Posts Tagged ‘Austria’

Seegrotte

October 29, 2022

Only an hour drive from Bratislava one can get fully immersed in the mysteries of the underworld ­čśë Seegrotte – Europe’s largest underground lake, Austria.

Neusiedl am See

March 5, 2022

Neusiedl am See (within an hour drive from Bratislava) was part of the Kingdom of Hungary until 1920/21. After the end of World War I it was given to Austria. A sunny day by any lake is relaxing!

Hallstatt

August 14, 2021

The charming UNESCO World Heritage town of Hallstatt is situated at the foot of the Dachstein massif in the Alps, Upper Austria. So much to see and do there – along the lake or up the slopes. Spectacular views at 2000+ meters above sea level.

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Schneeberg

July 21, 2019

Schneeberg, the oldest tourist areas in Lower Austria, offering magnificent views to the Hungarian lowlands and Slovakia from 1,800 m above sea level at Hochschneeberg. And a Salamander train ride from 577 m. above sea level to up there – amazing!

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Klosterneuburg

February 2, 2019

Klosterneuburg, a small town, almost a suburb of Wien, offers a superb weekend visit. The spectacular monastery and church, the picturesque town streets, the sun on a winter day … delight to the eyes. To my┬áKlosterneuburg album >>>

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Hainburg an der Donau

February 10, 2018

When one lives in Bratislava, getting to know the neighboring small towns is so tempting. Hainburg an der Donau, some 10 kilometers away in Austria, is a quiet place for a lazy Sunday stroll. Forthcoming events out there at this link.