Ideal Duration: 10 - 14 days
Best Time: June-August, September and October Read More
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Basking in the glory of natural beauty, Austria is one of the most prominent attractions of central Europe. Rooted in its deep imperial culture, the country offers much more beyond the scenic beauty including neo-classical architecture, the craze for music, popular cafes, and the thrill of sports like skiing. From the rustic backdrops to colourful mismatched houses, Austria is a place to relax, savour and appreciate the culture of the country of many years of making.
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June-August, September and October is the best time to visit Austria
Nestled in Central Europe, Austria touches boundary with eight countries including Germany and the Czech Republic to the north, Switzerland and Liechtenstein to the west, Slovakia and Hungary to the east and Slovenia and Italy to the south. With The Alps covering the 3/4 of the country, Austria is adorned with an assortment of landscape spread across a comparatively small area of size. From lush meadows, softly rising and falling farmland and drop-dead gorgeous alpine valley to massive glaciers, forested foothills, river gorges, plains, vineyards and along with semi- desiccated steppes, the country will mesmerise its visitors with its irresistible beauty.
Old world charm. Elegant architecture. Food. Cleanliness and Hygiene. Scenic Beauty.
Racial discrimination at some places.
Hotels in Austria are easily available even in smaller cities, but sometimes they are much more expensive than at the major cities. Luxury and deluxe hotels are more common in cities like Innsbruck and Salzburg whereas there are plenty other options around Austria for budget and economical stay. The country houses around 500 campsites, which can be hired without much formality. For private camping sites, however, one need to get the permission of landowner, police and municipal council. Contact Austrian National Tourist Office for detailed information. There are also youth hostels throughout Austria with easy accessibility for anyone carrying a membership card of the International Youth Hostel Association. It is recommended to make the bookings in advance, especially during peak season. One will also find as many as 29,000 farmhouses (as well as pensions and inns) with around 300,000 beds offering accommodation. Mountain cabins, holiday apartments, chalets and ski lodges are also available for rent throughout Austria.
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