Top 5 wonderful places in Austria

Top 5 wonderful places in Austria

Austria is a country full of great sights and is very hard to decide which ones to choose during a single visit of this country. We tried to present a tour of this extraordinary country that provides almost everything a tourist would like. The list is created from the published rankings of the minister for turism of Austria and refers to the 10 most important tourist attractions preferred by the visitors of the country. The top 5 wondeful places of Austria include the Schonbrunn Palace, the ... [ read more ]

Where to go in Autumn?

Where to go in Autumn?

One place that is surely where you can visit in the Autumn season is Tyrol. Before the Autumn arrives, there is a so called ‘Indian Summer’ and this is right before the leaves of the trees turn red and yellow. What is amazing is the days are shorter and shorter when the evenings became much cooler and cooler. If you want to know what nature installs, first thing you can notice is the cattle returning from the alpine pastures. Particularly in Tyrol, it is not just a simple returning, but it i... [ read more ]

Lake Traunsee in Upper Austria

Lake Traunsee in Upper Austria

With gentle hills blending into to the limestone Alps, Lake Traunsee is just next to the lofty mountain called Traunstein. Like an entrance to Salzkammergut, you can watch the lake from Mount Sonnstein and have an enjoyable time in the elegant spa town of Gmunden. Alternatively, the resorts at Traunkirchen, Altmünster and Ebensee are also great escapes. Traunkirchen is with slightly more than 1600 of inhabitants and so it is considered a small village. The Fisherman’s Pulpit in the parish... [ 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 ]

Lakes near Villach

Lakes near Villach

The first to mention is the Wörthersee as it is a beautiful alpine lake in Carinthia. This lake stretches from the capital Klagenfurt to the Velden in the west. It is about 1km wide and 20km in length. You can see the snow-capped alpine peaks very easily and the special thing about this lake is its blue-green colour which is also transparent. It used to be an exclusive summer relaxation retreat for Vienna’s noblemen in the early 19th century. When you are here, you can visit the main town... [ read more ]

Austrian Mountaineering Villages

Austrian Mountaineering Villages

There are at least seventeen Austrian mountaineering villages with excellent environment quality and great landscape. Even they are committed to the local cultural and natural values preservation. From Jenbach, you can get to the Ginzling im Zillertal which is one of the mountaineering villages. You can take a train there or by bus from Mayrhofen. The other alternative way is by car on the Inntalautobahn A12 motorway. There are lodges such as the Gamshutte, the Friesenberghaus, the Olperer H... [ read more ]

Carinthia What to See

Carinthia What to See

In winter, Carinthia is the place that offers lots of exciting ski activities. You can check the packages offered by Nassfeld. It is near Hermagor. Adventurous people will enjoy the activities like mountaineering and alphine sports. In addition, there is the Gerlitzen mountain, Flattach, Bad Kleinkirchheim, Heiligenblut. Others like the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner, the Hohe Tauern and Nock Mountains national parks. Cities in Carinthia such as Klagenfurt has only a popula... [ read more ]

Liechtenstein Museum and Gardens in Vienna

Liechtenstein Museum and Gardens in Vienna

This museum is a special one that includes the Princely Collections. It has important European works of art and what you see is the world’s leading private art collections. The museum is named after the princely House of Liechtenstein and it has several locations. One of which is int he IX District Alsergrund of Vienna. The other is in the other part of Vienna called Bankgasse. Its highlights of the garden palace is the painted decor in the Palais. Mostly constributed by Antonio Belucci, J... [ read more ]

Orchestras and Concert Halls in Vienna

Orchestras and Concert Halls in Vienna

Part of culture is the orchestras and concert halls in Vienna. Vienna Boys' Choir, Vienna State Opera, Musikverein, Wiener Konzerthaus, Conservatory Vienna and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra are mentioned as follows. First and foremost, Wiener Musikverein, Viennese Music Association or the Vienna concert hall is located just behind the Imperial Hotel on Dumbastraße, between Bösendorferstraße and Karlsplatz. The land it was built was given by Emperor Franz Joseph before 1870. You can che... [ read more ]

Linz and Salzkammergut

Linz and Salzkammergut

Other than the fabled road 'Grossglockner', Linz is the other place to see in Austria. Almost all the guide books will tell you to see Vienna's major sights such as the St. Stephan's Cathedral, the Schonbrunn Palace, the Hofburg, the Kunsthistorisches, the Museums Quartier Complex, the Leopold Museum, the Kunsthalle Wien, the Belvedere Palance and the suburb of Grinzing, including this one. However, we are introducing a little different route to see Austria, that is to see Linz. If you take th... [ read more ]