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When the snow melts in Austria

Austria is by far one of the best places to visit during the winter months, with the Alps providing thrilling ski resorts and the weather providing plenty of snow. But what has Austria to offer when the snow melts and the flowers of spring start to bloom? In a word ‘Plenty’; the country is simply bursting with places to visit and activities to take part in.

If your snap happy with the cameras and are on the look-out for authentic Austria history then you should visit Castle Herberstein. Steeped in over 700 years of history the castle has its own zoo, historic gardens and two museums.

Austria has an amazing landscape in any season, but in spring when the countryside is brought back to life by the sun, you can enjoy a number of mountain hikes. Alpbach Valley is a popular choice amongst walkers and also Königsee where you can admire the blue-green lake.

City slickers will love a weekend in Vienna; it’s a perfect place for a romantic getaway. You can stroll the city’s medieval streets, admiring the beautiful architecture of the buildings, enjoy a romantic meal in one of the city restaurants or book to see a show at the opera or ballet.

If you’re planning on holidaying in Austria in Easter time then be sure to visit the Easter Markets found in most cities. It’s a fantastic time of year when the city is full of celebration and cheer!

Don’t forget to book your car hire Austria before you arrive, that way your vehicle will be ready and waiting for you! Auto Europe has locations spread across the world, why not book a cheap car hire in Italy, or plan a car hire Northern Ireland holiday? You can book online or call our friendly staff on free phone 0800 358 1229.

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