Austria has a number of fun activities. There’s so much to do here that you will certainly be hard pressed for time, trying to figure out which places to see in Austria. Tourists coming to the country for Austria sightseeing are never disappointed by what the country has to offer. From brilliant Alpine resorts for winters to awe-inspiring architecture by Zaha Hadid to beautiful baroque buildings that create the vibes of a by-gone era, there are several things to do in Austria.
Skiing is one of the most favourite activities here and with good reason too, considering the impressive mountain resorts here. Alpbach is a very pretty town and is recommended for beginners and it is just a 40-minute drive from Innsbruck.
Vienna is also considered to be the capital of classical music with names such as Schubert, Mozart, Strauss and Beethoven who have left their enduring legacy in the capital. Here’s a short list of some of the things to do in Austria.
Even if you’re not really into the opera, one of the top-most places to see in Austria is the Vienna State Opera House. This splendid building is indeed a sight to behold and the experience of listening to the opera here will change your perception about it completely.
If you’re thinking of what to see in Austria, then a modern art gallery is never too far away. Contemporary art finds a home in several galleries in Vienna featuring artists such as Gustav Klimt among many others.
It’s not just the baroque designed buildings that you will find here. There are lots of weirdly wonderful buildings as well. Among the things to do in Austria would be to visit Hunderwasser’s work in Vienna including his wobbly apartment block.
A famous Austria tourist attraction is the Sculpture Park in the gardens not too far from Graz. Here art and nature come together to create a stunning and surreal landscape.
If you can’t wait to do any of these activities, then do remember to check the SOTC website for offers and deals on Austria Holiday Packages.Get ready to go to Austria for the most perfect holiday ever.