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Best Time To Visit Austria

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The months of spring (April-May) and fall (September-October) are considered the best time to visit Austria. Read more for more information about Austria temperature and the best time to travel:

Seasons dictate tourism in Austria. The best time to go to Austria depends on various factors, whether travelers are aiming for urban or rural parts. Most of the mountain resorts have two distinct tourist seasons: winter for skiing enthusiasts and summer for hikers and backpackers. More urban centers like Vienna and Salzburg, however, are considered year-round tourist destinations in Austria. Winter is the best time to visit Vienna Austria as the city attracts lovebirds over Christmas and New Year. The Salzburg Festival pulls in scores of well-heeled visitors in July and August to have a ball. Winter is the best time to go skiing in Austria. November through March is the best time to travel to Austria.

Although Austria is undeniably beautiful in the summer, it's in the winter season that the beauty of historical towns and varied landscapes is really worth watching. Any day when the sun is out and about, tourists in Austria can enjoy outdoor activities. The pleasant weather in spring and fall makes March-April and September-October the best season to visit Austria. In spring and fall, crowds are less, most attractions are open, and hotel prices are lower. Weather in Austria in October is very pleasant and sunny.

Depending on what kind of a trip one is planning, honeymoon or family tour, the best time to visit Austria for holiday also changes. Let’s take some of the seasonal experiences in Austria:


Climate in Austria

Summer Season in Austria

Like most famous places to visit in Europe, summer is a busy season. Austria in summer, between June and August, is a heavenly place to visit. Local urban crowds escape to the countryside so, there cities like Vienna and Salzburg accommodate more tourists. The city of Salzburg is typically crowded in July and August as people come out to celebrate the Salzburg Festival. Apart from the ideal day temperatures, summer brings the otherwise dull streets to life. Travelers can explore the royal palace in Vienna, sit in an outdoor café or hang out with the locals in bars or wine taverns. Summer in Austria is also popular for Italian ice cream makers who sell delicious flavors along Rotenturmstraße Street in Vienna.


Monsoon Season in Austria

There is no defined window for monsoon in Austria. Being a largely mountainous country, the northern part of Austria falls under the cool/temperate climate zone. To the east along the Danube valley, the climate is more continental with less rainfall than alpine regions in the north. With more than 100 millimeters of average rainfall, May through August are the wettest months in Austria, especially in the mountainous region. Austria in May witnesses the oncoming of summer with occasional showers. The temperature in Austria in June hovers between 21 and 11 degrees. However, rainfall in Vienna coincides with the summer season, May through early September. During this period, the city witnesses around 60 mm of average rainfall.


Winter Season in Austria

With lovely Christmas markets, tobogganing, and ice skating, winters in Austria are like a fairytale scene. Fresh snow on the ground, biting night air, candlelight dinners, and the Christmas decorations make winter the best season to visit Austria for honeymoon. Ski resorts are open between mid-December and March. Vienna in winter is ridiculously picturesque and it doesn’t really get biting cold. So, there’s much to explore in the Christmas markets when the sun goes down. Snowfall in Vienna occurs mainly from December through February. Vienna is one of the best destinations to visit in Europe during winter. For those looking to indulge in winter sports like skiing should know that Alpbach, St Anton, Ischgl, Filzmoos, Oberau, and Mayrhofen are the top ski resorts in Austria.


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Austria is as safe a place as the rest of Central Europe is. Make sure to keep track of your wallets and luggage, and refrain from visiting desolate areas as much as possible.

Since Austria is part of the European Union, it can be visited with the common Schengen visa.

Make sure to pack lots of woolens, since it remains cold almost all through the year here. Sturdy walking shoes and antiglare sunglasses are a must, especially if you plan to go skiing or snowboarding.

Almost all across the year, the weather in Austria remains cool, if not chilly. The highest temperature in cities such as Vienna is around 19°C to 22°C, with lows of –1°C to -5°C during the winter months.

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