Austria boasts with imperial history, magnificent culture, beautiful sceneries and culinaric highlights. Vienna is known for its imposing splendorous buildings, historical squares and magnificent palaces. Well known artists origin from Austria and contribute to its cultural reputation. The beautiful landscape along the Danube, the Wachau, is one of the most picturesque areas with a long tradition of viticulture. Culinary delights include a distinctive coffee house culture which invites for its exploraiton.
Stepping back into time
History lives on in Vienna, the capital of Austria. The city has a rich cultural and historical past and still captivates with its imperial flair. Explore the opulent Schönbrunn Palace, the magnificent Vienna Hofburg Palace or the Gothic St. Stephen’s Cathedral. The “capital of music” also has a lively music scene with classical concerts and operas. Despite its rich historical heritage, Vienna is also a modern city with lively shopping streets, excellent restaurants and an active nightlife.
Baroque beauty in the Alps
Salzburg is best known for its beautiful “Old Town” with world-famous Baroque architecture and the impressive medieval Hohensalzburg Fortress, which sits enthroned on a hill and offers a spectacular view of the city and the surrounding mountains. The city is also the birthplace of the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the setting for the classic film “The Sound of Music”.
Where winter sports meets city life
Nestled between high mountain peaks, Innsbruck impresses with its magnificent panorama. Numerous sights, such as the Golden Roof, are located in and around the old town center, which consists of many Gothic buildings and narrow streets. The city is best known as an internationally renowned winter sports center and was the venue for the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics. The famous Bergisel ski jump, venue for the Four Hills Tournament, can be visited and offers a beautiful view of the surrounding area.
Graz is known for its charming old town, good food and an extensive cultural scene. The historic city center enchants with its small streets and picturesque red roofs and directly above the old town on the Schlossberg sits probably the most famous landmark of Graz, the clock tower.
The Wachau, a valley not far from Vienna, is the most famous wine-growing region in Austria. The beautiful landscape with its countless vineyards has a very special atmosphere. Beautiful old towns and magnificent monasteries make your stay an experience. It is also highly recommended to experience the Wachau on a boat trip on the Danube.
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