Innsbruck is a historic, picturesque city with a mountainous backdrop. Settlers date back to the early Stone Age and today the city is well-known for hosting 2 Olympic Games.
Nestled within the village of Weißbach bei Lofer, in the State of Salzburg, are mesmerizing works of nature showcased at three different sites – Seisenberg Gorge, Lamprecht’s Cave, and Vorderkaser Gorge.
Eisriesenwelt, located in Austria, is the largest ice cave in the world! Take a step back in time and explore this mystical destination by lantern.
In the enchanting mountainous landscape of Austria is the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, a breathtaking route that meanders through the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Europe’s largest conservation area.
Curious how affordable a trip to Europe can be? Check out my cost breakdown for a 14-day trip through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.