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Why visiting Austria is any day better than Switzerland? 

Note: The budget is excluding my to and fro flight from India to Amsterdam.This was the first ti...

Gouthami Vasudev
Travel Diaries – Trip to Austria

In the summer of 2015, I decided to take a solo trip to Europe. I planned to visit the grand and ...

Ankita Mehta
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A Budget Guide To Spending 24 hours In Salzburg, Austria

Natural beauty near Salzburg. Credit: Sharmistha ChaudhuriImagine you are backing packing across ...

Sharmistha Chaudhuri
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Mini Road Trip: Innsbruck and Salzburg, Austria

We spent the last full weekend of Mom and Jim's visit getting a taste of western Austria'...

Amanda Janelle
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Weekend Border Crossing Into Salzburg, Austria

I think the first weekend I spent not doing a damn thing is when I realized I actually live in Eu...

Hanley Russell
2 days in the alpine meadows of Austria

Visiting Europe and not spending a few days to appreciate the breathtakingly beautiful alps would...

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Vienna
From elegant architecture to aromatic cafes, from magnificent palaces to dramatic operas, the city of Vienna portrays royal connection in it's every aspect. 'Wien' as they call in German is a hometown to famous Mozart and Beethoven.Though my short stint with the city was not enough to explore the musically and artistically pleasing capital of Austria, I really wanted to make best of it to see as much as I could.In Vienna, I ditched the expensive hotel rooms and choose to stay at Airbnb home-stays. It was homely, cozy and really cheap. Located in the heart of the city here's a glance of my room.
Salzburg
Mozart's birthplace and the backdrop for the famous musical, The Sound of Music, that's what Salzburg is... but let's not sum it all up just yet, as Salzburg has much more to offer. From beautiful Baroque architecture, to a true Bavarian Alpine backdrop, from breathtaking lakes to jaw dropping views and a fantastic beer culture, this city will truly grow on you.
Innsbruck
Where to Stay: I wanted to visit The Floating Walkway, Dornbirn the next day so I took a train from Innsbruck to Dornbirn where I had booked a room via Airbnb for my first night's stay. The train to Dornbirn is around 2 hours. The journey is mind-blowing while you can settle back and watch the snow capped mighty alps.


Budapest
Budapest is the capital of Hungary and a beautiful city that took my breath away instantly. It has bustling markets, beautiful river-front, delicious food and crazy people. I met and made friends with two really amazing girls and had fun beyond imagination. When in Budapest, watch out for these things -1. Budapest nightlife is one of the best in Europe. The clubs are open till 5am and you can dance till your last breath.
Zagreb
Croatia’s capital is an underrated destination waiting to be explored. It is not as popular as Dubrovnik or Split, but is a quintessential metropolitan city combining elegant 19th century buildings with plenty of cultural divisions and a vibrant cafe life. It is a great place to discover charming boutiques selling unique dresses, shopping for souvenirs, and tasting local delicacies. It is also a good place to visit undulating hills and charming villages nearby.
Bratislava
The first time I went to Bratislava, I didn’t have high expectations. After four days spent in this city - I had to admit - I was so pleasantly surprised that I couldn’t believe it! Bratislava is a gorgeous city, small and quiet but, at the same time, colorful and full of surprises. It has a very nice Old Town and a lot of historical places to visit, but also everything you need for your social activities. Well, you will see with your own eyes! :) Anyway, during your first visit to Bratislava there are 5 things to do that, in my opinion, will let your stay be more interesting.A visit to the Blue Church This teeny-tiny church is one of the most impressive things you will see in Bratislava. Officially named St. Elizabeth Church, like from a fairy tale it is completely blue: the facade, the mosaics, the majolicas, the interior, even the roof is tiled with blue-glazed ceramics. The church is an art nouveau building, built in the early 20th century, and it’s situated in a very nice area, in the eastern part of the Old Town of Bratislava. You absolutely have to visit the Blue Church, and don’t forget your camera: you will need it! :)
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