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The Adriatic Sea became the upper class’ most prestigious summer destination of the 19th century. These rich and powerful holiday seekers took the southern train, which took them to places such Opatija, Lovran, Losinj, Rijeka and Portoroz which, until then, were still largely unknown, almost as fast as it does today. In this new ORF production, Alfred and Stephanie Ninaus track down the imperial charm and lifestyle of the time. The spirit of this glossy era, during which sommer tourism was invented, lives on in many historical hotels and cafes.