This page shows the Austrian topography N-E plains and hills and its composition of landscapes. Users can use the interactive map of the topography N-E plains and hills to see one of the landscapes and further information about this landscape. Instead of the map, users can also select one of the landscapes of the topography N-E plains and hills directly in the category Landscapes. Below the map you will find detailed information about the topography N-E plains and hills. This information includes a general description of the topography, key figures and the area use of the topography.
The north-eastern flat and hilly country is the easternmost topography of Austria and encompasses Vienna as a whole, making the north-eastern flat and hilly country the most populous topography in Austria, as well as parts of Lower Austria and Burgenland. The topography borders Slovakia in the northeast and Hungary in the southeast. In terms of landscape, it is characterised in particular by the Danube, the March and Lake Neusiedl.