Tourist guide to Durnstein

Tourist guide to Durnstein

In 2008, the town of Durnstein counted only 911 inhabitants. Meanwhile this number has increased, but not very much. However, each year thousands of tourists visit Durnstein attracted mainly by its attractions. The city is situated on the Danube, in southern Austria, in the region of Wachau, the district of Krems –Land. It is a vineyard region, being largely covered by forests, which our tourist guide to Durnstein recommends everyone who is looking for relaxation. The city has a beautif... [ 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 ]

Planning an Eco-friendly Travel to Austria

Planning an Eco-friendly Travel to Austria

For a taste of nostalgia and nature lovers, you probably would just want to be at the charming lakeside village watching those white storks nestling or catching them in flight gracefully at Rust. In July, it is best to see the transformed Mohndorf, a small village in Waldviertel better known as the Forest Quarter in the Lower Austria. Lots of poppy and grey poppy seed. In a horse-drawn carriage, join the Poppy Trail and find out how tasty they are in pasta pockets, strudel, noodles and dumpl... [ read more ]