Austria Hotel Collection Webinars
With the Austria Hotel Collection, the Austrian Tourist Office aims to make the process of finding and booking the right hotel for you and your clients easy and convenient. Watch our webinar series, consisting of 6 webinars, and meet the Owners and Sales & Marketing representatives of these 18 first-class hotels in Austria.
The first session showcases four unique hotels best for discovering Vienna.
The second session promotes three Viennese hotels that will wow art lovers.
The third session presents three exceptional hotels from Vienna via Salzburg to Innsbruck.
The fourth session highlights three fantastic hotels for Alpine adventures.
The fifth session reveals two top class spa hotels for blending mountain adventures with R&R.
OTT Austrian Cities Course
The UK travel industry is always searching for new and innovative product highlights, and the Austrian tourism landscape offers the trade great potential to help achieve this. Together with OTT, we offer an Austrian Cities online training course!
Travel with us to Austria and discover the exciting cities of Graz, Innsbruck and Salzburg! Learn about the highlights as well as the hidden gems. Find out more about authentic travel experiences which we think will excite the travellers of today – your customers. Get ready for our side of the story and take away a new vision of a country you thought you knew. Once completed, you will know everything you need to know to sell Austrian city breaks!
Become an expert here!
More Webinars & Destination Videos
You can find more educational videos about our beautiful destination on our US-American website. They have put together a collection of webinars that offer inspiring overviews and deeper insights as well as short and insightful videos about top destinations in Austria.Learn more here
Browse over 15,000 images in our on-line image library featuring all aspects of Austria including cities, culture, architecture, countryside, people, sports, cuisine and hotels. Simply register, download your image and quote the Austrian National Tourist Office as source.