Austria lies in southern central Europe, covering parts of the eastern Alps and the Danube region. The total area of the country is 32,383 sq. miles (83,871 km²). The highest mountain is the Grossglockner (3,798 m), and the Danube flows trough Austria for 350 km of its course. Austria is very popular place to buy property.
Austria is the heart of Europe, a variety of landscapes, climates and vegetation intersect, with high and low mountain regions, hills and plains. Austria lies in the temperate climatic zone with transitions from a moderate climate in its western and north-western parts, which are influenced by the Atlantic, to its eastern area, which has a more continental climate. Austria is one of the most thickly wooded countries in Europe. The most important settlements and economic areas are found in the foothills of the Alps and the Carpathians, the Vienna Basin and the Austrian part of the Pannonian plain in the east, as well as the broad valley and basin landscapes in the Alps and the Rhine plain in the country’s far west. Find property for sale in Austria.
Austria’s geographical position has long made it a crossroads for trade routes between the major European economic and cultural areas. Austria borders eight countries: Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Lichtenstein. Except for the last two, all these countries form part of the European Union. Buy your real-estate (flat, apartment, house, luxury villa, land or business/commercial property) in Austria.
Austria is a federal state composed of nine independent federal provinces: Burgenland, Karnten (Carinthia), Niederosterreich (Lower Austria), Oberosterreich (Upper Austria), Salzburg, Steiermark (Styria), Tirol (Tyrol), Voralberg and Wien (Vienna). Centuries of history have lent each Austrian province its own specific ethnic, economic and cultural character. They have played a key role in the historical development of Austria.
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