Monday, February 25, 2019

Tourism in Austria

Republic of Austria
Austria, with its capital Vienna, is a landlocked federal republic located in Central Europe with a population of about 847,000 people. The Czech Republic and Germany are bordered on the northern border by Hungary and Slovakia, Slovenia and Italy to the east, Liechtenstein and Switzerland to the west, Austria is one of the richest countries in the world because of its economic prosperity. Austria has seven states: Vienna, Lower Austria and Upper Austria. The euro is the currency of Austria and is a member of the European Union and the United Nations. In this article we will talk about tourism in Austria.

Topography and climate of Austria
Austria enjoys a very cold climate, with snow in winter and moderate or rainy in the summer, and has a great diversity of terrain from mountains covering most of its territory and the plains of Vedia, And other scenic areas of the mountains of the so-called Alpine series with high peaks covered by snow, and there are many lakes, and through which the Danube, which is the longest river in it.

Tourism in Austria
Tourism has the third national income in the country, and domestic and foreign tourism are of great importance to the country's economy. Austria has many aesthetic views such as mountain peaks, snow forests, green forests and other places such as palaces and museums.

Mountains: including the Alps and the road in it.

Museums: including the history of art located in Vienna.

Palaces: including the famous Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna and the Hofburg Palace, the seat of the Habsburg Empire.

Opera House: One of the most important opera houses in the world, designed to showcase the world's most important works.

Amusement parks and parks: including the old city center, which contains many parks, beautiful parks, restaurants, museums, galleries and others. The ancient city center of Innsbruck, the zoo of Chopron, one of the oldest parks in the world, and Vienna Prater A large garden dedicated to the theme park, as well as many restaurants and cafés.

Equestrian Schools: Equestrian venues where equestrian shows and skills are shared with horses and others.

Ancient neighborhoods: beautiful and antique buildings with interesting murals and great graphics

Monastery Melk: It is one of the most famous monasteries in the world, located on the top of the slope overlooking the magnificent Danube waters.

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