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Things to do in Austria
Graz - visit the Kaiser Josef Platz Farmers Market
Located in Graz in Southern Germany this has everything you would expect from a local farmers market. Fresh bread, meats, sausages, vegetables and fruits can be found, including some rare local varieties of apple. Be warned the market closes at 1pm so you will need to get up early to enjoy the experience or taste or buy some of products on sale.
Innsbruck - take a trip to the Bergisel Hill Ski Jump Stadium
At its highest point the Ski Jump Station is 250 metres above Innsbruck City and offers spectacular views from the restaurant, where vistors can enjoy breakfast, lunch or an evening meal. Come in late January or early February to see the International Four Hills Ski Tournament or during the summer watch out for the national teams, practicing for the coming season.
Klagenfurt - view the famous train models of Minimundus Miniature Theme Park
Visit the world in a day – all in perfect 1:25 ratio. These intricate models are even made from the same materials as the originals. Opened in 1958, this is one of the finest examples of miniature theme parks. Check out the Parthenon, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Vatican and the Great Wall of China to name but a few.
Linz - visit the main square of Hauptplatz
The Hauptplatz or Main City Square, dates from 1260, and is one of the largest, historic squares in the whole of Europe. Made famous by Hilter’s speeches in the 1930’s the Four story City hall is certainly worth a visit. In the centre of the square is a memorial from the 18th century, carved from white marble, which is a tribute to victims of war, famine and the black death.
Saint Wolfgang - take a train journey on the Schafberg Cog Railway
Originally built in 1893, this cog railway ascends to 1,190 metres and is just under 6 km in length. The train journey takes about 45 minutes, and offers splendid views of the region. There is a restaurant at the top, but reservations are recommended to avoid waiting and delays. Check out details of special steaming days, when the original 19th century steam engines are used.
Salzburg - stroll around the historic Old Town
The streets of the Old Town of Salzburg make you understand why the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Perfectly preserved buildings due to strict regulations mean the narrow streets are a delight of buildings from the Middle Ages through to the Renaissance period. A Cathedral and shops abound and visitors can walk, if they do not stop to browse, from the North to the South end in around 20 minutes.
Salzburg - take a Bavarian Mountains and salt mines tour
A trip to the Mountains for the views, can be followed by going inside the mountains to learn about the salt deposits that have been mined there for nearly 500 years. Clothing is provided to keep you clean and warm. Don’t miss out going down the same 100 foot long slide the old miners used or take a mine miniature train journey. This will be a fun, informative day out for both adults and kids.
Vienna - take a tour around beautiful St Peter's Church
Possibly the site of the oldest Church in Vienna and one of the best examples of baroque architecture, in the city. Hard to miss from the impressive, grand outside, ensure that you also visit inside to marvel at the wonderful interiors. Be sure to study the details of the frescos walls and ceiling, and at Christmas time look out for the beautiful nativity display.
Vienna - walk the grounds and enjoy the artworks of Belvedere Palace
A little out of Vienna the two art museums of the Belvedere Palace are well worth the journey. Do not miss Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” and allow a whole day to tour and explore the museums and grounds. This former Summer Palace has well kept, landscaped, pleasant grounds, which contain water features and an array of flowering plants and scrubs. During December there is an excellent Christmas market held here.
Zell Am See - view the grand interiors of St Hippolyt Church
Parts of the church date back to the 16th century and within its walls are the oldest known building ruins of the Pinzgau region. Originally Romanesque, much of the building is now Gothic in design including the altar and vault. The best features are the ornate parapet and walkway built from marble. The church still holds regular services and on most occasions it is open for viewing and private pray to the general public.
Introduction of Austria
Consisting of beautiful lakes, exclusive Alpine ski resorts and some of the world's most historic cities, Austria is unsurprisingly one of Europe's top tourist destinations. The country comprises of nine federal states, each with their own particular flavour. In the west, Innsbruck is one of the most popular entry points, with good connections to nearby ski slopes as well as others in the Tyrol region. Heading east, Salzburg is one of Austria's most beautiful cities and set against the backdrop of the Alps. It is popular among arts lovers since it was both the setting for the Sound of Music and the one-time home of the famous composer Amadeus Mozart. The neighbouring Salzkammergut is one of the most breathtaking holiday destinations in the country, featuring magical villages, rolling hillsides and crystal-clear lakes. Finally, no visit to this country is complete without a few days in the capital, Vienna. Strolling around this liberal city affords the opportunity to take in the wonderful imperial architecture before stopping off to sample the diverse Viennese cuisine. Vienna hosts some of the best Austria hotels, with prices to match the high-quality that is provided.