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5 Ways To Tame Teenagers In Vienna

5 Ways To Tame Teenagers In Vienna

Sure, Vienna is a beautiful city with majestic palaces and opulent museums overlooking magnificent squares, but all that grandeur is hardly going to set your teenagers’ worlds on fire.  But even if you are travelling with people for whom the only good thing about a family holiday in Vienna is that nobody they know will […]

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6 Top Sights of Salzburg – the birthplace of Mozart | Austria

6 Top Sights of Salzburg – the birthplace of Mozart | Austria

Salzburg is situated on both banks of the Salzach River, and is Austria’s 4th largest city. It was built on a mining town of salt, hence the name means ‘Fortress of Salt’. Salzburg is probably best known for being the birthplace of Mozart (the famous composer), and the home of the Von Trapp Family Singers, […]

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Hallstatt – visit the oldest salt mines in the world | Austria

Hallstatt – visit the oldest salt mines in the world | Austria

Hallstatt is a small village in Upper Austria situated on the shores of Lake Hallstätter See. The whole surrounding area of ​​Hallstatt-Dachstein and even the whole period was named after this village. You surely remember Hallstatt Period from history books (or at least those of you living in the Central Europe). Indicates the period roughly […]

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Ambras castle – Renaissance Pearl of Tyrol | Austria

Ambras castle – Renaissance Pearl of Tyrol | Austria

One of the most important sights of Innsbruck, the dominant feature of the surrounding landscape, which you can not overlook is Ambras Castle. Its history is inextricably bound up with a Renaissance prince, Ferdinand II, Archduke of Further Austria. Photo licensed under the Creative Commons, created by Florin Chelaru The complex was built in the […]

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Open Air Museum Petronell-Carnuntum – Roman world in Austria

Open Air Museum Petronell-Carnuntum – Roman world in Austria

Just a few kilometers from the Czech borders, about 20 km west of the Slovakian capital Bratislava, on the way to Vienna, lies the small towns Petronell and Bad Deutsch-Altenburg. There was, in the times of the Roman Empire, located a legionary camp and a capital of the province of Upper Pannonia – Carnuntum. The […]

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Top sights to see in Wien, Austria

Top sights to see in Wien, Austria

For the ideal tour of Vienna with all its sights and attractions, you will need at least three days. Hotels in Vienna are quite expensive, but you can find cheaper accommodation on the outskirts of town. Schönbrunn Palace Schönbrunn Palace is a beautiful Baroque palace, which served as a summer residence of Maria Theresa and […]

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Hochosterwitz castle in Austria – one of the biggest castles in Europe

Hochosterwitz castle in Austria – one of the biggest castles in Europe

Hochosterwitz castle is one of the largest castles in Europe. It is located in Austria, about 8 km east of the town of Sankt Veit an der Glan, and 22 km northeast of the city of Klagenfurt. Hochosterwitz castle stands on a secluded hill on the edge of large forests. There is a very nice […]

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