A country, characterized by mountain villages, baroque architecture, Imperial history and rugged Alpine terrain.…
The Austrian Alps form the physical backbone of the country.
It is at the centre of European traffic between east and west along the great Danubian trade route and between north and south through the magnificent Alpine passes.
Stretching almost 580 KM from East to West, Austria is bordered to the north by the Czech Republic, to the northeast by Slovakia, to the east by Hungary, to the south by Slovenia, to the southwest by Italy, to the west by Switzerland and Liechtenstein, and to the northwest by Germany.
Tourism forms an important part of Austria’s economy. Top 5 places to visit in Austria are as follows:
Vienna – Austria’s capital is considered to be a cultural haven for Music, Art and Architecture and attracts maximum number of tourist.
Salzburg – Surrounded with breath taking epic Alps mountain range, this city is famous for its long-standing musical traditions, including being the birthplace of Wolfgang Mozart.
Salzkammergut – A UNESCO World Heritage site, is an Austrian resort area surrounded by blue lakes, hills and snow peaked mountain ranges.
Innsbruck – Famous for hosting the Winter Olympics twice and close by Swarovski Kristallwelten (Swarovski Crystal World).
Zell am See – If you want to witness natural scenery and wilderness adventures, this town is then a “must visit” destination in Austria.