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Best Places to Visit in Austria

By PaulMarina.com

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Vienna is the capital of Austria and an important cultural hub in Europe.

The city is known for its castles, museums, and great artists of the past.

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Vienna Woods and Wachau

This is a place for you if you want a laid-back atmosphere with plenty of nature. You will find forests and vineyards there.

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Großglockner & Hohe Tauern National Park

The Großglockner (ß is spelled ss) is the tallest mountain in Austria with 12,461 feet or 3,798 meters and it's located in the national park.

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Zell am See is a smaller city in the Salzburg area,

located next to Kaprun and near Salzburg city and the Großglocknerstrasse. It is known for the Zeller lake and the surrounding mountains.

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Innsbruck is known for the medieval, typical Tyrolean, architecture.

The inner city center has its greatest treasure, the golden roof (Goldenedachl).

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Rattenberg is Austria’s smallest city.

It’s a medieval walled city with colorful buildings.

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Bad Radkersburg is our insider tip!

The place is a small medieval walled town with beautiful fields surrounding it.

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Salzburg is Mozart’s birthplace

and you have to add this Austrian city to your bucket list. The old town is a pretty walk and you will enjoy getting lost in it.

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The Alpbachtal is a mountain valley located in Tyrol.

Every building that was built in the last 70 years, looks like from over 100 years ago.

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Bad Gastein is known for its water.

The water is widely sold as plain mineral drinking water and flavored water in Austria.

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Bregenz is the capital of Vorarlberg, the region located to the west in Austria.

The city is known for the Bregenzer Festspiele in the summer, which is an arts festival held on a floating stage.

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