Austria is set in central Europe. It conjures up images of the mighty Gross Glockner mountain and glamorous Alpine ski resorts surrounded by pristine pistes and aquamarine lakes. However, the country’s breathtaking nature only tells a small part of the story. With residents like Mozart, Freud, and other legendary figures playing an important role in developing the world we know today, the country is also blessed with a rich heritage.

From the quaint, cobbled streets of timeless Innsbruck with its famous Golden Roof, to the enthralling Vienna Staatsoper, one of the most famous opera an ballet venues in the world, the historical choices are as diverse as they are seductive. The longstanding ‘Kaffeehaus kultur’ and the country’s delectable strudels, schnitzels and beer are enough reason to visit, alone. Chic, world-class cities are packed with spectacular modern and contemporary art galleries and a multitude of entertainment opportunities.

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Electrical sockets in Austria are one of the two European standard electrical socket types: The ‘Type F’German style Schuko and the ‘Type C’ Europlug….

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CurrencyAustria uses the European monetary unit, the euro (€). Euro bills come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500; coins are worth…

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Standards of hygiene in relation to food health and safety in Austria are generally high in hotels, restaurants, pubs and nightspots. Austrian food is…

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Austria is located in a temperate climatic zone with a Central European climate influenced by the Atlantic climate. The four seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall…

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Austria boasts an excellent road network. However, almost all of the bigger cities suffer from severe parking availability problems. Spaces are scarce…

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Austrians tend to wear clothing that is quite formal and stylish. Smart casual clothes are appropriate for sightseeing and for eating out. Austrian women…

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Berewang, translating roughly as ‘bear meadow’, is the highest village in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, offering spectacular views of the Zugspitze and an array of activities…

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Fiss is situated in Tyrol’s Landeck district, among the upper reaches of the beautiful Inn River. Fiss is an attractive ski town offering bucolic scenes, an…

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Imst is a charming town located in Austria’s Tyrol state, at the heart of ski territory – with the Oetztal Valley, Pitztal Glazier and Hoch-Imst at…

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Innsbruck lies in the famous Alps. It is the capital of the Austrian state of Tyrol. It has a relatively mild Alpine climate and a lot…

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Kufstein, often referred to as the ‘Pearl of Tyrol’, is a gorgeous historic town, surrounded by the majestic Kaiser Mountains, and is the second-largest in the…

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The famous city of Salzburg, close to the German border, is one of the best-preserved city centres in Europe. Its winding cobbled streets are a treasure…

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Resting over the banks of the Danube River in northeastern Austria, Vienna, the country’s capital city, is famous for its classical music heritage and reflects an…

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Zugspitz Arena

Zugspitz Arena is a popular destination in the Austrian-Bavarian border region, encompassing seven pretty traditional villages and known as a winter wonderland for skiers and a…

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