AUSTRIA Destination Guide and Tours
Welcome to fairytale Austria. Famous for its sophisticated architecture, art and culture, this pretty country is an agreeable mix of mountains, breathtaking vistas and tasty cuisine. From the Sound of Music’s hometown, Salzburg, to snow-topped Tyrol, delve into the history and beauty of this fascinating destination.
In Salzburg join a Local Expert to visit the formal gardens of Mirabell Palace and Residenplatz. See the cathedral in Old Town and the house where Mozart was born. Enjoy a private tour of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna and travel along the Ring Road to see the Hofburg Imperial Residence, Opera House, Parliament Building and Karlskirche.
With Insight Vacations gain access to exclusive experiences: • See Mozart’s family home and the 5-year-old Christmas Market in Salzburg.
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Eastern Capitals & the Dalmatian Riviera
Embark on a journey to areas of stunning natural beauty and historical significance.
Walk in the footsteps of Prague’s Bohemian Kings and fall under the spell of Český Krumlov. Explore the legacy of the Habsburgs in Vienna and Budapest.
Easy Pace Budapest, Vienna & Prague
These three capitals, lush with magnificent cathedrals, imperial palaces and majestic castles, stand at the geographical heart of mainland Europe. Their history and culture are majestically intertwined by the powerful Habsburg dynasty.
Country Roads of Bavaria, Switzerland & Austria
Surprisingly, the vineyards, gabled shop fronts and opulent palaces play second fiddle to the scenery. Experience the magical, unrivalled beauty of the Alpine world, on-board the enthralling Glacier Express.
When to go: For a warmer climate and clearer skies head to Austria between June and September. Or wrap up warm and head to this stunning country November-December, when you’ll be able to capture snow-topped mountains and the festive spirit at the country’s Christmas markets.
MAR - MAY
JUN - AUG
SEP - NOV
DEC - FEB
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