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  • DC Tower in Vienna, one of the city's architectural marvels, viewed fra Danubio Island

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    Vienna Unveiled: A Journey Through Architectural Marvels

    Vienna, the capital of Austria, is a city where history and innovation intertwine seamlessly. As you wander its streets, you’ll encounter a fascinating array of architectural styles, each telling a unique story. From Gothic cathedrals to avant-garde masterpieces, Vienna invites you to explore its rich heritage. Let’s embark on a visual tour of the city’s […]

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  • A view over the Sausal Wineregion in Styria

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    Sausal – Wine, hiking and beautiful scenery

    The contrast between the forest groves and the straight-lined vines in the hilly landscape that characterizes the view is fascinating. What’s more, the small villages you pass are nothing more than clusters of houses. However, in these picturesque clusters of homes, you’ll find what makes the region worth a visit: the restaurants and wine shops […]

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  • Vienna Residence Orchestra

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    Vienna Residence Orchestra – Classics accompanied by opera and ballet

    It is impossible to visit Vienna without experiencing one of the city’s most famous attractions: classical music. The choice of venues and performers is enormous, and it wasn’t easy to decide where to go, but we had a personal recommendation for The Vienna Residence Orchestra. Hence, we bought the tickets and enjoyed a lovely, intimate […]

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  • Italian flagthrowers at the Medieval FEstival in Mauterndorf, Austria.

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    Medieval Festival in Mauterndorf

    Time travel a few hundred years back to the Middle age when the entire village was full of people dressed in historical costumes, and armed knights roamed the streets mingling with flame breathers. The Middle Ages come alive at what has become the legendary folk festival in Mauterndorf, an hour’s drive from Salzburg. Every July […]

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  • View of Gumpoldskirchen from the vineyards

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    4 delightful day trips from Vienna

    Going on a day trip from Vienna by public transport is easy. Whether you are in Vienna by plane or have driven here by car, you can quickly go on a journey of discovery just outside the city. We have been on 4 fantastic day trips with entirely different experiences, which you can do in […]

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  • Rosshütte funicular railway, Seefeld, Tyrol, Austria

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    5 fantastic places in Austria accessible by funicular railway

    Austria has short urban funicular railways and longer tracks that take you up the mountains. A funicular railway consists of two vehicles that counterbalance one another rather than independently operated railway cars. Furthermore, they are usually barrier-free and perfect if you are a wheelchair user or travel with a stroller. 1. Hallstatt – Salzbergbahn A […]

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    Discover Vienna’s colorful markets

    Markets always add life and colour to a city. Moreover, they are a great way to get to know a city’s people and culture. Vienna has made a conscious effort to preserve some of the traditional markets. Not only as points of sale but also as local meeting places. Nonetheless, a few markets, such as […]

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  • Burg Strechau one of the best-preserved castles in Styria, Austria

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    5 of the best-preserved castles in Austria

    Austria has many impressive castles that are open to the public. We love visiting castles that have retained at least some originality and that have period furniture and decorations. The best-preserved castles can offer a small insight into what life was like at the castle throughout history. Many of the excursions are very well done […]

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