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Trip report:Vienna,Graz,Lake district,Salzburg,Wachau,Prague

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1. Posted by ashwinb (First Time Poster 1 posts) 3y

This is my first post on travellerspoint, just thought I'll begin with my trip report.
It has quite a few pictures.

My trip to Central Europe

I traveled across Austria, South East Germany and Czech Republic in mid September 2013. This was kind of a bonus trip for me, because I had already done an international trip for the year, had been to Turkey in May. I got a work opportunity in Graz, Austria, after which I travelled for about 10 days.

Austria had been my dream destination since quite sometime(when I helped my parents plan out their Europe itinerary a few years back), and this seemed to be the perfect opportunity. I was already done with an international trip for the year(Turkey), I had initially planned to just go to Halstatt and Salzburg after Graz and then come back. But then a few family members decided to join,and then we extended the trip to include Prague and Vienna and then they(family) couldn't make it. Nevertheless I decided to go for it alone, and I am happy I did the entire trip .

About me: I am a 24 year old male , solo traveler. I am into exploring new cultures, landscapes and food photographing them.

Places covered: I spent about 5 days in Graz, where I was working. From there I went to Salzburg, where I based myself to explore the Lake district Salzkammergut( Gosausee and Halstatt) and South East Germany( Munich and Berchtesgaden), all of these were easy day trips. Then I went to Prague,stayed for a couple of days, proceeding to Vienna where I spent another 2 days, 1 of which was spent in the UNESCO Heritage site Wachau Valley( Krems, Durstein,Melk).

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

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7. Posted by Sander (Moderator 4933 posts) 3y

This is really not what the forum is intended for. I'd say, start a blog here; except that you started off posting that you already have a blog. So I'm not really certain about your purpose with posting this - but it looks promotional from our point of view (or at least, hard to distinguish from promotional content, due to the links and many names of businesses).