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8 Prettiest Natural Wonders in Austria You Must Come and Enjoy

One of Europe’s most stunning nations is Austria. It appears that Mother Nature has chosen to bestow upon this nation some of the most breathtaking vistas in all of Europe. Discover Austria’s best natural beauties, including the Zillertal Waterfalls, Krimml Waterfalls, and the Green Lake in Styria.

1. Green Lake, Tragöß, Styria

Green Lake-Styria
Green Lake-Styria

This stunning lake’s emerald green colour is transient. Only a few weeks a year are when it is visible. You have to wait for the snow to melt before the lake fills with water and all the flora is submerged, giving the lake its emerald colour.

The area now informs visitors and forbids them from jumping into the water in order to conserve the ecosystem of this one-of-a-kind location in the globe and maintain its gorgeous emerald green colour.

2. Lake like a heart, National Park Hohe Tauern

National-Park-Hohe-Tauern
National-Park-Hohe-Tauern

One of the newest national parks in Europe, the National Park Hohe Tauern is situated in Tyrol and was created in 1981. It is also one of Europe’s biggest national parks, covering 1,800 square kilometres.

Come and explore the animals, flora, mountains, glaciers, and lakes of this extraordinary park. During the spring and summer, look for this lovely lake with the shape of a heart.

3. Krimml Waterfalls, Hohe Tauern National Park – Krimml

Krimml-Falls
Krimml-Falls

In the Hohe Tauern National Park—one of Europe’s most stunning national parks—discover Austria’s tallest waterfalls. This remarkable location is conveniently accessible by foot (20 minutes from the centre of Krimml) or by automobile (in the parking lot of “Hanke’s Cafe Restaurant” located 5 minutes walk from the waterfalls). Parking and waterfall access are both fee-based services. Payment by card is not accepted on-site, so bring some cash with you.

4. Ice cave Eisriesenwelt, Werfen

Ice-cave-Eisriesenwelt
Ice-cave-Eisriesenwelt

The world’s largest ice cave is called Eisriesenwelt. A few miles south of Salzburg, you will find more than 40 km of frozen caverns.

If you aren’t up for a little walking, skip this experience. The cable car that will take you up there is a 10-minute walk from the parking lot. After entering the cave, you must drop over 1000 stairs, which you must then retrace. Dress warmly (a small umbrella will be useful too). It will be well worth your effort because the cave is spectacular and rare around the globe.

Make sure to see the Hohenwerfen Castle, one of Austria’s most stunning castles, while you’re here.

5. Vorderer Gosausee, Gosau

Vorderer-Gosausee
Vorderer-Gosausee

Enjoy a stroll in the fall around this gorgeous lake and take in the splendour of this extraordinary setting. All visitors, even those with young children in strollers, may easily access and enjoy the lake.

Visit “Hallstatt”, which is 30 minutes away by vehicle from Gosaussee, before or after your lakeside stroll.

6. Wörthersee Lake, Pörtschach am Wörthersee – Carinthia

Wörthersee-Lake
Wörthersee-Lake

Guests who enjoy the outdoors will adore the Lake Wörthersee area. A family vacation with kids would be ideal in this location. You can explore the world’s most stunning monuments in miniature in the “Minimundus” theme park, which is situated around the lake. Take in some fresh air and refuel yourself around one of Austria’s most picturesque lakes in just 15 minutes drive from Klagenfurt Airport.

Pörtschach am Wörthersee, one of the numerous little towns that surround Lake Wörthersee is where the picture you see above was taken. On the opposite side of the water, you can see “Maria Wörth,” a small village that is likewise considered to be one of Austria’s best kept secrets.

Previously home to only a few destitute peasants, the lake has seen the houses of the Viennan nobility proliferate all over the place since the construction of the “Sûdbahn” railway line or the southern line. This is also what occurred in the French town of Arcachon, but that is a different tale.

7. Zillertal Waterfalls, Mayrhofen – Tyrol – Zillertal Alps

Zillertal-Waterfalls
Zillertal-Waterfalls

On a mountain hike across the Austrian countryside, explore the Stilluptal Valley. Leave Mayrhofen and walk 13 km (approximately 4 hours and 30 minutes) to the Stillup reservoir to find this stunning waterfall. The hike’s starting point is the waterworks between Tuxer Strabe and Sillupbach in Mayrhofen.

You will have the chance to eat at the “Gasthaus Wasserfall,” a restaurant situated beside the reservoir and look out at the waterfall at the conclusion of this trip, which is open to everyone.

8. Lake Hallstatt

Hallstatt
Hallstatt

One of Austria’s many beautiful mountain lakes is Lake Hallstatt. However, this one stands out because of the presence of Hallstatt, unquestionably one of Austria’s loveliest towns. The town and lake are among the locations that receive the most photos worldwide. Boating, fishing, hiking, mountaineering, and cycling are among the things you can do near Lake Hallstatt and in the Salzkammergut Lake Region.

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