In Australia fondue is sort of, well, cheesy. But in Austria it all starts to make sense.
In Linz, Keith Austin finds a city that's more Grimm, than grim.
In Austria, it seems that beyond every bend is a castle or some other stunning edifice.
"Let us eat cake!" I long to shout as we're led through the top-secret facility in Vienna where the world-famous sacher-torte is made.
The high-flying Ice-Q restaurant was built for stardom.
Innsbruck isn't all about Alps and old town. There is a cool, contemporary side to the Austrian town.
With its plentiful green spaces, smartly-planned waterways and network of bike lanes, it's no wonder Vienna is consistently rated the world's most liveable city.
From sausage stand to schnitzel, these are the eats you can't miss in Vienna.
Renowned as the birthplace of classical music, Austria is a country of culture and striking beauty. Spectacular snow-capped mountains reflected in deep blue lakes become a skiing mecca in winter, and in summer attract hikers, cyclists and swimmers. Year-round, innovative cuisine sets it apart from its Swiss neighbours; and a sense of grandeur belies the Austrian cheeky demenour, as one visit to Salzburg's trick fountains sum up.