Austria in Central Europe, characterized by mountain villages, baroque architecture, Imperial history and rugged Alpine terrain. One of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, attracts tourists year-round with places to visit in both summer and winter. In fact, with some of Europe’s finest skiing, winter is almost as busy as summer in the spectacular mountain regions. The River Danube flows for about 350 kilometers from west to east through the northern part of the country, adding to its allure as a tourist destination.
Best Time to Visit
For the best of the warm weather, plan to go between April and October. If you’re skiing, you can pretty much guarantee a good covering of snow from November onwards to April. So, you can book your Austria Tour Packages according to your travel plan by choosing any of the recommended months.
Best Austria Tour Packages
1. Prague – Vienna – Budapest Tour
This splendid tour is a unique chance to explore three of the most famous European capitals. Often referred to as the “imperial triangle”, each city bears evidence of its fascination historical past, at the same time its own exquisite charm. In the morning’s sightseeing tour of Vienna, you will drive along the eminent Ring Street with its splendid palaces, see the world famous Vienna State Opera, Imperial Residence Hofburg, Parliament, Vienna City Hall, and State Theatre. In Sightseeing tour of Prague, you will get your first acquaintance of “the city of a hundred spires”. You will see the most important sights, for example Wenceslas Square, the National Theatre, the Lesser Town and Hradcany with Prague Castle and much more. Tour to Budapest includes Heroes’ Square, Fisherman’s Bastion, Opera House, Chain Bridge, and Royal Palace as the major sightseeing spots of the city. Much more in tour package…
2. Cities, Wine And More Tour
In the heart of Europe. Slovenia has many jewels to surprise you – lively cities, rugged alpine summits, warm thermal springs and first class mouth-watering delights. Have the trip to the capital of Croatia, Zagreb ahead of you. Zagreb is an old central European city offering activities such as the picturesque market and walks through the green parks. Your city guide will help you to learn the history of the city before you will have your free time to explore it on your own. Before returning to the hotel enjoy a wine tasting and snack at Rogaska Slatina in a “Repnice” (wine cellar). Much more in tour Package…
3. Tyrol Tour – Austria’s Favourite Region!
Explore the magnificence of Tyrol and some of its most popular sights. Begin your discovery of Tyrol with the trip to its capital, once the capital of Austrian-Hungarian Empire, Innsbruck. Go for a walk along the old streets of the city centre, enjoy a coffee and cake in one of the cafes or visit Swarovski crystal shop. Make the day even more exciting with either horse or carriage ride, a guided city walking tour or a ride up the Nordkette mountain train. Enjoy a trip around the Kitzbühel Alps as well as the visit to the town of Kitzbühel and its fascinating colourful buildings. Take a ride up the spectacular Kitzbühel Horn cable car for breath-taking scenery. Much more in tour package…
4. Graz And Styria Tour – Culture And Nature In Perfect Symbiose
Graz & Styria – the green heart of Europe and home of the Lipizzaner horses! Graz turns its visitors into time travellers and takes them back to long past centuries. Here, you shake hands with the Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque period. You already know romantic lanes, Gothic churches and Baroque inner courtyards. Your guide will lead you through the architectural diversity the city to the Palace of the ‘Landesregierung’, ‘Herrengasse’, ‘Landhaushof’ and the artificial island on the Mur river. Reserve the rest of the day for yourself and explore this lively young city at your own pace. On next day, head to Eastern Styria – to the Styrian Apple Region. Fertile soil, mild climate and a lot of sunshine make the fruit thrive here exceptionally well, which lends the region its name. Enjoy the undulating landscape with fruit orchards as far as the eye can see. Much more in tour package..
5. The Austrian Lake District Tour
Fabulous “Salzkammergut” – the Austrian Lake district, is one of Austria’s most popular destinations. The day begins with a tour of the lakes, visiting St. Gilgen, birth place of Mozarts mother and St. Wolfgang with its famous White Horse Inn. Additionally, you may go for a boat trip across Lake Wolfgang and an once-in-a-lifetime journey with the “Schafberg” railway to an altitude of 1,190m above the sea level. In the afternoon, we suggest you have a trip to Mondsee, where you can visit the wedding church of the famous movie “The Sound of Music”. Make your stay unforgettable and travel on the Attergau narrow gauge railway to Attersee and then a round trip on Lake Attersee. From the train you can enjoy the picturesque views of the sur- rounding Kalkalpen Mountains and from the boat the marvelous lakeside scenery. Free time in Attersee will perfectly end your day. Have a half-day trip to Bad Ischl: This famous spa town in the Lake District was the preferred summer residence of the Habsburger family and is known for its impressive “Kaiser Villa”. The villa and its park were named to be one of the greatest treasures of the 19th century and are a direct contrast to the magnificent splendour of the Vienna palaces. Much more in tour package..