Austria’s cities have everything to fascinate you; be it monumental buildings or its culture. The rich and artistic heritage includes baroque and rococo palaces, churches, and not to forget internationally renowned Gothic and modern architecture. Its culture is full of music, handicraft, traditions, and festivals.

Cities to explore with Holidays Carnival Europe- Innsbruck, Vienna, Salzburg, and Zell am see:


Innsbruck’s modern cityscape is famous for its diverse attractions ranging from the eminent dance summer to its festival week. Innsbruck is panoramically squeezed between two remarkable mountain chains; where the gondola ride up Seegrube (2000m) gives a magnificent view of the Inn valley and the surrounding mountains. It offers some major winter sports with fashionable activities like skiing, ski mountaineering, snowshoeing, snowboarding, and skating. In the summer, Innsbruck is all filled with outdoor sports such as paragliding, cycling, mountain biking, and hiking. Discover the scenes and magnetism of this holiday destination, and enjoy a great range of leisure activities.


The birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salzburg, is occupied by churches, palaces, and castle. Its scenic old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site City comprises of Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mozart’s Geburtshaus, Salzburg Dom, Getreidegasse, Hellbrunn Palace, and Salzburg’s most happening shopping street with its elevated and tapered houses and dreamy courtyards, Mirabell Palace.


Austria’s capital offers an inimitable blend of imperial traditions cultural events and dazzling modern architecture; famous for regal sights, coffee homes, calm wine taverns, and the unique Viennese charm. In Vienna, the shops City highlights includes Hofburg, Belvedere Palace, Schonbrunn Palace, The imperial butterfly house, Museum of fine arts, Museum Quartier, and The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: which is one of the world’s top, the State Opera, Spanish riding school, and many more attractions.

Zell am see:

Zell am See is the administrative capital of the Zell am See District in the Austrian state of Salzburg. The town is a must visit having a transportation hub for the region. This is one of the biggest bike regions in Austria, located approximately 100 km (62 mi) east of Innsbruck. Three roads on high-alpine terrain, with tremendous views everywhere, await mountain-bike lovers on the Kitzsteinhorn. Trails in Zell am See are open from mid-June to mid-September, depending on snow conditions in the glacier region. The 12km of down-hilling fun, straddling 1500 vertical meters, and three climate zones down the way, make three variety-packed stages. The Bachler Trail is practically immaculate with largely appealing to rookies, 5200m stretched while falling 600 vertical metres. The high-alpine Geissstein Trail – 3144m in length and 500 vertical meters – astonishes with velocity passages while treating your eyes with incredible views. The Wüstlau Trail is 7700 and 1070 vertical meters from beginning to end, offering an extra-long and tough yet enthusiastic biking experience.

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