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Getting to Austria and other information for tourists.

Travel In Austria

Austria by Road

All the major Austrian cities are connected by motorway, if you need to get somewhere quickly, but driving on Austria's national roads is always more interesting.

If you bring your own car to Austria, and intend to drive on the motorways, you will need to buy a vignette - available from service stations - and stick it in on your windscreen.

Vignettes can be bought for ten days, one month, two months or a year. There are also tolls on some of the tunnels, but you may prefer to drive over the passes in the summer months; for some stunning views.

Austria by Train

Austria connects well with all of Europe's major cities. Timetables.

Austria by Boat

Lake Constance, or Bodensee, has services between Switzerland, Bregenz in Austria, and Germany during the summer season.

The River Danube has traffic from Ravensburg in Germany, through Vienna and on to Bratislava, Budapest, Belgrade and out to the Black Sea.

Austria by Air

Airlines and Airports.

Vienna's international airport is located at Schwechat; to the south-east of the city. There are also smaller airports at Innsbruck and Salzburg.

The national airline is Austrian Airlines.

Austria Tourism

Austria for Americans:
This site is produced by the Austrian National Tourist Office exclusively for North American residents and contains material specific to their needs.

Austrian National Tourist Office:
The official site for tourism in Austria.

Austrian Regions:
Austria is divided into nine provinces.

Casinos Austria:
There are twelve Casinos in Austria: Baden, Bad Gastein, Bregenz, Graz, Innsbruck, Kitzbuhel, Kleinwalsertal, Linz, Salzburg, Seefeld, Velden and Wien.


The Euro:
The official currency in Austria; and most of Europe.

Tour My Country:
Benedikt Mandl, an Austrian, offers first-hand, local advice for travellers wishing to visit Austria; not the picture-perfect image that tourist offices draw of Austria.

U.S. Embassy in Vienna:
Boltzmanngasse 16, Vienna. The Consular Section is at Parkring 12a.

Walking Seefeld:
An independent vacation guide to active summer holidays on the Seefeld plateau, near Innsbruck.

Austrian Culture:
Austria's illustrious history leaves a lot of memories behind. Uncover the delights of former glory.

About Austria:
Illustrated tourist and travel information on Austria's major cities. Also find out more about living in Austria and learning German.

Austria Travel Notes

Kaffehauskultur Wien.

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