Nazi leader moved in after the family made famous in The Sound of Music moved out.
Nothing can prepare you for the bone-rattling violence of a trip down an Olympics bobsleigh track.
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There was no gold, no silver, no major port. But a simple mineral turned this into one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
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This Austrian village is drop-dead gorgeous in more ways than one. Here's why.
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History, culture, kitsch and good food await in Salzburg.
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.