Secluded, down-to-earth places can also be found in Styria. In the green heart of Austria, great emphasis is put on regenerating body and mind. A landscape where you can leave all your cares behind! Its characteristic features are the vineyards in Southern Styria. Along with hot springs, this is the ideal region to unwind in peace and tranquility.
Upper Austria, where a hilly landscape meets the Prealps, is full of variety: lakes, riverscapes and mountain ranges - there’s plenty of beautiful corners to discover! Austria’s largest federal province by surface area, Lower Austria, has different regions each with its typical traits. The historical regions Weinviertel (“wine quarter”), Mostviertel (“cider quarter”) and the Danube region are dotted with fertile lands, vineyards and orchards. They are inviting spots for cycling and gentle walks. Have you already tried the famous Marillenknödel, sweet dumplings filled with apricots from the Wachau region?
Austria’s easternmost province, Burgenland, is famous for wine, cultural events known well beyond its borders, elegant castles and, of course, Lake Neusiedl. The lake is not deep but the favourable local winds make it a mecca for sailors, wind and kite surfers.
Which province will be your holiday destination?