Whether it is cycling along the Danube, indulging in some opera in Vienna, or trying your hand at lace-making in Stubing, consider which of the hotels in Austria are suitable for you, and then book them through BudgetAir.
Austria is just as much for lovers of the outside as it is for culture, architecture, and enjoying a traditional pastry washed down with a steaming cup of coffee. You can find this is any of the hotels in Austria as well as the many cafes and bars scattered throughout the cities.
The type of hotels in Austria you choose to stay in will be determined by the sort of holiday you plan to have. From majestic spa hotels in Austria to pensions and hotels in Austria that are located in historic buildings, you are sure to find that the hotels Austria offers can provide you with what you need.
Booking a room in one of the hotels in Austria could not be simpler if you use BudgetAir. The choice is there, the opportunity awaits and the prices are affordable - what’s not to like!
Probably the least explored province of the country is Lower Austria and Burgenland, bordering the Czech Republic. Yet with bird watching at Seewinkel National Park, a cable car ride to enjoy and the possibility of following in Beethoven’s footsteps through the Wienerwald, there is plenty to keep you occupied.
In Linz on the Danube in Upper Austria, there is the country’s oldest church, Martinskirsche, to explore, or at the other end of the spectrum, you can visit virtual worlds at the Ars Electronica Center, an innovative museum demonstrating the latest computer technology.
Other places to enjoy in between resting in your room at one of the hotels in Austria are Styria with its 800 mountain peaks and five thermal spas. It is the area where Austrians tend to holiday so it must be good. There is also ski-ing in Tyrol, while in Salzburg you can discover more about Mozart.
For more of the hotels Austria offers, check out BudgetAir for their wide range and hard-to-beat prices.
Breathtaking mountain scenery, jewel-coloured alpine lakes and some of the freshest air around, Austria is for the person who loves the outdoors. But what about the cosy cafes, buzzing wine taverns and haunting churches and abbeys? Austria provides just as much for the traveller who wants to experience the culture of Austria as well.