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Located in Central Europe, Austria is a beautiful, largely mountainous land. Renowned for its museums, palaces and other architectural gems, this small, landlocked country also attracts plenty of travellers with its dazzling snow-covered peaks and ski resorts.
You’ve got plenty of options when it comes to securing a place to stay here. Choose from one of 35,231 hotels starting at €98 a night. If you want to save some money on your trip, bundle your hotel, flights, rental car and experiences into an Austria Holiday Package. Hoping to explore some of Austria’s religious landmarks, like St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna? Add a guided tour to your flight and hotel package.
Day 1-2: Vienna International Airport is less than a half hour drive from the centre of Vienna. Once you’ve checked in to your hotel, head to some of the city’s famous attractions, such as Schönbrunn Palace and The Hofburg.
Day 3: Rent a set of wheels and cruise west to Salzburg. Around a three-hour drive away, this compact city is easy to explore in a day. Start your sightseeing adventure with a visit to the Hohensalzburg Fortress and Salzburger Altstadt.
Day 4-5: Drive a couple of hours west to Innsbruck, a colourful city nestled in the Austrian Alps. Here you’ll find impressive landmarks like the beautiful Baroque Helblinghaus, the Golden Roof and the Imperial Palace (Hofburg).
October 26 is National Day in Austria. Each year, the country marks the occasion by holding memorial ceremonies and offering free entry to many federal museums.
There’s no end to the number of exciting things you can do in Austria’s beautiful capital. If you’re hoping to stay here for a while, why not consider one of our Vienna Holiday Packages?
If you’re in the mood to kick back, relax and let someone else take care of all your holiday needs, have a browse through our guide to Austria All Inclusive holidays.
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See a performance, visit the nearby opera museum or simply admire the architecture in one of the world’s most revered opera houses.
Visit the world’s oldest zoo, find your way through an 18th-century maze or take a tour around the opulent summer castle of Austria’s former ruling family.
Inspiring designs, religious artworks, intriguing legends and great views are featured in the city’s prominent Gothic building, the seat of Vienna’s archbishop.