1 Appartamenti Lusso Austria
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This holiday apartment is located by the emblematic Mariahilfer Strasse. Situated on the first floor of a former palace, the luxury rental in Vienna has all the modern facilities one might need. There are two bedrooms sleeping four. Both of them are en-suite. The common areas include a large living...
This holiday apartment is located by the emblematic Mariahilfer Strasse. Situated on the first floor of a former palace, the luxury rental in Vienna has all the modern facilities one might need. There are two bedrooms...
Concierge tips for Austria
Discover our luxury vacation apartment rentals in Austria and start to plan your trip to Vienna, Graz, Linz, Salzburg or Innsbruck. Having been one of the wealthiest countries in the world for years now, the roots of Austria go back to the ancient times and settlements of various Celtic tribes. Further on, it became a part of the Roman Empire, of Eastern Francia, a duchy, an empire and finally a republic. All these changes through the times forged a rich history for his European country. Austria is not only known for its big prosperous cities but also for its wonderful mountains occupying about two thirds of the country with its charming rural areas and villages. The Central Eastern Alps, Southern and Northern Limestone Alps are all partly located in Austria.
Where should I stay in Austria? - Depending on the purposes of your trip, pay attention to its vivid capital, Vienna, fast developing Salzburg, both perfect for a city break, or calm and serene mountain villages for some relaxed vacation. Vienna has been nicknamed the City of Dreams for the works of Sigmund Freud and his followers, City of Music for its innumerable classical music masters and City of Balls for hundreds of balls held there every year. The city is also known for its rich history museums and art galleries with classical pieces and modern art. Our Vienna luxury apartments are located in the best city areas and cater to the family and friends´ needs. Salzburg, the fourth largest city of Austria, is most beloved for its perfectly preserved baroque Old City, breath-taking mountain views, its universities and thus young population. As Vienna, the city was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For a more relaxed vacation enjoying greenery and fresh air in summer or for first-class skiing in winter, choose the Austrian Alps called the Alpine Republic. If you cannot choose where to go and what to do in Austria, do not hesitate to contact our concierge services specialists that will be happy to assist you.
When should I visit Austria? - Primarily mountaneous, Austria enjoys a mic of the continenta and alpine climates with mostly warm green summers and chilly winters. The average temperature in summer hovers 20 degrees Celsius, while in winter it tends to go down to -10 C. For a city trip to Vienna or Salzburg, consider May, June and September seeing less crowds and mild climate. Christmas in Vienna is also special as it is when the city gets beautifully decorated, opens its Christmas markets and starts the music concerts. For skiing, choose winter preferbly between Janary and March remembering that the Austrian Alps tend to be something colder than the French or the Swiss ones. If you are after a milder climate, check our luxury villas in the French Alps.
Top things to do in Austria - Do not miss the winter sports in the mountaneous regions including skiing and snowboarding, and hiking benefitin from awesome views in summer. For a city trip, the old city of Salzburg is an absolute must. When in Vienna, opera houses, classica theaters, Museumsquartier and Vienna parks cannot help being visited. For some laid-back time, pass by one of the legendary Viennese cafes for a cup of aromatic coffee and at least one piece of the emblematic strudel or sachertorte.