As unofficial capital of the Austrian Alps, Innsbruck is also its biggest city, with masses to do and see. Using the Innsbruck Card provides a package of goodies that saves money on sightseeing and activities as well as accessing public transport throughout the city.
Category: Things To Do
September 24, 2014
Lovely Baroque Vienna has art galleries, museums and majestic palaces aplenty to keep visitors entranced but a trip down into the bowels of the earth below St Michael’s church reveals a dark side to the city; going underground in Vienna makes a suitably ghoulish Halloween excursion.
September 10, 2014
Up to 65,000 Viennese Jews died in the Holocaust during World War II, when Germany annexed Austria in 1938 and marched into the country during the Anschluss. Today it’s easy to remember the holocaust in Vienna, as there are several memorials in the city as well as in the surrounding countryside.
September 3, 2014
There’s so much to do and see in Vienna that visiting all the museums, palaces and churches can prove pretty expensive, so it’s worth considering buying a Vienna Card, which gives discounted entry into major attractions and offers free public transport as well. Here are ten things to do with the 72-hour Vienna Card.
August 27, 2014
We left Krems behind and were suddenly surrounded by the telltale straight rows of grape vines that visually signaled our entry into the Wachau Valley, a wine destination spanning 25 miles along the Danube River.Within the valley, there are somewhere between 50 and 60 wineries and 900 grape producers. A quarter of these producers — about 250 families — take their grapes to Domäne Wachau, the first stop on our tasting tour.
August 20, 2014
Much of present-day, beautiful and elegant Vienna was shaped by the Habsburg dynasty, which ruled Austria (and indeed much of Europe) until 1918. The two popular visitor attractions of Schonbrunn Zoo and Prater Amusement Park are no exception.