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    "By myself" is the same as "on my own" (not "all alone") in this context, as Renaissance man says. If you use both, one of them is redundant. There is a doubt in my mind about the rest of the sentence. I suspect that the sentence should read "I have never been to Austria by myself/on my own", but in the absence of context I cannot be sure.
     
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