Austria Sightseeing

Eisriesenwelt Höhle, Salzburg

Found in the mountains to the south of Salzburg is one of the largest ice caves in the world that’s accessible to visitors. The giant caves boas...
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Graz

This compact city is bestseenon foot. Attractions of interest include Schlossberg, the old quarter, the cathedral, the Landesmuseum Johanneum with its...
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Hofburg Palace, Vienna

This palace housed Austrian royalty until the end of the imperial dynasty in 1918. Additions have been built during the eight centuries that have foll...
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Künringerburg, Lower Austria

Perched high on a hill above Dürnstein village in the Wachau district of Lower Austria, Künringerburg overlooks the Danube River and offers sweeping v...
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Mozart Geburtshaus, Salzburg

A popular attraction in Salzburg is the house where Mozart was born in 1756. The house is found at Getreidegasse 9, and was the family home from 1747...
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Salzburg

The centerpiece of Salzburg’s Altstadt, or Old City, is a UNESCO World Heritage site - the Hohensalzburg fortress. Other sights of interest incl...
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Schloss Hellbrunn, Salzburg

Constructed by Bishop Markus Sittikus in the 17th century, just south of Salzburg, this Baroque castle is noted for its figures powered by water and i...
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Schloss Schönbrunn, Vienna

This castle is Austria’s equivalent to Versailles in France. It is surrounded by a beautifully-landscaped park that is home to the oldest zoo in...
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Tyrol

Most visitors consider Tyrol to be one of the most scenic parts of the country. It’s also the most mountainous region, and is characterized by q...
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