Austria's regional capitals
From Vienna via Salzburg to Bregenz, explore Austria's vibrant cities.
Austria’s capital is famous for its cultural events, imperial sights, coffee houses, cosy wine taverns, and the very special Viennese charm.
Salzburg, the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, is dominated by churches, castles and palaces. Its picturesque old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Past and future meet seamlessly in the heart of the Alps as Innsbruck’s world-famous sights stand alongside post-modern international architecture.
For summer holidaymakers, Klagenfurt is ideally located by sunny Lake Wörthersee. The city is, however, enjoyable throughout the entire year.
The Styrian capital Graz, with roots dating back to the Roman age, lies on either side of River Mur. Graz is well-known for its striking buildings and architecture.
Austria’s youngest provincial capital can look back on a long history, with its town charter dating back to the twelfth century.
Vorarlberg’s capital is located at Lake Constance, Central Europe’s third largest lake, offering a dense cultural programme and wide range of outdoor activities.
The city of Linz is home to a vibrant music and arts scene that is well-funded by the city itself and also by the state of Upper Austria.
Despite being Austria’s smallest provincial capital, this former seat of the Esterházy noble family range, home to some 13,000 inhabitants, has plenty to offer its guests.