Revelation Travels and Holidays
Summer is the best time to visit Austria which is May through September. Winter is also a wonderful time to go to Austria, starting in December with the Christmas markets and ending in late February as the ski season starts to slow down.
April to May
The chilling weather still continues until by end of April. Suitable for low budget travelers, the activities are minimal. The costing of accommodation and flight will be reasonable. A best time to explore Hofburg.
June to August
During this period Austria welcome heavy inflow of tourists which is also the beginning of festival season. The city invites with midsummer night celebrations with campfire and folkloric events. During the month of July Salzburg festival opens up with magical performances from the worlds best opera, classical theaters and music. vacation spot alone offers the opportunity to delve into cultural, historical, and landscape exploration all in one place . Hohe Tauern National Park opens its wings for trekking activities. You would also enjoy the nature in Zell am See an alpine, glacial region with a picturesque lake.
September to October
The decreased crowd and end of peak season and the temperature begins to drop. Even though you will find the tourist flow with a different purpose to witness the wine culture , film festivals and museums. Vienna has a magnificent vineyard culture and you can taste local wines paired with traditional Austrian cuisine.
November to March
The winter months are usually an off season, still the Christmas season is full of celebration in Europe. Skiing enthusiasts can participate in the activity at St. Anton which is known as the skiing capital of Austria.
What is the suggested itinerary for Austria?
3 days: Vienna5 days: Salzburg7 days, add: Hallstatt10 days, add: Danube Valley, Bavarian Alps (Germany)/western Tirol14 days, add: Innsbruck, Dolomites (Italy), Bratislava (Slovakia)16 days, add: More time in Vienna
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