Vienna is one of Europe’s top destinations. Here’s what to see and do during a weekend visit to the Austrian capital.
In Europe, Christmas markets are a treasured holiday tradition. Here are some of our favorites.
Vienna is home to beautiful wineries. Read about what this wine-producing region has to offer here.
The Wachau Valley along the Danube River is a true Austrian gem. Filled with abbeys, castles, small towns and vineyards, the Wachau looks to have sprung right out of a fairytale.
Visiting the Mauthausen Concentration Camp near Linz, Austria – one of the first death camps to be created and the last one to be liberated – is a life-altering experience. No one should ever forget what occurred there and throughout Europe during World War II.
A cruise along the Danube River to Austria, Croatia, Hungry and the Czech Republic leads to some of Europe’s most magnificent cities, charming towns and lovely scenery. Passengers explore intriguing chapters of history, are introduced to fascinating cultures and have opportunities to visit major museums, explore inviting neighborhoods and meet and mingle with locals.
Visiting the four European capitals of Budapest, Hungary, Prague, Czech Republic, Vienna, Austria and Bratislava, Slovakia on Grand Circle’s Blue Danube River Cruise is a mesmerizing experience. But the wondrous time on the ship itself is a major appeal of the trip, as well.
It only takes one person, one experience, to open the door to the joys of world travel.
After years away, our writer returns to find that Vienna has changed, but the city of old is not hard to find.
A traveler discovers the difference between reality and movie magic while traveling in Salzburg, Austria.
To truly understand Mozart, you have to come to grips with Salzburg, his hometown.
Hiking is a national sport in Austria. A trek to beautiful Krimml Falls will show you why.