Tune in to the melodies of Mozart, taste the sweetness of Sacher Torte, and enjoy the wine of Vienna; you will find incredible things to do in Austria to enjoy your summer or winter holidays. Austria lies in Central Europe, which is a blend of modern art and ancient architecture. Here you will find amazing tracks for biking or walking, Alps for hiking and skiing, beautiful lakes and rivers for swimming, natural resorts for spa, and exotic food in the most luxurious hotels in the world. Discover the history through amazing museums, cathedrals, palaces, and castles while Vienna, Salzburg, Graz, Linz and Innsbruck are worth mentioning cities for their modern art, culture and festivals.

We bring here some of the best things to do in Austria during your holidays.



Grossglockner Road

Grossglockner Road

Grossglockner Road is the high alpine track, which is full of fragrances and colorful blossoms and leads you to the highest mountain in Austria, Grossglockner.


Hofburg Palace

Hofburg Palace

Visit the majestic palace and imperial apartments in Vienna. The Silver Collection and Sisi Museum tell you the tale of 13th century’s everyday imperial life.


St Anton am Arlberg

St Anton am Arlberg

Sankt Anton am Arlberg is the most famous ski resort in winters and hiking track in summers. Walk or whisk in cable cars to explore the nature of the Alpine region.


Café Sacher

Café Sacher

Taste the real Sacher Torte in the most famous Sacher Café in Vienna. Chef Franz Sacher made this amazing cake at the court of Prince Metternich in 1832. And now it has become famous throughout the world.


Lake Constance (Bodensee)

Lake Constance (Bodensee)

Spend your summer holidays at the beautiful 27 km long freshwater beach of Bodensee, at northern foot of Alps. In the valley of Rhine, it is also the stage for annual Bregenz Festival.




Stephansdom (St. Stephen’s Cathedral)

Stephansdom (St. Stephen's Cathedral)

Indulge in the history while visiting Stephansdom in Vienna. This limestone building has Gothic architecture with 136 m tall southern tower and owns the second largest bell in Europe.


Leopold Museum

Leopold Museum

Find the world’s largest collection of the notable 20th century artist Egon Schiele in Leopold Museum. It is the home of over 5,000 pieces of modern Austrian art and showcases the works of Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka and Richard Gerstl.


Danube Cycle Path

Danube Cycle Path

Attend the Danube Island Festival in June and explore the beauty of nature, vineyards, castles and abbeys of Wachau Valley while cycling besides the longest river in European Union, Danube.


Haus der Musik

Haus der Musik

One-of-a-kind museum of sound and music in Vienna, Haus der Musik takes you into the world of sound and symphony. This interactive musical journey tells the tale from earliest times to the present day.


Hohensalzburg Castle

Hohensalzburg Castle

At Salzburg, which is the birthplace of renowned composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, lies the magnificent Hohensalzburg Castle that is built at the top of a hill Festungsberg. It is the largest 11th century medieval castle in Europe, which is fully preserved.

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