Tour to Austria



What tours to Austria are there, and how much do they cost now?

Austria is European comfort, a high level of service and a lot of new experiences. Despite the fact that the country is small, rest here meets all the requirements of the most demanding tourists and inquisitive travelers – lovers of active, sightseeing or recreational recreation. What tours to Austria can be chosen, and at what prices?

Austria is a small country located in Central Europe. However, it is this country that is a real storehouse of chic opportunities for a wide variety of recreation. Winter sports enthusiasts have long appreciated the magnificent ski resorts. Those who seek to recuperate and relax, fell in love with Austrian clinics, thermal springs and warm lakes.

Among other things, this country has something to see: it is here that medieval buildings of incredible beauty and places where Mozart and Haydn once worked were preserved. In a word, people come here for history, culture, and landscapes that amaze the imagination. Whichever tour you choose, in any case, you will be satisfied and bring home warming memories.

Ski tours in Austria

Two-thirds of Austria is occupied by the Alps, so it is not surprising that ski tours to this country are so popular. There are trails of different difficulty levels, so that both professionals and beginners can hone their skills. Many Austrian ski resorts host world-class competitions, so the equipment, tracks, and service are of the highest quality. Moreover, the system of lifts and ski passes is being improved every year, in some places you can move from one valley to another on the funicular and at the same time use one personalized subscription.

Perhaps the most popular ski resort in Austria is Zell am See. This place is famous for its lake. The ski slopes have a total length of more than 80 km, and the SKI Pass is valid for the entire Zell am See-Kaprun skiing region. Add to this breathtaking landscapes and affordable prices, and there will be no doubt about where to spend your winter vacation.

Another must-visit place for all ski lovers is Kaprun. The famous Kitzsteinhorn glacier is located in this resort, located at an altitude of more than 3000 m. Like Zell am See, Kaprun is located in the Pinzgau region of Salzburg. Kaprun is a quiet, cozy town that retains the charm of a rustic flavor. It is ideal for those who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle and prefer a homely atmosphere to fun festivities.

Two more villages, Saalbach and Hinterglemm, will welcome you in the picturesque Glemmtal valley. Both amateurs and experts agree that the skiing opportunities here are unique, which is why the largest international competitions and World Cup stages are held in this region. Together with Leogang, the villages form another major Austrian sports region – the Ski Circus.

Excursion and bus tours to Austria

It is impossible to travel to Austria and not get acquainted with its amazing history and culture. Even if your goal is to relax on the lake or ski around the clock, be sure to get out for a day or two on an excursion to Vienna or Salzburg. But for those who want to see the real Austria, take their time, walk along the cozy streets and courtyards, soak up the amazing medieval atmosphere, touch the events of the past and the lives of great people, you should choose a full-fledged excursion tour.

To get acquainted with the cultural heritage of Vienna, you can choose the Vienna Art tour, which includes a visit to the Schönbrunn Palace, the Vienna Kunstkamera, the Museum of Modern Art, as well as an audio guide and a card that gives discounts to museums, cafes and restaurants.

To get acquainted with the cultural heritage of Vienna, you can choose the Vienna Art tour, which includes a visit to the Schönbrunn Palace, the Vienna Kunstkamera, the Museum of Modern Art, as well as an audio guide and a card that gives discounts to museums, cafes and restaurants.

If you happen to be in Vienna, go:

to the Vienna Woods, to the southern suburbs of Vienna, distinguished by their pristine beauty;

to the Wachau valley, where you can visit one of the oldest Benedictine monasteries in Europe and admire the

beautiful views of the Danube from the height of the ancient fortress;

to Burgenland, where many places are connected with the life and work of Haydn.

From Vienna, you can easily get to German Munich or the equally stunning Salzburg and Graz. For true art lovers, special tours “Vienna Mozart” or “History of Palaces and Emperors – Hofburg Museums” are organized.

Medical tours to Austria

Another popular destination in Austria is medical tours. This country is famous for its warm lakes and thermal springs. In Austrian sanatoriums and hospitals, you can undergo rehabilitation after serious injuries, cure diseases of the cardiovascular and reproductive systems, the musculoskeletal system, as well as simply restore strength, strengthen immunity and relieve stress.

You can purchase both a complete wellness tour (for example, to the Bad Gastein spa, famous for its radon adits, where respiratory diseases and rheumatism are effectively treated), and a tour with treatment packages. Such tours include flights, accommodation, treatment, all transfers and medical insurance.

Combined tours to Austria

If it’s hard for you to choose just one, it’s a good idea to go on a combo tour. For example, combine visiting several cities at once (Vienna, Salzburg, Graz) or skiing during the day and swimming in warm lakes in the evening. If you wish, visiting Austria you can look into Germany (Munich) and Italy (Verona). Or choose a grand tour of Austria for a whole week, in which, in addition to Vienna and Salzburg, you will have a trip to the Wachau valley, waterfalls in Golling or Krimml, visiting the famous Zell am See, Innsbruck and the “happy lake” Traunsee. The cost of such tours starts from 1230 euros for two and includes flights, accommodation, insurance and walking tours.


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