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Austria Tours

The land of legendary composers and sprawling countrysides welcomes you to indulge in a journey unlike any other. Explore colorful villages and majestic mountain ranges while the Baroque city of Vienna stands as a cultural hub of Europe. Embrace Austria’s endless charm with an in-depth exploration through a custom Zicasso tour.

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Sample Itineraries

You can have any trip tailor made for your private travel.

Ultimate Highlights Tour of Austria

12 Day Custom Tour

From $3,595

Celebrating the very best of Austria, this ultimate 12-day tour has been handcrafted to combine local culture, majestic history, mountain nature and a country’s welcoming charm. From the Habsburgs to the hills, you’ll delight in the sound of Mozart and the sound of silence, as you travel in luxury from Vienna to Bregenz.
Classic One-Week Austria Culture and History Tour

8 Day Custom Tour

From $2,395

Handcrafted to celebrate the best of Austrian culture and history in just one week, this 8-day tour is a journey through eras and atmospheres. Delight in the Habsburgs, cruise the Danube, lounge in an alpine spa, and savor Salzburg’s sensual past. Local guides lead the way at each destination as you discover how Austria is more than a sum of its distinctive parts.
Active Austria Family Tour

13 Day Custom Tour

From $3,895

From Sleeping Beauty’s castle to the Sound of Music and Viennese pastries, this 12-night vacation offers the best of Austria for families. Austria envelops and lures you in with its mountains and palaces before giving you all the space and freedom you need to explore as a family. A journey here is always a shared adventure.
Beethoven's 250th Anniversary Tour: Retracing the Maestro's...

7 Day Custom Tour

From $3,985

Join in the celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday on this Austrian tour that includes exclusive access to the highlights of his life history. Step out of the concert halls and into the life of Beethoven, his iconic symphonies your soundtrack as you follow the timeline of the composer’s inspirations around Vienna and the Austrian countryside. Experience Beethoven’s perspective with immersive museums that display his original annotated music and private tours of his homes in which he cultivated his distinctive style. From charming spa towns to grand musical celebrations, you will have exclusive experiences that reflect how Beethoven’s life and works have become indelible to classical music history and Austrian heritage.
Best of Austria & Croatia Vacation Tour

10 Day Custom Tour

From $2,495

Grandeur and glamour meet in old Eastern cities as lakes and waterfalls twist towards the Dalmatian coast. Islands await, idyllic and untamed as ancient cities arouse, memoirs to an altogether different time. Welcome to Eastern Europe, and for all of the history and the natural beauty, it is the culture you will most remember as explored on this 10-day trip through four European countries. So luxuriate on the old-world highlights and relax along the coast as you hop to Austria, Slovakia, Croatia and Montenegro on an unforgettable trip.
Highlights of Austria Tour: Culture, History, Nature,...

13 Day Custom Tour

From $3,895

From Vienna to Salzburg to Innsbruck, this two-week Austrian tour includes all the country’s major highlights. It’s all about the journey as you uncover the beauty of the alpine trail and all the stops along the way. On a single afternoon you can hike past glaciers, drink at a medieval wine tavern, and feel the serenity of a charming abbey.
Outdoor Austria Adventure Tour

11 Day Custom Tour

From $3,295

For over 11 days you will hike, climb, kayak, canyon, raft, balloon and fly through the Alps.Trails twist between epic mountains, lakes glisten beneath rugged peaks, rivers flow between medieval villages. Welcome to Austria and the ultimate outdoor adventure itinerary. And from Tyrol to Salzkammergut there are few finer landscapes to explore, anywhere else on Earth.
Best of the Germanic Lands: Wonderful Austria, Germany,...

14 Day Custom Tour

From $4,195

Nourish your senses as you walk along classic wine trails and listen to the music of some of the world’s most celebrated composers. Travel through the splendors of Austria, Germany, and Switzerland on a custom tailored tour and immerse yourself in luxury and culture, chocolate and marzipan, fairytale castles and snow-capped mountains. Baroque palaces tower above cobblestone streets as half-timbered buildings hide chic, contemporary restaurants.
Romantic Exploration of Austria and Germany Tour

9 Day Custom Tour

From $2,695

Explore the romantic road from Salzburg to Vienna on this enchanting 9-day Austria tour for couples. Bathe in spas, marvel in mountains, explore cobblestone heritage, and wander hand in hand along the lakesides. Handcrafted to give you time and space, these nine days will showcase the best of Austria at a lovely slow pace.
Alpine Adventure to Italy & Austria

14 Day Custom Tour

From $4,545

From soaring peaks to sapphire waters, modern marvels and scenic splendor, the Alpine countries of Italy, Switzerland and Austria all have something special. City slickers will love the fine art and high culture of timeless metropolises like Innsbruck and Vienna, and rugged outdoorsmen will enjoy their journeys through Chur and Lugano. Be you a hill climber or art critic, friend of nature or fan of fashion, this unforgettable vacation is made just for you.
Immersive Classical Music Austria Tour

10 Day Custom Tour

From $2,995

Handcrafted for classical music lovers, this 10-day Austria tour explores the country that lives and breathes music. Choir songs emanate from a palace chapel, Mozart and Schubert’s pieces ring out through evocative opera houses, and locals reminisce about a time when Beethoven and Haydn composed their scores. Even today it flows from bandstands, cafes, and concert halls. Discover the legacy of Austrian music on this luxury overland journey from Vienna to Salzburg.
Escape to Germany, Switzerland, and Austria Tour

15 Day Custom Tour

From $4,495

This 15-day custom tailored tour takes you through Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, where you can walk along half-timbered homes and dramatic storybook castles. Cuckoo clocks chime the hour and cobbled streets lead to the gilded rooftops and marvelous medieval monuments. Immerse yourself in the majesty of opulent palaces and old churches surrounded by the fascinating scenery of the Alps.
Classical Sounds of Austria: Schubert to Salzburg Tour...

10 Day Custom Tour

From $2,995

Choir songs emanate from a palace chapel. Mozart and Schubert’s pieces ring out through evocative opera houses. Houses reminisce of when Beethoven and Haydn composed their scores. Handcrafted for classical music lovers this ten-day tour explores the country that lives and breathes music. Even today it flows from bandstands, cafes and concert halls, a pre-eminent legacy discovered on this luxury overland journey from Vienna to Salzburg. Click here to learn more about Austria tours on Zicasso.
Splendors of Austria, Germany & Switzerland Tour...

14 Day Custom Tour

From $4,657

Nourish your senses as you walk along classic wine trails and listen to the music of some of the world’s most celebrated composers. Travel through the splendors of Austria, Germany, and Switzerland on a custom tailored tour and immerse yourself in luxury and culture, chocolate and marzipan, fairytale castles and snowcapped mountains. Baroque palaces tower above cobblestone streets as half-timbered buildings hide chic, contemporary restaurants. Stained glass windows in historical churches glow as illustriously as the famed artworks tucked inside opulent museums. Feast on the sounds, sights, textures, and flavors that create an unforgettable private journey for your senses. 
Comfortable Classics: A Two-Week Tour of Germany, Switzerland...

14 Day Custom Tour

From $4,657

The architecture will be nearly as splendid as the mountains as the splendor of it all is accentuated by the riverbanks and lakeshores enjoyed during your 14-day tour. Whether you love the alpine air or find classical music soothing, enjoy hiking or prefer the taste of a flavorful beer on a hot day, your tour of Germany, Switzerland, and Austria will immerse you in natural wonder and a welcoming culture. Listen to the glockenspiel chime at midday and then climb to the top of a medieval church spire for an unforgettable view as the past and present combine for an enchanting adventure steeped in the natural wonders of the countryside.
Two Weeks in Europe’s Heartland: Germany, Switzerland,...

14 Day Custom Tour

From $4,195

The architecture will be nearly as splendid as the mountains during this 14-day tour. Whether you love the alpine air or find classical music soothing, enjoy hiking or prefer the taste of a flavorful beer on a hot day, your tour of Germany, Switzerland, and Austria will immerse you in natural wonder and a welcoming culture.
Baroque Architecture to Beautiful Alps: Austria and...

12 Day Custom Tour

From $3,595

This customized tour offers you only the best of Austria and Switzerland in addition to taking you along the Danube River and into the illustrious Alps. Austria will enchant you with its Baroque architecture, opulent palaces, and famous concerts, and Switzerland will captivate you with its villages of half-timbered homes, beautiful vineyards, and dramatic mountain peaks.

Austria Tours

How to Book an Austria Tour

There are three ways to plan and book a trip:

1. Get a customized tour planned and booked by a travel professional. Travel independently on your own schedule.

2. Book a group tour. Join an escorted group tour with a fixed departure date.

3. Plan and book a trip yourself.

Zicasso offers the best solution for a customized tour by matching you with top travel specialists who plan and book the trip for you. Our travel agency division, Marageti, specializes in helping you book an escorted group tour. There is no extra cost to you for either service.

Custom Tours

A customized tour is one that is planned by a travel specialist according to your specific interests, preferences, and schedule. Whether you desire a family-friendly adventure or a romantic getaway, each of the accommodations, activities, and destinations is tailored to your preferences.The knowledge and experience of your travel specialist makes a big difference. Zicasso has spent thousands of hours vetting the best travel partners. We act as a referral service, matching you with specialists that best meet your goals and priorities.

Escorted Group Tours

A group tour offers the advantage of convenience at a great value. The schedule is fixed, the itinerary is pre-planned, and a dedicated tour director travels with the group throughout the trip. A group tour can be 30 - 50% less expensive than an equivalent customized tour. Out of the many hundreds of group tours, how do you select the right one for you? Our travel agency division, Marageti, has sales agents who specialize in helping travelers weigh the pros and cons of each group tour. We give you personalized recommendations to find the best tour for you.

Goals and Priorities

What are your goals and priorities for the trip? These should drive your decision for either a customized tour or a fixed departure group tour. We are here to help you make the right decisions to make your dream trip a reality.

Austria pulls you in like a Mozart concerto. Hapsburg palaces along the grand lanes of history; The Sound of Music in Salzburg and the smell of cake in a decadent Vienna coffeehouse; glorious winter ski slopes and picture-perfect lakeside villages. Like the great orchestral concerts of old, the beauty is found in the harmony between individual parts. Few other countries offer such a euphonic mix of urban legacies, and the great outdoors. One moment you are exploring fine art and the remains of the empire, admiring the innate attention to detail, the next you are standing amid glorious mountains, humbled by the towering scale of nature.

The strings still echo through palaces and opera halls, in the country of Mozart, Strauss, Haydn, and Schubert. The Alps rise high, carving glaciers, ski slopes, riverine valleys and intrepid adventures. Hapsburg villages deliver pomp and excess, while the Gothic and baroque continue history’s journey. Look further, and Austria has a contemporary side that is carrying the love for fine art and architecture into the 21st century. The destinations are diverse, yet they come together easily, connected by stunning alpine train journeys and a sense of grandeur that is synonymous with Austria. It is this harmony that pulls you in, slowly, elegantly, and effortlessly.

Modern Austria is a slither of what was once the House of Habsburg, and later the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Much of Europe bares evidence of this long-standing legacy, with imperial Vienna the glorious centerpiece that has hardly changed since those times of worldly prosperity. The 21St-century Vienna is a journey through the lanes of history. You can spend many days immersed in the illustrious pomp of yesteryear. This old capital city is the typical starting or ending point to any Austrian vacation. There is no question that the city deserves its status as one of Europe’s ultimate destinations. It is located in the far northeast of the country, close to the borders with Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary.

Travel beyond Vienna and its immediate surroundings, and you enter the mountains. Central Austria is packed with pretty towns and soporific scenery. Castles and vineyards rise above calm lakes. Musical odes are found in Salzburg, with Mozart and the hills Julie Andrews sang about in The Sound of Music. Find a monastery in Melk, modern art in Linz, vibrant historic streets in Graz, then onwards to a village of wooden houses beneath mountain peaks.

It is to the west where the Alps really rise. Railways and rivers twist through the valleys, far below the snow-dappled peaks. This is where you visit for some of Europe’s best winter skiing, and some of its finest summer hiking. The landscapes inspire, and the towns have retained the air of tradition, from butchers and bakers to grandiose monasteries and castles. Innsbruck is both a jumping off point for an adventure, and a dazzling overnight stop, with its medieval center backdropped by dramatic mountains.

Yet for all the famous names and images of beauty, Austria has a surprisingly restrained level of tourism. Perhaps it is because visitors are spread thinly, and everyone makes their own route, especially outside Vienna. It could be that Austria is too old-world; there are certainly fewer backpackers and student visitors than in neighboring countries. None of this should be off-putting. Austria has a well-developed tourist infrastructure, and it can be a relief to explore such alluring destinations without fighting through queues and crowds.

As you might expect in a country of mountains, Austria makes the journey as memorable as the destination. An excellent railway network connects both major and minor destinations; sit back and watch the landscapes unfold as you weave through the Alps. There is a good international airport in each corner of the country, so you can travel onwards or back home without looping back to where you started. The roads are in superb condition, and traveling overland means stopping at an array of lesser-known sights. These transport connections tie Austria’s orchestral pieces together and make the vacation as ambitious as your imagination.


Vienna is a city that responds to its romantic fame featuring summer palaces, opera houses, and baroque cafes. The city also showcases plenty of art nouveau-inspired train stations, faded historical lanes, and boutique art galleries. The old quarter is large but is easy to get around on foot. One of the grand highlights is taking a stroll down cobbled avenues, admiring the detail that drips from grand townhouses. Another is a lazy afternoon in the coffeehouses, which suggest glamor yet maintain a laid-back feel. There are diverse stories to follow, anything from Freud to Jugendstil providing a focus to your exploration. Whether two or five days there is no end to the attractions and experiences.


Two musical icons have their roots in Salzburg. Mozart was born here, and his house is just one of the townhouses showing faded paint and historic grandeur. The hills are alive, and The Sound of Music tour has become the city’s number one attraction. Spend your evenings in the heart of the city or ascend the hills for a quiet retreat, where every angle seems to reflect the preconceptions of Austria.


Innsbruck means mountain adventure. Ski slopes and hiking trails extend in most directions, with something for all levels of ability and interest. The cute and compact city center is all history, the perfect place to recover from the mountains but also an intriguing stop on any journey through Europe. All this makes Innsbruck two vacations in one, and even if you are not going into the mountains, the views from ground level are superb. Traveling onwards you might consider visiting Munich due north or Verona and Venice located directly south.

Hallstatt and the Salzkammergut Region

Tucked beneath vertiginous slopes on the shores of a serene lake, Hallstatt is just one jewel of the alpine Salzkammergut region. The setting is sublime, especially on a clear day when the mountains reflect upon the glassy water. While the village is small, it has enough to keep you entertained. On a quiet day, you can go boating on the lake or hike in the mountains, perhaps even mountain biking if you have a lot of energy. Hallstatt can also be an idyllic overnight as you hop through the Alps and take some downtime on a European vacation.

Graz and Styria

The landscapes are green in Austria’s southeastern corner, from hills that rise towards ruined castles to lakes painted an emerald tone. Forests cover vast swathes of the land here, and when they rescind, you find vineyards and traditional villages. This immense region is known as Styria, and it is surprisingly light on visitors. Medieval Graz is its capital, a city that blends decadent old architecture with quirky contemporary designs. There are snowy slopes in winter and relaxed hiking for the rest of the year, plus a good assortment of museums and galleries. So while Graz does not match the fame of Austria’s other major cities, it is very much worth a position on your itinerary.

Melk and the River Danube

Dripping with baroque excess, Melk Abbey epitomizes the Austrian dedication to art and detail. Ceiling frescoes extend to red marble walls, imperial rooms paint a portrait from previous centuries, and then you spot a monk and realize that this remains a working abbey. Perched high above the River Danube, the abbey is the attraction that dominates the charming town of Melk. There are other similarly extravagant buildings here, including the old coffee houses. Melk is just one of the enchanting towns along the River Danube, the great waterway that twists through most of Austria’s history.

Winter Sports in Western Austria

It is the abundance of resorts that make Austria a European favorite for winter skiing and snowboarding. The snowy areas are not quite as vast as those in France, but the warming atmosphere more than compensates. Ski lifts take you high above the valley, where you change, strap on boots, and take smaller lifts onto the slopes. There is a something for everyone, from friendly beginner snow to the steepest black route in Europe. Apres ski starts on the slopes, with bars for drinking with your boots on. Then you descend to traditional farming villages, where the atmosphere is distinctly Austrian, despite the influx of foreign skiers.

Something Different in Linz

Often skipped as visitor’s rush between Salzburg and Vienna, Austria’s third largest city is well worth another look. Silence reigns in the old cathedral, a baroque town hall backdrops al fresco cafes, and you can easily spend a day discovering the sights of the old town. The chief attraction in Linz is its difference to other Austrian cities, notably its modern art scene. Lentos Art Museum and Ars Electronica Center reflect a hip, contemporary side to Austria’s traditional fine art. The city has a setting framed by nature, with broad boulevards taking you along the River Danube’s curves.

Pinswang and King Ludwig’s Castles

Hidden in the mountains on the Bavarian border, Pinswang is an alternative jumping off point for visiting King Ludwig’s castles. From this small town, you can hike or cycle over to Germany and the famous fortresses across the border: Neuschwanstein, Hohenschwangau, and Linderhof are all within easy reach. You could go by a vehicle as well, a day trip that returns to the enchantment of rural Austria. On this side of the border, you will find the cave castle of Schloss im Loch and a series of medieval churches.

Austria has two tourist seasons and when to go is always dependent on what you want to do. December to April is for winter skiing, with Christmas and New Year seeing a big surge in the number of visitors. May to October mean different adventures in nature, like hiking on warm summer days.

As you may expect from a mountainous country, these seasonal definitions are not clear-cut. The weather is variable when you are in the mountains, so even in mid-summer, you will need to pack carefully for a full-day hike. While the clouds may be gray in parts of winter, there is consistent snow covering from mid-November all the way until the middle of April.

Travel to Austria’s towns and cities are possible all year around. Summer is more pleasant, with warm days, and far less rain. As an example, Vienna seems far more vibrant on an August day, when the townhouses glisten beneath a blue sky and clear evenings emanate energy. Like much of urban Europe, February is not quite as photogenic, although the festive December period is also a lovely time to visit, especially with the Christmas markets up and down the Danube.

Accommodation is one of Austria’s highlights. Common accommodations include palatial townhouses and boutique hotels along the historic lanes of Vienna and Salzburg. Spa hotels in the mountains, constructed from wood to blend effortlessly into their surroundings. There are converted palaces and castles, in the hills or the heart of an old town. You can get a real sense of the Hapsburgs and a time of empire as if the Austrians want to transport you to a bygone era through the accommodation they offer.

The luxury five-star options almost always have a prime location: along the River Danube, set apart on a mountain slope, draped over one of the alpine lakes, surrounded by Renaissance streets. While the Austrians are not particularly known for their hospitality, the accommodation indeed provides a grand welcome. Many of the large international chains are represented as well, especially in Vienna, giving an additional choice when you are in the cities. Travel in the Alps, and there is an array of self-catering options, with spacious wooden chalets that will appeal to families and groups of friends. You have space to be alone here, in accommodation that looks and feels distinctively Austrian.

Accommodation comes in big and small packages. When you visit the mountains, you are more likely to stay in small or mid-size hotels, typically wooden buildings that often have a spa (it is tradition to go naked in these spas although some boutique hotels have private-use spas for couples and families). Large-scale hotels are more common in the cities, with Vienna and Salzburg having some excellent options in large 19th-century proprieties. Families can choose from many upmarket hotels that have been adapted with interlinked rooms and family amenities, while couples will find a number of opulent lodgings for a special occasion.

Austria is indelibly European. Standing at the heart of the continent, this country has its roots in the mannerisms and styles that have made Europe what it is today. As part of the European Union and Schengen Agreement, Austria has the same customs and immigration policies as the majority of Europe. Citizens of the U.S. and Canada can travel here without a visa, as per Germany, France or anywhere else in the Schengen zone.

Getting Around

While some people fly in and out of Vienna on a multi-country European itinerary, the ease of getting around is another Austrian highlight. You do not need to use the same airport for arrival and departure. Alpine trains are wonderful experiences, landscapes rolling by as you twist and turn along the Danube then into the mountains. The roads are just as pretty and a good way to discover Austria’s lesser-known destinations. Hop across the borders and Austria can become an excellent setting for an international day trip: Slovakian capital Bratislava is an hour from Vienna, Bavaria’s castles are closer to Pinswang than Munich, and you can ski over the border to Italy, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland.

Austria’s central location creates superb travel opportunities. Continue a few hours east, and you reach Budapest, go north from Vienna to Bohemia and Prague, or take the road south from Graz to Slovenia and Croatia. No country in Europe is as conveniently situated, and there are six international airports to fly into. Another option is to fly to Munich then out of Vienna. For mountain adventure, it is usually quicker to use Munich or Innsbruck than Vienna International Airport in the far east of the country.


It is important to pack for all the seasons. The climate on an alpine hiking trail can be very different from what it is in Vienna or Graz. This is also a variable climate and it is amazing how quickly the weather can change when you are in destinations like Innsbruck and Salzburg. Be sure to bring a raincoat along with that summer gear, and think sensibly about your choice of footwear. There is a good chance you will be walking a lot in Austria, whether in urban or rural areas, so keep it comfortable when packing shoes.


Austria has adopted the Euro and has a modernized banking system. There are ATMs in almost every village, nearly all of them accepting international cards. The easiest way to access money is to withdraw it once you are in Austria, although it may be worth bringing a stash of Euros as well. Somewhat surprisingly, the country has been a little slow to jump on board the digital revolution, so while it is possible to pay by card in large establishments, cash is required in smaller shops.

Tipping is commonplace although the custom is to round up a price in a cafe or restaurant, rather than add on 15% or more as is typical in the U.S.

Austria has always been a healthy nation. Clean mountain air and fresh organic food play a central role in this, as do good medical facilities that were once the pride of Europe. Even in rural medical establishments, you should be able to find somebody who speaks English and can translate. It is rare that you will need bottled water, especially given the tasty alpine melt that comes through the taps in Western Austria.

Austria is also safe, with Vienna one of the safest capital cities on the planet. Other than leaving a rental bicycle unlocked and unattended, it is extremely rare that visitors encounter problems.

Customs and Etiquette

Austrians are a patriotic people proud of their homeland. It is common for Austrians to identify with their state or region, rather than the Austrian nation. You may meet a local who introduces himself as a proud Viennese or Salzburger. People from Tyrol identify with their region, which is now spread across two countries before they identify with Austria. This gives every Austrian vacation an eclectic feel, especially when you travel with guides local to their city and country. The regional makeup and history is complex, and it is only through the locals that you will come close to understanding what makes up modern Austria.

This is a rural country, and the people are relatively conservative, especially once you travel outside Vienna. While there are not any nationwide pieces of culture or custom you must follow, each region has its specialties you can explore. These could concern food or local dress, or perhaps a mystery that emanates from a castle or palace in the region. Some visitors will say that the Austrians can be hard to talk to, however, this is a more a reflection of their rural conservative roots rather than any unfriendliness.

Food and Drink in Austria

Austrian food sets you up for a day of exploring. It rewards after a long day on the slopes or extended exploration of a historic city center. Bread is the key staple, and it comes from the bakery, rather than a supermarket. Heavy rye bread is the most traditional way to start the day, but you will also have a wide choice of sweet and savory rolls. Other bakery products form your desserts, like fruit knodel and the ubiquitous strudels.

Typical meals are warm and filling, with beef or pork accompanied by soap, potatoes, dumplings and more bread. Wiener schnitzel is just one example, and the size of the portion is much closer to U.S. standards than nearby France. Local guides can suggest regional specialties as everywhere you go there is something slightly different, such as salads with green pumpkin seed oil in Styria. Good traditional restaurants are found across the country with the major cities seeing a surge in contemporary dining, including Michelin-starred establishments providing a new take on old local classics.

Arguably the most famous culinary experience is in one of the old-world coffeehouses, which are ornate and abundant in Vienna as well as being found in other cities. They reflect a leisurely pace of life, coffee, and cake enjoyed in a salubrious setting at a time when people would be at work in other countries. Complementing warm coffee are Austria’s unique drinks. The white wine is sweet and acidic while the choice of beer is similar to neighboring Bavaria, particularly the dark beers (dunkles) and wheat beers.

Zicasso connects you with tour operators that understand the many parts to Austria’s orchestra. They will handcraft a luxury tour to your interests and preferences.

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