The incredible Danube flows through some of the Europe’s most enticing cities, such as Vienna (Austria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Budapest (Hungary) and Belgrade (Serbia).
Notes of Salzburg’s renowned composer can still be seen in the town’s historical district at Mozart Square, the Mozart Residence and Mozartsteg Bridge.
The Austrian flag is one of the oldest in the world.
Austrian Josef Madersperger invented the sewing machine.
The Austrian Alps cover 62% of the country.
The first postcards ever used came from Austria.
Some of the country’s most authentic dishes include wienerschnitzel, potato dumplings, known as knödel, and apple strudel (apfelstrudel), plus a dozen or so other delectable treats.
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Boasting a 1920s Art Deco style, this unique Vienna hotel offers the perfect combination of modern comfort and historical splendor.
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