Austria's capital and largest city, Vienna boasts a spectacular architecture and bubbling nightlife. Popular attractions include the Hofburg which holds the Hapsburg rulers' jewellery and the Kunsthistorisches that houses rare paintings.
The birthplace of Mozart, Salzburg is a beautiful destination for family summer holidays. From its imposing hill-top medieval fortress, the Von Trapp family mansion, to the 17th century Baroque Mirabel Palace and Gardens, Salzburg is a paradise.
If you love water sports, Worthersee Lake offers some of the best kayaking and canoeing experience in Austria. Worthersee also boasts attractions such as the 12th-century Cathedral of Gurk and the birthplace of Porsche.
Located in southern Austria, the Wachau Valley is a favourite of families during the summer and winter. The Danube flows majestically through its towns, including Dürnstein where Duke Leopold V held Richard the Lionheart prisoner in the later 12th century, and the spectacular Benedictine abbey in Melk.
The panoramic Grossglockner Road offers a breathtaking alpine scenery. Zell am See attracts large numbers of outdoor lovers who hike and bike its mountains and explore its pristine lakes. Its 16th-century Romanesque St. Hippolyte's Church is the most popular attraction off the slopes.
While this destination is Austria's most popular ski resort, its iconic mountains attract devoted mountaineers from all over the world. If you love trekking undisturbed wilderness, the hills around St. Anton am Arlberg will make for a great summer escape.
Popularly called the Capital of the Alps, Innsbruck has an upbeat vibe and a fascinating architecture that makes it ideal for family summer holidays. The city's popular Hofkirche cathedral is the resting place of Emperor Maximilian I.
Located in the municipality of Eben, Pertisau hosts hundreds of visitors on the shores of Lake Achensee. It offers a passage into the Karwendal Mountains and a serene environment.
There are over 44,000 students in Graz's six universities. The city is vibrant and hosts several museums. Graz is famous for its sumptuous cuisines and has a summer farmer's market where families can restock during the holidays.
The largest municipality in Austria, Solden boasts lush meadows, rolling mountains, primal glaciers, breathtaking alpine scenery, and abundant outdoor activities for solo and family holiday travellers.