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    • Austria's federal provinces

      From sunny beaches on crystal-clear lakes to ice-capped and precipitous peaks, from romantic vineyards to luxuriant forests, from lush pasturelands to isolated marshlands: Austria's federal provinces offer sceneries of rare beauty! The landscapes, old towns and cities are a reflection of the history and culture that has developed over the centuries.

      A “Jause” on the Lackenalm
    • Lake Constance, Bregenz

      Vorarlberg

      Vorarlberg is the smallest of all the provinces in Austria, but no less fascinating than the others. Expect amazing ski resorts and great alpine villages perfect for a hiking trip, as well as great opportunities to experience local culture.

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    • Zillertal Alps, view of Schwarzstein, Tirol

      Tirol

      Tirol offers the best of two worlds: the urban sophistication of Innsbruck, its capital city, and the spectacular Alpine landscape surrounding it.

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    • Mirabell gardens in Salzburg

      Salzburg

      From ancient salt mines and Medieval castles to Austria’s highest peaks and biggest glaciers.

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    • Linz Harbour

      Upper Austria

      Upper Austria combines small historic towns and impressive limestone formations at the Kalkalpen National Park with technology and modern design in Linz.

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    • Hiking near Ossiacher lake (Villach)

      Carinthia

      A beautiful province with over 200 splendid lakes that speckle a landscape marked by high peaks and gouged valleys.

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    • Thermal Spa at Rogner Bad Blumau

      Styria

      Called the ‘Green Heart’ of Austria with large forests throughout the province and inviting vineyards. Styria has many activities and excursions for visitors such as hiking, skiing, castles, thermal spas, and traditional local festivities.

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    • Liszt House in Raiding/Burgenland

      Burgenland

      In Burgenland you will find great bike routes, fantastic wine, and stunning landscapes. Whether spending time in a spa during the winter months or biking around and swimming in Lake Neusiedl during the summer, this easternmost Austrian province offers great experiences.

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    • Aggstein Fortress Ruins

      Lower Austria

      Lower Austria charms with vineyards nestled along the Danube valley, paired with great music festivals in castles perched it the countryside - it's a perfect getaway for music lovers and oenophiles.

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    • Riesenrad - the Giant Ferris Wheel in Vienna

      Vienna

      Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. It is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.

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