Map of Austria

Download the map of Austria in PDF format or view the interactive map with in-depth information on the main tourist sites on our website.
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Maps and guides of Austria

The interactive map of Austria on this page presents all the main tourist attractions and points of interest in the country, region by region. You can therefore view art cities, ski resorts, alpine villages, lakes and other tourist locations, as well as the country’s main airports.

You can zoom in or move with the mouse to search for the ideal location for your dream holiday! Mark the link to this page, so you will always have this useful online map at your fingertips.

Buy a map of Austria on Amazon

If you are about to discover Austria by car and want to have a detailed map at hand at all times, or if you simply want to really switch off and disconnect from technology, there is nothing better than the good old road maps. On Amazon you will find all important road maps of Austria at often discounted prices.

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Carta Stradale dell'Austria - Comfort Map 1: 500 000
9,90 €7,42 €
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Kompass Karten GmbH
Carta stradale n. 308. Austria-Österreich 1:300.000. Ediz. bilingue: mit Ortsverzeichnis
7,99 €7,59 €
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Austria 1:300.000: Wegenkaart 1:300 000
7,98 €
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National Geographic Maps
National Geographic Adventure Map Austria: Travel Maps International Adventure Map
15,74 €
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Austria, Svizzera, Slovenia 1:800.000. Carta stradale e turistica
8,50 €8,07 €
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Austria set 1:25.000: Ö SET
19,90 €
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Map of Austria in PDF

A useful tool for planning a holiday in Austria is the dear old map below. Click on the preview to download the digital PDF version, ready to print out.

Where to find Austria

Austria is a landlocked country bordering Italy and Slovenia to the south and Hungary to the east, with which it formed the Austro-Hungarian Empire a couple of centuries ago.

To the north-east it borders the Czech Republic and Slovakia, so that Vienna and Bratislava are two of the closest capitals in the world, less than 60 km apart. Finally, the northern border is exclusive to Germany, while to the west, the Tyrol region borders Switzerland and the small principality of Liechtenstein.