Easter in Austria brings out more colours than you could imagine in culture, cuisine and customs, practiced by young and old. The various Easter Markets invite you to experience regional traditions under the blanket of the delightful spring sunshine, with a grand selection of concerts to fill the evenings with music.Our Easter Market Guide
From the middle of November until the end of the year, Austria is the place to find romantic Christmas Markets. Glistening lights, seasonal treats and snow-covered roofs make for a magical experience in Austria's towns and squares, forming an idyllic advent getaway.Our Christmas Market Guide
Imagine the lights of a Christmas tree rivalling the glistening tiles of the Golden Roof, the aroma of freshly made “Kiachln” (piping hot doughnuts laced with Sauerkaut), and the sound of traditional Christmas carols. This is Christmas time in Innsbruck.Visit Christmas Markets in Innsbruck
The fragrance of gingerbread and Linzer Torte from the Christmas Markets, pastry shops and cafes, the lights of the city skyline combining old with new, and the enticements of shopping in the city of Linz all bring you that step closer towards Christmas Eve.Visit Christmas Markets in Linz
Holidays are never holidays without a bit of shopping, so visitors will be delighted by the many large malls, small souvenir shops and splendid shopping streets across Austria. Go bargain hunting at one of the many colourful markets, stroll along an upscale shopping street, or indulge in some serious shopping at 1000m above sea level.