1/9High up in the Alpine pastures
Austrian Alps | Experience the imposing panorama of the Alps during a holiday in a quaint mountain lodge high up on the alp. Hikes can begin there right outside the front door.
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These chalets have been furnished in a cosy way and form part of a holiday village in Carinthia, located directly on the piste.2/9A house on the ski piste
Austria | “Put on your ski equipment, open the front door, and off you go” is the motto for these ski lodges and apartments that lie in close proximity to the ski piste.
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Winter fun at a chalet for 10 people.3/9Off into the snow
Ski Amadé | The ski season 2014/2015 has started. Those who book their ski hut in advance can secure the best offers – for example in the Austrian Skiverbund Ski Amadé with more than 800 kilometres of piste.
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The “Friesenhof” farm lies near Sulzberg in the Bregenz Forest. It has a family-friendly holiday apartment which offers space for four people.5/9Holiday on a farm
Austria | This will be an unforgettable holiday: roll about in hay, observe animals, enjoy nature, and experience countless adventures. A holiday on a farm is especially ideal for families with children.
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From the slopes to the opera house
Austria | Austria has always been one of Europe’s most popular holiday countries. The mountainous world of the Alps in Tyrol, Carinthia, Vorarlberg, Steiermark and Salzburger Land offer ideal conditions for a great active holiday during the summer months. Whether hiking, cycling, climbing or extreme activities such as rafting and paragliding - the options are diverse. You can find brilliant conditions for a hiking holiday with stunning nature impressions for example in the National Park Hohe Tauern or in the idyllic Zillertal.
Alongside the alpine world also Austrian cities attract many holidaymakers. The renowned capital Vienna, the historic centre of classical music impresses with its sights, famous coffee houses as well as celebrated opera houses and theatres. Salzburg, the city of Mozart, is especially known for its Salzburg Festival and the delicious Mozart balls. In 2003 the city Graz was the European Capital of Culture followed by the Upper Austrian city Linz in 2009.