Vienna is the capital and the largest city of Austria with over 1,800,000 residents, as well as one of Austria's nine federal states.

Owing to its numerous monuments, the city's historic center was designated a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in Europe. In addition to the…

Salzburg is a city with about 150,000 residents situated in the northwestern part of Austria, at the border with Germany. Salzburg is the capital city of the Austrian federal state of Salzburg.

Due to its combination of art and architecture, the historic center of Salzburg was inscribed…

Linz is the capital city of the state of Upper Austria and the third largest Austrian city with around 190,000 inhabitants. Linz lies in the north of central Austria, only 30 km from the Czech border and 160 km west of Vienna, the Austrian capital. Linz is one of the largest Austrian industrial…

Innsbruck is located in the northwestern part of Austria and is the capital city of the Austrian state of Tyrol. The city has around 127,000 inhabitants, while the Innsbruck Land region has around 172,000 inhabitants. The city's historic center with its narrow streets has preserved its medieval…

Bregenz is a city in the westernmost part of Austria with about 32,000 residents. Although not the largest, Bregenz is the capital of the state of Vorarlberg. This city lies on the coast of Boden Lake and is not far from the German and Swiss border. The city still has remnants of medieval walls…

Graz is the second largest city of Austria with 275,000 inhabitants as well as the capital of the state of Styria. Graz is located in the south of Austria, in the Alpine forelands. Through the city flows the Mur River which used to be a transportation route and therefore an important economic…