The Alpine terrain nestles the picturesque German-speaking country Austria. Home to some of the most stunning views that you can see in all of Europe captivates the mind of a peripatetic. The country has a well-coordinated system of cable cars, trails, and mountain huts that makes it exceptionally accessible to unfold the endless vistas spreading out all across the country. The gorgeous Alpine peaks, sparkling lakes, tiny rustic hamlets, the romantic capital city, Austria is undoubtedly a quintessence of beauty.
Perched right in the heart of Europe, Austria is relatively small yet it serves the traveler with incredible opportunities and indelible experiences.
Austria has so many endless stunning places to visit that it’s impossible to list them all. But, to make your bucket list pinned with the quintessential of Austria we have low-down on some of the best places that will make your whole visit sulit.
If you will to unfold the beauty and charisma of Austria then this place is a perfect start. Time and again ranked as the most liveable city on the earth, Vienna propels its visitant with the chilled-out vibes. From grand palaces with imperial gardens, grand squares, historical streets, Viennese wine to Viennese coffee culture, musical legacy and architectural masterpieces- Vienna satiates the soul of every traveler. The city serves as a living history with novelty.
You can dine at Griechenbeisl while having a coffee with Viennese history. The Grienchenbeisl is the oldest restaurant in Vienna founded in the year 1447, a perfect display of Viennese history.
The city looks like a beautiful and colorful painting leisurely created. It’s a perfect honeymoon destination. Draw up your itinerary to Schonbrunn Palace, The Hofburg, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, and Belvedere Palace, the most viewed sites of the capital city. No one is to blame you if you didn’t want to leave the city- but Austria has much more to come.
A perfect blend of love, romance, music, and art to history- that’s what defines Salzburg!
Close to the border of Germany, Salzburg sits on the banks of the Salzach River and brags of being the birthplace of a child prodigy Mozart. The UNESCO-listed Altstadt (old town) of Salzburg retains the old-world charm. The city has preserved its history so well that you might feel lost back in time. The most famous landmarks in Salzburg include Festung Hohensalzburg, 900-year-old cliff-top fortress, and DomQuartier, a cathedral-museum complex. You can also visit the location where the most popular musical movie of all times “The Sound of Music” was filmed.
The city is a perfect place for a music lover, who wills to taste music from every corner of the city. Walking around the picturesque streets and squares of Salzburg still echo the compositions of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, one of the best classical composers of all time.
Music, coffee, and romance are what you love than this place is sure to impress you.
Austria may be landlocked, but seeing the Plansee, no one would blame you to think otherwise. The exceptionally clear water and unique turquoise color make it perfect destination for a beach lover. You can experience an endless number of activities. From scuba diving, snorkel, sail, to row kayak the list goes on and on!
You can have a ship sightseeing tour, feature spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and perhaps the best way to enjoy Plansee is to bask in the sun at the beach.
Austria’s second-largest city, Graz has been named the Cultural Capital of Europe (2003) and UNESCO City of Design (2011) for its thriving art, culture, and design scene. You will find a city full of cute cobbled streets, pastel-colored buildings and charming squares. It gives you a relaxing vibe.
Visiting here includes Kunsthaus Graz (Graz Art Museum), and Eggenberg Palace, hike the Schloberg for a stunning view of the city from the top.