Nestled in the Lake District’s mountainous region, Hallstatt is a small town sandwiched between a mountain and a lake, lined with pastel houses decked with flower boxes.
After several days exploring Vienna, we set out to explore more of Austria’s beautiful destinations.
Our next stop was Hallstatt, a dreamy lakeside town in the heart of the Salzkammergut district. But even the drive from Vienna to Hallstatt was an adventure itself, filled with one amazing scene after another.
Driving from Vienna to Salzburg on my first ever trip to Europe was one of my most adventurous – and most memorable – travel experiences.
Holidays around Central Europe aren’t complete without a stop in Salzburg, Austria.
While today, Salzburg is most famous for being the birthplace of Mozart and the setting of “The Sound of Music,” this magical and historical city has a lot more going on.
There’s a lot to love about Salzburg.
With its beautiful baroque buildings, manicured gardens, and the fascinating stories of a slew of remarkable characters, Salzburg has rightfully earned its spot as one of Central Europe’s most visited cities.
Rolling emerald hills and charming pastel houses, snowcapped mountains and the tinkling of cowbells – if these are some of your favorite things, then a road trip in Austria’s gorgeous countryside will surely make your heart sing.