Nine Federal Provinces - Countless Amazing Experiences
Austria is a country of incredibly diverse landscapes. Do you love wide open, steppic plains? They are characteristic for the lowlands in Burgenland, Austria’s easternmost province. Or does your heart skip a beat at the sight of rugged mountains? The Alps are the most striking feature in the western part of Austria, especially in Tyrol, Salzburg and Vorarlberg. Are you a fan of vast forests, rolling hills, wetlands and scenic lakes? Then, you should explore the regions in Austria’s centre. Have you fallen in love with the Mediterranean landscapes? You can even find that in Austria’s sunny south. In every beautiful corner of the country, warm-hearted and hospitable hosts are looking forward to welcoming you on the most delightful farms. Find your personal holiday paradise in Austria!
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Small but mighty
Vorarlberg boasts an impressive diversity of experiences within easy reach. After all, it’s Austria’s smallest province. A cruise on Lake Constance, a hiking tour in a jaw-dropping mountain range or an on-piste adventure in winter: plenty of outdoor activities for all ages are waiting for you. Find out more about Vorarlberg ...
staying in the heart of the alps
Climbing a 3,000m peak. In Tyrol, there’s not only one. The province is home to Austria’s highest and most iconic summits and glaciers. It doesn’t come as a surprise that it’s the ultimate alpine skiing destination in winter. The locals welcome you with open arms and a smiling face. The heart of the Alps - an oasis of well-being. Find out more about Tyrol ...
immersed in mountains. Walking around lakes.
A sea of warm lakes and a mountainous landscape with rolling hills and rugged 3,000m peaks - that’s characteristic for Carinthia, the province in Austria’s sunny south. Explore a land of cultural diversity nestled between the Alps and the Adriatic region. Bask in the mild climate that prevails on the southern side of the Alps. In winter, you can enjoy skiing down spacious pistes. The freshly fallen snow crunches as you step on it in your snowshoes. Nature in all its glory. With Carinthia’s awe-inspiring scenery as a backdrop, it’s easy to do something good for yourself at any time of the year. Arrive, let go, discover and enjoy. Find what you’ve been searching for such a long time: yourself.
Holidays in the green heart of austria
In Styria, there’s no need to travel long distances if you want to experience the blissful sights of lofty mountains, the majestic Dachstein glacier and picturesque, green alpine pastures in the Murtal valley. Healthy thermal springs in the east or crisp white wines to be tasted on the South Styrian Wine Road. These charming contrasts aside, Styria is also known as Austria’s finest deli. Horseradish, runner beans (known here as “beetle beans”), grapes and pumpkins are the culinary ambassadors. They are served up in the restaurants and wine taverns as delightfully creative dishes. Jams, chutneys, oils and pesto are just as popular.
the land of wine and magnificent natural landscapes
Situated in the very east of Austria, Burgenland awaits you with pristine landscapes and traditional, locally grown products. Viticulture is characteristic for this province. Undulating hills, yellow grain fields and extensive vineyards - historical villages are scattered about Burgenland’s beautiful countryside. It’s the perfect opportunity to stay at a “Kellerstöckl”, a traditional building that was once used for pressing and storing the wine. Spend the night surrounded by vineyards only. Sports enthusiasts can take their bikes out and flock to one of the many cycle trails that lead to Hungary.
Lake Neusiedl is the perfect spot for a refreshing dip. Or would you like to sample the celebrated Uhudler in one of the cosy wine taverns? With it, you can relish a savoury snack platter with bacon and other culinary treats. Enjoy your meal!
exploring hidden gems
Let the lovely landscape of the Wachau region enchant you. Here, the Danube is even more beautiful than anywhere else. Explore the region on your bicycle. Do you prefer flying high in the mountains? Hike to the summits and along rugged ravines in the Vienna Alps. In winter, there are great places to ski in Lower Austria. In the historical regions Weinviertel (“wine quarter”) and Mostviertel (“cider quarter”), the farmer will gladly serve you some home-made fruit spirit made from Cornelian cherries. Just sit down and relax! Time flies by ...
A LAND OF DIVERSE LANDSCAPES
You’re about to discover a land of plenty! Upper Austria has it all: mountains and lakes in the Salzkammergut region, the pristine Kalkalpen National Park, rolling hills, enchanted forests and medieval castles in the Mühlviertel region. Plus historic sights, rugged mountains and relaxing spas. The province’s largest city is also a major capital of culture: Linz. Upper Austria is famous for a great diversity of landscapes, cultures and traditions. Here, you can have a peaceful & relaxing break or a fun-filled & exciting holiday - it all depends on what you’re looking for. And on our family farms, you can indulge in culinary delights.
mountain pastures, scenic lakes and mozart
Crystal-clear lakes nestled in the mountains, a romantic sunset and the chirping of crickets - that’s how your holiday could look like. Or do you prefer hiking through the high mountains in the Hohe Tauern National Park? You can have a rest at one of the cosy mountain cabins that are scattered across the alpine pastures. Swimming and hiking, everything’s within a stone’s throw. On a trip to Salzburg, the city of Mozart, you can immerse yourself in the baroque city, relish cultural highlights and indulge in traditional culinary treats.