Austria provides the opportunity to view stunning mountain vistas, explore beautiful pastoral landscapes, discover world-famous cities and walk in the footsteps of history.
Schloss Hellbrunn was built by Prince-Archbishop Markus Sittikus who ruled Salzburg in the early 17th century.
Mozart’s family relocated from their home on the Getreidegasse and moved across the Salzach River.
The Salzburg Residenz, is the palace of the Prince-Bishops who ruled Salzburg when it was an independent state.
Salzburg is one of those dreamlike places that occupies your thoughts long after your visit has ended.
Vienna remains one of Europe’s most attractive destinations and is a city near the core of much of Europe’s history.
45-50 miles to the northwest of Vienna is the Wachau, one of the most beautiful sections of the Danube Valley.
Vienna has several cafés including very old ones, usually wood paneled, may look a little careworn around the edges.
Vienna is a great city for shopping and you will find stores with interesting good almost everywhere you wander.
Created in the 1980s by two Austrians, architect Joseph Karwina and artist Freidenreich Hundertwasser.