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The Stubenbergsee was opened in 1971 measuring a water surface of 40ha (100 acres), making it the largest swimming lake in Austria. The lake itself is not very deep....
1 Day €5
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Mainly, the sculptures are artworks by Austrian artists as Fritz Wotruba, Franz West, and Erwin Wurm. But one will also discover sculptures by internationally known sculptors, such...
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A major fire broke out in the Motorcycle Museum in January 2021. The museum was completely burned out. Reconstruction is now underway. In the course of...
Adult €10
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9 miles
4 h
min. 5390.4 ft
max. 6804.5 ft
Moderate
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254 miles
8 days
min. 3.3 ft
max. 2437.7 ft
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7 miles
5 h
min. 6040 ft
max. 10488.8 ft
Moderate
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In the area of Tristach, the Tristacher See lies 821 m (897 yards) above sea level, the only natural lake on the foothills of the Lienzer Dolomiten. In 1985, the lake was bought by the municipality of Lienz, the public bathing...
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4 miles
5 h
min. 5662.7 ft
max. 8300.5 ft
Advanced
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The water park Wagrain was built in 1997 and is subdivided into an indoor and outdoor area. With a total water surface of 1000 m² (1196 square yards) the indoor...
5 Pools
3 Saunas
1 Day €12.50
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The scientific collection of the museum Joanneum in Graz includes botany, geology, paleontology and mineralogy. The range of specimens on display form...
Adult €10.50
Sen. €9
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6 miles
6.5 h
min. 3589.2 ft
max. 5649.6 ft
Easy
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55 miles
3 h
min. 1542 ft
max. 2631.2 ft
Moderate
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7 miles
7.5 h
min. 4035.4 ft
max. 6935.7 ft
Moderate
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Newly opened in 2016, Quellalpin in Kaunertal offers a swimming pool and a unique sauna area with an unobstructed view of the village of Feichten and the...
2 Pools
3 Saunas
1 Day €11
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4 miles
5 h
min. 4685 ft
max. 7654.2 ft
Advanced
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In the heart of the Emperor's town of Bad Ischl in Upper Austria, visitors can enjoy the warm soothing waters of the Salzkammergut Therme, which is open until...
6 Pools
7 Saunas
1 Day €23
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Already one single visit to the thermal spa and a stay in the water, originating from the Barbara spring, may have a positive affect on you and your health!...
3 Pools
5 Saunas
1 Day €26.50
3 h €20.50
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9 miles
7 h
min. 3809.1 ft
max. 6669.9 ft
Moderate
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The historical Christkindlmarkt on the Dom- und Residenzplatz square in the beautiful baroque city of Salzburg attracts up to one million visitors each year. All alleys and squares...
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6 miles
6.5 h
min. 3727 ft
max. 5744.8 ft
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32 miles
5.5 h
min. 1870.1 ft
max. 4514.4 ft
Advanced
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5fingers observation platform on Krippenstein mountain is not for the faint-hearted. The spectacular viewing point near Dachstein mountain pokes into the...
Adult €34
Child €18.70
Sen. €31.60
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According to the guests, there are plenty of possibilities to have fun at the Mattsee: a water slide, water play equipment to climb, a baby pool for the tiny, a raft...
1 Day €5
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Lake "Steirischer Bodensee" is situated at the foot of Hochwildstelle (a 2747m high mountain in the heart of Styria) at 1150m a.s.l. In 2012 Lake...
Adult €3.30
Child €1.50
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Dream destination for active holiday makers

The Alpine Republic Austria is a truly manifold holiday destination. Besides cosmopolitan cities like Vienna, Salzburg, Graz or Innsbruck, which have a rich cultural life, the picturesque landscapes and idyllic mountain pastures of the Alps guarantee ample opportunity to enjoy the nature.

 

Austria is a dream destination for active holiday makers. The beautiful scenery is ideal for extensive walks and cycle tours, while numerous lakes invite for a swim. Amusement parks, toboggan runs and rope climbing gardens promise additional action for young and old. The Alpine region also has much to offer for culture enthusiasts: The country is marked by historical buildings, diverse museums, galleries, theaters and music stages.

 

Located in the heart of Europe, Austria borders on Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Nine federal states form this multifaceted country. Upper and Lower Austria north-east, as well as the Burgenland south-east are the flatter regions. Styria, Carinthia, Salzburg, Tyrol and Vorarlberg are dominated by the Alps. Over 950 three-thousand-meter mountains can be counted in Austria – and above all of them emerges the 3.798 meter high Großglockner.

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