Austria offers many beautiful panoramic views to enjoy and is a haven for dedicated & passionate photographers and videographers.
Austria caters very well for its visitors. The many exiting sceneries, landscapes and well looked after towns and villages, natural lakes to swim in and the skiing options in wellknown and famous villages like Kitzbuehel in Tirol will leave lasting memories. Austria has five major regions being the Vorarlberg and Tirol Oberdrum. This region is located in the most westerly parts of the country with its beautiful majestic mountains and high valleys. Vorarlberg slopes west- wards to the Rhine valley and Lake Constance while the Tirol consists of a deep valley of the Inn, flanked on the north by the limestone peaks of the Bavarian Alps and on the south by the ridges the Oetzthal and Zillerthal Alps. Southern mountains and valley The southern parts of this region consists of the broad valley of the Drava which flows eastwards to join the Danube in Yugoslavia. The valley is bordered by the frontier ridges of the Carnic and Karawanken Alps and fertile basins with some attractive lakes. The Northern mountains and valleys the Bavarian Alps continue eastwards from near Salzburg. Alpine foreland and Danube valley - In theprovince ofUpper Austria between the Alpine ranges and the Danube lies the easterly portion of the Alpine foreland. The Vienna Basin, the heart of Austria consists of a lowland between the easterly spurs of the Alps and the foothills of the Carpathians.
Austria is one of Britain's most popular destinations for its many beautiful lakes and mountains. Austria is also a delightful combination of many fairytale features. With picturesque Alpine villages high in the mountains and Imperial, cultural towns with medieval history, traditional folklore and music you will not be disappointed. It has something for everyone to enjoy. Whichever province you choose, from the rugged breathtaking scenery of Vorarlberg and Tyrol to Salzburgerland and the lovely Salzkammergut Lake District, the local people will welcome you with a friendly and hospitable 'Gruess Gott'