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Austria's Small Historic Towns

Visitors have long been charmed by the sense of tradition, love of life and warm hospitality that defines Austria’s quaint towns, and this collection offers you just that.

Hidden across Austria like precious gems, far from the city hustle, 15 towns form Austria’s Small Historic Towns. With an average of 14,000 residents, each town has been selected according to special criteria. There is Bad Ischl known as the Emperor’s town, Feldkirch which is a pretty, medieval settlement, and Gmunden famous for its ceramics - to name just a few.

Each season has its own special appeal in Austria's Small Historic Towns. Whether you stay for a weekend in one town, or plan a small trip through various destinations discovering the marvellous lake and mountain scenery nearby, these hidden gems will not fail to enchant.

Austria's Small Historic Towns

Austria's Small Historic Towns

Austria's Small Historic Towns

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