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What to see in Austria – top 10 places must to visit.

Austria’s classical music and winter sports paradise make it a popular tourist destination. 

Austria is famous for the composer Mozart and the great Habsburg dynasty; however, not for these great people are traveling the innumerable travelers. On winter weekends just flooding the country’s highways and roads, creating kilometers of car and bus cavalcade. 

For all of them, Austria is associated with mountains, pleasant cold and the indescribable feeling of skiing pleasure. For most of them, it’s like the Mecca of skiers since more than half of the country’s territory consists of Alpine Mountains

. Beautiful snowy peaks and lots of well-prepared trails is Austrian business card. But there are also some other famous places to visit, so let’s travel…

ยฉ Fortune, 2017

Medieval Burg Hochosterwitz

 Burg Hochosterwitz stands 160-meters over the valley, it is Austriaโ€™s most essential medieval castle.

Hohensalzburg Castle

The majestic castle overlooking the city of Salzburg.

Melk Abbey monastery

Melk Abbey is one of the most famous monasteries in the world. 

Schloss Belvedere

Belvedere Museum is an Art gallery and World Heritage Site.

Admont Abbey Library

The library was built in the 18th century and is the largest monastic library in the world. 

Hohenwerfen Castle

It is a medieval rock castle, situated on a 623 meters rock. The landscape views come second to the incredible castle itself. The castle will help you truly get to know medieval life.

Schonbrunn Palace

This palace is compared with Versailles, it has 1,441 rooms and was built between 1696 and 1712 at the request of Emperor Leopold I, then it turned into the imperial summer palace by Maria Theresa. 

Hofburg Imperial Palace

Palace is a complex that served as the official royal residence of the Habsburgs until the First World War. 


Schafberg, 1,783 m, is a mountain in the Austrian state of Salzburg. The peak of the Schafberg is really striking. There is going railway.

Eisriesenwelt Cave

The Eisriesenwelt is a natural limestone and ice cave located in Werfen, the largest ice cave in the world, is thought to be the entrance to hell according to Austrian legend.


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