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Category Archives: Austria
Of all the well-recognized labels a monument, city or landscape can bear, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Site designation is among the most prestigious. When a property is recognized as such, travel and tourism content creators are generally quick to highlight its vaunted status as a landmark that a highly respected international body has deemed to be of outstanding value to humanity and worthy of preservation.
You know what the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty look like from far away, but could you identify these famous landmarks (among others) up close?
The European railway network is full of breath-taking routes. In this article, Ilaria Grasso Macola lists five of the most scenic railway journeys.
World’s Best Vineyards annual list make for a wistful armchair journey for this pandemic-grounded wine writer…
The first World’s Best Vineyard awards has named 2019’s leading wine destinations. Vineyards from France, Germany and Spain were among the best, but the top prize went to a New World producer.
Of the estimated 2,700 animal exhibits with any form of license in the US, less than 10% are AZA-accredited. Here is a list of 10 accredited zoos across the world.
The very best things to do in Vienna. These are the best attractions to visit in Vienna for first timers. Your complete guide to Vienna, Austria.
Graz offers eye-catching buildings backed by a wealth of culture, history, and cuisine. This list outlines the ten best things you will enjoy in this city.
This is the fairy tale village that inspired Disney’s ‘Frozen’; Laura Barry; Better Homes and Gardens
Frozen may be a Disney movie for children, but everyone – even people without children – are familiar with Frozen, or at the very least, Idina Menzel’s infamous song ‘Let It Go’. However, not everyone knows about the very real tiny town that is thought to have inspired Frozen, and the fictional town of Arendelle.
Hallstatt, a picturesque hamlet in the central European country, has been supplying salt from its mines since the Bronze Age.
From a steam railway in Yorkshire to hotels on wheels in the Alps, sit back and enjoy the show outside the train window…
Come for 100 years of the Salzburg Festival, but stay for the stunning architecture and rich history…
Actually, there doesn’t seem to be a bad time to go to Salzburg.
Source: Salzburg any time
IRONMAN today announced that it will add a third race in Austria in 2020 – the IRONMAN® 70.3® Graz triathlon. The event in the country’s second largest city will be held on May 24, 2020, replacing the discontinued IRONMAN 70.3 St. Pölten. “With a visually stunning course, a nearby international airport, a strong triathlon community and perfect infrastructure for our athletes, we feel that Graz is an ideal location for a new IRONMAN 70.3 triathlon,” said Stefan Petschnig, Managing Director…
Learn everything about how Vienna makes for an awesome medieval and modern adventure!
Follow the epic adventures in Austria of 4 travel advisors to discover the places, people and activities that wowed them—and are sure to delight your own clients.
An exploration of this Austrian city takes us through picturesque natural scenes, a happening fashion street and stunning architecture.