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Austria’s natural attractions: 10 must-see places

Austria is considered one of the main tourist destinations in Europe. At any time of the year there are many tourists here. In winter there are just as many as in the hot summer, especially in the mountainous areas. What attracts the most people? The natural attractions of Austria, namely the magnificent landscapes and breathtaking views are one of the main highlights of the country.

Austrian travel agencies claim that you will not find such natural gems anywhere else in the world. Check out these 10 must-see nature sights during your visit to Austria.

Lake Schlegais

Located in Tyrol, Lake Schlegais is the perfect place to experience the true beauty of nature. If you stay in a mountain hut in Olperer, you will have a breathtaking view of the lake, mountain ranges in snow, blue sky and clouds.

2. Gosau Lake.

Here you can see not only the peaceful waters of Lake Gosway, but also the majestic panorama of the highest mountain in the Northern Limestone Alps, the Dachstein.

3. Kaunergrath

Kaunergrat is a nature park where you can explore the attractions of Kaunertal, Kauns and Kaunerberg. The park is a pristine, fabulous natural wonder with an unspoiled landscape. Not far from the Kauns there is a wonderful medieval castle on the rock.

Lake Vilsalp

Wilsalp is one of the most wonderful places you can visit in the Tannheim Valley in Austria. It is a deep blue lake located in a nature reserve and surrounded by beautiful majestic mountains.

5. Carinthia

This is the southernmost region of the country, which attracts nature lovers with its exceptional climate and stunning views. Mirror-like lakes, magnificent snowy valleys, majestic castles and cozy little towns scattered along the lakeside – this is what the connoisseurs come here for.

6. Dürlussboden Reservoir

Durdassboden Reservoir is a popular tourist destination, especially in summer. Tourists can enjoy stunning views of the Zillertal Alps and the Reichenspitz mountain range.

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7. Schlegais Reservoir

The Schlegais Reservoir is one of five artificial lakes in the Zillertal valley, just like the Dürlassboden. There are hiking trails that run along the shores of the reservoir.

8. Lake Hintersee (Ramsau).

Throughout the year, hikers can enjoy walks through the dense forest or along the shores of Lake Hintersee. The views are absolutely breathtaking!

9. Halstatt

Halstatt is an attractive town in the Austrian region of Salzkammergut. Tourists love the hiking trails organized here.

10. Reutte, Tyrol

The mountain town of Reutte offers a lot of sports and recreational activities that help you get closer to nature. You can go to the mountain lakes, or you can explore the castle.

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