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    • Cities in Austria

      Discover Austria's cities - stroll through Salzburg, explore Vienna, or combine your city trip with hiking or skiing in Innsbruck.

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    • The historic city center of Eisenstadt

      Eisenstadt

      Despite being Austria’s smallest provincial capital, this former seat of the noble Esterhazy family and home to some 13,000 inhabitants has plenty to offer.

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    • Walking tour Linz

      Linz

      The city of Linz is home to a vibrant music and arts scene, seamlessly blending traditional and contemporary arts.

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    • The Bregenz Festival

      Bregenz

      Vorarlberg’s capital is located at Lake Constance, Central Europe’s third largest lake, offering a dense cultural programme and wide range of outdoor activities.

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    • Wörthersee: Ansicht von oben

      Klagenfurt

      Klagenfurt is ideally located on Lake Wörthersee, one of Europe’s largest and warmest Alpine lakes. The city’s Mediterranean climate is responsible for pleasant summer days, sunny winters, colourful autumns, and mild springs.

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    • City hall square in St. Poelten

      St. Pölten

      St. Pölten, the youngest of Austria’s capitals, combines a Baroque city centre with modern architecture like no other Austrian city.

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    • Riesenrad - the Giant Ferris Wheel in Vienna

      Vienna

      Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. It is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.

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    • Kapitelplatz, Salzburg

      Salzburg

      Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles, and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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    • Ambras Palace, Innsbruck

      Innsbruck

      Past and future meet in the heart of the Alps, where Innsbruck’s world-famous sights, which testify to the Tirol province’s great past, stand alongside post-modern international architecture to create a fascinating blend.

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    • The Murinsel, Graz

      Graz

      The Styrian capital Graz, with roots dating back to the Roman age, lies on either side of River Mur. Graz is well-known for its striking buildings and architecture.

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