Things to Do & Attractions in Austria

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Essl Museum

This peerless art museum is in Klosterneuburg, near the 12th-century Augustinian monastery of the same name in Lower Austria. Housed in a futuristic gallery ...  Read more

Federal Pathologic-Anatomical Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 12 Reviews

Located in the first psychiatric hospital ever to be built in Austria, Vienna’s Federal Pathologic-Anatomical Museum is a creepy old tower that formerly ...  Read more

Festival Hall (Festpielhaus)

Building started in 1956 on Salzburg’s Large Festival Hall, which was designed by Austrian architect and stage designer Clemens Holzmeister specifically to ...  Read more

Festung Hohensalzburg

4.5 star rating: Recommended 367 Reviews

Perched on its craggy mountain lookout, Salzburg’s famous castle, Festung Hohensalzburg, dominates the city and its Old Town. Surrounded by walls and dotted ...  Read more

Forchtenstein Castle

A landmark castle in the Rosaliengebirge foothills of Burgenland, Forchtenstein has its origins in the Middle Ages although today it has an impressive Baroque ...  Read more

Freyung Square

Starting life in the Middle Ages as a civic garbage tip, Freyung Square has morphed down the centuries into one of Vienna’s prettiest public piazzas. It’s a ...  Read more

Georg Trakl Memorial (Traklhouse)

The revered German-language poet Georg Trakl was born in Salzburg in 1887 and spent much of his short life building up a body of literary work that has ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 102 Reviews

Lose yourself in medieval-era Salzburg on a stroll through Getreidegasse. The atmospheric laneway is lined with upmarket boutiques and shops.  ...  Read more

Goldenes Dachl

Innsbruck’s iconic Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) is found on Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse, the main square in Innsbruck’s charming Gothic and Baroque Altstadt (Old ...  Read more

Graz Art Museum (Kunsthaus Graz)

Notable for its blob-like architecture, the Graz Art Museum was built as part of the city’s 2003 celebrations as the European Capital of Culture. The museum ...  Read more

Graz Clock Tower (Uhrturm)

One of the most notable landmarks in Graz and a must for any visitor, the Graz Clock Tower may be best known for its confusing clock faces, featuring long ...  Read more

Graz Main Square (Hauptplatz)

Back in the Middle Ages, the city of Graz was a center of commerce and trade in central Europe and its main square – the Hauptplaz – was home to dozens of ...  Read more

Graz Old Town (Altstadt)

A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999, the Graz Old Town is one of the best preserved districts in all of central Europe. In the heart of Graz, the Old Town ...  Read more

Graz Schlossberg

The Graz Schlossberg is a public park on a hill in the center of the city of Graz that has been home to fortifications as far back as the 10th century. A ...  Read more

Graz Town Hall (Rathaus)

The Graz Town Hall, also known as the Rathaus, was completed at the end of the 19th century, replacing two earlier town halls that stood in the same spot on ...  Read more

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