Nothing is as inspiring and invigorating as new discoveries. Our selection of extraordinary travel experiences throughout Austria will make your trip even more special. Find "off the beaten path" wine taverns, attend world class concerts or explore the best scenic hiking trails...Find out more about Austria's Moments of Bliss
Equally controversial and successful in his day, Gustav Klimt was one of the central figures of fin-de-siècle Vienna, the epoch that marked the beginning of Modernism. Today Vienna’s museums accommodate the majority of popular paintings as well as huge numbers of little-known drawings by Gustav Klimt.Find out where to see Klimt's works in Vienna
"Either I am too old, or too nervous, or too stupid - there must be something wrong", Klimt once wrote in a letter. Though facing continuous difficulties in his work, in the years 1907 and 1908 the painter created a centrepiece of the Jugendstil movement: The Kiss.Find out more about "The Kiss"
It is Innsbrucks unique setting as a dazzling city inbetween impressive mountain ranges, that the Hungerburg funicular takes advantage of: Just a stone throw away from the famous “Goldenes Dachl” (golden roof) you can start your journey into lofty mountain heights.Find out more about Hungerburg funicular
A new way to climb a mountain: not far from Innsbruck’s famed “Goldenes Dachl”, an amorphous ice formation glitters in the sun. Upon closer inspection, however, it reveals itself as the lower terminus of the Hungerburgbahn hybrid funicular railway, whose striking appearance sprung from the imagination of star architect Zaha Hadid.Hungerburg Funicular in Innsbruck
In the middle of Tirol’s Alpine landscape, one is treated to a close-up look at the lifestyle of prominent Austrians of the past, such as Empress Maria Theresa and “Sisi”: Innsbruck’s Hofburg, one of the three most important historical buildings in Austria, was once a favourite residence of the Habsburgs.The imperial Hofburg Innsbruck
Austria's diverse cultural offerings include over 200 festivals, stretching from world scale events to small regional gatherings. Many of them make use of Austria's beautiful surroundings and most of them offer an outstanding culinary menu to accompany the cultural experience.Find out more about Austrian festivals
You know Vienna for it's music and culture, for the coffee houses (yes, we did have coffee houses 300 years before Starbucks, or at least that’s what tradition tells us), for the Opera and for the Imperial history that the city still showcases everywhere.Find out more about Vienna for gay travellers