Visitors to this small country, which shares its northwestern border with Germany and its southeastern border with Hungary, can enjoy iconic attractions like Melk Abbey, a Benedictine monastery in the lower part of the country that overlooks the Danube River; Vienna State Opera House; Hohensalzburg Fortress, one the largest medieval castles in Europe, located in Salzburg; Vienna’s Imperial Place; world-class alpine skiing; and a variety of excellent museums.

Christmas markets in Vienna, Salzburg, Graz and Linz, as well as in many of Austria’s smaller cities, are great places to visit from late November through early January. These festive markets provide an opportunity for visitors to sample local foods, purchase craft items, mingle with the locals and get a real sense of the country’s overall culture. While most people in Austria speak German, visitors will find that many people also speak English.

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