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High End Luxury Tours To AUSTRIA

High End Luxury Tours To Austria – Austria is something on a film set, as lavish and decadent as a Viennese ball where old-society dames waltz, gallop and polka with new-millennium drag queens. Be it the jewel-box Habsburg palaces and coffee houses of Vienna, the baroque brilliance of Salzburg or the towering peaks that claw at the snowline above Innsbruck, the backdrop for travel in this predominantly German-speaking, landlocked Alpine country is phenomenal. Natural landscapes – a symphony of giddy mountain vistas, dazzling glaciers and jaw-dropping ravines – are as artful as a Mozart masterpiece or that romantic dance Strauss taught the world. Whether you’re a culture vulture or a great-outdoors buff, Austria is one country in Europe where you’ll have a real ball.

Best time to visit in Austria

Year-around

Best time to visit in Austria

Year-around

Places to visit in Austria

  • Vienna’s Christkindlmarkt (Christmas market), mug of mulled vine in hand.
  • The opulent state apartments, prancing Lipizzaner stallions and jewels the size of golf balls in Vienna’s palatial Hofburg.
  • Salzburg, the city where music, art and architecture achieve baroque perfection.
  • Innsbruck’s medieval heart, dwarfed by majestic snowcapped peaks.
  • Eisriesen, the world’s largest accessible ice caves.

Places to visit in Austria

  • Vienna’s Christkindlmarkt (Christmas market) , mug of mulled vine in hand.
  • The opulent state apartments, prancing Lipizzaner stallions and jewels the size of golf balls in Vienna’s palatial Hofburg.
  • Salzburg , the city where music , art and architecture achieve baroque perfection.
  • Innsbruck’s medieval heart , dwarfed by majestic snowcapped peaks.
  • Eisriesen , the world’s largest accessible ice caves.

Top things to do in Austria

  • Ravel in Vienna’s extraordinary cultural extravaganza, climaxing with a performance at its celebrated opera house.
  • Catch a Sunday morning concert by the Vienna Boys’ Choir, at the Burgkapelle.
  • Road-trip through the Hole Tauern National Park along the overwhelmingly scenic Grossglockner Road.
  • Dip into one lake after another in the glassy-blue Salzkammergut lake district.
  • Hurl yourself on skis down the spectacular Harakiri – Austria’s steepest slope – in Mayrhofen, or hobnob with the jet-set ski crowd in upmarket Lech.

Top things to do in Austria

  • Ravel in Vienna’s extraordinary cultural extravaganza , climaxing with a performance at its celebrated opera house.
  • Catch a Sunday morning concert by the Vienna Boys’ Choir , at the Burgkapelle.
  • Road-trip through the Hole Tauern National Park along the overwhelmingly scenic Grossglockner Road.
  • Dip into one lake after another in the glassy-blue Salzkammergut lake district.
  • Hurl yourself on skis down the spectacular Harakiri – Austria’s steepest slope – in Mayrhofen, or hobnob with the jet-set ski crowd in upmarket Lech.

Discover Austria

  • Read The Piano Teacher (also a film), by 2004 Nobel Laureate Elfriede Jelinek, to acquaint yourself with one of the most provocative Austrian writers.
  • Listen to Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn and Schubert.
  • Watch Milos Forman’s Amadeus for the tale of Mozart and rival composer Antonio Salieri.
  • Eat a bowl of soup speckled with Knodel (dumplings), followed by a Wiener schnitzel (breaded veal or pork escalope) and sweet Salzburger Nockerl (fluffy soufflé).
  • Drink Sturm (semifermented Heuriger wine) in autumn, Gluhwein (hot spiced red wine) in winter, and coffee in a kaffeehause any time of year.

Discover Austria

  • Read The Piano Teacher (also a film) , by 2004 Nobel Laureate Elfriede Jelinek , to acquaint yourself with one of the most provocative Austrian writers.
  • Listen to Beethoven , Mozart , Haydn and Schubert.
  • Watch Milos Forman’s Amadeus for the tale of Mozart and rival composer Antonio Salieri.
  • Eat a bowl of soup speckled with Knodel (dumplings) , followed by a Wiener schnitzel (breaded veal or pork escalope) and sweet Salzburger Nockerl (fluffy soufflé).
  • Drink Sturm (semifermented Heuriger wine) in autumn , Gluhwein (hot spiced red wine) in winter , and coffee in a kaffeehause any time of year.

Austria Highlights

Julie Andrews and The Sound of Music, apple strudel, Strauss waltzes, edelweiss, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Freud, Mozart

Austria Highlights

Julie Andrews and The Sound of Music , apple strudel , Strauss waltzes , edelweiss , Arnold Schwarzenegger , Freud , Mozart

One word for Austria Tourism

Gruss Gott (Hello)

One word for Austria Tourism

Gruss Gott (Hello)
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