Car rental Austria
Austria is an inner state in Central Europe. It is bordered Hungary
and Slovakia to the east, Slovenia
to the south, by the Czech Republic
to the north, and Switzerland
and Liechtenstein to the west. Car rental in Austria is an ideal way of exploring the amazing country at your own leisure.
Enjoying the scenic landscape of the Alps by Car rental
Austria lies in the Alps. The capital Vienna is the largest city in the country. The majority of the inhabitants speak German, which is also the official language. Car hire in Austria is a good option to enjoy the landscape and cultural to the fullest. If you want to rent a car in Austria, then compare prices of car rental Austria at holidaycars.com and book in advance with no hidden costs.
Vienna's rich musical history
Vienna has long been a center of classical music and opera. The Vienna Philharmonic New Year Concert is worldwide known. Famous composers who lived and worked in Vienna include Mozart, Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Brahms and Johann Strauss. The Vienna State Opera is the most important and largest opera house in Austria and is considered one of the best in the world.
Salzburg is the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. It is the birthplace of Mozart and the famous Salzburg Festival is held every summer. The city is known for its cathedral and the fortress Hohensalzburg. Its “old town” was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
Innsbruck is an 800 year old city in southwestern Austria, and is the capital of the state Tyrol. Lying on the River Inn, it is a popular ski destination. Car rental in Austria ensures a relaxing holiday. The town has many medieval buildings, including the Franciscan Hofkirche and Furstenburg. It is nice to rent a car, which takes you in the mountains within an hour of scenic drive. The prices of car rental in Austria are affordable, but you can get a better bargain when booking early.
Hire a car and practice your winter sporting skills at Tirol
Tirol region is best known for winter sports. Skiers, hikers and cross country skiers find their Mecca here. In winter snow chains are required when using a rental car in Austria. In summer, Austria is a real winner. Visit one of those cute little Austrian villages with romantic squares.
Typical Austrian dishes include Wiener schnitzel, Schweinsbraten. The Austrian cuisine is mainly a country kitchen. After the soup you can have the meat dish with simple coleslaw, green beans, tomatoes, mixed salad and potato salad. The famous Vienna coffee with apple strudel should not be missed.