Austria is located in Central Europe with its 8,7 citizens, it’s sharing its boarders with Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Germany and Czech Republic.
Attractions in Austria
The music is particularly important in Vienna, and it is not without reason that the city is called the world’s capital city of music. Vienna has housed many famous musicians and composers, including Mozart and Beethoven.
Somehow you can’t stay in Vienna without going to at least one concert or opera. There’s something for everyone, and especially in the classical music, there’s a lot to choose from.
Schönbrunn Castle in Vienna
This castle is one of the most important cultural treasures in Austria.
Vienna’s zoo is located on the grounds of Schönbrunn Castle, and the park was founded in 1752, which makes it the world’s oldest zoo. The Schönbrunn zoo is also one of the world’s few zoos with pandas. You can also experience other attractions, such as rainforest houses, where the visitors are led through an imitation of the Amazon rainforest.
Swarowski Kristalwelten (Swarowski Crystal World)
This place is one of Austria’s major sights, where you can explore the Swarowski crystals everywhere.
The true holiday paradise for families in the summer. It’s placed in the middle of the mountains of Tirol, and there are plenty of activities for both adults and children.