Vienna & Salzburg Vacation Packages
Explore Vienna & Salzburg
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- St. Michael's Square Slide 1 of 3: One of Vienna's most famous squares, St. Michael's Square is dominated by the impressive Neo-baroque entrance to the Imperial Palace.
- Salzburg Slide 2 of 3: Few cities can match the unspoiled fairytale setting and musical heritage that makes Salzburg an amazing destination.
- Austrian Parliament Slide 3 of 3: The Parliament's Hellenic-style building features a mix of historical statues from Rome and Greece, including Athena, the Greek Goddess of wisdom, war and peace.
Visit the stunning Kunsthistorisches Museum, which showcases the world’s largest collection of Bruegel paintings. Also check out the MuseumsQuartier, an exciting art complex near the Hofburg Palace that offers nine museums. Known as the city of music, Vienna owes much of its international fame to its many celebrated composers like Strauss, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. The city is alive with music performances year-round. A must-experience is a performance by the Vienna Boys’ Choir.
Encircled by Alpine mountains, a little more than two hours by train west of Vienna is Salzburg. Its cobblestone streets, narrow alleyways and elegant squares will make you feel like you’re on the silver screen. Enjoy a classical music concert inside Schloss Mirabell’s breathtaking Marble Hall. Relive your favorite scenes from "The Sound of Music," with visits to the iconic sites around the city. See the townhouse where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born.
Sitting in the foothills of the Austrian Alps, Salzburg offers easy access to lush forests, Alpine peaks and shimmering lakes. Just 18 miles outside the city, the Alps are packed with quaint frescoed villages, spa retreats and opportunities for thrilling adventure year-round.
Vienna’s longest shopping street, Mariahilfe Strasse is where you will find every type of shop, as well as a number of restaurants and cafes. Head over to Karntnerstrasse, Graben and Kolhmarkt Streets for big brands and exclusive boutiques. Naschmarkt is the city’s most famous and oldest market for typical products like snow globes and Mozart balls, Vienna’s famous chocolate treats. Depending on the time of year you visit, there are also popular Christmas markets known as Christkindlmarkt, where you can buy traditional handmade crafts while enjoying a steaming cup of local mulled wine.
Salzburg’s Old Town has charming squares with more than 400 shops and boutiques, and the Getreidegasse is the most famous shopping street in the city. The city’s coffee houses are also full of great gifts to take home, including Swiss chocolates.
Austria hosts a wide variety of great-tasting food. From mile-long markets with sausage stands to lively cafes, rooftop restaurants and coffee houses, the choices are as tempting as the servings. With typical Austrian dishes, such as wiener schnitzel (boneless fried veal), kasespatzle (Austrian-style macaroni and cheese), tafelspitz (boiled beef, vegetables and roasted potatoes) and tasty apple strudel, you’ll find mouthwatering delights everywhere you turn.
From coffee houses and beer gardens to gourmet restaurants and pastry shops, your taste buds will have a real treat in Salzburg. Pretzel stands are everywhere and Austrians love them in all kinds of shapes and flavors, including stuffed with cheesy sausage. Known as the beer capital of Austria, the amber nectar has been brewed in Salburg for more than 600 years. For nightlife, the city has three distinct social districts — Rudolfskai, Anton-Neumayer-Platz and Steingasse. And, for a romantic dinner, visit the remarkable Salzburg Fortress.
Delta Vacations flight + hotel packages include round-trip airfare aboard a Delta Partner Airline to Vienna International Airport (VIE) or Salzburg Airport (SZG). Delta has select routes to Vienna connecting via Paris and Amsterdam that are operated by codeshare airlines.† To get between the Vienna or Salzburg Airport and your hotel, a taxi is recommended, depending on the location of your hotel. For flexibility to travel when and where you want, add a car rental to your package.
Delta offers seasonal routes to Salzburg that connect via Amsterdam and are operated by codeshare airlines from mid-December through late April.† And, you can travel from Munich to Salzburg in less than two hours, or from Vienna to Salzburg in less than three hours by train or car.
†Flights are subject to change without notice.