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How to spend half a day in Graz, Austria

Graz is Austria’s second city in terms of population, and you could certainly fill a couple of days exploring or just hanging out in the city centre. But its location just... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 28-08-17


Day trip from Salzburg: salt mines and Konigsee

While there’s plenty to do in the picturesque town of Salzburg, if you want a day out then it’s easy to create an independent day trip across the border to Germany.... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 27-05-17


A gorgeous wine region you should know about

I’ve visited many wine regions around the world, from the Yarra Valley in Victoria, Australia to Stellenbosch in South Africa, and Tuscany in Italy to the Napa Valley in California. One... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 18-08-16


The Strangest Stained Glass Window in the World

Unusual Graz It was a church like any other. Well, already that’s not quite true. There are monastic churches, all barren and bare. Peruvian churches with links to Seville, all dripping... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 14-07-16


Secretly Cool: The Surprise Discovery of Graz, Austria

Graz. It’s not the most inspiring of names, now is it? Short, squat, and sounding more than a little like the French word for fat, it lacks the flourish that sweeps... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 10-07-16


Discovering the South Styrian Wine Road

South Styria. To be honest, I’d never heard of this region before until my recent trip to Austria. Situated about a two-hour drive southwest of Vienna, South Styria is a gorgeous... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 01-06-16


Falling in love with Salzburg

A river winding lovingly around Baroque buildings. Classical music filling the air. A fortress overlooking the small cobblestone streets. A vibrant art scene. A backdrop of breathtaking mountains. Ugh. Gross. Or at... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 23-05-16


15 Foods you need to try in Austria

Some years ago I had a heated discussion about Austrian cuisine with a friend who is half Austrian, half Mexican. He insisted that Mexican cuisine is so much better than the food... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 18-05-16


DEPARTING NOW | Express to The Most Iconic Pieces of Art in the World

The post DEPARTING NOW | Express to The Most Iconic Pieces of Art in the World appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - The Pursuit of Happiness: from MELBOURNE To LONDON... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 15-05-16


The bus stops of Krumbach

A post about bus stops, you might wonder? Yes, this is a post about bus stops. Haha! ???? Not any old bus stop, but instead a cool collection of bus stops... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 20-04-16


Expat Living: Carly Hulls in Vienna, Austria

Expat Living: Carly Hulls in Vienna, Austria We’re back with a brand new addition to my ongoing Expat Living interview series! The latest and greatest expat to be featured is Carly Hulls, an Australian... Read More

Travel Post by Cheryl Howard on the 10-04-16


A schnaps adventure in Tirol

I have to admit… I’ve never been a big fan of schnaps. This clear brandy distilled from fermented fruits has a high alcohol content and the varieties I tasted in the... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 31-03-16


The art of rejuvenation in Vorarlberg

I closed my eyes and took several deep breaths. Each time I exhaled, I gradually started picking up noises which I hadn’t noticed previously: the soft rustling of leaves in the... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 03-03-16


Travel Photo Of The Week – Window Box in Durnstein, Austria

Image: Picture Perfect Window in Durnstein, Austria Walking around Durnstein I spotted this picture perfect window and just had to take a photo of it. The flowers really popped against the... Read More

Travel Post by Beers and Beans on the 26-01-16


Should I get a Salzburg Card?

Although city passes are available for cities all over the world, not all are created equal. Price varies wildly, as do inclusions: you might have access to public transport, or not;... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 04-01-16


My Lightbulb Moment on a Solo Bike Trip in Austria

Looking Back: Memoirs of a Solo Bike Trip Right now, the blood zips around my body in a feverish fizz of bewilderment as it battles to rid me of flu. I’m... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 25-10-15


Vienna: The Gem of Austria

Vienna is the capital city of Austria and is without doubt one of the best cities in the world. One of the reasons that I love the city so much is... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 20-10-15


Bad Ischl: Decadence and Despair in the Austrian Mountains

In Flanders Fields, the poppies grow but here in this meadow, blood and honeysuckle flows.Arriving in Bad Ischl I arrived in Bad Ischl hot and euphoric. Splattered in mud and a sweet... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 18-10-15


Swimming in a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Austria’s Lakes I don’t know why I’d never thought of this before. I’d admired lakes from afar, softly framed by frozen snow. I’d seen them blur past windows and windscreens and... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 07-09-15


PHOTO: Cobblestone Street in Krems an der Donau, Austria

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Typical cobblestone street in Krems an der Donau, a small town on the Danube River at the eastern end of... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 21-08-15


PHOTO: Durnstein in the Wachau Valley of Austria

Click on above photo to view it in large format: The town of Durnstein in the Wachau Valley of Austria was named for the Medieval stone castle, now in ruins,... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 19-08-15


PHOTO: Melk Abbey Looms Over the Town of Melk, Austria

Click on above photo to view it in large format: Melk Abbey, which sits on a rocky promontory above the town of Melk, Austria, was founded in 1089 when King... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 17-08-15


Viking River Grand European Tour Carries On An Age-Old Tradition

The English historian, Edward Gibbon, once remarked that, “According to the law of custom, and perhaps of reason, foreign travel completes the education of an English gentleman.” Gibbon might well be... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 15-08-15


48 Hours In Vienna, Austria

Vienna, once the home of the Hapsburg Dynasty, it is now the capital of Austria and a city of incredible classical architecture. Between world-class museums, lavish royal palaces, elegant cafés and an... Read More

Travel Post by Johnny Africa on the 28-07-15


Solo Travel Destination: Hallstatt & Gosausee, Austria

On a trip to Hallstatt and Gosausee in Austria, this Solo Travel Society member found "the real paradise on earth." The post Solo Travel Destination: Hallstatt & Gosausee, Austria appeared first... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 05-06-15


Easter Candy, Graz

The post Easter Candy, Graz appeared first on nerd's eye view. ... Read More

Travel Post by Nerd\'s Eye View on the 12-03-15


Explore the Elements Photo Contest

I’m really happy to be one of the judges for the Thomas Cook Explore the Elements photo blogging competition. It’s all about capturing and expressing the four elements through travel... Read More

Travel Post by Ken Kaminesky on the 19-01-15


My Own Personal Krampus

Every time the season appears, I think, “Oh, no, that’s not how you do Krampus!” It’s an odd thing that a suburban Jewish girl should have such opinions about a pagan/Christian... Read More

Travel Post by Nerd\'s Eye View on the 05-12-14


Top 5 Skiing Destinations for the Winter 2014 Season

Skiing Destinations for the Winter 2014 Skiing is probably the top choice when it comes to winter sports. Thousands of travelers pick locations around the world to feel the fresh powder,... Read More

Travel Post by As We Travel on the 20-12-13


The Pros and Cons of Driving Versus Flying

If you’re umming and ahhing over whether you should drive to your holiday destination (and make a road trip of it!) or fly, we’ve assembled a list of pros and... Read More

Travel Post by As We Travel on the 30-11-13