Lake Neusiedl or Fertő (Hungarian) is the largest endorheic lake (closed drainage basin) in Central Europe, straddling the Austrian–Hungarian border. The lake covers 315 km² and is no more than 1.8 m deep.
Most of the lake is surrounded by reeds which serve as a home for animals.
Lake Neusiedl and its surrounding areas enjoy protection through the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.
The reeds serve a double purpose, one ecological (removal of the bulk of organic matter that would otherwise decay in the lake) and one economic (the reed is sold for various purposes, mostly related to construction and housing).
In 2001 the national parks in Austria and Hungary were together accepted as a World Heritage Site.
You can enjoy pleasure boats and yachting in the lake.
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