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During autumn events in Lower Austria, you can enjoy wine almost everywhere at wine events - right in the vineyards, wine alleys, cellars, restaurants, but also on the street. The locals call the Lower Austrian wine autumn and the fifth season. From August to November, wine is the focus of local life.
Today we have an eleven-kilometer trip along the ridges of the Algava Alps, which you can diversify with the local ferrata of C / D difficulty. So let's get to it.
Do you want to go for beautiful nature, sports and refreshments? Our goal this time will be Upper Austria, which is perfect for summer days. Although many other travelers have a similar idea, we still do not encounter crowded beaches around the local lakes, nor do crowds form on the local ferratas, bike trails and hiking trails.
Lower Austria offers a number of excursion places that will ensure well-being, fun and refreshment for every member of the family - children and adults. In addition, practical accessibility will simplify your travel, so today we will complete the inspiration for short summer trips.
Summer holidays and the holiday season are in full swing. With the following tips, you can playfully manage the planning of a weekend family holiday program and turn trips into unforgettable adventures.
Today, our goal will be the Austrian village of Saalbach Hinterglemm (consisting of two small towns Saalbach and Hinterglemm) located in the district of Zell am See. The village is a well-known center for almost all winter sports, there is a network of four slopes with a total length of up to 270 kilometers. However, even in summer, a lot of tourists come here.
Here you can find some holiday tips and ideas for an active holiday in Carinthia in the sunny south of Austria.
Nature, peace and endless space - the ideal place to get new experiences. Lower Austria offers deep forests and vineyards lined with the Danube, mighty mountains, but also a varied culture and interesting history. With the release of restrictions, the Lower Austrian region is becoming a tourist tip this summer.
Last week we visited the town of Baden in Lower Austria, we already know about its history and perhaps the biggest tourist attraction - spa. Today we will continue to explore. We will look at interesting sights and institutions, recommend a few social events and finally give some tips for trips to the surroundings of the city.
Approximately 30 kilometers south of Vienna, in the province of Lower Austria extends spa town of Baden (unofficially Baden bei Wien), which was at the time of the monarchy popular place in Austria's elite and now offers a unique atmosphere full of elegance and grandeur.
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