When to go to Austria

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The best time when to go to Austria for holidays, depending on the weather

Here are some important information and tips on the best period when going to Austria.

In the country, the climate is generally temperate. Winters are cold and snowy with temperatures, almost always, below zero. The summers, on the other hand, differ according to the area; on the hills, the temperatures are quite cool while in the plains and in the valleys, rather hot.

In Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna, temperatures range from a minimum of -2 ° to a maximum of about 18 ° in summer. Obviously, different speech is recorded on the great alpine peaks, ideal for winter sports lovers. Here, the temperatures range from the 2 ° of July, to the -14 ° of January.

Average rainfall is a common feature of many Austrian destinations.

Through our κ index, we provide an evaluation for every single month. This way, you can evaluate the best time when going to Austria. A guide that, of course, concerns the climate, the events and the type of holiday you want to deal with

When to go to Austria

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December is the Top month for a holiday in Austria. A period that brings everyone together. Guaranteed fun for winter sports lovers.

For those who want to visit Vienna, Innsbruck and the Tyrol, the Christmas market show has a truly unique and evocative charm. The cold, in this case, gives way to the magic of Christmas, and of all the snow-covered cities


In our opinion, Austria can be visited in any month of the year. There is no real Flop month.

For proposal of events and festivals, the periods with less appeal could be March and October. If you find good deals for these months, we do not feel like advising against a holiday. Rather..

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