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An air of aristocracy accosts you at every turn; the magnificent Danube ebbs and flows here, and the entire landscape tempts you to jump up and sing “the hills are alive”... that's Austria. Top this with quirky art, eccentric festivals and unbeatable cuisine and there you have our go-to spot for a memorable holiday!
Schönbrunn, Vienna – Considered by many to be the best sight in Vienna, this summer residence beckons you with imperial gardens, superb architecture and a stunning collection of artefacts, furniture, crockery and more.
Hofburg, Vienna – The former imperial residence holds court in royal style! Discover Empress Sisi’s obsessions, passions and quirks. Watch the Lipizzaner Stallions at practice and keep an ear out for the Vienna boys’ choir in the chapel.
Ringstrasse, Vienna – A stroll down this boulevard is a practical lesson on the country’s rich history and culture.
Cathedral of St. James, Innsbruck – The sheer wonder of its lavish baroque interiors, will leave you awestruck.
Small historic towns of Austria – 5 routes to choose from, 15 unbelievably beautiful, historic and picturesque towns to visit. On course are Bad Ischl known as the Emperor’s town, medieval Feldkirch and Gmunden (known for its ceramics). This trip also takes you to Austria’s culinary heart. Savour venison, fresh fish from mountain lakes, regional cheeses and tavern specialties. Or simply pick route 5, devoted to wine and vineyards!
Paragliding, Schmittenhöhe – Extraordinary thermal lifts make Schmittenhöhe an ideal spot to paraglide. Soar at 2,000 mts to view the beautiful valley below. Neophytes can always go tandem with a pro.
Ski classes, Kitzsteinhorn – Snowed in from October to June, Kitzsteinhorn is a prime ski destination. Wide glacial slopes, a variety of pistes (tracks) for skiers and the attraction of Austria’s largest super pipe, just add to the magic.
River Rafting, Salzburg – Three rivers around Salzburg offer spectacular rafting trips for everyone from beginners to pros. Choose the Salzach, Saalach or Lammer and enjoy pristine Alpine waters, surprising twists and turns and enthralling Austrian scenery. All are easy trips from Zell am See, Salzburg or Kaprun.
Sigmund Thun Gorge, Kaprun – This deep gorge left behind by glacial shifts, now has the Ache River flowing through it. Rocky riverbanks, whirlpools and smooth rocks make it a naturalist’s favourite. Take the wooden walkway in summer for a closer look.