Austria is filled with magnificent castles and palaces, grandiose witnesses of a bygone era. Follow the footsteps of emperors and knights and let history come alive.
Thermal waters that massage the skin, relaxation and rejuvenation for the body, and clear alpine air at the door. Did you know physical well-being could be this agreeable?
A family holiday is a holiday with the kids, not all about the kids, and those who think children are obliged to go on countless hikes in Austria are a little behind the times.
Three of Austria's regional capitals are UNESCO listed, and all are worth a visit. From Vienna via Salzburg to Bregenz, explore Austria's vibrant cities.
With first-hand local knowledge, we've compiled a list of the best Austrian eateries, to guarantee a gourmet gastronomic break, whatever time of the year you might be visiting.
It's easy to browse the day away along one of these favourite shopping streets. The longest shopping mile of all is Mariahilfer Straße in Vienna, followed by Landstraße in Linz.
The many routes to pleasure.
Farmers’ market, flea market or potters’ market: Markets are a feast for all senses and a celebration of colours, scents and voices.
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