Weissenkirchen – A Small Town with a Dominating White Church: Weissenkirchen is a small town in the northeastern Austrian state of Lower Austria. On our Danube River cruise sailing westward from Vienna, Weissenkirchen was on the right bank of the Danube River, the next town past Dürnstein with its striking Wedgwood-like church tower. Weissenkirchen -a […]
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Innsbruck is a really charming town at any time of the year, but at Christmas it’s magic. It has a full-scale Christmas market, the main one being in the historic Old Town, right in front of the landmark Golden Roof – Innsbruck’s greatest tourist attraction.
The Parndorf Outlet is Austria’s first Designer Outlet: From our website traffic, we know that the Parndorf Designer Outletis extremely popular with shoppers. Parndorf’s website information is provided in Russian, Chinese, Hungarian and Slovakian which shows that it’s not just Austrians who are flocking here for their designer shopping. Opened in 1998, the Parndorf Outlet […]
Eating and Drinking
Trzesniewski Offers Finger Sandwiches in Twenty-Two Different Fillings: Vienna is famous for its Schanigärten (sidewalk cafés), gasthaus, traditional restaurants and heuriger, all offering traditional Viennese cuisine like the Wiener schnitzels, Tafelspitz (boiled beef), apfelstrudel, etc. A food that is rarely promoted is the humble sandwich. At Trzesniewski Buffet, a famous Vienna sandwich shop, you can […]
Salzburg Airport Transfers: Salzburg Airport is just four kilometres from Salzburg city centre. Named after its famous son, Salzburg W.A. Mozart Airport is Austria’s second largest airport (after Vienna). The airport is well connected to the main European hubs and there are direct flights to Salzburg from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Cologne-Bonn, Frankfurt, Vienna, Paris, London […]