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From the timeless elegance of Vienna to the white peaks of the Alps, Austria is a charming holiday destination all year round.

Luxury Villas in Austria

Austria is a lovely German-speaking country full of contrasts featuring traditional mountain villages, modern cityscapes, baroque architecture, alpine terrains, lush forests, hillside vineyards and much more. It is home to many treasures, be architectural, natural, cultural or culinary. On top of that, worthy genius such as Mozart, Strauss and Sigmund Freud were among its nationals.

With such a diversity, it is a destination that attracts different types of travellers from all over the world. Some prefer coming during the winter to enjoy the snow in top class mountain resorts such as Lech while others choose to visit the country during the summer to make the most of the festivals, the lively street terrace cafés in the modern cities and the walks across the beautiful valleys.

Vienna, the Danube capital, boasts one of the most beautiful palaces in the world: The Schonbrunn and the Hofburg.
Visitors should not miss a few days in the countryside to visit the northern Bohemian Forest, Lake Traun, the Tyrol and its dramatic Alpine sceneries. Urban seekers will enjoy discovering hidden gems like Graz and Linz, provincial capitals which are surprisingly innovative and culturally dynamic.

Visitors are always impressed by the Austrians’ cheerful welcoming. They know perfectly how to combine elegant traditions with a relaxed atmosphere.

  • Schonbrunn Palace: Austria’s most famous family’s palace showcasing the opulence of the baroque age through more than 1400 rooms (only 40 are open to the public)
  • Hofburg Palace: The former imperial palace and today the official residence and workplace of the President
  • Stephansdom Cathedral: Vienna’s Gothic gem
  • Melk in Lower Austria: For its impressive baroque Benedictine monastery, the Melk Abbey
  • Hallstatt in Upper Austria: A wonderful lake-side village with the world’s oldest salt mines
  • Tirol in South Bavaria: Visitors marvel at breathtaking mountainous panoramas and typical castles and go to Innsbruck to see The Golden Roof, the popular three-storey balcony on the central square
  • Danube-Auen National Park
  • Krimmler waterfall
  • A cruise in Vienna on the Danube River
  • A concert in the Schonbrunn Palace or the Vienna State Opera
  • An afternoon break in a Viennese coffee house
  • A walk through the valleys
  • A horse-drawn carriage ride around a snowy village
  • To drive along the Grossglockner Road: 43 km of incredible views with towers, glaciers and sharp peaks all along
  • The Bregenz Festival in the summer - a traditional opera house set up on an open-air lakeside stage
  • Traditional Austrian food: The Wiener Schnitzel (breaded and fried veal escalope), the Tiroler Grostl (a bacon, onion, potato and egg fry-up), the Apfelstrudel (the most famous Austrian dessert)
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Chalet N

Chalet N

  • Austria, Austrian Alps, Lech
  • Guest up to 22
  • From 150,000 EUR
Chalet House Hannes Schneider

Chalet House Hannes Schneider

  • Austria, Austrian Alps, Stuben
  • Guest up to 12
  • From 46,200 EUR
Chalet 1597

Chalet 1597

  • Austria, Austrian Alps, Lech
  • Guest up to 12
  • From 41,600 EUR
Villa Antoinette

Villa Antoinette

  • Austria, Austrian Alps, Semmering
  • Guest up to 12
  • From 10,500 EUR