Vienna is not a hidden secret any more! Top rated for living quality, the city at the Danube river has a lot to offer for visitors. The mix of modern lifestyle and historic tradition consists in a very charming way and typical Viennaise style.
For 30 years the wall is gone and still the city doesn’t stop changing. Transformation can be seen in all areas in Berlin and probably will be seen in the future as well. Today the dynamic city is Europe’s hotspot for modern lifestyle, trends and sustainability.
Salzburg is known all over the world as a city of music and a city of culture, being birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Today Salzburg offers a wide range of cultural events.
The beautiful landscape in which Salzburg is located invites for day excursions to discover alpine sights and life.
“Kölle Alaaf” – this is the typical cheer during carnival in Cologne, the old city at the river Rhine. The “fith season” starts in November and has its peak on Rosenmontag in February. Grown men dressed like princesses are dancing arm in arm with frogs and super heroes, as everyone goes wild on the streets and in the many pubs of the city.
The city of Stuttgart is the home of Porsche and Mercedes-Benz and known to car enthusiasts all over the world. Spectacular museums show automotive history and
give an idea of the automobile future. Next to innovation and production, many palaces in the old town and surrounding show the historic importance of Stuttgart.
In the surrounding of the city, vineyards invite for a glass of local wine and food.
Innsbruck is especially known as a ski destination, with nine ski regions and over 280 kilometers of slope in close proximity. Innsbruck is the perfect destination for winter and summer, for active holidays and those who want to enjoy the advantages of a city in the Alps.
The city at the river Elbe is also known as Florence of the Elbe, due to its many Italian style buildings from the time when Dresden was the richest capital of the kingdom Saxonia. It is a green and lush city, which is dominated by the river Elbe and its green meadows along the river banks and the Frauenkirche, which has been completely rebuilt the last years.
Graz is located about 200 km south of Vienna and is the second largest city in Austria. It is known for its charming old town, good food and an extensive cultural scene.
The heart of Graz's old town is formed by pedestrian zones, in which there are many cafés, shops and boutiques. The historic centre with its small streets and red roofs has even been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Above the old town on the Schlossberg is the most famous landmark of Graz, the Uhrturm (clock tower).
Graz was named European Capital of Culture in 2003 and took the opportunity to expand its wide range of museums and cultural offerings.
On a day trip to Southern Styria, also known as Austrian Tuscany, it is a must to visit the local vineyards, enjoy regional pumpkin products or stop at one of the traditional "Buschenschank" restaurants.
And last but not least, once a year all hell breaks loose in Graz when Formula 1 arrives at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, only 74 km from Graz.
The Hanseatic city of Bremen is a historic city, fairytale-like yet cosmopolitan. And Bremen is also the tenth largest city in Germany, European center of aerospace, city of science and location of one of Europe's largest urban development projects, the Überseestadt. A city that surprises its visitors - with full intention!
The Hanseatic city is also home to world-famous brands: The German headquarters of the world's leading brewer AB InBev, from which the famous Beck's beer originates, is located here. And besides Mondelez (formerly Kraft Foods), with products such as Jacobs coffee and Milka chocolate, Mercedes-Benz has also settled on the Weser.
Stuttgart and its surroundings stand for technology, tradition and innovation.
The city is a vibrant economic metropolis and offers a great cultural heritage. The diversity of the region is reflected in the architecture, which is characterized by baroque palaces as well as modern and innovating buildings.
International brands such as Bosch, Hugo Boss or Porsche and Mercedes-Benz have their origin in this productive and creative area.
And all of this is to be found amidst idyllic, topographically appealing scenery.