Counties in Austria
Campings in Austria
Unterburgau 37, A-4866 Unterach Am Attersee, Salzkammergut
Unterach Am Attersee, Upper Austria
A-5700 Zell am See
Zell Am See, Salzburg area
Vellach 15, A-9620 Hermagor- Pressegger See
, A-9620 Hermagor Pressegger See
Hermagor Presseggersee, Carinthia
Dobein 9, A-9074 Keutschach Am See
Keutschach Am See, Carinthia
Wertschach 27, A-9612 St. Georgen im Gailtal,
St. Georgen, Carinthia
Schwarzenbach 16, A-5360 St. Wolfgang
St. Wolfgang, Upper Austria
Lido 1, A-9141 Eberndorf
Campingweg 316, A-8271 Bad Waltersdorf
Bad Waltersdorf, Styria
Lienz / Amlach, Tyrol
Travel Tips & Guides Austria
Austria (German: Österreich) is a land-locked alpine country in Central Europe bordering with Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west, Germany and Czech Republic to the north, Slovakia and Hungary to the east and Slovenia and Italy to the south. read more...
White wine; white beer; marzipan; Wiener schnitzel; Sacher torte (multilayered chocolate cake with apricot jam); Frittatensuppe (a clear chicken or beef broth with chives and thin crêpes shredded into noodles); and various foods from the area once controlled by the Austrian Empire such as Hungarian goulash and palacsinta (crépes filled with fruit or jam). read more...
Vienna (German: Wien) is the capital and largest city of Austria, and the Historic City Centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. read more...
Vienna has hosted the Habsburg court over centuries, first as the imperial see of the Holy Roman Empire, then the capital of the Austrian Empire and later of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This has had a tremendous impact on the culture that exists there today. read more...
Traces of human settlements have been found in the area, dating to the Neolithic Age; probably it was later a Celt camp. Starting from 15 BCE, the small communities were grouped into a single town, which was named by the Romans as Juvavum. A municipium, from 45 CE it became one of the most important cities in the province of Noricum. Juvavum declined sharply after the collapse of the Norican frontier, such that by the late 7th century it had become a "near ruin". read more...
Salzburg is a city in Austria, with a population of some 148,000 in 2005. If you've seen the movie The Sound of Music, you may think you know all there is to see in Salzburg. Admittedly, it's tough not to burst into song when you're walking along the Salzach River, or climbing up to the Hohensalzburg fortress which looms over the city. But there's a lot more to this compact, courtly city than Julie Andrews and Mozart's birthplace... read more...
The city was founded by the Romans, who called it "Lentie", but there was already a Celtic settlement called "Lentos"; probably their word for the winding of a river. read more...
When strolling through the heart of the city, one can literally sense its history. The lanes of the old town, which lies directly at the foot of the castle, communicate the feeling of past ages. Splendid town residences and chapter houses are worthly of closer scrutiny, as are the many inner countryards hidden discretely behind arched gates. Moreover, the spacious, baroque main square with its lively hustle and bustle is never far away. read more...
Linz is the third largest city in Austria with 188,968 inhabitants, is the capital of the federal province of Upper Austria and forms the heart of Austria´s second strongest economic region. Linz is by the Danube (Donau) river. The tourist slogan of the city is "In Linz beginnt's" ("It starts in Linz"). read more...