Travel Attractions in Austria

Welcome to the nation of surprising dissimilarities! This is true from natural, historical, and cultural view points. Well-known for its ageless prominence in the fields of arts, music, architecture, and literature; most of the interesting things to do in Austria are associated with these jewels. Irrespective of whether you like exploring natural sights or taking up some adventure on land, the nation has much to refresh you and make your holidays enjoyable. In this article, you will know about 3 interesting things to do in Austria.

Well, the first and foremost attraction is the capital Vienna itself. The two remarkable highlights are Innerstadt and Hofburg that was once the abode of Hapsburgs. And yes, the royal chambers here house the Crown Jewels that are really superb. More highlights in this capital city are the royal summer palace, the most ancient zoo on Earth holding a landscaped park, Schloss Schonbrunn, the works of Hieronymous Bosch and the Akademie der bildenden Kunste called the site of wonders. Besides these, there are more than 50 museums of which the most popular ones are the Museum of modern Art, Museumsquartier, and the Natural History Museum. Historical edifices that are worth visiting include the Parliament, the St Stephen’s Cathedral, the Hofburg Chapel, the Votive Church, and the marked spots for Beethoven, Mozart, Freud, Haydn, Strauss, and Schubert.


Graz is full of historical ambience. This is where you walk on foot to explore the Landesmuseum Johanneum displaying the gothic arts of Alte Galerie, the Herbenstrein Palace, the castle hill of Schlossberg boasting a clock tower, the Cathedral, the Glockenturm as the bell tower, and the Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II.


Altstadt truly deserves you visit because of its many attractions. In this ancient town, the top attractions are the Hohensalzburg citadel as World Heritage site; Peterskirche boasting the St. Peter’s Abbey, a masoleum, and a cemetery; Domkirche in race with Rome’s St Peter’s, and the Alter Markt as the market square. Further, if you wish to see the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the great Salzburg’s hero; head to the town of Getreidegasse.