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Austria Custom Travel Planners

Working with an Austria custom travel planner will help you to get the most out of your valuable travel time. An Austria expert travel planner will be exceptionally well-traveled and extremely knowledgeable about the country and its history, culture, language, geography and weather. This list will give you a start on your planning process:

Austria Custom Travel Planner: Ellison Poe: Poe Travel
Conde Nast Travel Expert, Travel & Leisure A-List
Phone: 501-376-4171
Email: epoe@poetravel.com
Website: Poe Travel

Austria Custom Travel Planner: Gwen Kozlowski: Exeter International
Conde Nast Travel Expert, Travel & Leisure A-List, Wendy’s WOW List
Phone: 800-633-1008
Email: gwen@exeter@international.com
Website: exeterinternational.com

Read Gwen’s guide to Austria.

Gwen can also help you with travel to Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Austria Custom Travel Planner: Umfulana
Phone: 49 (0)2268 92298-0
Email: info@umfulana.com
Website: Umfulana


Austria Custom Travel Planner: Dorothea Rasser: SkiEurope/Alpine Adventures
Phone: 800-755-1330
Email: info@alpineadventures.net
Website: SkiEurope

Help us make our list better. Let us know if you have a favorite Austria Custom Travel Planner in the comment section below!

    Austria Top Ten Travel Ideas

    Ideas for working with your Austria Custom Tour Planner

    Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.

    1 – Hike in the timeless beauty of the Alps.

    2 – See an opera at Vienna’s famous Opera House.

    3 – Watch the cattle come home in a Tirolean village.

    4 – Visit Mozarts Geburtshaus in Saltzburg.

    5 – Tour the ”Mostviertel” for great castles and Austria’s famous Cider Region.

    6 – Ski on the Stubai Glacier.

    7 – Stand atop a mountain with views to forever.

    8 – Enjoy a classic winter in Saltzburg.

    9 – Watch the pageantry and dance the waltz at one of Vienna’s famous balls.

    10 – Visit the famed Swarovski Crystal World.

    General Information

    Vienna (VIE)

    Austria Tourism Website Information


    While this website offers general information about Austria, it has the unfortunate situation of having tour offerings embedded directly into the content. So, for instance, the information about small towns in Austria is presented in exactly the same format and layout as a tour package to wine countries. The only way that you know that it is not something sponsored by the tourism board of Austria is a single line at the bottom of the page that says “This tour is offered by”.   These are under the menu item of “Special offers”, however, the internal navigation from other pages does not specify that these are vendor offers. You have to carefully watch the top menu to see where you are actually going (it’s highlighted in red).    While these offerings may be valuable to the casual consumer, if you want a custom tour, there’s no clear way to find that information. We suggest using an Austria custom travel planner to help you come up with the perfect trip for you!

    From the website:

    Visitors have long been charmed by the sense of tradition, love of life and warm hospitality that defines Austria’s quaint towns, and this collection offers you just that.

    Hidden across Austria like precious gems, far from the city hustle, 14 towns form Austria’s Small Historic Towns. With an average of 14,000 residents, each town has been selected according to special criteria. There is Bad Ischl known as the Emperor’s town, Feldkirch which is a pretty, medieval settlement, and Gmunden famous for its ceramics – to name just a few.”

    Here is a website that discusses travel and tours around Austria from an insider’s perspective. There’s a lot of useful, well-organized information here. It’s presented with the aim of supplementing and, perhaps, clarifying the usual “official” tourism website (see commentary below).

    Tour my Country


    Custom Travel Planners Network