The legacy of the Habsburgs in Austria has left a great legacy of monuments and architecture as well as an amazing culture. It is a beautiful city that had its heyday in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and among the residences of the dynasty is the Hofburg Imperial Palace which holding unmatched jewelry keeps incredible value for Austrian culture. In addition there’s the Augustinian churches which are part of the fourteenth century, the Prunksaal baroque hall and a fine collection of ancient musical instruments.
As the birthplace of internationally renowned scientists, Vienna has great reverence centers render it such as the Sigmund Freud Museum located in the residence where he lived and worked before leaving for Britain. If you decide to visit Vienna in a date close to Easter, Christmas or New Year we recommend making your reservations early. To spend a night of pure fun you should go to the central area of the city near the Danube Canal.
In Salzburg you will not just visit the hometown of Mozart but also the historical center that was built in the reign of the prince archbishops. The old town, a sample of the baroque style is located on the south side of the river Salzach where you will enjoy the view of fountains, churches, courtyards, plazas, etc.. Visit the Hohensalzburg Castle which was built in 1077 and is one of the most well preserved fortresses in central Europe.
In San Anton you can enjoy the best services for skiing located in the Arlberg region. This area is known for its various winter resorts. There is an exquisite town you can reach by train. Remember that it sits between Bregenz and Innsbruck.