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1,120 properties in Vienna

Welcome to Vienna

Previously the center of the Hapsburg Empire, Vienna is the current center of Austria’s culture, economics, and politics. Visitors may think they are in a museum as they walk through the historic first district, but Vienna also has a youthful and dynamic side with lots to offer.

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207 properties in Salzburg

Welcome to Salzburg

Made famous for its “hills alive with the sound of music”, Salzburg is a very pretty town filled with romantic buildings and squares. If you are not yet aware that Mozart was born here, then you will be as soon as you land at Salzburg W.A. Mozart International Airport.

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95 properties in Innsbruck

Welcome to Innsbruck

Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Alps, Innsbruck is not only a world-class European ski resort, it was also the seat of Maximilian I’s Holy Roman Empire.

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100 properties in Graz

Welcome to Graz

Surrounded by lush forests and the Austrian Alps, the picturesque and cosmopolitan city of Graz offers pretty Renaissance courtyards, diverse architecture, a charming and historic old town, along with the winding Mur River which runs through the heart of the city.

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Best places to see in Austria

Belvedere Palace
This beautiful complex was Prince Eugene of Savoy's (1663-1736) summer residence and includes an impressive orangery, stables and a park, lovingly landscaped in baroque style. Visitors flock to the world’s largest Klimt collection including "The Kiss," an Art Nouveau masterpiece.
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Vienna State Opera
Enjoy everything from Strauss to Puccini in a refined atmosphere. Within the circular Ringstrasse Boulevard, the Vienna State Opera features year-round opera and classical performances. Ball season (January and February) attracts visitors from around the globe to waltz in extravagant halls. Check their website to read about seasonal events.
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Mirabell Palace
Mirabell Palace has a story attached to it. It was built in 1606 for the Prince-Archbishop’s mistress, with whom he sired 15 children. In subsequent centuries, that palace was fire-damaged, redesigned and now re-appropriated as the offices for the regional council. Cast your eyes across the ornate Baroque architecture in and outside the palace, then stroll the grounds.
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Mozart's Birthplace
“Hagenauer House”, 9 Getreidegasse. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born here on January 27th, 1756. This three-level museum includes exhibitions that cover the maestro’s life, times and numerous passions. Learn about his early childhood and married life with Constanze, and see artefacts like the violin and harpsichord upon which he composed some of his early works.
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Maria Theresien Street
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All walks of Innsbruck life converge on Maria Theresien Street. The town’s main thoroughfare is one of Tyrol’s most sumptuous streets – and a natural meeting point for the city’s residents. Teens congregate to gossip and giggle at the steps of the Annasäule column, shopaholics eye up window displays, and be-suited office workers chat over post-work pints.
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Salzburg Cathedral
The power and the glory. This is Salzburg’s most grandiose church, recognisable by its imposing dome, Baroque architecture and the four statues of saints that border the building. The church has been built and rebuilt since 774, and can hold a congregation of around ten thousand people. It’s dedicated to Saint Rupert and Saint Virgil, patron saints of the city and province.
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