Austria’s position in the heart of Europe is equally beneficial for participants at numerous conferences, meetings and conventions taking place here. Its capital, Vienna, is considered an important gate to the Eastern European market, and many companies have their headquarters here.

Salzburg Skyline[photo: canadastock, Shutterstock]

Historical heritage
The former empire boasts of historical palaces and places. One can still see and feel the grandness of former times, when Austria was the most important power in Europe. And this is seen in the cultural and architectural highlights, such as Mozart and Haydn, the Schönbrunn palace and Hofburg castle in Vienna.

The landscape along the river Danube, the Wachau, is one of the most picturesque areas, with a long tradition in wine cultivation that stretches back to the time of the Romans.

Hofburg Palace and FIaker Vienna[photo: canadastock, Shutterstock]

Visiting Vienna
Visiting Vienna means visiting the great historical buildings, castles and palaces. The city known for its music and atmosphere from past times has in the meantime arrived to the 21st century.

Situated close to the borders to the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary, Vienna was in the times of the cold war the door to European East and is nowadays the very center of modern Europe. As much as Europe has changed through the times, Vienna did as well.

Vienna is a city of contrasts – traditional sights next to modern landmarks, traditional hotels and palaces for cocktail receptions or gala evenings next to modern architecture and modern designed locations. A charming city full of new development in an historic ambience.

Natural History Museum Vienna[photo: canadastock, Shutterstock]
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Hofburg Vienna_Cousin_Avi_Shutterstock[photo: Cousin Avi, Shutterstock]

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