The House of Mozart in Vienna

The House of Mozart in Vienna

In the apartment on Domgasse 5 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived some of his most happy and prolific years of his life from 1784 until 1787. He composed there "The Marriage of Figaro" and "The Impresario". The famous composer didn’t live for such a long period in any other apartment, so this is for sure a sign of his commitment to this place. The building was transformed to a museum and has many exhibitions on three floors. We would like to give you a short presentation of the House of M... [ read more ]

Top 5 tourist attractions in Steyr

Top 5 tourist attractions in Steyr

Steyr is a beautiful town in Austria, were you can spend some unforgettable days. The city is culturally very rich and offers many attractions that should be visited. The city of Steyr provides many beautiful places, so your holiday will surely be rich from all points of view. We would like to present the top 5 tourist attractions in Steyr, which includes a castle, museums, churches and other famous buildings.   The house of Franz Schubert If you take a city tour you h... [ read more ]

A short tour in the charming old city of Steyr

A short tour in the charming old city of Steyr

Located at the confluence of the Steyr and Enns rivers, in the region of Upper Austria, at a distance of about 45 minutes to southeast from Linz and at two hours from Vienna and Salzburg, Steyr is a town with 40,000 inhabitants and is one of Austria's best kept secrets. Even if the city is a beautiful tourist destination it is not very crowded. The city has many tourist attractions, but today we would like to offer you an idea of a short tour in the charming old city of Steyr. Late spring ... [ read more ]

Top 15 tourist attractions in Baden

Top 15 tourist attractions in Baden

Baden has a special place in the history of Austria, as Emperor Francis I chose this idyllic city as a location for his Summer Imperial Residence. Artists, intellectuals and the so-called "good society" followed him. He set a high standard here and created a unique atmosphere that is a mixture of art and wealth, which the city continues to keep. The city is famous as a spa and health resort, but today we would like to present you the top tourist attractions in Baden.   I... [ read more ]

Tourist Attractions in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Tourist Attractions in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

According to the legend, the area around the city ofKlagenfurt was haunted by a special kind of dragon, a "Lindwurm" as the Austrians call it. A brave man killed and founded the city. Klagenfurt is the historical, economic and cultural center of Carinthia. It is located in the western part of Lake Wörther, at 61 km from Italy, 31 km from Slovenia, 140 km from Graz and 300 km from Vienna. Klagenfurt invites you to discover the 800-year history of the city. A walk in the old town takes ... [ read more ]

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Besides hiking, mountain biking, Nordic walking and climbing, you can participate in theme excursions at the Ötz Valley. Ötz Valley or Inn Valley, has a gorgeous nature with breathtaking landscape. Along the way, you can also find many traditional alpine huts and inns. Hikers can take the ski lifts to get to the valley stations. If you want a mountain view, you can also use these ski lifts. Challenging trails awaits bikers and they are mostly more than 2,500 meters above the sea level. Some ha... [ read more ]

Vienna and the Arty Things to do

Vienna and the Arty Things to do

This city has the best museums, lunch and drinking places and most of all, galleries. If you are the arty type or an historical buff, you may be inspired and might like the documentation about the aftermath of the war in Vienna entitled ‘Third Man’ private collection as well as the lobby cards, news-cuttings, original scripts, posters, military memorabilia, star portraits collected from everywhere around the world. These marketing tools and the gallery about it are all for you to recaptu... [ read more ]

Wine Regions in Austria

Wine Regions in Austria

Wine-growing areas in Austria includes the Lower Austria or also known as Niederösterreich, Styria and Burgenland. On the bottle labels, you can normally see the ratings from certified quality wine, to table wine and wine of quality. The three key words are: Tafelwein for table wine, Qualitätswein for wine of quality, and Prädikatswein for "certified" quality wine. As for the Lower Austria Wine Region, it has less rain, so you can find Wachau with its primary wine Riesling, Grüner Veltli... [ read more ]

Vienna in Summer July

Vienna in Summer July

A colorful and diverse place like Vienna is visited in the month of July. Many classical and contemporary events are happening for you to cover, things to see and gardens to chill. Wienerwald Hills and its surroundings can be a lovely place to have a nice stroll with your loved ones. Spend time also in the museums and churches. July is the beginning of the school holidays, festivals and this time of the year, is the real summer which means the temperature goes up to 25ºC. Some days may be c... [ read more ]

Free Things to do in Austria for June

Free Things to do in Austria for June

There are many things you can do for free in Austria. You can enter markets, churches, gardens, galleries and parks seeing those beautiful art, architecture and history other than shopping. If you are traveling to Austria with young children below six years old, they can take any public transportation at no charges. One tip is, when you are traveling with children, always ask for special reductions. Many Austrian cities allows free transportation for children up to 15 years old and maximum o... [ read more ]