Leithaberg DAC Wines
The Leithaberg is one of the oldest wine growing regions in the world, located in the northern part of Burgenland.
Dine fine in Alpine sunshine
In Innsbruck you are spoilt for choice by a vast range of gourmet restaurants offering superb cuisine ...
Innsbruck’s Christmas Markets
Innsbruck’s Christmas markets (from Nov 15 - Jan 6) rank among the finest in the Alpine Region.
In Vienna, there are about as many ways to enjoy breakfast as there are coffee varieties on the menu of a typical coffeehouse.
Kaiser Josef Markt
Foodies will tell you that the town’s most important attraction lies just a little off the historic city center of Graz.
Tasting Austria’s Red Wine Country
Wine shops and vinotheques are the perfect places for wine lovers to learn everything about wines and to taste the various unique wine styles from the Burgenland.
Burgenland’s Liquid Gold
Savor one of the world’s rare noble sweet wines on the Banks of the Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland.
Foodies at the Arthotel Blaue Gans
Contemporary art compliments the traditional Austrian Cuisine at the arthotel blaue gans.
Dining on a higher level
Choose from mouthwatering Tyrolean specialties, international cuisine, health-conscious menu options or vegetarian alternatives.
Burgenland’s Christmas Markets
One of the most attractive and effective ways to enjoy the icy cold of winter.
Coziness Behind the Twigs
Buschenschank: Discover Austria’s alternative to Fast Food.
Riedel: a Symphony of Glass & Taste
The effect of a Riedel glass on fine wine is profound. And among wine connoisseurs the go-to vessel.
Stanz: Austria’s top distilling village
It takes a village: Stanz in Tirol is Austria’s top producer of high-quality Schnapps.
Bake your own Apple Strudel
Witness the art of strudel making at The Café Residenz at Schönbrunn Palace.
Zotter Chocolate Factory
Ever had "hemp-mocha" or "welschriesling" chocolate? We didn't think so. Meet the Austrian "Willi Wonka".
A New Shrine to Austrian Wine
The LOISIUM world of wine is a new addition visionary addition to Austria's wine country.
Graz – Capital of Culinary Delights
When you hear gourmands rave about "Austria's delicatessen," they're most likely talking about Graz.
The Wine Village of Purbach
Discover the Wine and Gourmet Village of Purbach
A Baroque Winery with an iconic Past and a visionary future...
Music Film Festival in Vienna
Nightlife, films, musical performances, and food vendors from Vienna’s best restaurants transform the square in front of Vienna’s City Hall into a hub for summer fun.
Discover Styrian Food Secrets
Enjoy simple yet classical food at the Steirer restaurant in Styria's capital: Graz.
Palais Coburg Wine Archive
The Palais Coburg now houses a most luxurious all-suite hotel, a gourmet restaurant and a collection of rare wines that seeks international comparison.
Luxury Spa Escape in the Vineyards
Enjoy a luxurious weekend of relaxation and enjoyment at the small boutique hotel Wein-Genuss in Pössnitzberg.
Gut Purbach: Fine Art & Cuisine
Chef Max Stiegl enjoys a cult following at Gut Purbach for his authentic cuisine...
Enjoy a Vineyard Brunch
Weritas, a cool green shimmering glass structure is perched on the edge of the loess precipice called the Wagram...
Christmas Season in Graz
During Advent, as the four weeks that lead up to Christmas are called in Austria, Graz literally lights up at night.
Plachutta: a Viennese Institution
The national dish of Austria, Tafelspitz, is the most popular entrée at the Viennese restaurant, Plachutta.
Wiener Mélange with Strauss Music
Delicious coffee specialties, yummy pastries, all enjoyed in cozy seats and couches, paired with live piano 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.
Blaufränkisch: Burgenland’s grape
If you love wine, you love the Burgenland and Blaufränkisch.
It’s no secret that winemaking is a key characteristic to Austria’s profile, but many are surprised to learn that Vienna is an important wine region, too.
As a vital institution to the city’s culture, the Viennese coffeehouse embraces the simple pleasures of life.
La Véranda - Eat and Drink in Style!
Reserve a table at La Véranda, the restaurant of the luxury boutique hotel Sans Souci in Vienna.
Vienna’s trendy Yppenmarkt
Explore one of the largest open-air markets in Vienna, and then meander over to Yppenplatz to browse through trendy shops and restaurants.
MuseumsQuartier: Art & Joie Vivre
One of the largest art and culture complexes in the world sits like an urban living room in the heart of Vienna.