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Recent Europe reviews

  • A True Parisian Stay

    "This apartment was everything we had hoped for in Paris. It was very clean and well appointed plus the location can't be beat. The bed was so comfortable and although you are in the middle of a fun filled area, it was quiet at night when we were ready to sleep. Natasha, who checked us in, is fantastic and explained every detail of the apartment as well as how to move about the city with ease. It's just a quick stroll to Notre Dame and all things bus and metro. We walked to many places so that we could experience it all but did do the metro to Montmarte and Versailles, which was easy as well. Do not miss a meal at the pizza/pasta place across the street. Delicious! Our favorite gift shop was Avanti la musica at the end of the street (turning right out the door). A magical experience in there! We have done many VRBO places and this was an A+."
    Guest: The Ems Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 4, 2014
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  • Great location and just the right size

    "My husband and I chose this VRBO rental due to the location and the amenities. We were traveling without a car and planned to use the metro or walk everywhere. We wanted to be close to the metro as well as walking distance to restaurants, bistro's and shops. We were an 800 meter walk to the metro and the Notre Dame Cathedral. The Latin Quarter and Rue Mouffetard markets were both in walking distance. There were also a couple of small grocery stores and a boulangerie, fromagerie and wine shop within walking distance. We stopped at those several times during our stay to pick up items. We were also looking for a place we could return to after a busy morning and afternoon of sightseeing and prepare a light snack and enjoy a glass of wine before venturing out for our evening activities. The studio provided a couch, table and small kitchen that allowed us to feel more relaxed and gave us a place to retreat to after hours of sightseeing. The bed was also quite comfortable. The other notable part is that this is a ground floor rental, for those who may have issues with stairs, this would be ideal for you. Eric is a lovely host and provided all the essentials and then allowed us to enjoy the property. We would stay here again and we would recommend this place to others."
    Guest: Julie M. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 9, 2014
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Austria Travel Tips

Best Time of Year to Visit Austria Vacation Rentals

Austria is a year-round destination, depending on what your interests are. The southwestern parts of Austria are home to the Alps. In the snowy winter months, this region is a major snow skiing travel destination. The peak ski season is during December through February. Depending on snowfall, the ski season can last until April. When the warmer summer months arrive though, the mountains attract all kinds of outdoor adventurers. Vienna and Saltzburg are often referred to as the cultural centers of Austria. People visiting these two cities mostly visit during the warmer summer months. The summer season starts from May and runs through September. The peak tourist season is during June and July. If you want to avoid the crowds then it is best to travel earlier or later in the season.

Visitors to Austria Lodging

Austria attracts a wide range of visitors. In terms of cultural attractions, Austria is one of Europe's finest destinations for those who have an interest in music. The Vienna Opera House is a beautiful building that houses some of the world's best operatic and orchestral performances. There are museums and monuments that are tributes to the great composers that hailed from Austria. Those with an equestrian interest will want to see the famous white horses of Vienna. The Lipizzaners perform amazing acts in the arena that are executed with flawless precision.

The Austrian Alps are an adventure destination in all seasons. The prime attractions are the excellent downhill skiing and snowboarding. Quaint alpine villages are tucked away in the valleys and provide easy access to the ski slopes. Skiing enthusiasts from all over the globe come to experience Austria's ski slopes.

Austria Travel Attractions

No matter what your interests are, Austria is a travel destination that will have something for you. If you enjoy beautiful scenery, you can visit the southern mountainous region of Tirol. Here, you can see mountain lakes, ancient castles and towering mountain peaks. Just south of Saltzburg, you can visit the beautiful ice caves. The caverns are tucked away deep within the heart of the mountain and have magnificent ice sculptures on display all year-round. In Saltzburg itself, you can visit Mozart's birthplace and many museums dedicated to this great artist. One of the main ski regions is around Kitsbuehel where you can find numerous top ski resorts. Throughout Austria, there are art galleries and museums showcasing the country's rich cultural heritage. There are many fine cathedrals and city halls that exhibit Baroque and Gothic architecture. It is a travel destination where you can be certain to take numerous photographs. Vienna is famous not only for its arts and culture but also for its coffee shops and decadent chocolate cake, known as sacher torte.

Traveling to Austria

The main airport in Austria is the Wien Schwechat International Airport. The airport is located approximately 11 miles southeast of Vienna. To get from the airport into the Vienna city center takes approximately 30 minutes by train. There are also shuttle buses and taxis that provide alternate transportation methods. The cities of Saltzburg, Innsbruck, Linz and Klagenfurt also have regional airports that receive flights from other European cities. If you are planning a ski trip to Austria, many of the ski packages use Much in Germany as the main travel hub. Much is a shorter distance to travel to the Alps and has convenient international flight connections. Austria has an extensive rail network and good intercity links with other European cities, such as Prague, Munich, Budapest and Frankfurt. The rail system offers one of the most scenic and convenient ways to get around the country.

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