage monument. We were able to enjoy a Vivaldi and Mozart concert in The Marble Hall of the Palace. In its glory days, the Mozart family performed here for Salzburg´s royalty.
The highest point in Austria is The Grossglockner mountain, which stands 3798 metres high and is the highest mountain in the Alps east of the Brenner Pass. We enjoyed a scenic car ride on the High Alpine Road. It’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country and receives 270 000 vehicles every year.
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The Wachau is an Austrian valley with a picturesque landscape formed by the Danube river.
It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations of Lower Austria, located midway between the towns of Melk and Krems
that also attracts connoisseurs and epicureans for its high-quality wines.
It is 40 kilometres in length and was already settled in prehistoric times.
A well-known place and tourist attraction is Dürnstein, where King Richard the Lion-Heart of England was held captive by Duke Leopold V.
The architectural elegance of its ancient monasteries, castles and ruins combined with the urban architecture of its towns and villages, and the cultivation of vines as an important agricultural produce are the dominant features of the valley.
The Wachau was inscribed as Wachau Cultural Landscape in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites in recognition of its architectural and agricultural history, in December 2000.
In the Wachau, the town of Spitz lies on the Danube's western bank and the city of Melk on its eastern bank.
Other important towns in the valley are Dürnstein, Weißenkirchen in der Wachau and Emmersdorf an der Donau,
which have a galaxy of old homestead buildings dating from the mid-6th century.
The railway line built in 1909 between Krems and Emmersdorf is a topographical marvel.
The Danube River has a good network consisting of an inland navigation system.
The Wachau valley historic sights can be visited by steamer boats; the best season to visit is between May and September.
Autobahn services are also available from Vienna to visit all the important places in the Wachau.
The well-developed road network between Melk and Krems follows the contour of the valley.
However, there are no bridges across the Danube River in this region, and ferries are the only way to cross the river.
The origin of the wine growing tradition in Austria, and in particular in the Wachau valley, and its popularity beyond its borders, is attributed to medieval period of the Roman settlements.
The Vinea Wachau Nobilis Districts date to Leuthold I von Kuenring (1243–1313).
Wine production peaked under the Carolingians.
Krems has a long history as the hub of the Wachau wine trade, while the town of Dürnstein is also known for being one of the Wachau wine centres.
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a Trip to Lower Austria - Hohe Wand
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Mariazell & St. Pölten - in beautiful AUSTRIA
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Of the myriad of day trip possibilities (or overnight) from Vienna, one of the best is to head into the picturesque Alps and visit the charming mountain shrine town and ski resort of Mariazell. Mariazell is splendidly situated in the eastern Alps of Austria, right across the border of Lower Austria in the province of Steirmark (Styria). It is Central Europe's most revered religious destination for its famous shrine and basilica. Yet it also is a top-notch ski resort in winter. Of course Alpine hiking and biking can be undertaken through much of the year. And there is always local beer and other specialties.
To get there, one travels to the lovely capital city of Lower Austria - St. Pölten - on a choice of trains from Vienna's Westbahnhof. In St. Pölten, one changes to the classic narrow gauge mountain railway called the Mariazellerbahn. This is still a working train route, operating several times daily, every day of the year. The trains are very old and proceed slowly but they carry you through some gorgeous valley and mountain scenery. It is not a tourist train; it's a real train operated by Austrian National Railways.
And if you have time, why not make a stop in St. Pölten. Its maze of pedestrian streets and plazas in the old town, complemented by some striking modern architecture in the government quarter make for a pleasant stroll.
So sit back and breathe in the mountain air while you travel to Mariazell, listening to Josef Haydn's Emperor Quartet. This music by Haydn is a set of variations based on the Imperial Austrian Anthem that he had earlier composed to rally the peoples of the Austrian Empire and to honor the Habsburgs in their heroic battles against the forces of Napoleon. Peace!
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Things To Do In Kaprun Austria, this video breaks down the best things to do in Kaprun in Summer and Winter.
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The top 10 things to do in Kaprun which is a small town in Austria is broken down in this video. We provide you with the things to do in Kaprun Zell am see and things to do in Kaprun in winter.
The top things to do in Kaprun Austria in summer are different than the winter because you can explore more and see the ground beneath the snow.
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