Klagenfurt lies on the shore of one of Europe’s biggest and warmest lakes, Lake Wörth. Even though the city is a victim of several wildfires which destroyed it completely a few times, it was always renovated and today it gives the impression of a modern city. Renovation managed to save some of the old features of the city for example the Alter Platz, which was the old main square of Klagenfurt. Today it is more of a street where cars are forbidden to pass and it serves as a walking avenue for tourists and locals as well. The modern contrast is greatly represented with the Alter Platz’s counterpart the Neuer Platz, which is the main square of Klagenfurt today. Here we can see the Rathaus which in English means town hall and which was a palace before it became the town hall, and the famous Lindwurmbrunnen, the dragon-fountain. In front of the dragon fountain there is a statue of Queen Maria Theresa. If one visits Klagenfurt it is a must to visit the Minimundus or in its other name Europapark. Their slogan is: A tiny world on the side of Lake Wörth. This tiny world’s famous for its miniature replicas of world famous buildings such as the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel-tower or the Liberty Statue. It is advised to rent a car to get to the city, and except the Alter Platz the whole city can be explored by car as well. It is also easier to get to the Minimundus by car, and to travel between the places in the town too.