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    A couple in Austria on honeymoon

    Austria, the country where Mozart was born, is as musical as your fantasies. An Austrian honeymoon is much like a dream come true. The baroque-style castles exhibit the grandeur and history of the erstwhile royalties. The zig-zag alpine roads will please you with the views of meadows and snow-capped alps. The culture, especially Waltz performances will leave you stunned and little envious of those who reside here.

    Wines, drives, and buzzing nightlife, everything incredible will follow once you’re on your honeymoon in Austria. To make sure you don’t miss out on anything on your voyage, here’s a list of attractions that you must include in your itinerary when you’re here with your significant other.

    Romantic places to see in Austria

    1. Innsbruck – Alluring with its differently-hued buildings

    View of Innsbruck

    One of Austria’s most iconic destinations, Innsbruck will make you fall in love with its brightly colored edifices, standing right in front of the snow-capped alps. You both on your Austrian honeymoon have to visit this haven. A calm ride on a horse carriage, unwinding in therma spa, or spending the night away pub hopping; Innsbruck never ceases to amaze.

    Flowers in Innsbruck

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    2. Salzburg – The haven for music-lovers

    Salzburg in evening

    The birthplace of Mozart, Salzburg is a music-lover’s paradise and surely among the most romantic places to visit in Austria. You get to visit Mozart’s home, and take the Sound of Music Tour. That’s not where it ends, the Baroque architecture will convince you to extend your stay a little more.

    Fortress in Salzburg

    3. Vienna – Known as the City of Love

    Horse carriage in Vienna

    Showcasing the Austrian grandeur through its impressive palaces, and art museums, Vienna well-deservedly happens to be the capital of the country. Vienna is named the City of Music, since it has served as the resident to famous musicians like Beethoven and Mozart. Today, the musical essence is still intact; a buzzing scenario of dining and drinking adds more edge for a memorable Austrian honeymoon.

    Landscape of Vienna

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    4. Feldkirch – Lying on the western ends of Austria

    Feldkirch

    On your honeymoon in Austria, Feldkirch makes for a must-visit because of several reasons. The medieval city has its history dating back to 13th century, and just a walk through the cobbled pavements will transport you to the early ages. Feldkirch also offers an easy accessibility to Switzerland and Liechtenstein, since it lies on the Westernmost part of Austria on the convergence of three valleys.

    5. Hallstatt – Little inhabited, massively enchanting

    Hallstatt

    Hallstatt is a small town with just 1000 inhabitants. The ancient salt mine is a major highlight of the town. Lake Hallstatt however steals the show with Alpine houses dating back to 16th century, and stalls and cafes arrayed on the shore. A walk through alleyway hand in hand on a lovely evening will make your Austrian honeymoon more memorable.

     Town square in hallstatt

    6. Mostviertel – Verdant hillocks and soaring snow-capped peaks

    Mostviertel

    The lush hillocks merging with sky-kissing snow-clad peaks in the panorama make Mostviertel a romantic hideout to visit on your honeymoon in Austria. Elevating the charm further are the historic monuments and beautiful museums. This is an offbeat spot boasting of producing the best apple cider.

    couples cycling in Mostviertel

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    7. Bad Gastein – Historic town with renowned hot spring

    Bad gastein

    A spa town since the late 19th century, Bad Gastein is bestowed with some stunning hot springs – Felsentherme, being the most popular one. The royalties loved the town believing that there were many healing powers in its water. And so, the town was designed in Belle Epoque architectural style to please the king and the queen. Even today, the historic attribute stays unperturbed and pleases the love birds on their honeymoon in Austria.

    Cable car in Bad Gastein

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    8. Krems – Snuggled near a river confluence

    Kremz

    Located on the confluence of River Danube and River Kremz, this town was first mentioned in the literature in 996. In fact, as per the archeological discoveries, Kremz has been inhabited even a thousand years earlier to that. Visit Kremz on your honeymoon in Austria, and sample fine wine and the beloved apricot brandy before you start exploring!

    Interior of a church in Kremz

    9. Melk – An ancient riverside town

    Landscape in Melk

    Melk, on the shore of Danube stream, grabs limelight with its 11th century monastery, Melk Abbey that’s perched on a bluff. This riverside town will leave you startled with its precision of architecture and grand decor embellishments. A romantic stroll through the Old Town Melk will take you both through historic sites like House for Itinerants that date back to the 17th century.

    melk-abbey

    10. Lienz – Been a settlement since 2000 BC

    Lienz in Austria

    Lienz is said to be a township since 2000 BC, the bronze age. The cobbled streets look vibrant with brightly-hued buildings, stone fountains, and gigantic snow-laced alps on the backdrop. Whether you want to explore the town riding the horse or enjoy the landscape from a helicopter, everything here forms a romantic setting for your Austrian honeymoon.

    Countryhouse near Lienz

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    Romantic things to do in Austria

    11. Attend the snow and music festival in Mayrhofen

    Music and ski festival in Austria

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    Snowbombing was formed by combining two exciting things – skiing and music. This music festival in the ski resort has witnessed performances by famous artists such as Skrillex and Magnetic Man. The festival is held every year in April, and is the biggest snow music festival of Europe.

    ice boarding in snowbomb Austria

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    12. Drive through Grossglockner

    Grosslockner in Austria

    One of Austria’s most scenic alpine roads is the Grossglockner. Behold the green pastures, gushing waterfalls, and snow-covered mountains as you both wind through the curvy roads. Despite being the highest mountain pass in Austria, the road is safe even for bikes and bicycles. During the drive, you’ll come across marvels like the Hohe Tauern National Park and the highest peak of the country.

     View of Grosslockner

    13. Sip some of best Austrian wines

    South Styria

    By now you know that an Austrian honeymoon is going to be majorly about history, nature, and art. But how about we pour some wine on your glass too? Yes, Austria’s turns prettier and more luxuriating with its Riesling wine, and Sauvignon blanc. Head over to Southern Styria or Lower Austria for the best wine experience of the country.

    couples having wine

    14. Ride the steepest train of Austria, Schafberg

    St. Wolfgang in Austria

    Weaving a contrast with stunning blue sky and green pastures are the red cogwheel rails that travel to the peak of Schafberg, located at an altitude of 5,850 feet above sea level. The train pulls itself to this height, making it the steepest railway journey of Austria. The scenic site will add charm to your Austrian honeymoon.

    Railway in Austria

    15. Be a part of the grand Johann Strauss Ball

    John Strauss Ball

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    Johann Strauss Ball is where you’ll witness the best of Waltz, and Austrian cuisine and wine. There’s gala dinner, workshops, and opening ceremony to keep you captivated.

     Kursalon Hubner in Austria

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    When to go to Austria

     A couple in Austria

    The best time for an Austrian honeymoon is April to October, if you are looking forward to events and festivals. For snow and ski lovers, November to April is the ideal time for a honeymoon in Austria. However, it is a year-round destination, which means you can plan a honeymoon in Austria anytime of the year.

    So, it’s time you get things sorted and book yourself a customizable Europe honeymoon package to experience the best of Austria with that special someone!

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