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Austria, officially the Republic of Austria is a landlocked country of roughly 8.47 million people in Central Europe. It is bordered by the Czech Republic and Germany to the north, Hungary and Slovakia to the east, Slovenia and Italy to the south, and Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west. Austria is a largely mountainous country due to its location in the Alps. The Central Eastern Alps, Northern Limestone Alps and Southern Limestone Alps are all partly in Austria.
The greater part of Austria lies in the cool/temperate climate zone in which humid westerly winds predominate. With nearly three-fourths of the country dominated by the Alps, the alpine climate is predominant. In the east—in the Pannonian Plain and along the Danube valley—the climate shows continental features with less rain than the alpine areas. Although Austria is cold in the winter (−10°–0°C), summer temperatures can be relatively warm, with average temperatures of 20° and a highest temperature of 39.7°C (103.5°F).

Austria has a lot to offer in terms of tourism both during the winter with ski routes and in the midst of nature to take in sled or on foot in summer the green valleys offer courses more or less difficult to get to refuges or mountain huts where you can taste dishes of traditional Austrian cuisine. But the country has not only beautiful natural landscapes, but also beautiful cities such as Vienna to discover, which is full of historic buildings or Salzburg, the city where Mozart was born and Innsbruck the Baroque residence of the Habsburg royal family for nearly 500 years.

The region of Styria, in central east of the country, has a landscape that resembles Tuscany, is mainly a hilly area where the wine and pumpkin seed oil are produced, the main city of this region is the heart Gratz ancient and modern garment.
Another region of Carinthia is not to be missed with its crystal-clear lakes and its ski resorts offers both summer and winter fun and relaxation, there are many places to enjoy the specialties of the place, both sweet and savory.
Burgenland is the easternmost region of Austria is almost totally devoid of mountains, contains vineyards and the lake Neuesiedlersee widespread but a few meters deep and ideal for bathing, this region hosts many events and you can relax in the many spa establishments.
The region of Lower Austria is crossed by several footpaths and cycle paths offering tourists a new way to discover the natural beauty of its landscape and its historic buildings such as manor houses, castles and medieval monasteries.