Nature and impressive cities in Austria for your audiovisual project

Austria is incredible, it has must-see impressive corners and is a perfect country to travel by car.

This jewel in the heart of Europe has dream cities, with the Alps as protagonist, and its landscapes leave no one indifferent. And it has a history, a culture and a gastronomy that you can’t avoid capturing in your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Vienna

Strolling through Vienna is like visiting a large open-air museum. The Austrian capital is one of the most beautiful cities in central Europe, with countless corners for your audiovisual project. One of the essentials is the Ringstrasse, an avenue where the city wall once was situated, and where today the most important buildings of the town are located, such as the Town Hall, the Opera, the Stock Exchange, the Parliament, the Palace Royal, the University and the History Museum, among many others.

Vienna

Salzburg

Salzburg is the fourth largest city in the country and is considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In its streets it combines perfectly architecture with nature, old with modern. A destination of contrasts for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting, with the Alps as protagonists. We must highlight the Hohensalzburg fortress, the largest and the best preserved one in Europe, where you, on its top, can enjoy privileged views of the old town.

Salzburg

Innsbruck

The capital of the Alps and Tyrol is a city of marked palatial atmosphere, but its greatest attraction is that the alpine summits surround it. Its views are spectacular for any audiovisual project. Innsbruck is surrounded by beautiful landscapes with green slopes and mountains covered with snow in the winter.

Innsbruck

Graz

The second city of Austria has one of the most extensive historical centers in the Germanic world, with medieval streets and arcades, Renaissance palaces and Baroque churches. Fantastic locations for your photographic shooting or audiovisual production. Also interesting is the Schlossberg hill, which can be reached by a funicular, a lift or walking, to capture a panoramic view of luxury. The famous Clock Tower is also here situated. Also surprising is La Murinsel, an artificial floating platform in the center of the Mur River, designed to mark the selection of Graz as the European Capital of Culture in 2003.

Graz

Hallstatt

Is cataloged by UNESCO as “the most beautiful village on the shores of a lake”. This village, embedded in the Alps, is a clear example of a mix of architectural beauty with natural environment. It is located opposite the Hallstätter See, which clear waters reflect the low houses with their slate roofs. The surrounding mountains have a lush vegetation, and the calm and tranquility of the environment will make you won’t leave the place, after your audiovisual project.

Hallstatt

Ice caves of Eisriesenwelt

At more than 1600 meters above sea level, in the Tennen Mountains in Werfen, you can visit this impressive complex of frozen caves, considered as the largest one in the world. During a two-hour walk you discover a world of ice in whimsical shapes, ideal for a different audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Eisriesenwelt

National Park of Hohe Tauern

This national park is situated between the provinces of Carinthia, Tyrol and Salzburg, and is the largest one in the Alps. In its spectacular alpine landscape there are summits of more than 3.000 meters, mountain lakes, waterfalls, glaciers and torrents, all of them impressive locations for your audiovisual project.

Hohe Tauern

Krimml Waterfalls

In the Hohe Tauern National Park you will find also the largest waterfall in Austria, with a total height of 380 meters. It is formed by the glacial current of the Krimmler Ache River and divided in three levels, creating a spectacular landscape as location for your photographic shooting or audiovisual production.

Krimml Waterfalls

Grossglockner road

The Grossglockner road is one of the most beautiful roads in Europe and the jewel of the Hohe Tauern National Park. In its 48 kilometer of length it crosses meadows and forests on his way to the glacier of the Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria, 3.798 meters. When climbing this winding road you will see wonderful landscapes, such as snowy mountains, high waterfalls, scattered lakes and the Pasterze glacier. You will not be able to avoid stopping instantly to locate your audiovisual project there.

Grossglockner

Tyrol

The mountains of Tyrol form one of those landscapes that seems taken from a story, with its impressive mountains, waterfalls and crystalline lakes that reflect a clear sky. Its small villages with bell towers that stand out on the farmhouses, allow you to enjoy perfect locations for your audiovisual production or photographic shooting.

Tirol

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