Fascinating Austria

Fascinating Austria
Author : Michael Kühler
Publisher : Verlagshaus Wurzburg Gmbh & Company Kg
Total Pages : 92
Release : 2007
ISBN 10 : 3881896651
ISBN 13 : 9783881896658
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fascinating Austria Book Description:

Tucked in between Lake Constance and Lake Neusiedler, Austria is revealed as a land of fascinating and spectacular natural beauty in this travel companion. Majestic peaks, deep valleys, crystal-clear lakes, and lush green meadows are captured in detail, and the River Danube is explored, flanked by flat, open plateaux while ancient churches and monasteries and mighty castles and palaces dot the countryside in “Styrian Tuscany” and the Burgenland. Celebrating the Festspiele in Salzburg and illustrating the splendid Jugendstil and Hundertwasser buildings in Vienna, this enchanting guide effuses the region’s typical charm and decidedly cosmopolitan flair.


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