In the center of Europe, between Italy and Germany. This beautiful country is best known for its classical music with the likes of Joseph Haydn, Johann Strauss, Franz Liszt, and Franz Schubert.
And, being a mountainous country, it is well known for its skiing. Innsbruck is synonymous with snow skiing.
The Capital of Austria, and home to 2 million people. The metro area holds 30% of Austria's population. It sits on the Danube and has been a hub for art and history for centuries.
The likes of Mozart, Beethoven and Freud have all walked these streets.
It seems like you could spend days just touring the palaces of this city.
18th century summer palace of the Hapsburg rulers, with Rococo design and a garden maze. This palace has 1,441 rooms...certainly enough space to spread out!
Hapsburg Palace with baroque Interior. Built in the 13th century, this was the winter residence for the Hapsburg rulers.
18th century palace housing an art collection back to the middle ages, notably a Klimt collections.
St. Stephen's Cathedral
14th century Roman Catholic church with spires reaching 447 feet high