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Trip to Salzburg

Green hills, breathtaking spires and romantic gardens are all it takes to make you fall in love with Salzburg. Although it seems like it’s been in the shadows of Vienna or Graz, the city has a tourist-per-capita ratio higher than even Venice and Florence, which makes it one of the busiest places in Europe throughout […]

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Naschmarkt in Vienna

Nowhere else in Vienna, nor probably in the entire Austria, will you find such a variety of food, drinks or handicrafts like at the Naschmarkt. Following the tradition which originated in the 16th century, the Austrians come to the market to enjoy products from many different cultures brought by the vendors representing the farmers living […]

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Airport bus Innsbruck

Innsbruck Airport (INN), also known as Kranebitten Airport, is the biggest international airport in Tyrol, Austria. It is situated only 4 kilometres from the centre of Innsbruck. The airport handles regional flights around the Alps, especially during the winter, when the activity increases significantly, due to the skiing season. Local bus: Bus line F connects […]

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Airport bus Salzburg

Salzburg Airport (SZG) is the second largest international airport in Austria. It serves Salzburg, the fourth-largest Austrian city, as well as a gateway to Austria’s numerous and vast ski areas, including the Ski Amadé region, the largest network of linked ski resorts in Europe. Local bus: There are several public bus lines that can take […]

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Karlskirche in Vienna, Austria

City break Vienna

Vienna is a vibrant and multicultural city in the heart of Europe. Reflecting almost 400 years long history as the center of Habsburg Monarchy and Austro-Hungarian Empire, Vienna has a lot to offer: imperial palaces, museums and galleries, concert halls and opera houses, but also a great number of iconic places where some of the […]

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Wien Weihnachtsmarkt - Vienna christmas market

Advent in Vienna

The Vienna Christmas Market has an extremely long tradition: in the 13th century the emperor Albercht I had allowed to the fathers of the city to hold a market for citizens during December. The market as we know it today began with its maintenance in the first half of the 19th century. Since then it […]

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