Austria has a lot to offer. The cities teem with gorgeous Baroque architecture and the rest of the country is littered with charming villages. For nature enthusiasts, there are long, rolling green hills and steep snow-capped mountains. The picturesque scenes from The Sound of Music are real and located throughout the country.
The most obvious place to visit is the most populated city, Vienna. This city is the definition of classic European glamour. A quick walk through will explain exactly why. Some of the buildings are made of white marble and gold and green rooftops. This city is a photographer’s dream. There are so many different angles and shots to shoot the city and its buildings. Besides the architecture, Vienna is a haven for lovers of art and culture. Check out the Vienna Opera and the Imperial Suites at Hofburg Palace.
Steyr is a hidden city waiting to be discovered. Time has stood still in this medieval city. Walking through these streets is like being transported back in time. Historians, writers and artists rave about this city and the inspiration it invokes simply by existing. Nearby this city is an exhilarating seven-hour route that will take visitors through the Kalkalpen National Park. Travelers will see waterfalls, a chapel and several breathtaking viewpoints.
Mozart’s birthplace, Salzburg is an underrated city, but worth the visit. In the summer, the city hosts an annual theater and music festival and in the winter it’s home to many Christmas markets. No matter what time of year you visit, Salzburg is ready to impress visitors.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
If the first word you think of when considering Seattle is “rain,” you’re not to blame—there is plenty of rain in this most famous of Pacific Northwest cities. But there are plenty of other, more enjoyable, quintessentially Seattle experiences to be found in Washington’s largest city, and here are the top five you can pack into any visit, no matter how brief.
The Bwindi Field Tent is one of the most formidable tents for international travelers. Designed to provide safety for travelers and field researchers in remote locations, the tent provides comfort for up to three people at a time. When not used for sleeping, it can convert into a mosquito net to help cover your bed.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Start your day in Groton, Massachusetts, just a short drive outside of Boston, with a late breakfast on Main Street at Salt & Light Cafe. The casual eatery provides loads of light breakfast and lunch options, with lots of gluten-free and health-conscious menu items. A wide array of coffees and teas are available, complemented by the café’s house-made flavor shots. Pastry items and desserts are also a can’t-miss add-on to your meal.