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Austria in March 2018

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What to do in Austria in March

March is one of the pleasanter times to travel to Austria. It is windy and rains are frequent in the alpine areas but the sun is also out occasionally. It is a great time for sun skiing. The ski resorts are least crowded and costs are lowest as it is almost the end of season. The slopes at this time are best for beginners and intermediates. Travelling to Nassfled in the state of Carinthia along the western borders of Austria is a good option. Besides skiing you can also on hiking or site seeing. Gerlitzen and Turach are also great for skiing and other snow sports. In Tyrol you might also catch some end of season concerts and festivals on the resorts.

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Bus Ticket
bus ticket price in Austria
2.50 $
Pint of Local Beer
pint of beer price in Austria
4.13 $
Liter of Gas
Liter of Gas price in Austria
1.71 $
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Big Mac price in Austria
XX $

Concerts in Austria in March 2018

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Sports Events in Austria in March 2018

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Travel With Children in Austria in March

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Travelling to Austria with children

March ushers spring in Austria. People traveling to Austria with their children are in for some discovery. The Schatzkammer at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna showcases the Crown Jewels of Austria’s royalty, including some of the largest emeralds in the world. There’s also the Imperial Sword, Imperial Crown and the Holy Lance of the Holy Roman Empire. St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna houses the ornately decorated catacombs of Prince of Savoy, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, while the Michaelerkirche and is famous for its crypt, the Michaelergruft, where some of the highly preserved bodies are on display. Urania, named after the muse of astronomy is an observatory and public educational institution in Vienna. It has a puppet theater, a movie theater that is regularly used to screen movies during the Viennale film festival and seminar rooms for lectures and classes. Kufstein Fortress in Tyrol contains a local history museum where arrowheads from the Ice Age are displayed. The largest outdoor organ in the world, called the Heroes Organ is also in the fortress. 

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Schatzkammer, Vienna
St. Stephens Cathedral, Vienna
Michaelerkirche (St. Michaels Church), Vienna
Urania, Vienna
Kufstein Fortress, Tyrol