Green meadows, picture perfect mountains, idyllic natural preserves, and of course the hospitality of the residents – Austria offers a wide palette of activities for hikers, active travellers, those seeking relaxation, and all would enjoy such diverse holiday activities!
Burgenland: All the way to the East of the country, on the boarder of Hungary and Slovakia is the Burgenland, Austria's least-populated state. Majestic castles, fairy-tale palaces, ideal climate, beautiful moors, and the Neusiedler See lake are just a few reasons to visit the Burgenland. Whether by bike, on foot, or on a horse, the landscape will surely leave you in awe!
Carinthia: Austria's southern-most state attracts visitors with its mild temperatures into October and its excellent hospitality. Crystal-clear bathing lakes with drinking-water quality, grand alpine landscapes, rustic huts, and nine different golf courses invite you for a holiday full of diversity and enjoyment.
Upper Austria: The fourth-largest state in Austria presents itself as highly multi-faceted. Surrounded by magestic mountains of the Dachstein Massif, there are several lakes and rivers, splendid hiking and biking trails, and cultural highlights inward in the region. In the Salzkammergut around the Wolfgangsee lake, you'll find what may be the most beautiful swimming destination in all of Austria - perfect for a harmonious family vacation!
Salzburger Land: The Hohen Tauern National Park dominates the south and encompasses beloved holiday regions such as the European Sports Region of Saalbach-Hinterglemm or the Salzburger Sports World Region. Here, one is able to find everything the heart desires: great cycling and hiking trails, swimming in places such as Lake Zeller, and fantastic summer festivals.
Styria: Austria's largest state fascinates with its opposing landscape characteristics: imposing mountain massifs, jagged cliffs, and deep ravines juxtapose lush meadows, blue mountain lakes with crystal-clear water, and sunny plateaus with bracing climates. Those looking to spend an active and sporty holiday will find no limits in Styria!
Tyrol: The "Heart of the Alps" is especially know for the famous cities of St. Anton, Kitzbühel and Mayrhofen. Tyrol also includes the Ziller Valley, Arlberg, Kitzbüheler Alps and Lake Achen regions, which boast diverse scenery, including crystal-clear lakes, green meadows, and the typical Tyrolean hospitality.