Dillinger's travel newspaper

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Dillinger's Reisezeitung was an early Austrian tourism magazine .

It appeared under several different titles in the period from 1890 to 1918. Andreas Dillinger was the publisher and owner . That in the 2 ° sheet appears three times a month from 1890 and twice or once a month from 1903 to 1913.


In 1890 the paper published in Vienna was entitled: "Dillinger's travel newspaper: Sheets for travel and tourism beings with special consideration of the Austrian and German alpine countries and the coastal areas". The supplement “The Travel Guide” was also published.

Its successor was "Dillinger's illustrated travel newspaper" with a publication period from 1891 to 1894; The place of publication was also Vienna. In 1893, Dillinger's illustrated travel newspaper also appeared as a supplement to the “Neue Inn-Zeitung”.

From 1895 to 1900 the title was "Dillinger's Reise- und foreign newspaper: independent organ for international travel and tourism". The places of publication were Vienna and Berlin.

It was continued under the title “Illustrirte Rundschau” and was published by Dillinger in Vienna and Berlin from 1901 to 1902 with the dependent supplement “Dillinger's Travel Guide”.

The successor to the Illustrirten Rundschau was “Dillinger's travel guide: illustrated magazine for international travel and tourism”, edited and published in Vienna by Dillinger from 1903 to 1913. The publication was initially twice a month and later monthly. This included the dependent supplement “Dillinger's Travel Guide”.


  • Helmut W. Lang (Ed.): Austrian Retrospective Bibliography (ORBI). Edited at the Austrian National Library. Series 2: Austrian Newspapers 1492–1945, Volume 2: Bibliography of Austrian Newspapers 1621–1945, AM, Verlag KG Saur, Munich 2003, ISBN 3-598-23384-1

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