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Cities in Austria

On this page we present you the largest, most beautiful and most important cities in Austria.

Cities in Austria

Vienna

Vienna
Have you seen Vienna at night, have you experienced it?" sang Reinhard Fendrich in the 80s - an ode to Austria's capital. For older visitors, Vienna's nightlife takes place primarily in the Heurigen, the original Viennese wine taverns, while Vienna's chill-out scene, which is appreciated all over the world, attracts ...

Salzburg

Salzburg
The Salzach River divides Salzburg, the birthplace of the world-famous musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, into the Old Town on its left and the New Town on its right. While the pedestrian zones of the Old Town are dominated by architecture from the Middle Ages and Baroque eras, the New Town ...

Innsbruck

Innsbruck
Innsbruck is located in the west of Austria and is the capital of the state of Tyrol. Currently, more than 300,000 people have their primary residence in the Innsbruck metropolitan area. In addition, there are about 30,000 students of the Innsbruck University and other people with a secondary residence. This makes Innsbruck ...

Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt
Klagenfurt is the capital of the Austrian state of Carinthia. With over 100,000 inhabitants, it is the sixth largest city in Austria.

Wels

Wels
Wels is a city in the province of Upper Austria. With about 62,000 inhabitants, "Wös", as the city is called by its inhabitants, is the second largest city in Upper Austria and ranks eighth in the list of the largest cities in Austria.

Dornbirn

Dornbirn
With about 50,000 inhabitants, the city of Dornbirn is the most populous city in the westernmost Austrian province of Vorarlberg and ranks 10th in the list of the largest cities in the Alpine country.

Wiener Neustadt

Wiener Neustadt
Wiener Neustadt, with a population of about 46,000, is the second largest city in the province of Lower Austria and the eleventh largest city in Austria. Wiener Neustadt is located in the industrial quarter about 50 kilometers south of the federal capital Vienna and is thus in the southernmost part of the ...

Steyr

Steyr
With a population of just under 38,000, Steyr is the third-largest city in the state of Upper Austria after Linz and Wels. In the ranking of Austria's largest cities, Steyr is in twelfth place. The city is located in the foothills of the Alps on the border with Lower Austria and ...

Feldkirch

Feldkirch
Feldkirch is located in the very west of Austria and is the second largest city in the state of Vorarlberg. With around 35,000 inhabitants, Feldkirch ranks 13th among the largest cities in the Alpine Republic in terms of population. Since numerous important institutions such as the regional court or the Vorarlberg ...

Bregenz

Bregenz
Bregenz is home to around 30,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. In terms of population, Bregenz is only the third largest city in Vorarlberg after Dornbirn and Feldkirch, yet it is considered an important railroad hub and the region's most important sports and cultural center. ...

Klosterneuburg

Klosterneuburg
With a population of just over 27,500, Klosterneuburg is the third largest city in the Austrian state of Lower Austria. The city is located in the immediate vicinity of the Austrian capital Vienna between the Danube and the Vienna Woods and belongs to the district of Tulln. Among its inhabitants, Klosterneuburg ...

Baden bei Wien

Baden bei Wien
The Austrian city of Baden is usually referred to as "Baden bei Wien" due to its confusion with other cities. With just under 26,000 inhabitants, it is one of the largest cities in the province of Lower Austria. Locals often refer to Baden as the imperial city. The city can be ...