GeorgezouMiniature Landscape Park is a miniature park in downtown Klagenfurt, Austria. It shows miniature building models around the world built at a scale of 1:25. Tourists from all over the world come to visit this 26,000 square meter park.
乖小咪Lake Wörthersee in Klagenfurt is a very peaceful lake. The water here is very clear and the visibility is very high. The most suitable place here is to come in autumn. The trees on the banks of the river have turned golden yellow and reflected in the lake water, which is really very beautiful. It is really intoxicating to enjoy the beautiful scenery on the boating lake.
GeorgezouVisitors can see a strange-looking monster statue in the fountain. Its model is a two-footed flying dragon, which is said to be the origin of the city. The fountain was built in 1636 and is located in the middle of the square. It is a local landmark. When night falls, with the surrounding lights, the fountain lake looks very beautiful.
Klagenfurt am Worthersee Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
Wörthersee is a lake in the southern Austrian state of Carinthia. The popular bathing lake is a main tourist destination in summer. Wörthersee is Carinthia's largest lake. It is elongated, about 16.5 km (10.3 mi) long and 1.5 km (0.93 mi) wide, and stretches from the outskirts of the Carinthian capital Klagenfurt in the east to the bay of Velden in the west. Situated within the Klagenfurt Basin, its shores are flanked to the north and south by the foothills of the Gurktal Alps and the Karawanks range, all covered with dense forests beyond which snow-capped Alpine peaks are visible. The lake's water is of a distinctive blue-green colour and transparent. Lake Wörth and its basin in the central Carinthian foothills were largely formed by glaciers during the last ice age. The lake is divided into three basins by several islands and peninsulas. The western basin stretches from Velden to Pörtschach, the central basin from Pörtschach to Maria Wörth and the eastern basin from Maria Wörth to Klagenfurt. Numerous brooks flow into the lake; its sole distributary is the artificial Glanfurt creek in the east, eventually flowing into the Drava (Drau) river via the Glan and Gurk tributaries.