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Austria tourist map

Map of Austria travel

The Austria tourist map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Austria. This travel map of Austria will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Austria in Western Europe. The Austria tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Overall, in 2020, 4.5 million tourists from Austria undertook 12.65 million holiday trips within Austria and abroad; three quarter of the trips were domestic (74.1%). While the average length of stay was 3.6 nights for domestic holidays, holidays abroad averaged 6.4 nights. Thus more overnight stays were spent at domestic destinations (61,6%) than abroad. The most popular foreign travel destinations were Germany (23.5%), followed by Italy (21.9%), Croatia (7.1%), Hungary (5.6%) and Spain (3.6%) as you can see in Austria tourist map. Peak travel time was the 3rd quarter of 2020: this period (July - September) accounted for a total of 5.61 million (44.3%) of all holiday trips, with significantly more short term holiday trips (1 to 3 nights) (52.9%) than main holiday trips. A further 3.03 million holiday trips (24.0%) were made in the 1st quarter of 2020 (January - March). The least holiday trips were made in the 4th quarter of 2020 (October – December: 1.9 million vacation trips; share 15.0%) and in the 2nd quarter of 2020 (April – June: 2.1 million vacation trips; share 16.7%).

The direct contribution of the tourism industry to Austrian GDP is 4.9%; with indirect effects it increases to 15.4% as its mentioned in Austria tourist map. The winter season has a share of 50% of the 125 million annual overnight stays (28). In 2006, Austria was in a respectable ninth place in terms of international tourist arrivals. Less surprising is the proportion of foreigners making overnight stays, which is very high at over 72% (25). For Austria, an average annual growth rate of international tourist arrivals is expected of 1.5% between 2005 and 2015 and 1.0% between 2015 and 2030. While some regions may be able to maintain their winter tourism with suitable adaptation strategies, others would lose all winter tourism due to a diminishing snow pack. Despite global warming, it is impossible to exclude the possibility of winters with heavy snowfall in the future.

Austria influential history, rich culture, and fascinating landscape attracted over 30 million international tourists prior to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, making it the seventh most popular European country based on inbound tourist arrivals. In 2020, the health crisis hit the tourism industry hard, as governments worldwide implemented emergency measures and travel bans to limit the spread of the virus. As a result, the total contribution of travel and tourism to the gross domestic product (GDP) in Austria dropped by nearly 45 percent in 2020 over the previous year. Overall, these industries generated, directly and indirectly, around 485 thousand jobs in 2020 as its shown in Austria tourist map, though the total contribution of travel and tourism to employment in Austria experienced an eight percent drop year-over-year.

Austria attractions map

Map of Austria tourist attractions

The Austria attractions map shows all monuments and sightseeing of Austria. This tourist attractions map of Austria will allow you to easily discover monuments, museums ans places to visit of Austria in Western Europe. The Austria attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The spectacular Hofburg Palace in Vienna was for centuries the seat of Austria monarchy, the powerful Habsburgs. Attractions of a visit include the Imperial Silver Collection and an array of dining services giving a taste of the lavish imperial banquets that once took place here. As the residence of Prince Archbishops, Salzburg was a spiritual center from the earliest days of Christianity in Europe. Attractions are St. Peter Abbey and its church, along with the beautiful cemetery and its catacombs, instantly recognizable as a filming site for The Sound of Music as you can see in Austria attractions map. The Spanish Riding School dates back to the time of Emperor Maximilian II, the man responsible for introducing the famous Lipizzaner horses into Austria in 1562.

Located on Vienna outskirts, the Baroque Schönbrunn Palace was completed in the early 1700s and was later converted into a summer residence by Empress Maria Theresa. Attractions of a tour through the 40 rooms of the palace that are open to the public are the Royal apartments, the Great Gallery with its ornate ceiling paintings, the Million Room, and Maria Theresa salon with its carved and gilded rosewood panels as its shown in Austria attractions map. The Emperor Maximilian I, who reigned in the late 1400s and early 1500s, made Innsbruck the main residence and the seat of the Hapsburg government and, as a result, a focal point of Europe. His palace, the Hofburg, was remodeled by Empress Maria Theresa in 18th-century Baroque and Rococo styles. Attractions of a tour are the chance to view the sumptuous royal apartments, the marble Giant Hall (Riesensaal), and the painted ceilings throughout. The highlight of the Hofkirche, or Court Church, is the spectacular Tomb of Emperor Maximilian I, who died in 1519.

Melk Abbey is one of the world most famous monastic sites, and its spectacular buildings are laid out around seven courtyards. The most prominent part of this massive 325-meter-long complex is the west end and its twin-towered church rising above a semicircular terrace range. Hallstatt is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque small towns in Austria, if not Europe. It is also a good place from which to explore the spectacular Dachstein Salzkammergut region as its mentioned in Austria attractions map, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Attractions include the Giant Ice Cave, with its sub-zero summer temperatures and huge caverns with magnificent frozen waterfalls, and the Mammoth Cave, with its huge pipe-shaped galleries formed by an ancient underground river.