Austria Vacation & Tour Packages
Vienna is a very popular stop on a tour of the major cities of Central and Eastern Europe and good place to start or end your vacation as it is served by a number of airlines with direct flights to the U.S. If you'd prefer to get a feel for a very different kind of Austrian city then pretty Salzburg, surrounded by mountains is well worthy of a stop and we often combine this in an itinerary that will take you from Prague, south to Cesky Krumlov for an overnight or maybe just a few hour stop, then on to Salzburg. If you'd prefer to concentrate on just one country, adding some time in Austria's alpine sports capital Innsbruck is an excellent addition to an Austria itinerary.
Wherever you go in Austria there's no doubt about its Old Europe heritage. Solid architecture and no-nonsense solid cuisine to match. Admire the splendor of Vienna's city center while sitting in one of its Habsburg-era grand cafés. Sample the country's many excellent white wnes, particularly from the Wachau Valley, a popular day trip from Vienna.
Surrounded on all sides by Schengen neighbors, travel to Austria is effortless, with no passport checks or queues at the borders.
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Where to Find the Legendary Lipizzan Horses
Even if you've never heard of Lipizzan horses, you probably know what they look like. These beautiful white horses are practically the stuff of legend.
The breed dates back to the 16th century, when
For any foodie visiting a country for the first time priority number one is to eat something local. But the cuisines on offer in most cities are much wider than just local
Where to Find Mozart in Salzburg
There's no doubt about it, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) is Salzburg's most famous son. It has been more than 200 years since the death of the genius composer, but everywhere you look there seem