Arnold Weisz

Arnold Weisz

Globetrotting multilingual communications specialist born in Vienna, Austria – with passion for scuba diving, golf and culinary delights! 15 years of experience as a scuba- and travel reporter for among others: X-Ray Dive Magazine and Dykking.

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  • Freistadt, Upper Austria, Austria

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    Savour the medieval market town Freistadt

    Its historic centre (Altstadt) has by no means lapsed into to a tourist trap, but still functions as a place where people live. Furthermore, you find lot’s of shops, restaurants, patisseries and other businesses to keep you busy a few days. Although I have been here numerous times and know the town well, I’m never […]

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  • Schattenburg, Vorarlberg, Austria

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    Schattenburg – the landmark of Feldkirch

    Any historical town with respect for itself should have a castle, and Feldkirch has the Schattenburg. Although there has been documented a settlement on-site for more than 2000 years, the “town” Feldkirch was built together with the castle in the early 13th century. We found the Schattenburg well worth the entrance fee and learned a […]

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  • Heiligenbrunn, Burgenland, Austria

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    Heiligenbrunn – The cradle of the Uhudler wine

    The small village of Heiligenbrunn in Burgenland is located in the transition between the rolling hills that characterize the south-eastern Austria and the vast plains that dominates western Hungary. Forests and vineyards dominate the landscape around Heiligenbrunn. Also the architectural traditions in this part of Austria differ greatly from the well known Tyrolean style houses […]

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    Birds of prey at Rosenburg Castle

    Like so many other castles and palaces in Austria, this place has a fascinating history, a great location and is very well preserved. Hence, you really get a sense of the almost 1000-year history of Rosenburg. At Rosenburg, they focus on a varied program of activities for their visitors. One of the events that makes […]

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  • Hiker's Heaven, Austria

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    Austria, the Hiker’s Heaven

    Enticing hiking terrain is found throughout Austria. Although the Alps and mountain views may be on the top of your list, there are also many beautiful natural experiences in flatter areas. Although Austrian hiking trails often are associated with cows grazing on flower meadows, beautiful rugged mountain scenery and great views, you can experience much, […]

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  • Salzburger Seenland - Salzburg lake district

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    Discover the splendid Salzburg Lake District

    Just north of Salzburg, bordering Bavaria and Upper Austria, a charming region of lakes among farmland, rolling hills, dotted with idyllic villages forms a little lake district. The four lakes Grabensee, Obertrumer See, Mattsee and Wallersee are located in the middle of the region and are the main attraction in this delightful tourist destination. Mattsee […]

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  • Bucklige Welt – land of the thousand hills, Lower Austria, Niederösterreich, Travel to Austria

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    Bucklige Welt – land of the thousand hills

    The Bucklige Welt region in the south-eastern corner of Lower Austria is characterized by a very hilly landscape. Hence the name, that means something like “world of bumps” in German. This is the eastern most end of the Alps, that extends through Austria. From here, the flat Pannonian plains dominate the landscape far into Hungary. […]

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    On the cultural and culinary routes of Bregenzerwald

    A trip around the Bregenzerwald in Vorarlberg can be far more than just hiking in wonderful nature. You should also enjoy local culinary delights and let the distinctive artistic expressions that you find everywhere in the region, in both architecture and art, be part of your experience. Furthermore, the region has flourished as a go-to […]

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  • Riegersburg castle, Styria, Austria

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    Amazing Castles, Palaces and Monasteries in Austria

    These amazing constructions are not only historical and architectural gems but also offer visitors a variety of activities. Whether they are in state, private, clerical or company ownership, the castles, palaces and monasteries are often open to the public. A few castles and palaces are still private homes and therefor completely off limits to the […]

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  • Hiker's Heaven, Speierck, Lungau, Salzburgerland, Austria

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    Hiking to Speiereck at 2411m

    Obsessed with stunning views I love hiking in Austria. Add to that magnificent nature and crisp fresh air – well, then you have the recipe for a brilliant day out in the Austrian Alps. The Speierck (2411 m / 7919 ft) in the holiday region Lungau offers an easy to medium level half-day hike. Cable […]

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