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    World heritage site Hallstatt

    UNESCO World heritage site Hallstatt, Upper Austria, Austria

    The village occupies a strip of land at the water’s edge, and the houses hang on the steep rock face. Hallstatt is small, and exploring even the back alleys will not require more than a couple of hours including a cake and cup of coffee. World heritage Hall is an old word for salt, thus […]

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    Autumn walk in historic Steyr

    Steyr, Upper Austria, Austria

    The lovely town at the foot of the Alps has one of Austria’s best preserved historic centres in the country. Located where the rivers Steyr and Enns meet, the market town celebrated its 1000th anniversary in 1980. North of the city, the almost flat landscapes of the Danube Valley unfold, while to the south the […]

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    Snorkling Austrian Style

    Snorkling Austrian Style

    When the sun shines from a clear blue sky and the thermometer reaches a simmering 34 °C, there is not really much else to do than to get into the water as soon as possible. We are in the middle of Austria, more accurately by the river Traun in Upper Austria. Eight people, neoprene dressed […]

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    Linz – The Cultural Capital by the Danube

    Linz, Upper Austria, Austria

    Linz is one of the main economic powerhouses of Austria, basing its reputation as such, on a vast industrial complex on the southern banks of the Danube. Despite its reputation as an industrial city, Linz has a lot to offer tourists. You and your family would find plenty to see and do for a few […]

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    Almtal – Lakeside tranquility in the Alps

    Almsee, Almtal, Salzkammergut, Upper Austria, Austria

    Almtal is a real gem. Not a big secret, but still not discovered by everyone. My guess it is because there are not any massive ski resorts or other mass tourism facilities in place. However, this does not mean that the area is lacking attractions. In contrary, I found plenty of activities to keep me […]

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