Austria (83,879 km2/32,386 sq. mi), one of the most undervalued landlocked country in Europe. This country has one of the best world’s opera houses. It is rich in culture, history, architecture, and natural blessings. One can enjoy the utmost in Austria. Austria is bordered by Slovakia and Hungary to the east, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein to the west, Germany and Czech Republic to the north, and Slovenia and Italy to the south. German is the main language here, however, many Austrian communicates using Bavarian dialects. Here, are 7 days to-do list in Austria.
Day 1- Arrive in Vienna
Arrive at Vienna via Vienna Airport Lines. We go for evening short walk around musical giants like Mozart, Beethoven, and emperors and empresses of the glittering Hapsburg dynasty. Overnight at a hotel
Day 2- Explore in Vienna
The Capital city of Vienna has Hofburg Palace, largest palace complexes in the world, St. Stephen’s Cathedral (136-meter-high ) multi-colored Gothic church with 343 stairs, Rathaus, a Neo-Gothic style Town Hall (the 1800s ), Vienna State Opera, and Weiner Riesenrad, “Giant Ferris Wheel” ( 1897, 65-meter-tall)
Day 3- Vienna
We visit Schönbrunn Palace (the 1770s), a 1,441-room Baroque palace which is most important historical, cultural, and architectural building in all of Austria We will also visit Schönbrunn Park, open to the public since 1779, and Natural History Museum Filled with over 30 million objects
Day 4- Travel to Salzburg
We travel to Salzburg Rental Car (3.5 hours). We explore Salzburg Fortress Hohensalzburg, one of the largest intact fortresses in all of Europe. We will discover Mirabell Palace and Gardens, built by a prince- Archbishop Wolf Dietrich, Altstadt (Old Town), St. Peter’s Abbey (7th century), the spiritual heart of Salzburg Hellbrunn Palace Trick Fountains, and Mozart’s Birthplace
Day 5- Salzburg to Hallstatt day trip
We can to Hallstatt, UNESCO World Heritage site by Train or by Car. This spot is appropriate for Walk and explore the Town, Proceeds the Funicular to the Skywalk and Salt Mine
Day 6- Salzburg to Innsbruck
The journey can begin by Car or Train. We stopover at Altstadt von Innsbruck, an old town built in 1500, Hofkirche (Court Church) made in 1553 that took over 80 years to build, Imperial Palace (Hofburg) built in the 15th century by Emperor Maximilian I, Innsbrucker Nordketten Bahnen, Bergisel Ski Jump, and Tirol Panorama.
Day 7- Innsbruck to Vienna and flight home
Fly over Innsbruck to Vienna and home.
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