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Austria at a glance

International dialing code
43
Good to know
Austria sits in the center of Europe, and throughout time itself this country has been the epicenter of action. No matter if we're talking about art, music, literature or conflict, the events which have unfolded in Austria serve as a great impact on our lives today. When visiting, tour the city centers. Vienna is considered to be a UNESCO historic site. There are many resources online about what to do in this great city, including an entire list of things to do, from A to Z. Beyond exploring cities like Vienna, Salzburg, and Graz, head out to the remarkable nature. Whether visiting in the summer or in the winter months, the vast parks (there are six total national parks) and mountain ranges represent a whole other ballpark when it comes to the passage of time.
Time zone
UTC+1
Spoken language
German
Cost to avg. transport ticket
US$ 61.6

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Transportation types in Austria

 

Minivans in Austria

 

Don't allow for the few routes in Austria to send you into despair. This journey is super comfortable, and very much worthwhile to carry out by booking a spot on the minivan. Not only are the roads in Vienna top class, the minivan cabins are also. It's always very tidy and spacious on board. Drivers speak English, and will be more than happy to help you out with any questions or concerns you may have. This option is suited for any kind of traveler, whether you are backpacking or simply going on a day trip through Austria.