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Austria is a land of vast open Alpine spaces, unparalleled skiing and European city life at its finest. At Hotels.com we have selected the best Austrian hotels from across the country to help you choose the most ideal option for your stay. Whether you are looking for a boutique city hotel or a modern state-of-the-art business hotel, you'll find it on Hotels.com. We provide details of hotels in all major Austrian towns and cities as well as the ski resorts for winter sports travellers. Our simple booking system allows you to book your Austrian hotel accommodation in advance, leaving you free to organise your trip around this proud, pristine country.

What's Austria Like?

Bridging the gap between East and West Europe as well as North and South, occupying a space at the very heart of modern Europe, Austria still retains its very own distinctive culture and identity. An identity that is proud of both its great outdoors and its magnificent cities. During the summer months, walking and cycling tours are very popular with visitors to Austria, particularly in the Tyrolean Alps. By winter Austria becomes one of Europe's most popular skiing and snowboarding destinations, with thousands flocking to famous resorts such as Mayrhofen and St Anton. The country also boasts majestic Baroque cities, ideal locations for city breaks. Musical Salzburg is not only the home of Mozart and a protected UNESCO site, but it's also home to the hugely popular Sound of Music tour, a must for any musical fans. The capital city Vienna is the most popular city break location. As the country's centre for culture and the arts, Vienna is home to two UNESCO sites, the medieval old town as well as the Baroque Schönbrunn Palace. Further highlights include the Hofburg Palace, the Belvedere Palace and the Gothic cathedral, Stephansdom. By evening time visitors flock to what Vienna is arguably most famous for, an evening of music or performance.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Austria

Austrians are a proud people and will welcome visitors with open arms provided you are respectful and polite. They will also appreciate you trying to speak in their local tongue, both in the large cities and in rural areas. Although Austrian's speak German, the local dialect differs slightly from standard German, so be sure to take a specifically Austrian German translation book and not just a German one. Whether you are looking to holiday in one of the beautiful cities or in the majestic Alps, you'll find the perfect Austria hotel here on Hotels.com.

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