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Visit Austria in winter to ski the Alps or arrive in summer for cycling along the Danube River. Enjoy the charms of Austria’s outdoor delights, historic palaces and metropolitan cities.
Start your visit in Vienna on a tram tour around the Ringstrasse, where most of the city’s museums, galleries and opulent Habsburg palaces and government buildings are located. Look for Gustav Klimt artworks around the city. Stop for coffee and a slice of delicious Sachertorte at one of Vienna’s coffee houses. These spots were once meeting places for Vienna’s intellectuals and creative types. Complete your visit with a night of Mozart and Strauss music played by the Vienna Mozart Orchestra.
Follow the Danube out of the city to the grape-growing countryside and verdant landscapes of the Wachau region. Rent a bicycle and follow riverside bike paths with stop-offs to tour historic monasteries and castles and sample Riesling wines from the welcoming vineyards.
For delicious cheeses to accompany your wine, head to the Bregenzerwald and stay in alpine villages tucked amid lush pine forests. The forests and wildflower-covered hills are fantastic for hiking or cross-country skiing. Melting snow from the Bregenzerwald Mountains feeds into Lake Constance on the border of Germany and Switzerland. Enjoy watersports and boat cruises on the lake or cycle around it to discover fruit farms, abbeys and villages where you can enjoy freshly caught fish.
From November through April, enjoy skiing and snowboarding, cozy chalets and hearty cuisine in the Tirol region in the Alps. Relax tired muscles in outdoor thermal baths surrounded by snowy peaks or meet local residents on a farm stay where you can help with tending livestock before a meal of home-grown produce. Visit Tirol’s capital, Innsbruck, to explore more castles, museums and galleries and sample strudel and sausages.
Visitors to Austria can fly into Vienna International Airport. Discover Austria’s charms by rail. Trains run between the city, countryside and mountains and offer a scenic and fast way to get around the country. Trains also connect Austria with its neighboring countries.
A: If you'd love to explore the glorious landscapes of the region of Vienna, renting a set of wheels is a fantastic idea. You'll have the freedom to go wherever you want, when you want. With our useful guide to Cheap Car Hire in Austria, you'll be tearing down the highway in a heartbeat. If your holiday's more about experiencing the incredible cities of Vienna or Graz, public transportation (or ride-share services) may be your best bet.
A: Your holiday adventure in Austria will most likely begin at one of the following international terminals:
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A: Spanish Riding School, Burgtheater and St. Stephen's Cathedral are some of the first things that spring to mind when you think of Vienna. We recommend you see these up close if your holiday includes a stop in this dynamic city.
And if you're also visiting Graz, don't miss Graz Cathedral, Styrian Armoury and Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II.
Lastly, if you're staying only in Linz, you'll be wanting to fit in as much exploring as you possibly can. Here, the locals favor Linz Castle Museum, St. Martin's Church and Lentos Art Museum.
Great location only a 2 minute walk to the terminal, made an early morning departure a breeze. Only draw back is there isnt anything to do near by that I could find so it truly is a eat and sleep hotel not that that is a bad thing!
Great hotel with great rooms. Breakfast was excellent an staff really friendly! Hotel is close to metro but also walkable to downtown.
Great location and value, wonderful staff. Beds are comfortable and clean.
Fantastic location and delightful staff who made our stay extremely welcoming and enjoyable.
The location is very good. For the price I payed, I was really surprised with the quality of the room and the hotel itself. While it is not in the city center (30 min metro ride), it is a 15 min walk from the Shonbruun castle which is probably the number 1 thing to see while in Vienna!
Everything is great apart from the wifi for which I was getting a download speed of 2mbps. On the first night I phoned reception and they said they would have a technician look at the wifi and that reception was better in the lobby. No one really wants to have to go to the lobby to use the Internet. ...
The room was very small especially the shower, I was hardly able to move inside it... Wifi was very bad and fragmented