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  • Mauterndorf, Salzburgerland, Austria

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    Nature meets history in Mauterndorf

    “Off the beaten track” has over the years become somewhat of a cliché, since there are less and less such places. In Europe anyway. Mauterndorf, however, is not completely run over by large hordes of tourists as many other places in Austria are. Not because of a lack of things to do or see. There […]

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  • A man picks up a business card that looks like the flag of Austria

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    Cultural tips for your business trip to Austria

    The Austrians regard themselves as modern and liberal Europeans. However, this does not overshadow their appreciation for traditions and formalities. The cultural differences between people from non-German speaking countries and Austria are present, but with a little deeper knowledge of how Austria works, you will be able to avoid costly pitfalls. The Austrians are generally […]

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  • Hall, Tyrol, Austria

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    Historic ramble around Hall in Tyrol

    A little in the shadow of Innsbruck, which is only 10 kilometres further west, Hall does not receive visits to countless busloads with tourists. Something that we appreciated when we strolled around in picturesque Hall. We just love these small historic cities in Austria. The hustle and bustle of daily life, makes Hall much more […]

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  • Riegersburg castle, Styria, Austria

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    Riegersburg Castle

    From whatever direction you arrive, the Riegersburg Castle firmly stands out sitting on top of a volcanic peak 480 metres above sea-level. Don’t worry the volcano has been extinct a couple of million years. If you love castles and the Middle Age this one is a must visit. Location, location, location The knights of the […]

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  • Music, Vienna, Austria

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    Vienna for music lovers

    Austria and Vienna has over the last decades deservedly gained a good reputation among music lovers. Mostly through the Vienna Philharmonic’s New Year Concerts or its opera house. And lately for its vibrant contemporary music scene. The soul of the Viennese Music interested people, no matter what genre or type of music one likes, will […]

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    Historic small towns in Austria

    Austria’s architecture and culture have benefitted from the country’s location in the middle of Europe. As well as developing a unique style, Austria has also drawn inspiration from different neighbouring countries. Moreover, many of the country’s towns have grown up along important trade routes and been important for Austria’s nation-building. You will still find a […]

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  • Accommodation - The Youth Hotel Mauser, Mauterndorf, Austria

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    Book your accommodation

    20,000+ accommodations in Austria We are a affiliate of booking.com where you will find more than 20,000 accommodations in Austria. Use the map below to find accommodation around all of Austria. Simply enter the date for the period in question and the map will show you available accommodation with prices. Then click on the price […]

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  • Guided tours - Fiaker at Hofburg in Vienna, Austria

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    Guided tours, excursions and entrance tickets

    We are an affiliate of GetYourGuide, who offers a large and varied selection of guided tours, excursions and entrance tickets to a wide range of different experiences in Austria.Here you will find everything from skip-the-line access to popular sights such as Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna or the Leopold Museum.It can be nice to not have […]

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