When will trips be possible again? Can I go on vacation in summer 2021? Should I really book already? Many people ask themselves these questions – the corona pandemic has made us tired, it’s been a long time since our last vacation, and we all dream of finally being able to visit other countries again soon. But is that even safe? And where can you actually go?
This year we are supporting the Austrian tourism, art, and cultural sectors in digitalization as part of the “Digitalizing Culture – Austria 2021” initiative – during the pandemic and beyond.
In German, there is a saying: „April, April, der macht was er will“, which literally means that April does whatever it freaking pleases. Well this definitely describes April weather! While we are more than ready for warm and sunny spring days, April is not always as cooperative and likes to surprise us with rain, snow, blasting wind, and so on. So what are you supposed to do when rainy April weather crosses out your nicely laid out sunny weekend plans? To not let the bad weather blues get the best of you, we have gathered 8 activities that will lighten up your mood, even on a rainy day.
Have you ever considered Banja Luka as a possible vacation spot after the pandemic? Well, if you haven’t, you should definitely change your mind! We’ve already created the Ultimate Banja Luka Guide for First Time Visitors and showed you the Top 10 Ten Things to Do in Banja Luka, so today we want to dig deeper and show you 5 insider spots that shouldn’t be missing on your Banja Luka bucket list!
The newest episode of our series on microadventures takes us to Vorarlberg, the westernmost state of Austria. We introduce you to six little adventures in the ‘Ländle’ that help you break out of everyday life for a short time: from architecture, art, and culture to culinary journeys of discovery, to exciting nature experiences, everything is included!
Happy Easter! Now that it’s Good Friday, we hope you are ready for an ‘eggstraordinary’ Easter weekend if you do celebrate Easter! Although your Easter festivities are very likely going to be in a smaller circle than usual, we want to seize the chance to introduce you to some rather unusual and curious Easter traditions around the world, which you might not have heard of already. Enjoy!
Spring has officially started! Even if the weather is not already super warm in your area, it’s getting brighter and sunnier day by day. To deliver you some serious spring vibes, we have gathered 8 tips to instantly get you into a spring mood – so read on!
Recently, we spoke to several travel bloggers (part 1 and part 2) to ask them how they are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic – as they basically travel for a living, they are now not able to or are only super limited in doing their job. Now, we turn to our travel-savvy community to hear their experiences and opinions of how the pandemic has changed their travel behavior, what their travel outlook is, and much more. To get in touch, we conducted a survey on our Instagram and Facebook asking our followers about their travel behavior in the last year. Read on to learn the outcome!
The second part of our microadventures series takes us to Carinthia. Here you will find a few inspirations for little adventures that do not require travelling far or even spending the night – our tips are ideal for after work or a day off. We hope they will help you escape your everyday life for a short time, even in times of COVID-19. Now that the days are getting longer and the temperatures are rising, we can enjoy a little more sun, and after all, Klagenfurt is Austria’s state capital with the most hours of sunshine. What are you waiting for?
On the occasion of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we would like to introduce you to Anna Sacher, the legendary boss of the Hotel Sacher. After her husband’s early death in 1892, she took over the management – which was anything but a matter of course for the time!