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Austria’s cities fascinate with their monumental buildings spanning all major epochs from Gothic to Renaissance, from Baroque to Jugendstil, as well as contemporary architecture. Historic settings are the backdrop for today's events, leisurely shopping tours and wonderful culinary experiences. Let yourself be charmed!

Cities in Austria

The Bregenz Festival © Österreich Werbung / Popp Hackner The Bregenz Festival © Österreich Werbung / Popp Hackner

Bregenz

Vorarlberg’s capital is beautifully located at Lake Constance, Central Europe’s third largest lake. It offers a dense cultural program coupled with a wide range of outdoor activities.
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Innsbruck's enchanting old town. © Innsbruck Tourismus/Christof Lackner Innsbruck's enchanting old town. © Innsbruck Tourismus/Christof Lackner

Innsbruck

Past and future meet in the heart of the Alps, where Innsbruck’s world-famous sights, which testify to the Tirol province’s great past, stand alongside post-modern international architecture to create a fascinating blend.
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Salzburg's old town with the majestic Hohensalzburg Fortress © TSG Tourismus Salzburg GmbH Salzburg's old town with the majestic Hohensalzburg Fortress © TSG Tourismus Salzburg GmbH

Salzburg

Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Historic city center Klagenfurt © Tourismus Region Klagenfurt am Wörthersee GmbH Historic city center Klagenfurt © Tourismus Region Klagenfurt am Wörthersee GmbH

Klagenfurt

For summer vacations Klagenfurt is ideally located near Lake Wörthersee, one of Europe’s largest and warmest Alpine lakes. The city is enjoyable throughout the year with its Mediterranean climate, sunny winter days, colorful autumn and a mild spring.
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Panorama view of Linz with the river Danube © linztourismus_Johann Steininger Panorama view of Linz with the river Danube © linztourismus_Johann Steininger

Linz

The capital city of Upper Austria is enjoying its role of mediator between traditional and contemporary arts.
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The modern government district in Sankt Poelten © Österreich Werbung, Popp Hackner The modern government district in Sankt Poelten © Österreich Werbung, Popp Hackner

St. Pölten

St. Poelten, the youngest of Austria’s capitals, combines a baroque city center with modern architecture like no other Austrian city.
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View over imperial Vienna © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver View over imperial Vienna © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver

Vienna

Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. It is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.
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The historic city center of Eisenstadt © Österreich Werbung / Rainer Fehringer The historic city center of Eisenstadt © Österreich Werbung / Rainer Fehringer

Eisenstadt

Despite being Austria’s smallest provincial capital, this former seat of the noble Esterhazy family and home to some 13,000 inhabitants.
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They city mountain Schlossberg in Graz © Graz Tourismus, Harry Schiffer They city mountain Schlossberg in Graz © Graz Tourismus, Harry Schiffer

Graz

The Styrian capital Graz, whose roots date back to the Roman age, lies on both sides of the River Mur, and is well-known for its medieval city center and modern architectural highlights.
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