Austria is a German-speaking country in Central Europe, characterized by mountain villages, baroque architecture, Imperial history and rugged Alpine terrain. Vienna, its Danube River capital, is home to the Schönbrunn and Hofburg palaces. It has counted Mozart, Strauss and Freud among its residents. The country’s other notable regions include the northern Bohemian Forest, Traunsee Lake and eastern hillside vineyards.
VIENNA – the capital, famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm
SALZBURG – the baroque city which is dominated by churches, castles and palaces, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, listed by UNESCO
HALLSTATT – nestled between the edge of Hallstätter See and the towering Dachstein mountains, Austria’s oldest and possibly most photographed village
BAD ISCHL – considered a spa town owing to its history of involvement with salt mining and also brine pools
DACHSTEIN – the highest peak in Styria and the symbol of the Schladming Dachstein region, famous for a unique and spectacular panorama gondola, the Austria’s highest suspension bridge which amazes with a view over Austria’s highest peaks and an unrestricted line of sight 400 metres downwards over the rugged rocks of the Dachstein Massif and it is directly linked to the Dachstein Ice Palace and a Stairway to Nothingness.
GRAZ – the Styrian capital with roots dating back to the Roman age, well-known for its striking buildings and architecture
ROGNER BAD BLUMAU – a thermal bath and hotel, designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser famous for its complex are the wooded roofs, organic forms, colorful facades and golden domes, the 330 colorful columns and more than 2,400 windows