Neusiedler See is considered the fourth largest lake in Central Europe, yielding Balaton, Constance and Geneva.
Its age is 20 thousand years, it is believed that it appeared as a result of fluctuations of the earth’s crust at the end of the ice age. This flat saline lake is today a popular holiday destination and a unique biosphere reserve. Together with its surroundings, it is included in the UNESCO list. Continue reading