Kleinarl is a municipality in Pongau in the federal state of Salzburg in Austria.
St. Johann im Pongau is the main city of the Pongau Region and is in the federal state of Salzburg, Austria.
Schladming is a small - former - mining town in the Enns valley part of Styria (Austria), that is now a very popular large winter sports resort. It has a great view on the Dachstein mountains.
Hallstatt is a small town overlooking the Hallstätter See (Lake Hallstatt) in the Salzkammergut, in the federal states Upper Austria of Austria.
thumb|240px|St. Bartolomä Church, on the Königsee near Berchtesgaden
Salzburg is a city in central Austria, near the German (Bavarian) border with a population of some 146,000 in 2013. If you have seen the movie The Sound of Music, you may think you know all there is to see in Salzburg.
Near Kaprun, there are many remarkable mountain railways. One of them is Glaial Aerial Tramway Kaprun III, the third section of the aerial tramway up to Kitzsteinhorn mountain.
Bad Reichenhall is a spa town in the Bavarian Alps in Germany, near Salzburg, Austria. Bad Reichenhall has a population of 17,100.
The Nationalpark Hohe Tauern is the biggest national park in Austria and one of the biggest in all Europe.
Fieberbrunn is town and a winter resort in the Tyrol region of Austria and it is the most populous town in the Pillerseetal valley area. It is a venue for international snowboarding events.
Fucking, pronounced roughly "fooking" (rhymes with "booking"), is a village in Austria. It is home to Austria's most stolen sign and is known for its name.
Upper Austria (Oberösterreich) — as the name implies — is a federal state of Austria.
Villach is a town located in Carinthia in Austria. It has about 60,000 inhabitants.
Liezen is a district and the major town in the Enns valley part Styria of Austria.
Chieming is in Upper Bavaria on the north-east shore of the Chiemsee.
Velden am Wörther See at the west end Wörthersee region of Carinthia, Austria.
Triglav National Park (Triglavski Narodni Park) covers nearly all of the Slovenian section of the Julian Alps, a total of nearly 85,000 hectares and is centered around Mount Triglav (2864m). It is popular for its outdoor adventure possibilities, numerous gorges and waterfalls, and the spectacular Lake Bohinj.
Prien am Chiemsee is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is the main gateway to Lake Chiemsee, largest lake in Bavaria.
Kobarid is a city located in the Soča Valley in the Julian Alps of Slovenia.
Klagenfurt (Slovenian: Celovec) is the capital of Carinthia in Austria. It was one of the eight host cities in the 2008 European Football Championships.
Passau is a small city in Bavaria, Germany, close to the Austrian border.
Udine is the capital of the Province of Udine in the Italian Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
Steyr is a town in Upper Austria, located at the confluence of the rivers Steyr and Enns.
Rosenheim is in the German state of Bavaria. It is located south-east of Munich and has a population of 60.
Linz is the third largest city in Austria with 191,100 inhabitants, is the capital of the federal province of Upper Austria (Oberösterreich) and forms the heart of Austria´s second strongest economic region. As a major centre of heavy industry that has been bombed during the Second World War, Linz lacks the picturesque charm of Salzburg or imperial grandeur of Vienna, but has a number of draws, being situated on the Danube (Donau) river.
Mayrhofen is a skiing resort in Austria. It's also the main base for skiing on the slopes of Zillertal valley.
Bruneck (Italian: Brunico) is a city in Puster Valley in South Tyrol, Italy.
Kranj (pronounced "Krah-n") is a city in Central Slovenia. It is the historical capital of Carniola.
Schliersee is a holiday and ski resort in Bavaria on the waterfront of the lake with the same name. It's on the edge of the Bavarian Alps, approximately 50 km (30 mi) south of Munich.
Tegernsee is a health resort and tourist centre on the eastern banks of the Tegernsee lake in the south of the German state of Bavaria.
Hintertux im Zillertal is a ski resort in Tirol, Austria. With the beautiful glacier (Hintertuxer Gletscher) skiing is possible 365 days a year.
Landshut is the capital and with 63,000 residents the biggest city of Lower Bavaria in the German federal state of Bavaria. The city is best known for the Landshut Wedding (Landshuter Hochzeit), a quadrennial re-enactment of the actual medieval wedding, including knights' tournaments.
Erding is a small city in Upper Bavaria, Germany. Although the city is home to the world's biggest brewery for wheat beers, Europe's biggest spa, and Munich Airport is only 10 min away, the city has kept most of its small town charm and historical center.
Munich's Franz Josef Strauß Airport () (German: Flughafen München Franz Josef Strauß) is the primary international airport serving Munich. It is the second busiest airport in Germany, and is a major hub for Lufthansa.
The area of East Munich comprises all the mostly residential districts of Munich which are located to the east of the river Isar, besides the neighborhood closest to the city center, Haidhausen. Clockwise from north to south this districts are the wealthy Bogenhausen neighborhood, Berg am Laim, Trudering-Riem with the trade exhibition center, and the working-class neighborhoods of Ramersdorf-Perlach, Obergiesing, and Untergiesing-Harlaching.
Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt is the name of the second district (Bezirk 2) of Munich comprising the neighborhoods of Isarvorstadt and Ludwigsvorstadt. It is located directly adjacent to the historic city center to the south.
Munich (German: München, Bavarian: Minga) is the capital city of the German federal state of Bavaria. Within the city limits, Munich has a population of more than 1.
Bruck an der Mur is a small city located in the north of Styria in Austria. In medieval times Bruck an der Mur was one of the most important trading centres in Styria, nowadays Bruck an der Mur is one of the major train hubs (two international train routes cross here) in Austria, so it's very likely that you come across this city while travelling through the country.
Tyrol (German: Tirol) is a multi-national historical region located in the heart of the Alps. It consists of North, East and South Tyrol.
Northern Munich is an expansive part of the city comprising many parks and recreational areas, including the English Garden, the Olympiapark (site of the 1972 Olympic Games) with the BMW Welt, the Nymphenburg park and palace and the Allianz Arena. This guide covers the districts of Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, Schwabing-West, Schwabing-Freimann and Milbertshofen-Am Hart.
Maxvorstadt is Munich's arts and university district, just north of the historic city center. It is also often called the "Brain of Munich", due to its extraordinary high number of artistic and educational institutions.
Innsbruck is the fifth-largest city in Austria and the provincial capital of Tyrol, as well as one of the largest cities in the Alps. Located in a valley of the river Inn between mountain ranges of above 2000 m above sea level, halfway between Bavaria and northern Italy, it is a hub of a region popular for skiing and other mountain-related activities and a busy tourist destination.
The area of South-West Munich consists of the residential districts of Sendling, Hadern, Laim, and Forstenried-Fürstenried in Munich's south, the mixed residential and industrial neighborhoods of Pasing-Obermenzing and Allach-Untermenzing in the west, and the scarcely populated area of Aubing-Lochhausen-Langwied in the far west. The area's main attractions are the Flaucher islands in the river Isar, the Munich Zoo and Blutenburg castle.
Kochel is a village on the shores of the Kochelsee in Upper Bavaria.
Mittenwald is an Alpine town in the German state of Bavaria. Although it only has a population of 7,000 people, it has a great tradition of violin making.