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  • 1 Vienna, the art of living

    Pedestrian, 8 km, 2 days

    Vienna can be covered largely on foot and you can taste and breathe the city through its cafés and mythical concert halls... The splendour of the Austro-Hungarian Empire as celebrated by Stefan Zweig is still present, not in the relics of the past, b..

  • 2 Exploring the Salzkammergut

    By car, 240 km, 2 days

    The Salzkammergut has a lot more to offer than its idyllic image of mountains, lakes and springs might suggest. Made rich over centuries by its salt mines, it was a popular resort area for the Habsburgs in the 19C, both for its bucolic charms and for..

  • In winter the little resorts in North Tyrol occupy one of the prettiest ski areas in the country, whether they cater to locals or to the jet set. In summer this mountainous region is peaceful and pleasantly cool. Long fought over by Austria and Italy..

  • 4 The Eisenerz Alps

    By car, 95 km, 2 days

    Thanks to Erzberg, which formed an open cast iron mine, the Eisenerz Alps made the fortune of the old Austrian empire.

  • 5 Around Klagenfurt

    By car, 70 km, 2 days

    The old town of Klagefurt proudly displays its 800 years of history, for instance Maria Saal fortified church where Saint Modestus, so called Apostole of Carinthia, preached in the second half of the 8C.

  • 6 Around Linz

    By car, 80 km, 2 days

    Capital of High-Austria, Linz extends onto the two riverbanks of the Danube and has a captivating ancient centre.

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