It is a republic country in Central Europe between Germany and the Czech Republic in the north, Italy, Slovenia in the south, Slovakia, Hungary in the east, Liechtenstein and Switzerland in the west.

Austria does not overlook any coast. It is a landlocked country with its capital, Austria, divided into nine provinces.

Austria area: 83,878.99 m²

Population: 8.7 million

Official language: German

The Latin name means the floptimus to the local (Bavarian).

Geography of location and terrain:

Austria is one of the most beautiful countries for having the Alpine Alps.

It contains many natural lakes and many plains and green areas. In the east there is the Danube, the second longest river in Europe.

The climate:

Austria has a temperate climate, of course, with a temperate climate as it is located in central Europe and enjoys the four spring seasons.

There is no full winter, no full summer, and there is a different temperature for each season of the year.

The temperature in the winter range between 10 degrees below zero to 10 degrees above zero and in the summer between 10 degrees above zero to 30 degrees above zero.

Tourism in Austria:

Austria is one of the most important tourism destinations in Europe because of its great charming nature.

It has great tourism elements such as lakes, green areas, mountains and valleys.

Vienna is the most important tourism city in Austria and attracts many tourists from around the world, especially from the Middle East.

Vienna (Capital):


It is one of the largest cities with an area of ​​414.6 km² and a population of 7.1 million.

The name’s meaning is the beautiful air or the breeze, The city is characterized by the following:

Schonbrunn Palace:

One of the most famous sights in Vienna is the former Imperial Palace, consisting of 1,441 rooms.

This palace was built specifically for the “Eleonora Gonzaga” between 1638 and 1843.

Over time, the palace was converted into a summer residence for the royal family.

The palace is an architectural masterpiece in itself, with its decoration, engravings and aesthetic design.

Imperial Hofburg Palace:

Imperial Hofburg Palace

It was built in the 13th century and since then, it has been expanded several times to become the headquarters of the President.

The palace is characterized by unique architectural design, walking around the library and paintings, sitting in the palace garden, enjoying the outdoors and enjoying a horseback riding tour.

Danube Island:

Danube Island

Is one of the most beautiful nature reserves and is located in the south of Vienna.

It is 21 km long and is fun for families who wish to relax and have a beautiful garden in the world where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery.

There are many sports activities such as kayaking, children’s playgrounds and other water games.

St Stephen’s Cathedral:

St Stephen's Cathedral

One of the most famous tourist sites, which is more than 700 years old and is characterized by the outside of the high towers and engravings took about 100 years construction.

The South Tower is the highest point in the city of Vienna and the north tower has the most famous bell in Vienna to announce the important historical events.

Sea House:

Sea House

One of Vienna’s most fascinating sights, which you will see in the Esterhazy park in the center of Vienna from the sea house, you can enjoy more than 10,000 species of sea creatures. It was opened in 1860, where you can see sharks, sea turtles and many colorful coral reefs.



One of the most beautiful cities of Austria and located on the side of the blue lake of Zell with a wonderful banks, this beautiful city is characterized by wonderful weather throughout the world and famous for skiing, mountain climbing, lakes, rivers and mountains.

Lake Zell:

Lake Zell

It is close to Elizabeth Park with its scenic nature.

The top of the mountain rises to 2,000 meters above sea level, and tourists are famous for skiing.

Did you know the nicest places you can visit and enjoy the unprecedented calmness of the soul and the nature of the beautiful to the imagination, It’s not over yet, there is always more… In Austria !


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