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Austria is not only rich in culture and history, music and the arts, it is also a venerable plethora of stories and tales, legends and mysteries, unknown secrets and hidden gems.

In this section we have compiled a huge variety of interesting and lesser known facts and information for editors, writers, freelancers, show hosts – in whatever way you are related with the travel media. From special events to background information (see the “About Us” section), articles sorted by topic to hot-off-the-presses press releases, exciting story ideas and an elaborate photo and video archive – your needs will be taken care of.

Enjoy browsing and feel inspired to discover the secrets of Austria!

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06.07.2016: Everyone Deserves a Spa Day

Everyone Deserves a Spa Day

After hours spent taking in the sights, even young travelers need a break. The Sacher Boutique Spa pampers kids and teens with treatments created just for them. more »

05.07.2016: Celebrating 150 Grand Years: the Hotel Sacher Salzburg

Celebrating 150 Grand Years: the Hotel Sacher Salzburg

With its enviable perch along the beautiful Salzach River, the Hotel Sacher has long taken pride of place as the historic grand hotel in Salzburg. more »

05.07.2016: Petit Sacher: Play and Explore

Petit Sacher: Play and Explore

The Hotel Sacher knows a thing or two about cherishing family. Young guests are treated like royalty with the Petit Sacher program. more »

31.05.2016: In Celebration of Music

In Celebration of Music

Summertime is festival season in Austria. More than 200 festivals showcase everything from opera and classical music to ground-breaking performances in intimate settings as well as on internationally renowned stages. more »

31.05.2016: Nectar of the Vine

Nectar of the Vine

Explore Vienna’s ancient vineyards before venturing out to nearby Burgenland and Lower Austria, where castles and wine cellars dot picturesque villages. You’ll discover Austria’s imperial heritage amid the regions’ storied wine culture—still growing strong more than two millennia on. more »

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