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    LGBTQ - Austria under the Rainbow

    Austria is well known for its natural beauty, for cultural offers such as historical sights, music of any genre, and a lively art scene, for excellent food, but above all for its hospitality. Here, you'll find more information about the most colourful sides of Austria.

    A country of many colours

      • White - The colour of a snowy slope on your winter holidays.
      • Yellow - Enjoying sunny days in every season.
      • Orange - A breathtaking sunset on a mountain peak.
      • Red - Fields full of poppies in Lower Austria in July for one of the best desserts ("Mohnnudeln").
      • Blue - There are more than 25,000 lakes in Austria, with the majority being of drinking water quality.
      • Indigo - The colour of a clear, blue sky in the morning.
      • Green - 48% of the national territory of Austria is covered in forest.

      That's nearly all the colours of the rainbow!

    Hotel tips for the LGBTQ community in Austria

    Kunsthistorisches Museum (Art History Museum) / Vienna
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    Vienna - for a city trip

    Hotel-Pension Wild

    At the Hotel-Pension Wild, LGBTQ guests are welcome since decades. A sports sauna in the souterrain invites to relax after a long day of sightseeing.

    Le Meridien

    The design hotel Le Meridien is located in the heart of Vienna, at the hub of the city's artistic jewels.

    Boutique Hotel Donauwalzer

    The charming Boutique Hotel Donauwalzer is closely located to Vienna's city centre, and comes with a private spa with sauna.

    Hotel Motto Vienna

    Located in the heart of the city, the Boutique Hotel Motto combines elegance and urban lifestyle.

    Enjoyment in the LOISIUM WineWorld / Loisium world of wine
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    Lower Austria and Styria

    Lower Austria - for a stay in the countryside

    Loisium Wine & Spa Hotel Langenlois

    Loisium Hotel in Kamptal combines traditional wine history, modern lifestyle and elements of the surrounding landscapes in its unique design.

    Styria - famous for its wine

    Absteige zur bärtigen Therese

    Austria's first queer mountain getaway (called "Bearded Therese" in English) sits amidst stunning landscapes, in close proximity to the vineyards, and regularly hosts fun events.

    Springtime in Pörtschach at Lake Wörthersee
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    Carinthia and Vorarlberg

    Carinthia - for holidays at the lake

    Lake's Hotel & Spa

    The Lake's Hotel & Spa is located in Pörtschach by the Wörthersee lake, with most studios and suites featuring a direct lake view.

    Hotel City Villach

    The Hotel City Villach is centrally located right in Villach's old town, surrounded by mountain peaks and crystal clear lakes.

    Vorarlberg - design meets nature

    Sporthotel Silvretta Montafon

    The Sporthotel Silvretta Montafon is your home in the mountains, a perfect spot for being active and relax.

    Sightseeing Salzburg - Gay - LGBT
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    Salzburg - the city of music

    Best Western Plus Amedia Art Salzburg

    The Best Western Plus Amedia Art Salzburg is located near the old town, the train station and the exhibition centre of Salzburg

    Landhotel Postgut

    The Landhotel Postgut in the Lungau region is perfect for a skiing holiday in winter, as well as an active summer holiday, even offering horse-back riding lessons.

    Restaurant Bar Adlers Innsbruck
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    Tirol - a combination of city and mountains

    Haus Romeo

    The Alpine Gay Resort Haus Romeo is located in Scheffau in the Wilder Kaiser mountains in Tirol - the perfect place for a summer break as well as for winter holidays.

    aDLERS

    Surrounded by the rocky sights of Tirol with the entire city of Innsbruck at your feet, hotel aDLERS makes it easy to escape your everyday life.

    Hotel Schwarzer Adler

    If the walls could talk at the Boutique Hotel Schwarzer Adler in Innsbruck, they would tell you many stories about famous artists, stars and the European high nobility staying at the hotel over the centuries.

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      Queer Vienna

      Vienna is a modern and diverse city. Here, you can love whoever you want.

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      Queer Salzburg

      Salzburg is a gem of a city with a lot of history, culture and music. Discover its queer side!

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    Queer Linz

    Graffiti at Linz Harbour
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    Must-Sees

    Linz is a pulsating, contemporary place. The creative city by the Danube is open-minded, modern and, above all, future-oriented. Be curious, and discover museums, theatres and concert halls, relax with a romantic dinner on a Danube boat or browse the stores in the centre on a shopping trip. Find here some things you should not miss on a visit to the city:

    Ars Electronica Centre: Visit the museum of the future, which is dedicated to the interaction of technology, society and art.

    Mural Harbour: Discover one of the biggest coherent Graffiti galleries in Europe.

    Pöstlingberg: Linz's local mountain invites you for an unforgettable experience and a breathtaking view of the city.

    Anton Bruckner: The famous composer lived in Linz for the better part of his life. You'll find a monument, museum, centre, and a festival dedicated to him and his works.

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    Linz - Main Square
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    Cafés, Bars, Clubs, Festivals

    Café Bar Lounge OZ ("Ohne Zwang" - without constraint): Everyone is welcome!

    RememBar: Café during the day, bar & club lounge by night, draws a large number of LGBTQ customers

    Musikcafe SAX: Gay-friendly & LBTGQ-popular bar & café, with beautiful courtyard and garden in the back

    Forty Nine: Queer bar, located in the HOSI Linz

    Blue Heaven: Bar and nightclub, popular with gay & lesbian crowd

    Linz Pride: Next date 6 July 2024

    Queer Graz

    Kunsthaus Graz
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    Must-Sees

    Graz combines culture, enjoyment, and open-mindedness in a charming and lively city. The winding streets of the Old Town have great shopping opportunities, there's a great number of historic architecture and attractions, and Schlossberg is a green oasis in the middle of the city with breathtaking views. Find here some things you should not miss on a visit to the city:

    Schlossberg Mountain: A former air raid shelter has been transformed into something completely different.

    Kunsthaus Graz: The "friendly alien" looks like an UFO has landed in the heart of the city. It is the city's architectural landmark which houses countless exhibits featuring international contemporary art.

    Culinary Capital Graz: Styria is known for fresh, local ingredients, and the signature cuisine is all about feel-good dishes like crispy battered chicken, colourful salads and artisan chocolate.

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    Hosi-Fest in Salzburg
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    Cafés, Bars, Clubs, Festivals

    STARS Café-Bar: one of a few gay venues in Graz

    Café Silber: gay-friendly café bar & restaurant with outdoor seating area

    The FAGtory Club: celebrates with techno, pop and fun trash music, spread over 2 floors, since 2014

    BaseMENt 2.0: cruising lounge bar, night club

    Tuntenball: This iconic Drag Ball is evidence that, while Graz certainly has a buttoned-up and conservative side, it knows how to celebrate diversity in a big way. The next date is 22 February 2025.

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