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Vienna is the capital and largest city of Austria with a very high life quality, a feature that is highly appreciated by the many visitors who come to the Austrian capital. The population of Vienna counts more then 2 million inhabitans. Charming and magnificent, luxurious and beautiful, modern and ancient - this is all about Vienna, one of the most splendid cities in Central Europe. Art lovers should visit Museum Quarter which is better known as "MAC banks» (MQ) - a complex of museums and exhibition halls, dedicated to the art of XX and XXI centuries. House of Mozart, Freud Museum, the museum of folklore and ethnography are also located in Vienna. The first thing to see among the many monuments and attractions in Vienna is St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom) which is considered to be the capitol’s symbol. Construction commenced in the 12th century. Today, it is one of the most important Gothic structures in Austria. Vienna Hofburg is a "must see" for anybody wanting to explore the luxurious imperial residence of Habsburgs. The famous Vienna Opera recognized as one of the best in Europe, great theaters and concert halls offer a variety of performances.


Klagenfurt is the capital of the federal state of Carinthia in Austria and it is located on the lake Wörthersee and on the Glan River. It is not an urban centre that's comparable with Graz or Vienna; it walks a very fine line between being Austria’s boondocks capital and a playground for a partying set. It’s an enjoyable, sunny city, however, that offers easy access to lakeside villages on and around the beautiful Wörthersee. At the town’s western limit is the wide green space of Europapark, home to a couple of children’s attractions including the bizarre world-in-miniature of Minimundus.


Baden is a charming spa town in the Austrian state of Lower Austria and the capital of the Baden district. It is located about 26 kilometres south of Vienna. Baden is situated at the mouth of the romantic Helenental, part of the Schwechat river valley within the Wienerwald mountain range, and used to be the principal summer resort of the wealthy inhabitants of Vienna, the neighbouring Austrian capital.The town offers several parks and a picturesque surrounding, of which the most frequented is the Helenental valley. Not far from Baden, the valley is crossed by a widespread aqueduct of the Vienna waterworks. At its entrance, on the right bank of the river, lie the ruins of the 12th-century castle of Rauheneck, and at its foot once stood the Château Weilburg, built in 1820–1825 by Archduke Charles of Austria, the victor of the Aspern Battle.


Nowhere is the line between city and ountains so blurred as in Tirol’s capital. From outdoor sports to culture and back in one day: that’s Innsbruck. Innsbruck is the capital of Alps. With the Nordkette Mountains in the background and historical buildings in town, Innsbruck is a unique destination for culture vultures and outtdoor enthusiasts. One of the city’s most popular postcard subjects is the Bergisel Ski Jump, venue of the Four Hills Tournament. The ski jump’s restaurant offers magnificent views. Another popular attraction is the cutting-edge Hungerburg Funicular, designed by Zaha Hadid. With its cobblestone lanes, shops, cafés and the Golden Roof, Innsbruck’s makes it a great place to explore. One of Europe's most idyllic cities, Innsbruck is nestled in the heart of the Alps.

Bad Blumau

Bad Blumau is a spa resort which is located between Vienna (130 km) and Graz (60 km), in the district of Hartberg-Fürstenfeld in Styria, Austria. Unique hotel Rogner Bad Blumau welcomes visitors to discover the outstanding nature and relax in it's SPA. The resort is also famous for its architectural monuments: Church of St. Sebastian which was built in 1787, women's church of St. Anne.


Linz  is the third largest city in Austria with 188,968 inhabitants, is the capital of the federal province of Upper Austria and forms the heart of Austria´s second strongest economic region. Linz is by the Danube (Donau) river. The tourist slogan of the city is "In Linz beginnt's" ("It starts in Linz"). Linz is remarkable for possessing a sizable "Altstadt" (old town), for featuring a rich cultural life with numerous museums and festivals, for being situated in an attractive landscape characterised by the Danube and delightful hills, while it is at the same time an economically vibrant and busy industrial city with huge steel and chemical works. While this industry in Linz is still financially dominant, it is slowly diversifying by helping small companies and encouraging tourism.