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Luxury travel agency to austria: a symphony of elegance and alpine beauty.

Austria, the heart of Europe, beckons luxury travelers with its captivating blend of opulence, natural beauty, and cultural treasures. Whether you seek a romantic honeymoon in a fairytale castle, a family adventure amidst Alpine landscapes, or a corporate retreat in a historic city, Austria vacation packages offer a tapestry of experiences.

Vienna: Imperial Grandeur and Artistic Enchantment Begin your Austrian sojourn in Vienna, the city of palaces and classical music. Explore the opulent Schönbrunn Palace, witness the artistic treasures of the Belvedere Palace, and attend a performance at the Vienna State Opera. Savor coffee and Sachertorte in historic coffeehouses, and immerse yourself in the works of Klimt and Schiele at the Leopold Museum.

Salzburg: The Sound of Music and Baroque Splendor Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart and the setting for “The Sound of Music,” offers a delightful blend of music and architecture. Visit Mozart’s birthplace, explore the Hohensalzburg Fortress, and take in the views from Mirabell Palace’s gardens. Attend classical concerts in historic venues and traverse the Alpine foothills.

Innsbruck: Alpine Adventure and Winter Sports Innsbruck, nestled in the heart of the Alps, is a gateway to adventure. In winter, ski in renowned resorts like Seefeld and St. Anton. In summer, hike amidst stunning landscapes, explore the historic old town, and visit the Imperial Palace. The Golden Roof is a must-see attraction.

Austrian Lakes: Idyllic Retreats and Waterside Bliss Austria’s lakes, including Wolfgangsee and Hallstatt, offer picturesque settings for luxury retreats. Enjoy private boat rides, lakeside villas, and pristine waters. Hallstatt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a fairytale village nestled against the Dachstein Alps. Contact a travel agent to book your Austria trip today.

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Fun Facts About Austria:

  • Austria is famous for the Vienna Boys’ Choir, established in 1498.
  • The Austrian flag is one of the oldest national flags in the world.
  • Vienna is known as the “City of Music” due to its musical heritage.
  • The Alps cover approximately 62% of Austria’s total land area.
  • Austria is home to the world’s largest ice cave system, Eisriesenwelt.
  • The Vienna Prater amusement park features the iconic Giant Ferris Wheel.
  • Mozart composed over 600 works during his lifetime.
  • Austrian cuisine includes classics like Wiener Schnitzel and Sachertorte.
  • Austria has over 50,000 kilometers of marked hiking trails.
  • Lake Neusiedl is Central Europe’s largest endorheic lake.
  • The Austrian National Library in Vienna holds more than 12 million items.
  • Vienna’s Spanish Riding School is famous for its Lipizzaner horses.
  • Austria has won the Eurovision Song Contest twice.
  • The country is a top destination for winter sports, with excellent ski resorts.
  • Austria has a rich tradition of marzipan and chocolate production.

Top Questions About Austria:

  • When is the best time to visit Austria using a travel agency for a luxury vacation? Austria is splendid year-round, with summer (June to August) ideal for outdoor activities and winter (December to February) perfect for skiing.
  • What are the must-visit cities in Austria for history and culture lovers? Explore Vienna for its palaces and museums, Salzburg for music heritage, and Innsbruck for Alpine charm.
  • What is the significance of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna? Schönbrunn Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and former imperial residence known for its lavish Rococo architecture.
  • What winter sports and activities can one enjoy in Austria? Austria offers skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and ice skating in world-class resorts.
  • Where can I savor authentic Austrian cuisine? Sample Wiener Schnitzel, Sachertorte, and traditional Austrian dishes in local restaurants and cafés.
  • What are the best lakeside retreats in Austria? Wolfgangsee, Hallstatt, and Lake Neusiedl offer serene lakeside experiences and luxury accommodations.
  • What famous classical music events and festivals take place in Austria? Attend the Salzburg Festival and Vienna Philharmonic’s New Year’s Concert for classical music performances.
  • What is the Golden Roof in Innsbruck, and why is it famous? The Golden Roof is a historic balcony with a golden roof in Innsbruck, offering stunning views and architectural beauty.
  • What is the Eisriesenwelt, and where is it located? Eisriesenwelt is the world’s largest ice cave system, found





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Introduction to Austria (6 Days) Vienna & the Wachau, Salzburg

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Highlights of Austria (9 Days) Vienna, Salzkammergut & Hallstatt, Salzburg

Journey Through Austria (10 Days) Vienna & the Wachau, Salzburg, Innsbruck

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Journey Through Central Europe (15 Days) Warsaw & Auschwitz, Krakow, Prague, Vienna, Budapest

Exclusive Austria, Germany & Switzerland (15 Days) Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Baden-Baden & Colmar, Lucerne, Lausanne

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Our expert local guides are indispensible for experiencing the sophistication and cultural depth of Vienna, one of Europe’s most interesting cities, and gaining insight into the history and charms of Salzburg, Graz and other Austrian towns.

Private touring also ensures time to explore Austria’s diverse and beautiful landscapes at your own pace, whether cruising the Danube River, stopping to admire sparkling lakes in the Salzkammergut or opting for a hike among high Alpine peaks in Tyrol.

Our luxury tours of Austria feature:

  • Preferred rooms in Austria’s premier luxury hotels, such as the Hotel Sacher, Hotel Bristol and Goldener Hirsch
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  • Highly personalized itinerary planning and expert advice from our Austria specialists
  • Restaurant reservations, shopping recommendations, tickets to cultural performances, and exclusive access to local activities and experts

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Hallstattersee lake in the Austrian Alps in scenic morning light on a beautiful sunny day in summer

Once one of the world’s most powerful empires, now one of Europe’s most powerful draw cards.

It’s not just Austria’s hills that are alive with the sound of music: the whole country hums with a harmony of history, culture and beauty. From Vienna’s grand palaces to Innsbruck’s ski runs and Salzburg’s manicured streets, Austria dishes up schnitzel with a side of pinch-yourself moments. This is the land of Klimt, of Mozart, of – dare we say it – Schwarzenegger himself. In fact, by the time you finish your Austria tour, we can almost guarantee you’ll be saying ‘I’ll be back’ too.

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Capital city.

Vienna (1.951 million)

9.1 million

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Culture and customs.

Though the Austria we know now is a small, beautiful country covered in forests and mountains with small alpine towns and grand imperial cities, it was once the most powerful empire in the world. It ruled   Europe  for centuries and brought wiener schnitzel to the world and for that, at the very least, we should be thankful.

Austria’s historical power and reach mean that its modern ‘culture’ is an amalgamation of its many neighbours and former territories.   Germany , Hungary, and   Italy – all three and more, including the Ottoman   Turks , have had a part to play in Austria’s unique national identity and this is reflected in its art, food, music and the people’s attitudes.

A central part of Austrian culture, particularly in Vienna, is the coffee house. Viennese coffee houses are legendary and listed by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage. The organisation describes the cafes as places ‘where time and space are consumed, but only coffee is found on the bill,’ while Austrian author Stefan Zweig wrote that they’re ‘actually a sort of democratic club, open to everyone for the price of a cheap cup of coffee.’

Then there’s art; architecture; opera and music. Mozart. Joseph Hayden. Johann Strauss. Austria’s culture is exactly that: cultured. And while Vienna has mind-boggling palaces, an unrivalled history of classical music and art and is one of Europe’s most popular urban getaways, that’s not all there is to Austria. Head out of the city and you’ll find snow-capped mountains hosting some of Europe’s best skiing. Walk down the hill and you'll come across Europe's largest lake, acting as both a summer retreat and the Swiss border.

If anything, the Austrians are dabblers, equally comfortable with high culture and high peaks. And whether you're standing at the top of the Alps or the back of the opera, you can be sure that there'll be someone on hand to clink beer glasses and say 'prost'.

History and government

The habsburgs.

Europe was ruled for many centuries by the Habsburg family. They dominated Europe through a series of smart marriages and their ascent to power began with the acquisition of the Duchy of Austria through Rudolf I. He was elected Holy Roman Emperor in 1273 and, after a protracted war, took control of Austria and a number of territories under the Habsburg crown.

The Habsburgs were early adopters of a ‘make love, not war’ approach to gaining territory, and Emperor Maxmilian I began a policy of strategic marriages around 1500 to increase his power and possessions. The Habsburgs gained control over large parts of Southern Germany, the   Netherlands , Burgundy,   Hungary , southern Italy and   Spain , as well as the Spanish colonies.

Ottoman rivalry

The Siege of Vienna, in 1529, was the first attempt by the Ottoman Empire, led by Suleiman the Magnificent, to capture the city of Vienna. The Ottoman army was 100,000 strong and attempted to tunnel under the walls of Vienna to lay siege on the city. They were unsuccessful, but military conflict continued against the Ottoman Turks for over 150 years, with the Ottomans claiming Hungary for over a century. The conflicts culminated in the Battle of Vienna, which the Ottomans eventually lost at the end of the 17th century.

The Reformation

Austria not only faced a threat from the Ottomans in the 16th and 17th centuries but also from the advent of Protestantism. The Reformation spread across Europe and animosity towards the Catholic Church, to which the ruling Habsburg family belonged, became widespread. The Habsburgs attempted to re-Catholicise Protestant Europe through force, which triggered the Thirty Years’ War. The war devastated Europe and permanently altered the continent’s power balance, with both France and Sweden rising as powers and Austria and the Holy Roman Empire becoming severely weakened.

When Napoleon rolled through Europe with the   French  army, he was focused on destroying the Austrian Habsburg-led Holy Roman Empire. Perhaps the most important battle fought within the Austrian Empire was the Battle of Austerlitz, which is considered one of Napoleon’s greatest tactical victories. He took Vienna and the defeated Holy Roman Empire dissolved in 1806, some thousand years after it began, and never reappeared.

The decline of an empire

Following increased pressure from the people of Hungary to be independent, Austria became Austria-Hungary or the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1867 under Franz Josef I. He ruled for almost 68 years until his death in 1916 during WWI, which began after Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia following the assassination of the heir to the Empire, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo in 1914. WWI Austria-Hungary received the unconditional support of Germany, who also declared war on   Serbia .

During the war, a young Austrian named Adolf Hitler enlisted in the Bavarian army. He would go on to become one of the most influential, evil and infamous men in European and world history. He desperately wanted to rejoin Germany and Austria and in 1938 the Nazis annexed Austria – known as the 'Anschluss' –  to a mostly positive response from the Austrian people. Austria would remain a state of Germany until the end of WWII when it was divided into four zones by the victorious Allied nations.

Modern Austria

Austria became an independent nation once more in 1955 and declared permanent neutrality, joining the UN the same year. It is now one of the 20 richest countries in the world and governed by a conservative democratic government. Vienna consistently tops lists of the world’s most liveable cities and the country is a popular tourist destination thanks to its outdoor activities, history, culture and food.

Eating and drinking

Austrian cuisine has much in common with its neighbours. It’s carb-heavy, comforting and so, so delicious. Here are a few classics:

  • Schnitzel This alone is a good enough reason to come to Austria. Take boneless meat, thin it with a hammer, coat it in breadcrumbs and fry it up. It doesn’t sound pretty, but the taste speaks for itself. The wiener schnitzel is traditionally served with a slice of lemon (leave your ketchup at home) with potato salad or potato with parsley and butter. September 9th is National Wiener Schnitzel Day, but unfortunately, this isn’t a national holiday – yet.
  • Strudel The strudel gained popularity in the 18th century and is related to the Ottoman Empire’s baklava pastry, arriving in Austria via the Turk’s occupation of Hungary. The filling is made of grated apples, sugar, cinnamon, raisins, and breadcrumbs, with ice cream or whipped cream on top.
  • Sacher Torte A type of chocolate cake that was invented by Austrian Franz Sacher in 1832. Prince Wenzel von Metternich had asked his chef to create something special for his important guests and the head chef, having fallen ill, let his 16-year-old apprentice, Franz Sacher, take the lead. Sacher’s eldest son, Eduard, perfected the recipe and established the Hotel Sacher in 1876, which was the first place to serve the cake. It remains the city’s most famous culinary speciality and can be eaten at the original hotel.
  • Viennese coffee The Vienna coffee is the perfect winter treat. Take a couple of shots of espresso and fill the cup with whipped cream as a replacement for milk and sugar. Drink through the creamy goodness and consider yourself cultured. The coffee houses have, after all, been the centre of Vienna’s social life for more than a century.

Plant-based options

Though traditional Austrian food tends to be meat-heavy, vegetarians and vegans will still have plenty of options. Cities like Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck have seen more and more vegetarian/vegan restaurants open and the many bakeries across the country also sell sweet and savoury vegetarian snacks. If you’re after a more traditional meal, there’ll be plenty of potatoes and sauerkraut to keep you going, and vegetarians may want to try spatzle, a gnocchi-like dish often served with tomato sauce or cheese.

Geography and environment

Austria is a landlocked nation bordered by Germany, Italy,   Switzerland , Slovakia, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, Hungary and the   Czech Republic . Austria itself can be split into three geographical areas: the Alps, the Danube River Basin and the forest country to the north.

The Austrian Alps, which typically sit at an altitude of 3000–3800 m (9843–12,467 feet) cover approximately 65 per cent of the country. There are the Western Limestone and Southern Limestone Alps, which border Switzerland and Italy/ Slovenia  respectively, and then the Northern Limestone Alps running along the German border. The Central Eastern Alps, which are the most dramatic of the mountainous regions, runs west to east through the centre of the country.

Danube River Basin

The Danube, which is Europe’s second-longest river, flows eastward from southern Germany through Austria and out to the Black Sea. Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest were all built along the river, with Vienna and Bratislava separated by just 80 kilometres (50 miles). The river snakes from the northwest to the east, passing through the cities of Linz and Vienna, and the surrounding land is generally low-lying and fertile.

Northern forests

To the north of the Danube, reaching up towards the Czech border, much of the land is undulating and forested. It’s a fairytale-like landscape filled with charming small towns and rolling green hills.

Austria has three types of climate. Vienna experiences a continental climate with cold winters and warm summers while the other major cities, like Salzburg and Innsbruck, are located at a higher altitude and experience cold winters and cooler summers. The mountainous regions have an alpine climate, which is freezing in the winter and cool in the summer, with thunderstorms in the summer afternoons.

Austria has plenty of markets for all your food, art and handicraft needs. Whether you’re in Vienna or Salzburg, Innsbruck or Linz, you’ll no doubt find a market street that’s straight out of a postcard. There are also a few Austrian gifts that you could pick up while travelling in the country:

Channel your inner Julie Andrew and don a dirndl as you frolic through the mountains. We’re not sure how to solve a problem like Maria, but this is a surefire way to look like one. The dirndl is the traditional dress worn by women in both Bavaria and Austria.

Swarovski crystal

Sure, you can find Swarovski all over the world, but has been a family-owned business since it began in Austria in 1895. If you have someone special to come home to, a crystal sculpture or piece of jewellery from the motherland may just confirm that absence really does make the heart grow fonder.

Snow globes

A snow globe? How tacky. Or is it? These cute souvenirs were actually created in Austria by a man named Erwin Perzy, who was trying to improve the brightness of the electric bulb. Shoemakers used water-filled glass globes to increase candlelight and Perzy wanted to do the same with a bulb. After pouring powder into a globe he discovered that it looked a little like snowfall, so he gave up on his idea and instead created a diorama to put inside. Vienna has been producing snow globes ever since, with hundreds of designs available in the gift shop at the city’s Snow Globe Museum.

Festival and events

Austrians love to embrace their cultural history, and throughout the year, there are festivals dedicated to classical music, theatre, opera and modern music. 

ImPuls Tanz Festival

This month-long dance festival is held in Vienna and attracts thousands of professional dancers, choreographers, teachers and students from around the globe. It has been running for over 30 years and was awarded Austria’s most prestigious art prize in 2012.

Bregenz Festival

This is an opera festival with a difference. An open-air, floating stage is built on Lake Constance, Europe’s biggest lake, and features some truly incredible productions. The festival was founded in 1946, following the end of WWII.

World Bodypainting Festival

It's all in the name. Artists from around the world travel to Klagenfurt, in southern Austria, to compete in bodypainting while also running workshops. The three-day main event is one of the region's summer highlights and attracts over 30,000 people.

Wiener Festwochen

Held in Vienna, the Wiener Festwochen is a high point of the Viennese cultural calendar. It features theatre productions, orchestra concerts, recitals and performances. It was established in 1951 as a ‘demonstration of Austria’s will to survive’ and to prove that a city ravaged by war could still engage in cultural activities.

Salzburg Festival

The Salzburg Festival celebrates music and theatre in the birthplace of Mozart (and the Sound of Music). It was first held in 1920 and begins in late July and runs through the end of August.

Public holidays that may impact travel include:

Ascension Day

Whit Monday

Corpus Christi

National Day

All Saint's Day

Liberation Day

Immaculate Conception

Please note that the dates of  Austria's public holidays  may vary.

Further reading

For inspiring stories to prepare you for your Austria adventure, check out these books:

  • The World of Yesterday   – Stefan Zweig
  • Schlepping Through the Alps   ­– Sam Apple
  • The Story of the Trapp Family Singers   – Maria von Trapp
  • The Age of Insight   – Eric R. Kandel
  • The Painted Kiss   – Elizabeth Hickey
  • The Radetzky March   – Joseph Roth
  • The Piano Teacher   – Elfriede Jelinek

Austria travel FAQs

Do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travellers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travellers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

When is the best time to visit Austria?

The best times to visit Vienna and Salzburg are late spring and early autumn (May, June, and September). That said, there’s really no bad time to visit. Each season has its own charms and though mid-late summer (July, August) can see afternoon thunderstorms rolling in, there’s plenty of sunshine to be had.

The winter months are freezing and snowing, so this is a good time to visit the cities if you’re after a classic European Christmas atmosphere. January and February tend to be dark, quiet and cold.

If you’re looking to take a skiing holiday, the best months are February and March when snow is plentiful and the days are longer than in December or January.

What is the weather like in Austria?

Vienna averages a temperature of 14–24°C (57–75°F) in the summer and -2–3°C (28–37°F) in the winter. It has relatively low levels of precipitation, peaking at 60 mm (2.4 inches) in the middle of summer.

Temperatures are much colder in the mountainous regions, with an average temperature of 8–21°C (46–69°F) in the summer and -9–1°C (16–34°F) in the winter. This gets colder the higher you go. Precipitation is more abundant, typically falling as snow in the winter and thunderstorms in the summer. Austria’s highest mountain, Grossglockner, averages about 165 mm (6.5 inches) in summer and 145 mm (5.7 inches) in the winter.

Is it safe to visit Austria?

Yes, Austria is safe to visit and the cities experience very low crime rates. The biggest risk to travellers probably comes from the mountainous areas, which can be dangerous for inexperienced skiers and hikers. Be sure to pack appropriate clothing, water and food, and tell someone what your plans are if you are heading into the hills.

Do I need a visa to travel to Austria?

Austria is a member of the Schengen Convention, which means that if you travel to an EU member country or countries, like Austria, for a total of fewer than 90 days, a visa is not required. Citizens of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, the UK and other member countries of the EU and Schengen area are included under this arrangement.

Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveller. Entry requirements can change at any time, so it's important that you check for the latest information. Please visit the relevant consular website of the country or countries you’re visiting for detailed and up-to-date visa information specific to your country of origin. Check the Essential Trip Information section of your tour itinerary for more information.

Is tipping customary in Austria?

Most restaurants will include service charges and taxes in the bill. Rounding the amount up or adding 5–10 per cent to the bill is customary too, although it’s not compulsory.

Your local leader may discuss the idea of running a group tipping kitty on the first day of your trip. In a group tipping kitty, everybody contributes an equal amount at the start of the tour that your leader uses to tip drivers, local guides and hotel staff on your behalf. The leader will keep a running record of all monies spent, which can be checked at any time.

Any money remaining at the end of the tour is returned to group members. This is often the easiest way to avoid the hassle of needing small change and knowing when and what is an appropriate amount to tip. Participation in this kitty is optional, and you are welcome to manage your own tipping separately if you prefer. Please note the tipping kitty excludes tips for your tour leader.

What is the internet access like in Austria?

Internet access in Austria is generally very good. In both larger cities and small towns there will be wi-fi available at hotels, cafes, bars and in some public spaces.

Can I use my mobile phone while in Austria?

Mobile phone coverage is great in most parts of Austria although service may be limited in the more remote parts of the Alps. If you want to use your own SIM card, ensure global roaming is activated before you arrive and make sure you’re aware of any international roaming charges.

What are the toilets like in Austria?

Flushable, Western-style toilets are the norm in Austria.

Can I drink the water in Austria?

Yes, it’s safe to drink the tap water in Austria unless otherwise marked. The water in the mountains is beautiful while Vienna has some of its tap water pumped in directly from the Alps. For environmental reasons, try to avoid buying bottled water and fill a reusable bottle instead.

Are credit cards widely accepted in Austria?

Credit cards are generally accepted all over Austria although some smaller shops and cafes may only accept cash. Always carry a small amount of euros to cover cash purchases, especially when visiting more rural areas.

What is ATM access like in Austria?

ATMs are very common in Austria. It shouldn't be a problem finding one in most towns and cities.

Is Austria safe for LGBTQIA+ travellers?

Austria is a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travellers. Austrians are generally open-minded and very tolerant, and there are protections in place against discrimination towards LGBT-identifying people while same-sex marriage was legalised in 2019.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting  Equaldex  or  ILGA  before you travel.

If you are travelling solo on an Intrepid group tour, you will share accommodation with a passenger of the same gender as per your passport information. If you don’t identify with the gender assigned on your passport, please let us know at time of booking and we’ll arrange the rooming configuration accordingly. A single supplement is available on some tours for travellers who do not wish to share a room.

What to wear in Austria

This depends on the area you’re visiting and what time of year it is. Summertime in Vienna, for example, is perfect for light clothing while the winter requires a full winter wardrobe.

Weather in the mountains is often unpredictable and can change extremely quickly. It’s best to be prepared with layers including a waterproof jacket, waterproof shoes, a warm jumper and thermal layers if need be.

Is Austria accessible for travellers with disabilities?

Intrepid is committed to making travel widely accessible, regardless of ability or disability. That’s why we do our best to help as many people see the world as possible, regardless of any physical or mental limitations they might have. We’re always happy to talk to travellers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them towards the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

Vienna is a relatively accessible city for travellers. Most U-Bahn stations have wheelchair access and ramps are common, though buses and trams won’t necessarily be wheelchair friendly. The Vienna Tourist Information has a comprehensive   Accessible Vienna guide   available for download.

Outside of Vienna, it can be difficult to get around thanks to cobblestone streets and old European buildings, even in the bigger cities like Salzburg and Innsbruck. As a general rule, knowing some common words in the local language, carrying a written itinerary with you and taking to the streets in a group, rather than solo, can help make your travel experience the best it can be.

How do I stay safe and healthy while travelling?

Intrepid takes the health and safety of its travellers seriously and takes every measure to ensure that trips are safe, fun and enjoyable for everyone. We recommend that all travellers check with their government or national travel advisory organisation for the latest information before departure:

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Do I need to purchase travel insurance before travelling?

Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

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Does my trip support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. Trips to this country directly support our global Intrepid Foundation partners Eden Reforestation Projects and World Bicycle Relief. Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

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"From schnitzel to strudel, from The Sound of Music to Strauss, from the snow capped mountains to Salzburg - Austria is simply sensational"

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Waltz through the scenic Austrian countryside

There is no shortage of countryside to allure us in Austria. Wander just beyond the well-trodden cities or further to towns like Hallstat and Durstein and float between the glassy lakes, soft grass hills and trails that wind around mountains.

Walk through the Baroque city of Salzburg

Trips to Salzburg come with a side of opulent architecture. Amble through this town overflowing with charming fountains, squares, cathedrals and cafes, taking time to soak up the immense elegance found in centuries-old spires and domes.

Take an elevator up to the Eagle's Nest

A short drive from Salzburg, through hollowed-out mountains, the Eagle’s Nest – or Kehlsteinhaus – is a monument to the greed of the Nazi regime. Rise up to this chalet perched on a sheer rock wall and be struck by the eerie contrast of the idyllic setting and the people who once roamed its halls.

See the State Opera in Vienna

With the ghosts of Mozart and Strauss in your presence, you can hear the unforgettable sounds of authentic opera at the State Opera in Vienna. The theater come alive as the curtains rise and the performance begins, so powerful you can hear the Soprano reaching her high notes from across the street.

Admire Emperor Maximilian's Golden Roof in Innsbruck

The 2,657 gleaming copper tiles that adorn this building are hard to miss. Enter the historic old town and catch sight of the roof glistening between storybook buildings and bright alps. Walk closer to study scenes of Maximilian’s life richly decorating the alcove.

Our top 5 things to do in Austria

With Trafalgar guiding the way, you'll do so much more than admire storybook towns and see the country’s most iconic spots. These are just a few of the culture-drenched things to do in Austria.

Belvedere Museum

Give yourself a day of freedom to uncover this vast collection of art and treasures. A highlight of any Vienna trip, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Belvedere Museum features three sites with baroque palaces, parks, views and 800 years of priceless artwork. Every corner commands your awe and attention.

Natural History Museum

Discover the depths of Mother Nature at the Natural History Museum in Salzburg. Your visit will reveal the edges of outerspace and what the world looked like millions of years ago when dinosaurs roamed. You can then get aquainted with their distant relatives who amble around the museum’s reptile zoo.

Mozarts Wohnhaus

Step into the Mozart family residence, where Wolfgang wrote piano and violin concerts, serenades and symphonies. Witness the pianoforte on which the young prodigy used to play and gain a deeper insight into the fascinating life and work of this talented family.

Best museums in Austria

Austria's museums are a reflection of the country's reverence for all things natural, musical and artistic. Take a journey with Trafalgar into the museums of this country, and discover why Austria is still a culture capital of Europe.


Visit one of the Vienna’s beloved 'würstelständer' sausage stands to try the street food treat that’s an emblem of the country. Each satisfying bite of käsekrainer is a mix of Austrian sausage and rich melted cheese that oozes from within.

Wiener Schnitzel

Famed for servings so large, they spill off the plate, Austrians have long perfected this dish of tender veal coated in crunchy golden breadcrumbs. One of the country’s icons and a must-try on your trip to Austria, devour wiener schnitzel like a local with a petite side of potato salad.


Get lost in layers of buttery pastry that swirl around baked apple and cinnamon in a dish that translates to ‘whirlpool’. Apfelstrudel tastes best in a cosy Viennese coffee house with a warm brew beside you.

Best food in Austria

Austrians are known for their love affair with meat and nostalgia-inducing desserts. Take a culinary adventure with Trafalgar, and we’ll delight you with the country’s very best gastronomical experiences.

What to pack for Austria

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Opera attire

The opera is a must-do attraction in Austria, made even more enjoyable when you dress the part. If you have room, pack an elegant option in with your travel staples for this very special occasion.

Extra storage

Somewhere between the architecture and the alps, you’re bound to find your camera storage full. Pack an extra SD card or hard drive so you can click away without worry.

A train ticket

With one of the best train networks in the world, excellent overnight services and countryside galore, rail is easily the best way to get around Austria. Thankfully, this is part of the package when you travel with Trafalgar.


A trip surrounded by lush countryside means the possibility of pollen. Make sure you have some antihistamine tablets on hand incase your outdoor adventures induce allergies.

Chances are you’ll be enjoying a substantial serving of the great outdoors on your Austria tour. Protect your eyes from the summer sun and winter snow with some polarized lenses.

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Consider your environmental impact when you next take a trip and go single-use-plastic-free by packing a reusable water bottle, a steel straw, your own shopping bags and refillable toiletry bottles.

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Our Austria travel agents have intimate knowledge of the country that allows them to craft exclusive, customized vacations tailored for you.  Whether visiting Viennese cafés, strolling the cobblestone streets of Salzburg's Old Town, skiing the legendary slopes in Kitzbühel, or hiking the breathtaking Austrian Alps, our travel agencies in Austria intricately plan every detail and handle all arrangements.  With our Austria travel agencies, your vacation is seamless, stress-free, and perfectly curated. Trust our top travel agents to craft your dream trip to this historic destination.

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I found Zicasso on an internet search for senior travel. After contacting the company regarding their proposed two-week tour of Switzerland and Austria, I received proposals from two companies within a couple of days. While the companies' proposals varied from the advertised one, I found our travel agent was the most responsive. Through an email survey, phone calls, and Zoom, he assisted me in planning a trip that met our interests, needs, and budget. Surprisingly, Zicasso was able to save us money on our air flights as well. Our agent fulfilled his offer to contact us daily via text to ensure each step of our trip went smoothly. Even with the eight-hour time difference, he was available by phone when we landed and had difficulty locating our driver. Through a flurry of texts, the driver was located and we connected. When reserved seats on the train were required due to heavy holiday volume, he made the arrangements. The accommodations were wonderful. Obviously, a lot of knowledgeable thought and care went into the planning. From recommendations of places not to miss to restaurant recommendations, he made it so. We were guided, but still had lots of free time and flexibility, and mainly private tours. We will plan our trips this way in the future – our agent’s excellent service and personal attention made this trip a total success.

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Rok's Travel Agency

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My husband and I had a private nine-day tour of Croatia and Slovenia designed by the Zicasso tour operator. We were driven from Rovinj to Dubrovnik, with stops in Zadar, Split, Hvar, Trogir, Plitvice Lakes National Park, and Ston. We also spent time in Ljubljana, Slovenia. We were picked up in Padova, where we were staying, and returned there. Everything was perfect, from the initial planning to the completion of our tour. The travel agent drew up the itinerary, arranged for our driver/guide, booked the hotels, scheduled city guides, made restaurant reservations, and purchased all entrance tickets. Our private driver/guide was an excellent driver who gave intelligent and interesting information throughout the trip. He was very knowledgeable. In addition, he made sure we were well taken care of, from handling our luggage to making sure we were on time for all events. He was also fun and easy to be around. We always felt we were in good hands. We could not have had a better trip. We highly recommend this travel company and our driver/guide.

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The Zicasso tour company proved to be a super travel partner for my wife and me on a two-week trip to the central European cities of Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Budapest. They worked with us closely on the front end to identify our goals and interests, and structured the trip to fully meet those goals and interests. While traveling, their operational manager was in regular contact with us and available on relatively short notice. The itinerary was completed without any hitches, and the guided tours, landmark sights, classical concerts, and timing all worked out well. Each of the four selected hotels were winners! They were located at central spots for easy walking to most activities. The day-by-day tour itinerary was immensely helpful.

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This is the fourth trip we've booked with a Zicasso travel agent and it was another success. We worked with our travel team and could not be happier with the experience. We had originally planned a Croatia-only trip, but expanded it to include Slovenia and day trips to Bosnia Herzegovina (BH) and Montenegro. These were areas we had no experience with and relied on our travel team's recommendations. There are several aspects to a successful trip: locations, hotels, activities, and organization, and all were well planned. First, we are so glad we added the three countries, especially Slovenia, which was spectacular. Every hotel was great and in line with what we like. In addition, the room choices were good, with upgrades to suites and rooms with views and great balconies. Ours was a two-week trip with activities scheduled for almost every day, including guides and five wine tastings. Every guide was fantastic and the wine visits amazing. We were especially surprised and delighted by the high-end and modern winery in Mostar, BH. The area’s wines are very good. Every aspect of the trip was organized. Our agent sent me 37 different vouchers for each of our hotels, drivers, guides, and activities. I can't recommend her enough.

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Viktor's Travel Agency

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Zicasso’s travel company helped us plan and make land arrangements for our trip to Berlin, Prague, Chesky Krumlov, the Wachau Valley, Vienna, and Budapest. We had different needs for the areas we visited based on friends and family we planned to see, tour guide requests, accommodations we needed our travel agent to book, one place we wanted to book ourselves, and car and train transportation between destinations. The arrangements were not straightforward, but our travel agent was flexible. He came through and everything went beautifully as we navigated our itinerary. We had a fabulous time in Central Europe and are very appreciative of our travel team's efforts. Most important to us was the quality of our tour guides, their knowledge of history and culture, storytelling abilities, and enjoyable personalities. Our agent delivered beautifully on our requests for outstanding tour guides, especially in Prague, the Wachau Valley, and Budapest. In Prague and Budapest, we had seven-hour walking tours that were truly wonderful and memorable. Another of our agent’s strengths was recommending charming and comfortable boutique hotels. Highlight hotels he recommended were in Kreuzberg, Berlin, near our friend's home; the one in Prague with the adjacent, gorgeous, UNESCO World Heritage garden; and the one in Vienna. Finally, our travel team remained available to us by text message throughout our trip, answering any questions that came up and being a fun travel partner throughout our travels.

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My sister and I had a wonderful trip! We used Zicasso's travel agent to plan it. From the beginning, all our questions were answered and they offered suggestions along the way. Everything was planned out for us, including private and small group tours. Transportation, if needed, was all arranged. Directions and maps were provided, if needed, along with any tickets for trains and tours. All our hotels were conveniently located and we were within walking distance from restaurants, shops, and metro systems. We really appreciated that. I highly recommend this travel company and wouldn’t hesitate to use them again. I can’t thank them enough for planning our trip, which has provided so many lasting and priceless memories!

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Joachim's Travel Agency

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Zicasso’s travel agent was outstanding. He was able to tailor a trip with guides and drivers who were very knowledgeable of the regions I had an interest in seeing, especially when they included a side trip or two off the beaten track. I especially appreciated the flexibility of guides who adjusted sightseeing agendas to eliminate items I had no interest in (usually in the package deal) in favor of nearby places I did have an interest in. Overall, it was important to start planning for the trip about six months in advance because of the importance of being able to secure hotel bookings and arrange guides and driving services early on. My travel agent was very good at getting back to me immediately and informing me of costs and progress made, and to suggest alternatives or offer a reality check or two, and so on. The hotels I stayed in were basic, which was all I needed. The only observation I had was that the pillows in all the hotels were much too soft; not supportive for seniors who might need something firmer. My favorite hotel, a delightful historic novelty, was in Leipzig. The staff were friendly and very helpful. It was also very quiet and had a relaxing atmosphere. I experienced very helpful staff at a B&B in Berlin at the beginning of the trip. They were informed of my lack of knowledge of technology and acted to help out. However, on the very last day I was there, the clerk refused to help, saying it wasn't his job to fulfill my request. I requested that he check on two items for me, one on the time of the taxi service scheduled to pick me up, which was in conflict with an airport departure time. He refused to help me check to see if any airline changes had been made to the departing flight schedule. It would have taken him about three minutes to check on this and I went to seek his help at a time when there were no other customers arriving or requiring assistance. I commented to him that the manager told me I would get help, but he refused to do any more than just dial a number for me to confirm a pick-up time with the service. I had the feeling that this young man could not deal with anyone who did not have modern technology capabilities. He probably needs more customer service training for managing a senior who was known ahead of time to have these specific communication limitations. There was a problem, in this regard, with the information the driving service had about my departure time. They had me scheduled for a pick-up two hours later than what I needed. This had to be changed to the earlier departure time that was originally scheduled. Fortunately, a driver was found and I got to the airport on time, and everything went smoothly thereafter. I think there was probably an information transposition mistake with scheduling the pick-up for the time I needed to be at the airport. Everything worked out in the end. The guides were all friendly, personable, and professional in their knowledge of the places we visited. Their enthusiasm and depth of knowledge for their area of expertise were exceptionally good. Our guide in Berlin was outstanding in this regard and covered a lot of ground and places in eastern Berlin that I did not know about, along with the places I had a real interest in seeing. Our guide and driver in Spreewald and Sachsenhausen was also great in knowing the layout and context of the excursions. Our Dresden guide was an artist with deep knowledge of Dresden’s historical sites and masterpieces of art, music, and the history of the city. Our guide in Leipzig, Erfurt, and Halle was great at pointing out good photo ops and managing shorts to nearby attractions. Overall, the trip was an outstanding success. The conclusions drawn at the end of each day were that the day had been a very enjoyable experience. The driving trips to get to each site were also a feast for the eyes; we appreciated the beauty of the green countryside and the cities and towns. I definitely would like to return to Germany with the help of agents like ours.

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Bernhard's Travel Agency

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Our Zicasso travel partner listened to our preferences and needs, and helped design a fabulous trip for our family. Transportation was flawless throughout the trip and the local guides were wonderful. We enjoyed getting to know them personally and learning about their hometowns. I especially valued the app that provided us with every detail for each day, including emergency contacts, hotel information, and itinerary. Thank you!

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Europe has more than its fair share of elegant cities, but Vienna really does shine among them. Sat on the banks of the River Danube, Austria ‘s capital is renowned for its beautiful baroque architecture and sprawling palaces as well as its incredible musical heritage which has earned it the moniker, the City of Music.

Vienna owes much of its grandeur to its time as the capital of the powerful Habsburg Empire, during which it became a centre for arts, science and music. Everywhere you look you’ll see magnificent buildings, from Hofburg Palace which served as the imperial winter residence, to the awe-inspiring Schönbrunn Palace where the Habsburg rulers would spend the summer.

St. Stephen’s Cathedral with its iconic tiled roof and soaring towers stands proud in the centre of the city, while the Ringstrasse that runs around the historic centre is lined with beautiful buildings such as the City Hall, Vienna State Opera and the Palace of Justice. It’s also where you’ll find a handful of the city’s museums and galleries including the Museum of Fine Arts, Natural History Museum, and Kunsthistorisches Museum. Just beyond the ring road is the Belvedere Palace and Belvedere museum, home to works by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka.

Vienna isn’t just a beautiful city to look at, and there is plenty going on beneath the surface. Its theatres and concert halls are alive with opera, ballet, classic and contemporary music while those with an interest in equestrianism will want to visit the Spanish Riding School where beautiful Lipizzan horses perform classical dressage.

Duck into one of the city’s many coffee shops in between sightseeing for a mélange and a slice of sachertore, or hole up in a cosy wine tavern at the end of the day. Its residents certainly think it’s a wonderful place, with the city topping the annual Mercer Quality of Life Survey for the ninth consecutive year, and few who visit Vienna leave without feeling the same.

  • Marvel at the city's incredible architecture - the Hofburg and Schönbrunn palaces are sure to take your breath away
  • Watch the beautiful Lipizzan horses perform at the Spanish Riding School
  • Explore the magnificent museums and galleries
  • Indulge in coffee and cake in one of Vienna's charming coffee shops

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Top Tour Operators and Travel Agencies in Austria. Below you will find 22 of the best tour operators and travel agencies in Austria offering in total 164 tours and holidays through-out Austria. Combined they have received 86 customer reviews and an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars. The top tour activities offered in Austria are: Sightseeing, attractions, culture and history, Boat tours, water sports and marine wildlife & Adventure and sport.

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Walkers' Britain

Walkers' Britain

  • Address 1B Osiers Road, London, England
  • Response Rate 83%
  • Response Time 3 hours

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  • Address 12 Rue De La Division Leclerc, Nedre Rhin, France
  • Response Rate 86%
  • Response Time 1 hour

Intrepid Travel

Intrepid Travel

  • Address 380 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia
  • Response Rate 90%

Salzburger Festungskonzerte GmbH

Salzburger Festungskonzerte GmbH

  • Address Anton-Adlgasser-Weg 22, Salzburg, Austria
  • Response Rate 93%
  • Response Time 2 hours

Insight Vacations

Insight Vacations

  • Address 33 Kern Road, Toronto, Canada

Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours

Scenic Luxury Cruises and Tours

  • Address 15/56 Pitt St, Sydney, Australia
  • Response Rate 74%

Collette Tours

Collette Tours

  • Address 162 Middle Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, USA


  • Address Picquet House, St Peter Port, Guernsey, London, England

Indus Travels

Indus Travels

  • Address 233, 11951 Hammersmith Way, Richmond, Canada
  • Response Rate 98%

Exodus Travels

Exodus Travels

  • Address Grange Mills, Weir Road, London, England
  • Response Rate 85%

Back-Roads Touring

Back-Roads Touring

  • Address 109 Power Road, Chiswik, London, England

Choose Balkans

Choose Balkans

  • Address Bulevardi Dëshmorët e Kombit Twin Towers, Tower 2, Tirana 1001, Albania, Tirana, Albania
  • Response Rate 100%

Tweet World Travel

Tweet World Travel

  • Address 8/587-591, B27, Magill SA, Australia
  • Response Rate 94%

G Adventures

G Adventures

  • Address G Adventures Ltd, 60 Bastwick Street, London, England

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