We traveled to Austria during the Passover vacation (April). Our plan was to rent a car for a week and during that week to visit both human-made constructions (castles, villages and cities) and nature. And at the end of the week to return to Vienna for 3.5 days.
Since we traveled during April (Passover vacation), most nature-related attractions were still closed. Our plan included Eisriesenwelt Ice Cave, largest ice cave in the world, Grossglockner High Alpine Road and several waterfalls. Unfortunately, most nature-related attractions open only in May. Thus we had to replace them with other attractions. But the following map includes the nature attractions as well.
Map of the area:
The places we visited in chronological order:
- Carnuntum Archaeological Park (half day)
- Melk Abbey and Old City (1 day)
- Salzburg (2 days)
- Hallstatt (1.5 days)
- Admont (half day)
- Open Air Museum Stübing (half day)
- Graz, The Capital City Of Styria (1.5 days)
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