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Austria waltzes between the city and the countryside more naturally than any other nation. You can be scaling mountain summits one day and swanning through imperial Vienna the next. Explore its high culture, lyrical landscapes, a mix of contemporary and historic architecture, and its culinary leap.

Destination in a Nutshell

83,871 km²


8.917 million




Quick Facts

  • 62% of Austria's total land area is made up of the Austrian Alps.

  • The Krimml Waterfalls, the tallest waterfalls in Europe, are located in Austria.

  • Werfen is home to the world's biggest ice cave, extending around 42 kilometers.

  • Currency: Euro

  • Language: German

  • Time zone: GMT +2

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: April to May and September to October
  • With more days of sunshine but less additional rain due to climate change, spring and autumn tend to be pleasant and dry seasons. The weather is also ideal for biking, climbing, and hiking. This is the ideal season for wellness enthusiasts and active adventure travelers.

  • Accommodation costs decrease as peak season visitors diminish.

High Season: June and August
  • The summers in Austria are usually dry and hot. This season is best for festival enthusiasts.

  • Prices rise during these months due to school holidays.

Low Season: November to March
  • Austrian winters are cold, with frequently sub-zero temperatures, bringing a lot of snow.

  • Winter sports enthusiasts from all over Europe are flocking to the ski resorts, where hotels, boarding houses, and spas are in full swing thanks to the modern cable cars, charming ski huts, and good slope conditions.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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