Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt is a cute little village in northwestern Austria. Alpine houses climb the salt mountain of this UNESCO World Heritage site. A word of advice though, do not go on Monday or Tuesday as many of the offices are closed then, especially during the winter. [foogallery id="1940"]

Albertina, Vienna, Austria

Beyond the museum's impressive graphic art collection, the Albertina truly guides its guest through the ages of art. The permanent collection guides the viewer from Monet to Picasso. Until January 8, the museum also focuses on pointillism. More specifically, the section focuses on how impressionism led to that art movement…

Vienna City Center

Take a virtual tour by hovering on the pulsating dots below for information on important sites in Vienna. Click anywhere on the page to close the pop-ups or follow the links for more information! [imagelinks id="1"] Click here to view this wonderful tourist map created by ViennaMap360. A special thanks…

Salzburg, Austria

Literally translated, Salzburg means salt fortress. Salzburg became a rich town during medieval times thanks to its salt mines and tax on trade that passed through its river. The river separates the city in half, with the “New Town” to the north and the “Old Town” to the south. A…