Soak up the views through mountain meadows in Austria. When the snow has melted, Europe's longest mountain range takes on a whole new identity. Whether you want to hike through Alpine meadows, chase adrenaline thrills or relax in a spa.
The building was designed in a high Renaissance style, with a well-proportioned loggia fronting the immense structure. The loggia is beautifully decorated with frescoes depicting scenes from Mozart's 'Magic Flute’The structure of the opera house was planned by the Viennese architect August Sicard von Sicardsburg, while the inside was designed by interior decorator Eduard van der Nüll. It was also impacted by other major artists such as Moritz von Schwind, who painted the frescoes in the foyer, and the famous "Zauberflöten" (“Magic Flute”) series of frescoes on the veranda.
Also known as the Imperial Palace, Hofburg Palace covers an astonishing 59 acres, making it one of the largest and most spectacular palace complexes in the world. Hofburg Palace is divided into three main sections: the Imperial Apartments, the Sisi Museum and the Silver Collection. Each of these zones can be explored individually or you can combine all three into an extended visit. Oriflame will host the Welcome Party in this building! Exclusively hired for Oriflame only!
A city of music, art and architecture. Salzburg is a baroque jewel in a spectacular alpine setting. Mozart and the Sound of Music come alive here. Salzburg's Old Town is comprised of renowned baroque architecture, forming one of Europe's best-preserved town centers (complete with the continent's oldest restaurant). All of this, combined with the Alps as its backdrop, make Salzburg unforgettable. Salzburg's two claims to fame are as the birthplace of Mozart and the stage for The Sound of Music. Highlights of the city include the imposing Salzburg Cathedral and the Hohensalzburg Fortress, which dominate the city skyline.
One of the most iconic shots of Budapest is a brightly lit building at the banks of a blue river, enticing tourists to visit Budapest. That building stands tall during the day, contrasting the Danube’s azure hues. This attraction makes it to the top of things to do in Budapest in all the lists and continually impresses with the brilliant architecture. It is the Hungarian Parliament.
Slovakia's political and cultural capital, Bratislava is the country's largest city by far. The local cultural scene is a product of German, Slovak, Hungarian influences. Bratislava boasts many theaters, museums, galleries, and concert halls. Bratislava is also a city of music. Giants like Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven have composed and performed here. But live music is just one of many things to do in Bratislava.
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