Do you want to witness hundreds of hues of green on a highland, listening to the chimes of cowbells?
Have you dreamt of soaking in soulful classical music and listening to the stories of wealthy royals?
Dare to dive in pristine blue waters by the hillside?
Do you want to sip the world’s finest coffee and forget the world in a plaza filled with heritage monuments?
Let us Travel to Austria – the “Land Of Music” and home to piquant cheese.
What to know when travelling to Austria?
It is never “a piece of cake” for Indians to get Schengen Visa. “My dream is to travel to Austria” – Not many tourists claim this. So getting an Austrian tourist visa is less painful than in many other Schengen countries. Continue Reading…….
The small alpine nation looks overwhelming when you begin to plan. But your Austria travel plan can be easier with our 15 essential tips. Continue Reading…….
Cheese and Organic farming: The two words can describe delicious Austrian food wholly. But Austrian hunting tradition dates back to historical times. Worldwide, hunters consider Austria to be one of the most hospitable hunting grounds. Organic farming and hunting – With these two contrasting words, is it easy to get Vegetarian food in Austria? Continue Reading…..
Witty or wacky, silly or severe – I found some unique or weird things about Austria – the land of lakes, mountains, music and charming towns. Continue Reading……
While wandering in Austria for half a month, I have done some right things to save money. As a flashpacker travelling with my 58-year-old mother, I valued comfort over budget sometimes. Also, I made a few mistakes unknowingly that hit my wallet a little stronger than I expected.
After reading my previous posts, you may wonder what a mid-ranger budget-conscious flashpacker could buy during her Austria travel days. Continue Reading…
Perfect 15 Days Austria Travel Itinerary
Three days in Vienna
Two days in Lower Austria
Travelling to Austria’s capital city? Before you head there, you need to know a few things: Where to stay? Is Salzburg better than Vienna? How to get around, Buying vIenna pass etc. Continue reading…
On paper, Vienna had everything a history buff like me craves – History, Architecture, street art, charming alleys and coffee. The city hides many things besides its colossal palaces & museums. So this is an assorted list of the best things to do in Vienna that shows why a non-museum lover like me fell in love with the city. Continue reading…
Wachau Valley caught my attention when my mom and I decided to travel to Austria. I love wine, and we both have a soft spot for small towns. I wasn’t wrong in planning two days of strolling and sailing through the quintessential charming towns by the Danube side because it is my mother’s favourite place in Austria. Continue reading……..
Four Fantastic days of exploring the most beautiful province of Austria – Tirol
Kirchberg is a hamlet within a hamlet. The rugged peaks on the horizon border the rolling meadows and smaller lakes dotting the land mass. And I learnt to “Appreciate Doing Nothing” here. Continue reading…..
When I think of Innsbruck, I get dazed – It is Austria’s alpine capital with loads of history. We call this a city, but it has a stunning mountainous landscape. It is cosy enough to call a town; the skyscrapers prove it is a city. So you need to know that; Continue Reading…
Summer in Innsbruck – Yay or Nay? Totally yay! Many think Innsbruck isn’t worth their time in the “non-ski” season. Trust me; the city is an excellent mixture of history, stunning landscape, beautiful river bank and adventurous hiking trails. So when you travel to Austria in Summer, these 13 things of Innsbruck; Continue Reading…..
Soulful Seven days in Salzburg – Lakes, castles, cakes and mountains
Travel Guide to Salzburg in Austria – Where to stay, how to get around, which pass to buy and what not to do. Continue Reading……
Despite being such a small city, are there many things to do in Salzburg for a week-long week? Surprisingly yes! Hikers to history buffs, shopaholics to “cake-aholic”, Salzburg feels like it is designed to keep all kinds of visitors happy. Continue Reading….
When you think of Austria, you don’t hear the town “Saint Gilgen” as much as the big giants like Innsbruck or Salzburg. But it is the most charming town, and you must add it to your Austria Travel itinerary. Continue Reading…..
Austria’s Grossglockner High Alpine Road- The name says it all. You drive in one of the Alps’ highest mountain ranges. But what hides behind the name is the “Journey which is more beautiful than the destination.” Continue Reading……..
Hallstatt is a picture-perfect village home to less than 800, but more than a million tourists visit annually. The bus tours make it easier for “social media-oriented tourists.” That half-day trip to Hallstatt felt more like visiting an amusement park or a circus than experiencing the village. Continue Reading……..
Augustiner Beer Garden in Salzburg – A holy heaven! Never I thought I would associate the word “holy” with beer and write a detailed story on one hangout place. Until I went there, I wondered why this place was so hyped. Now I claim it deserves even more fanfare. Continue Reading…..
Eagles nest and Konigssee Lake – Aren’t they in Germany? So why am I calling it a day trip from Austria’s Salzburg? Because from Salzburg, Germany border is 7km away. And the most scenic nature of Germany -The bavarian region, is an hour away from Salzburg by bus. The postcard pictures I saw on the internet; Continue Reading…..