Thinking of visiting Europe on your honeymoon? Consider booking your ticket to the wonderful Austria.
An Austria Honeymoon is what every newelywed couple dreams of.
Whether you love art, music, nature, modern or historic arhcitecture, Austria has everything to offer you.
Its cities are simply breathtaking, and travelling between Austria's beautiful cities is very easy, as you can tour the cities by car or by train.
An Austria honeymoon includes a lot of activities where you can go adventures or relax and make it a unique trip. Your visit to Austria includes historic castle museums, beautiful hotels, spas and many other options.
There are plenty of acitvities for you to do in Austria, other than visiting historic sites, for example you can go skiing at some of the most beautiful and most famous Alpine slopes in the world, and stay at some of the best Austria ski resorts.
There is no best time to visit Austria, as it is fantastic in all seasons. Austria is the ideal destination during the four seasons. You can swim in the lakes in summer or enjoy Alpine skiing in the winter.
One of the most fun things about Austria is that there are always events and festivals going on throughout the year. Do not forget that visiting Austria means you are visiting the city of art and you will visit the city that inspired Mozart, Beethoven and Frank Lloyd Wright.
You will be fascinated by Vienna's charm, because it is magical in every way. If you are a nature lover, visiting Kirchdorf a village with fertile mountains, is a must.
For a rich culture and a historic trip, you should visit Salzburg, which is described as "North Rome". Take a walk in its small roads, colorful houses and charming castles.
If you visit the beautiful Austria, you will be in touch with beautiful and true nature, and you will be impressed by the beautiful landscapes, historic sites, magnificent buildings and beautiful cafes on the sidewalks.
If you're considering Austria as your honeymoon destination, we have chosen some of the top places and cities to visit there.
Nearly every Austrian ruler since 1275 ordered additions or alterations, resulting in many different architectural influences, including Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Classicism. Highlights of a visit include the Imperial Silver Collection and an array of dining services giving a taste of the lavish imperial banquets that once took place here; the Sisi Museum, focusing on the life and times of Empress Elisabeth; and the Imperial Apartments, a series of 19 rooms once occupied by Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife.
The Spanish Riding School dates back to the time of Emperor Maximilian II, the man responsible for introducing the famous Lipizzaner horses into Austria in 1562.
In Vienna’s inner city is the Ringstraße, where one of its landmarks is the Vienna State Opera House. The structure itself was constructed in the 19th century in a Neo-Renaissance style. After bombing in World War II, the structure was rebuilt to be true to the original style.
The Schönbrunn Palace, is one of the major tourist attractions in Vienna. This palace was built between 1696 and 1712 at the request of Emperor Leopold I and turned into the imperial summer palace by Maria Theresa. The Palace Park offers a lot of attractions, such as the Privy Garden, the oldest zoo in the world, a maze and labyrinth, and a marble summerhouse situated on top of a 60 meter high hill.
If you visit Salzburg you have to pay a visit the house where Mozart was born on January 27th, 1756. Now a museum called Mozart's Birthplace, the rooms once occupied by his family are full of mementos, instruments, and portraits. Another home for Mozart is Makartplatz 8, where he took up residence in 1773.
The Grain Lane, is Salzburg’s most famous shopping street. Located in Old Town, Getreidegasse is filled with buildings that contain shops, boutiques and restaurants serving the city’s specialties, including mouthwatering desserts.
This is one of the most famous monasteries in the world. Situated high up on cliff, overlooking the calming waters of the Danube river, rests the peaceful Benedictine abbey.
Once in Austria you must visit Tyrol, and there at 1,998 meters, is the Kitzbüheler Horn, one of the most picturesque of Austria's many summits. Accessible by cableway via the Pletzeralm or by climbing from the village of Kitzbühel, the summit affords glorious views: to the south from the Radstädter Tauern to the Ötztal Alps; to the north, the nearby Kaisergebirge; to the west, the Lechtal Alps; and to the east, the Hochkönig.