The Rough Guide to Austria

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Rough Guides, 2001 - Travel - 594 pages
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Rough Guides welcomes Austria to our outstanding line-up of European destinations

Venture across every inch of this prosperous and stable central European country as the Rough Guide whisks you from the cosmopolitan capital, Vienna -- packed with cultural offerings and throbbing with late-night musikcafes -- to the awesome Alpine backwaters of the Tyrol. In between, we take you where other guides don't -- such as the wine-making villages along the Czech border -- and we stretch your schillings to suit your budget in what can be an expensive country to visit.

 

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Contents

Getting there from Britain
3
Getting there from Ireland
11
Getting there from Australia and New Zealand
18
Insurance
24
Getting around
31
CHAPTER II VIENNA
65
Arrival information and city transport
71
Stephansdom
82
Neue Burg museums
102
Museumsquartier
113
Traunsee
439
Hallstattersee
446
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507
Oberinntal
514
Heutte
522
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541

Michaelerplatz
89
Hofburg
96

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About the author (2001)

Jonathan Bousfield first took his bucket and spade to the Adriatic coast in 1975, and has been making regular visits to Croatia ever since. He is author of the Rough Guide to the Baltic States and co-author of Rough Guides to Bulgaria, Poland and Austria.

Jonathan Bousfield is a regular visitor to Austria and author of Rough Guides to Bulgaria, Poland, Croatia and the Baltic States. Rob Humphreys joined Rough Guides in 1989. He has travelled extensively in Central and Eastern Europe, writing Rough Guides to Prague, the Czech & Slovak Republics and St Petersburg, as well as London.

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