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(c) Weinstraße Niederösterreich
The land surrounding Vienna, extending from both banks of the Danube is the nucleus of Austria and at the same time the most diverse province of the entire country.
Kellergasse bei Gnadendorf, (c) Österreich Werbung/Diejun
The wine tastes best directly at a wine grower’s. “Prost” as the locals say.
(c) Mostviertel Tourismus/weinfranz
From the sunny banks of the Danube to the rugged mountains of the pre-Alps.
(c) Waldviertel Tourismus/R. Mandl
Nature surrounds you everywhere in this remote part of Lower Austria.
Salamander, (c) Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich
These mountains embrace Lower Austria in the south. Lace up your hiking boots!
Nature and culture blend in perfect harmony.
Gumpoldskirchen, (c) Niederösterreich-Werbung/K.M. Westermann
This lush forest is Vienna's green lung and a place to visit for itself.