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Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to travel to Austria?
April to May is the best time to head over to Austria given the crowd is moderate and the prices are reasonable. Between September and October, both temperatures and hotel prices drop. Christmas is also a spectacular time to see Austria in, but pack your winter best before you head here.
What is the ideal duration of stay here?
An average of 7 days are required to cover at least 2 - 3 regions properly in Austria.
What is the Visa process for Indians?
A Schengen visa will get you places.The visa processing takes anywhere between 10-15 working days.
What are the main regions of the country worth exploring?
Filled with cities, getaways and cultural experiences, the cities of Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck and the fairytale village of Hallstatt are a must do while in Austria.
What is the local language spoken here? Can I survive with English?
Although the official language spoken here is German, you can get by with just English at restaurants, local stores and shops. The locals are said to, in fact, be eager to practice their English with you.
What currency should I carry?
The official currency used in Austria is Euro. Both credit and debit cards are accepted mode of payments, too. It is recommended you make the exchange before your date of departure.
How reliable is the public transport here?
Austria has a reliable system of public transport consisting of buses and trams. Most of them are functional till midnight. Only Vienna has a Metro rail system in place. Tickets, one-day passes, and week-long passes are available at tabak shops.
What are the most scenic road trips to take here?
Given the alpine landscapes dotting Austria, an opportunity to take any of these drives shouldn't be passed. The Grossglockner High Alpine roadtrip, the Gerlos road from Salzburg to Tyrol and Goldeck Panoramic Road are some must-do road trips.

A Musical in the Making: Austria

Another country of the Central European region, Austria is endless alpine valleys, baroque architecture, charming towns, picturesque mountain villages, meadows vineyards, river gorges and birthplace of legends like Mozart, Freud and more. But there isn?t dearth of excitement, especially when you enter its glitzy capital city, Vienna. Take an Austria vacation package be mind-blown by the art, music, culture and the easy charm the city exhibits. As Maria from Sound of Music proclaims, surrounded by rolling hills, the hills are indeed alive with the sound of music. All you need is a good Austria holiday package to experience them.

What to do in Austria

With gorgeous baroque cathedrals, castles and palaces almost everywhere, start with the lavish Schönnbrunn Palace ? one of Austria?s well known icons. Head over to the ornately decked 11th century Melk Abbey, the grandiose City Hall of Vienna, and the awe-inspiring St. Stephen?s Cathedral. Art lover or not a visit to the Vienna State Opera is must do on your Austria tour package. With its share of museums, you can steal a closer look at history, art and relics from the past. A must do in your Austria holiday package is the enthralling Hofburg Palace that is almost synonymous with city of Vienna. For your day under the sun visit the bathing lake of Worthersee ? especially popular during the summer. Pay due to the master at the Mozart Museum in Salzburg. Once you begin craving for some nature and the road ahead, go on and take a trip to the charming fairytale town of Hallstatt. The surreal looking town, facing Lake Hallstatt is one of the top tourist attractions in Austria. It even made to the list of the most picturesque towns in Europe!

Best time to go

Given Austria is susceptible to extreme weathers, you can expect pretty sultry summers ? with temperatures touching the 40°C mark ? and freezing winters where temperatures remain below zero. The best time to take your Austria vacation package would be between April and May, and September and October. The weather is mild and pleasant, plus given there are no crowds flocking, you won?t have to pay for inflated prices.