Mini Guide for Austria.

Austria is considered a strong economic, political, sports and cultural center in Europe, as evidenced by the fact that it is one of those countries where the standard of living of the inhabitants is very high. The life of the cities of this Alpine country is represented in many museums, universities, theaters, as well as in various festivals and concerts, the most famous and appreciated of which is the Christmas concert in Vienna. Historical and cultural tourism is very widely represented in various cities of Austria: Vienna and Graz, Innsbruck and Linz, Salzburg. The Palace of the Shuenbrunn in Vienna, the fortress of Khoenzalzburg in Salzburg, the ski slopes that took the Olympic Games in the Innsbruck, the medieval buildings of Graz and the magnificent port on the Danube, Linz are just a few attractions that glorified Austria, a country with a quick pace of life. Ski Austria

Tourist proposals, Austria provides a lot, but, without a doubt, a moderate climate, stable snow, alpine mountain relief, turned it into the main ski area of ​​the world. The winter sports season lasts here from early autumn until May, so the alpine routes are very in demand and densely populated. Their variety contributes to the arrival of tourists of various ages and skills here. For those who prefer extreme sports, magnificent slopes and tracks for snowboarding, for skeleton and racing on snowmobiles are prepared. Modern infrastructure, cozy and numerous funiculars and lifting cabs, comfortable hotels, restaurants and bars, experienced instructors and schools for beginner skiers – raised the prestige of Austrian winter resorts to sky -high heights. The most famous centers of Austria’s mountain skis are: Mayrhofen, Crimea-Am-See, Bad Gastein, Kitsbuel, Lech, Sant-Anton. Culinary Austria

Austrian cuisine, at the same time, is both traditional and very international. She concentrated elements of the Mediterranean, Italian, Slavic, German, Hungarian cooking. Interestingly, beyond the borders of the country, Austrian cuisine is called Viennese, as if emphasizing the dominant position of the capital, but the Austrians themselves call it “cuisine of good burghers”. The most famous works of Austrian culinary specialists are: Zemeln’s buns, Kipfel’s cuckolds, Vyurstelstand’s snack, Tsynok in Viennese “Bakchendl” and the famous Viennese shnitzel – fried on low heat, in crackers, a piece of soft fresh veal.