Mariahilf is the 6th district of Vienna. It's border to the north is the most famous Viennese shopping street the Mariahilferstrasse, to the west the Gürel and to the south the Vienna river.
Vienna (German: Wien; Austro-Bavarian: Wean) is the capital of the Republic of Austria and by far its most populous city, with an urban population of 1.7 million and a metropolitan population of 2.
Wieden is the fourth district of Vienna. It's north border is the Vienna river, the Prinz Eugen Straße the east and the Gürtel the south.
Austria (German: Österreich, literally "the Eastern Realm" or "Eastern Empire") is a landlocked alpine German-speaking country in Central Europe bordering Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west, Germany and the Czech Republic to the north, Slovakia and Hungary to the east and Slovenia and Italy to the south. Austria, along with neighboring Switzerland, is the winter sports center of Europe.
Innere Stadt is the most inner district of Vienna. Its historic centre dates back to Roman ages and has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Neubau is the 7th district of Vienna. Its border to the south is the popular Mariahilfer Strasse, to the west the Gürtel, and to the north Lerchenfelder Straße.
Josefstadt is the 8th district of Vienna. It is bounded on the north side by Alser Straße, by the "2er Linie" on the east, Lerchenfelder Straße on the south, and the Gürtel on the west.
Vienna's Inner East is an artificial island formed between the river and the Donaukanal. The island contains large expanses of parks and forests, including the famous Prater park with the permanent funfair including the Riesenrad ferris wheel.
Outer South is in Vienna, and includes the districts of Favoriten (10), Simmering (11), Meidling (12), and Liesing (23).
Margareten is the fifth district of Vienna. Its border to the north is the Vienna river, to the west and south the Gürtel.
Outer East describes the Vienna districts Floridsdorf and Donaustadt.
Outer West is the north-western part of Vienna containing the districts Penzing (14), Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus (15), Ottakring (16), Hernals (17), Währing (18), and Döbling (19).
Klosterneuburg is a city in Lower Austria near Vienna with 25,900 inhabitants.
Perchtoldsdorf is in Lower Austria. It is a small town south of Vienna on the eastern fringes of the Vienna Woods (Wienerwald), best known for its wine.
Vienna International Airport (Flughafen Wien-Schwechat ) is the busiest and biggest airport in Austria, located just outside the city limits of Vienna on the far side of the City of Schwechat. The airport is the home base of Austrian Airlines and Niki.
Eisenstadt is the state capital of Burgenland in Austria. It consists of 4 districts: Kleinhöflein im Burgenland, Eisenstadt-Oberberg, Eisenstadt-Unterberg and St.
Wiener Neustadt is a city and Vienna suburb in Lower Austria, Austria.
Neusiedl am See is a city in the province of Burgenland in Austria.
Sopron (pronounced "shop-ron"; German: Ödenburg, Croatian: Šopron, Latin: Scarbantia) is a city in Hungary, close to the Austrian border, with a population of about 61.000.
Bratislava or Pozsony in Hungarian and Pressburg in German, is the capital and largest city in Slovakia. It has a population of almost 415,000 and is the administrative, cultural and economic centre of the country.
Slovakia (Slovak: Slovensko) or the Slovak Republic (Slovenská republika) is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is surrounded by Austria to the west, Czech Republic to the northwest, Hungary to the south, Poland to the north and Ukraine to the east.
Krems an der Donau is a riverside town in the Danube's Wachau Valley tourist region of Lower Austria.
Semmering is an alpine pass connecting Lower Austria and Styria. The Semmering railway is an UNESCO site heritage as it is the first high alpine mountain railway.
Spitz is a small town in the Wachau, on the river Danube. Together with the neighbouring villages of Gut am Steg, Schwallenbach, and Vießling it is a major wine-producing centre of the region.
Szombathely is the centre of Vas county in Western Transdanubia in Hungary.
Brno (German: Brünn, Štatl in the local dialect) is the major city of Moravia (a historical region in the Czech Republic). It is the largest city in Moravia and the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area.
Melk is a small riverside town (pop. ~5,000) on south bank of the Danube River in the Wachau Valley of Lower Austria.
Trnava is a town in western Slovakia with a population of over 70,000.
Slavonice is a small (roughly 2500 inhabitants) historic town in South Bohemia, near the border with Austria. Because of its well-preserved renaissance centre, it is called "smaller Telč".
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.
Graz is the capital of Styria (Steiermark) and the second largest city of Austria with a population of just below 300,000 - about 40,000 of which are students of its six universities. It has been a vital urban centre for both Styria, Austria and Slovenia, and has produced a number of talents in many fields, ranging from the inventor Nikola Tesla to the governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Western Slovakia is in the region including the capital Bratislava, the Slovakian Danube River Valley, and other lower-lying territory, bounded on the north by the Czech Republic, on the west by Austria, on the south by Hungary.
Nitra is in Slovakia. It is a beautiful old historic city, with a population of almost 80,000.
Steyr is a town in Upper Austria, located at the confluence of the rivers Steyr and Enns.
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.