The Esterházy Legacy
Discover the history of the legendary Esterhazy Dynasty and wander in the footsteps of one of Europe’s most influential families.
Stroll through downtown Innsbruck
Innsbruck’s medieval downtown radiates a very special atmosphere.
Salzburg’s Cathedral District
The DomQuartier Salzburg was the seat of power from which the city’s prince-archbishops expanded their influence over the region.
Home of the Lipizzan Horses
In a setting of lush fields, gently rolling hills and green forests, the Lipizzaner Stud Farm Piber couldn’t be more picturesque.
Benedictine tradition meets contemporary art in this imposing monastery off the beaten path in northwest Styria.
The Museum The Emperor Built
Built by Emperor Franz Joseph to house the fabulous Habsburg collections, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna now figures among the world’s most important museums.
Visit the unique world of Hellbrunn’s trick fountains and Mannerist architecture for an afternoon of amazing family fun.
Reopening the Kunstkammer Vienna
The most important collection of its kind, the Kunstkammer Vienna, returned – newly renovated and enhanced – to the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna after 10 years.
The sites of "The Sound of Music"
In the footsteps of the Von Trapp Family with “The Sound of Music”
World-class Art & Culinary Delights
Featuring world-renowned collections dating back five millennia, Austria’s principal museum of fine arts is an institution devoted to indulging our senses.
Discover the more than 900-year-old Hohensalzburg Fortress, an evidence of Salzburg’s medieval history. Take a ride or walk to the largest, fully preserved fortress in central Europe
Touring Vienna off the Beaten Path
Explore the lesser known sides of Vienna and its hidden cultural gems with Vienna Walks & Talks, or discover the shadowy world of Orson Welles’ Vienna on “The Third Man” Tour.
Explore the Schönbrunn Zoo
The world’s oldest zoo is alive with activity day and night, rain or shine.
The Imperial Treasury
The Imperial Treasury showcases an impressive collection of medieval royal objects such as the Austrian imperial crown and insignia, and many more.
Vienna Boys’ Choir
See Austria’s “singing ambassadors" perform every Sunday at mass in Vienna’s Imperial Chapel.
Old town of Graz
The heart and soul of the renaissance city of Graz. Take a stroll and discover charming alleys, futuristic looking museums and a mountain in the city center.
Perched on top of a steep cliff, yet hidden from plain view, Herberstein castle looks like something straight out of a fairytale.
An eccentric Austrian noble family was committed to astronomy when creating the castle: 4 towers, 24 state rooms, 31 rooms per floor, 52 doors & 365 windows.
Mozart’s Musical Game
Your name interpreted by...Mozart? Leave it to Haus der Musik, Vienna's endlessly creative discovery museum, to make it happen.
Imperial Carriage Museum
Located near the main entrance of the Schoenbrunn Palace this museum showcases a unique collection of imperial carriages as well as uniforms.
Graz: Arms, Arts & Armor
The armory, which dates back to 1642, is the only orinial armory left in Europe. Discover iron armor plates, needle sharp spears and endless rows of heavy halberds.
Open Air Museum Grossgmain
Immerse yourself in the historical everyday life of Austrian farmers and discover 400 years of the history of agricultural development and farm management of Salzburg state.
The Mint Museum Hall
Visit the historic town of Hall in Tirol and discover the birth place of the modern-day Dollar.
Open-Air Museum Stübing
The meticulous attention to detail in the fully furnished farms, gardens and an historic grocery almost has you believe that time travel is possible.
The Schlossberg of Graz
Hike up the Schlossberg and visit the landmark of Graz: the Uhrturm (clocktower), dating back to the 13th century.
The mighty, 900-year-old fortress of Hohenwerfen, set in a beautiful alpine setting, is located just outside Salzburg.
The Belvedere Vienna
Vienna’s stunning Belvedere Palace houses the world’s largest collection of paintings by Klimt.