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    • Foodie Regions

      From homemade schnitzel to toque-awarded restaurants, experience Austria's foodie regions.

      Wine Tasting Falkenstein
    • Melk Abbey in the Wachau Valley

      Wine in Lower Austria

      The beauty and lifestyle here seem inconceivable in this day and age - areas this pure and authentic tend to disappear. And locals here have chosen to embrace their heritage gastronomically, viticulturally and agriculturally.

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    • Picturesque vineyards in Burgenland

      Wine in Burgenland

      Barely an hour's drive from Vienna, Burgenland offers innovative vintners, chefs and artists determined to both preserve wonderful old traditions, and breathe new life into them. It is a noticeably warmer region, hence the array of white, sweet and red wines, all thriving in a climate stabilized by the striking Lake Neusiedl.

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    • Wine bottles

      Wine in Vienna

      No other country can lay claim to so much viticulture and wine-related culture in its capital city. Grapes were cultivated in Vienna as early as 1132 A.D.

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    • Vineyards in Styria

      Wine in Styria

      From a historic perspective and a culinary one, the province of Styria is well worth discovering. Just two hours south of Vienna you'll find rolling hills lined with vineyards, orchards and bright pumpkin patches. Sprinkled throughout is the perfect mix of medieval castles and manufacturers of local delicacies.

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    • The traditional Wiener Schnitzel

      Top 5 Austrian Dishes You Need to Try

      Austrian classics from Wiener Schnitzel to Marillenknödel - don't miss these must-eats on your stay in Austria.

      Find Your Favourite
    • Brewery Hofstetten

      12 Austrian Breweries to Visit

      Austria is a country of beer lovers - and has been for centuries. You'll find small breweries with age-old traditions as well as new craft breweries offering up unusual creations. Visit these 12 Austrian breweries to taste it all!

      Have a sip
    • The Bregenzerwald region is known for rooted agriculture and handicraft but with a modern touch

      The Cheese Road in Vorarlberg

      Follow the Cheese Road in the gently undulating Bregenzerwald for the perfect combination of natural beauty and unparallled taste.

      Taste the Deliciousness