A day of fresh air in the mountains, an afternoon lost in modern art and architecture, a moment of wonder at opera in the most surprising of settings. And, with plenty of time for unexpected discoveries, Austria is one summer holiday destination that you'd return to in a second.Where's your happy place?
This Baroque masterpiece houses is one of Europe's most important museums, the Gallery Belvedere Vienna. In the Upper Belvedere the world's largest collection of paintings by Gustav Klimt is on display, alongside works by Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka.One of Vienna's Highlights
The building Kunsthaus Graz, designed by Peter Cook and Colin Fournier, has an organic shape with a skin made of iridescent blue acrylic panels. One of the most unusual museums you'll ever visit. It has become an attraction for art lovers and the culturally minded from all over the world.The Friendly Alien
Fall for Vienna's Imperial palaces, opulent Jugendstil cafés and the MuseumQuartier's cultural riches. Mozart runs through Salzburg's baroque veins. Peer above red-tiled rooftops and gables in Graz's Old Town, up to pointy alpine peaks from Innsbruck's maze of narrow streets, and seek out Roman-rooted Linz on the Danube's banks.Austria's Cities
Vienna is well known for it's music and culture, for the coffee houses, the Opera and the Imperial history which the city still showcases everywhere. Vienna’s cultural appeal is, in fact, what draws an ever larger number of gay and lesbian travelers to the city.Plan your Visit