10 Best Honeymoon Destinations in Austria

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10 Best Honeymoon Destinations in Austria
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3 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Best Honeymoon Destinations in Austria

Austria is a land-locked country located in Central Europe. It is mostly a mountainous country consisting of many enchanting mountains. Here, most people live in Vienna, which is the largest city and also the capital city of Austria.
The music, baroque castles, charming mountain villages, enchanting mountains, and luscious wine make it a dream come true honeymoon for couples.
If you are a fan of nature, music, and wine, honeymoon in Austria is the one for you. To make sure you do not miss out on anything on your voyage, here are the top ten best romantic destinations you must visit in Austria with your Partner, beloved for a trip to remember.

1. Vienna 

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Vienna, also known as the City of Music, cannot be missed when it comes to love. It has been a resident of famous musicians like Beethoven and Mozart. Even today, the musical essence is intact, and the dining and drinking add even more for an unforgettable honeymoon memory.
Furthermore, the enchanting palaces of the Hofburg and Schönbrunn consisting of vibrant cafes, luxury restaurants, and beautiful garden gives your honeymoon the grandeur feel.
Also, if you are a fan of art, there are more than 100 art museums that attract over eight million visitors per year.
The right time to visit Vienna is from April to May or September to October.

2. Salzburg

                                                                                                 

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Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart, is filled with castles, churches, and palaces. Salzburg is the tourist favorite. During peak times, the number of tourists outnumbers the locals by a large margin. 
For music lovers, you get to visit Mozart’s home and take the Sound of Music Tour. Salzburg’s Alstadt, a district in Salzburg, is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Couples are most likely to fall in love with the beautiful baroque architectures. 
Want a break? Afro café is the perfect place to stop for tea and coffee. The place also specializes in contemporary African cuisine. The décor is bright and funky with hot-pink walls, butterfly chairs, and artworks made from beach junk.
The right time to visit Salzburg is from September to October.

3. Feldkirch

                                                                                                                       

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Feldkirch is a medieval city in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg on the border with Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Schattenburg castle, which is also a museum and restaurant, is a must-visit for people that love architecture and history. It is just about a mile far from the central bus station.
For couples that want to have a nice quiet walk in the middle of the street, Feldkirch's old town is the best. Even if you love nature and want to spend time wandering around the natural beauty, Feldkirch has it.
Wild park Feldkirch is a park on the mountain in the city of Feldkirch, which is free of charge and is brimming with natural beauty.
The best time to visit Feldkirch is from late June to early September. 

4. Hallstatt

                                                                                                    

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Hallstatt is a beautiful small town in the district of Gmunden. The town is mostly known for its production of salt. Furthermore, lake Hallstatt with alpine houses dating back to the 16th century enriches the beauty of Hallstatt.
The evening will be well spent with your significant other in the alleyway of Hallstatt, making your honeymoon much more memorable. Then, for dinner, you can feast on local Austrian cuisine at Gasthof Zauner. And, for some luscious wine, Restaurant Zum Salzbaron is your stop.
The months of March, April, May, October, and November are the best time to visit Hallstatt.

5. Mostviertel

                                                                                                     

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Mostviertel is the southwestern quarter of the four quarters of lower Austria. The part of this region completely dedicated to perry resembles a vast garden with its gently rolling hills, hundreds of thousands of gnarled pear trees and stately quadrangular farmsteads make it the romantic hideout to visit on your honeymoon in Austria.
Couples who have gone hiking, cycling, or driving around the 200-kilometers-long Perry Road come away delighted with its marvelous scenery and the venerable rows of pear trees and the picturesque villages.
The best time to visit Mostviertel is between May to October.

6. Bad Gastein

                                                                                               

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Bad Gastein is a spa town in the district of St. Johann im Pongau. The town is mostly famous for hot spring. You can have an excellent time soaking in the water with healing properties with your significant other in the open-air hot spring while sipping wine.
The town was designed in Belle Époque architectural style to please the king and the queen. Even today, the historic touch stays unperturbed and delights the love birds on their honeymoon in Austria.
Also, for beautiful scenery, go to Bad Gasteiner Wasserfall. You can watch the waterfall from the streets or walk up (or down) alongside a part of this waterfall.
The right time to visit Bad Gastein is from December to March.

7. Innsbruck

                                                                                                 

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Innsbruck is the capital city of Tyrol and the fifth-largest city in Austria. Innsbruck will make you fall in love with its vibrant colored architectures. Without visiting this haven, your honeymoon will not be complete. Here, you can spend time looking at the architectures, unwinding in the thermal spa, or spend the night away hopping from pub to pub.
It also includes 40 towns and villages that fulfill your every want and need. You can stay in the beautiful alpine countryside, in an idyllic village, in the city center or at 2,000 meters above sea level. 
The best time to visit Innsbruck is in the summer and the long winter.

8. Krems

                                                                                                 

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Krems is located on the confluence of River Danube and River Kremz. This historical city has a rich history of wine production, and also boasts excellent charm and character with its old architecture and a favorable seat on the Danube.
For Wine-loving couples, you can take a tour around Winzer Krems, which produces some of the finest bottles in Austria and learn about the winemaking process and even have a sample or two of their excellent products.
Assuming that you are a motorbike enthusiast, Motorrad-Museum will be like a goldmine. The museum is only a 10 minutes’ drive away, and you get to see the collection that spans from the early 1900s through to the modern-day.
The best time to visit Krems for ideal weather is April 23rd to September 30th.

9. Melk 

                                                                                                   

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Melk is mostly known for its massive Benedictine abbey, one of the most splendid monastic houses in Austria. Even though it is a monastery, it looks more like an imperial palace.
Just below the Benedictine Abbey lies the Old Town Melk. Taking some time strolling through its narrow street and watching at the architectures will be a great way to spend time.
Moreover, about 18km north of Melk is the bewitching town of Spitz on the left bank of the Danube. This old market village has been retaining many of its beautiful Renaissance and Baroque houses that make the streets look even more attractive.
The right time of year to visit Melk for warm-weather activities is from mid-June to early September.

10. Lienz

                                                                                              

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Lienz is an old medieval town in the Austrian state of Tyrol and the administrative center of the Lienz district. It has an amazing surrounding landscape of the alps and Hohe Tauern National Park.
For the adventurous couple, you can hurtle around a steel rollercoaster on the side of a mountain, the Austrian Alps at Osttirodler Alpine Coaster.
As for the nature-loving couple, National park Hohe Tauern is the place. It is the largest nature reserve in the Austrian Alpine region. There are numerous hiking trails and nature walks, and the information boards near Lienz will help you on your way.
The best time to visit Lienz is from May 21st to September 23rd.

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