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Discover the city of Klagenfurt Austria © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver Discover the city of Klagenfurt Austria © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver

Klagenfurt

Want to enjoy culture, conquer mountains and jump into a turquoise lake? Then Klagenfurt in Carinthia might just be perfect for you!
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City view of St. Poelten © Österreich Werbung /  Popp-Hackner City view of St. Poelten © Österreich Werbung / Popp-Hackner

St. Pölten

Austria’s youngest provincial capital can look back on a long history, with its town charter dating back to the twelfth century.

Lower Austria's capital
Birdseye view of the Kunsthaus Graz also called the friendly alien © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver Birdseye view of the Kunsthaus Graz also called the friendly alien © Österreich Werbung / Julius Silver

Graz

The Styrian capital Graz, with roots dating back to the Roman age, lies on either side of River Mur. Graz is well-known for its striking buildings and architecture.

Styria's capital
Maria Theresien Street in Innsbruck © Innsbruck Tourismus Maria Theresien Street in Innsbruck © Innsbruck Tourismus

Innsbruck

Past and future meet seamlessly in the heart of the Alps as Innsbruck’s world-famous sights stand alongside post-modern international architecture.

Tirol's capital
Linz, the Danube © Linz Tourismus / Johann  Steininger Linz, the Danube © Linz Tourismus / Johann Steininger

Linz

The city of Linz is home to a charming old town, a vibrant music and arts scene, and the world's largest outdoor graffiti gallery.

Upper Austria's capital
The Bregenz Festival © Österreich Werbung /  Popp-Hackner The Bregenz Festival © Österreich Werbung / Popp-Hackner

Bregenz

Vorarlberg’s capital is located at Lake Constance, Central Europe’s third largest lake, offering a dense cultural programme and wide range of outdoor activities.

Vorarlberg’s capital
Esterhazy Palace in Eisenstadt © Österreich Werbung /  Popp-Hackner Esterhazy Palace in Eisenstadt © Österreich Werbung / Popp-Hackner

Eisenstadt

Despite being Austria’s smallest provincial capital, this former seat of the Esterházy noble family range, home to some 13,000 inhabitants, has plenty to offer its guests.

Burgenland's capital

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