Austria has much to offer, high mountains and alpine pastures in the west, Mediterranean lakes in the south and scenic plains in the east. A land of majestic buildings and of the rural culture and history of past centuries.
For more than 300 years, Vienna was the residence of the emperor and the nobility had their fine palaces built in this city that was dominated by Baroque architecture. The Hofburg was the residence of the royal family and the legislative centre of the city, with 18 wings, 19 courtyards and more than 2,500 rooms.
The mighty central cupola of the National Library spans 30 meters high above the most beautiful reading hall in the world and each day, white Lipizzaner stallions are trained in the Spanish Riding School.
The Wachau covers 36 kilometers of the Danube Delta with medieval old towns, castles and ruins, a Baroque monastery and an ancient vine growing culture.
Linz is the capital of Upper Austria and is a dynamic industrial city with an old town that has a long history. It is the third largest city in Austria and is located on both banks of the Danube with several connecting bridges.
Salzburg is a city of bishops and of music and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Austria, as well as being the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road travels through one of the greatest natural landscapes in the world, the Hohe Tauern National Park, a remarkable mountain world in which nature is at its most glorious.
Although this former powerful realm of the Habsburg Dynasty is now a relatively small country, its history, traditions and the diversity of its remarkable landscapes have retained their irresistible allure. Austria will always be the majestic land in the very heart of Europe!