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The park of the palace is another gem to visit. It was built around 1900 and, in essence, is still in its original shape. Anton Umlauf, the...
Adult €9
Child €6
Sen. €7
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Solar Spa Dorfgastein is a great experience for the whole family. It guarantees bathing fun and wellness free from weather conditions. Besides our welcoming...
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2 Saunas
1 Day €15.90
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min. 2713.3 ft
max. 4429.1 ft
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Ötzi Dorf, literally Ötzi village, was founded by the community of Umhausen and the Ötztaler tourist association for prehistoric buildings & local...
Adult €9.30
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The room „Balthasar Eggenberger“ is dedicated to the finance tycoon Balthasar Eggenberger, the richest citizen of Graz during the late middle ages. You...
Adult €10.50
Sen. €9
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Surrounded by spacious lawns and amidst a forest lies the beautiful Lake Ried. Its surface measures 2.5ha (6.2 acres) and it is 4m (4.4 yd) deep. In the middle of the lake, there is an island. One can either swim to it or just walk...
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The painting gallery has made it to worldwide fame due to its enormous Pieter Bruegel collection, one of the more famous ones being his “Tower of...
Adult €16
Sen. €12
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If you are looking for a well-kept bathing spot, far away from the masses, noise and hectic, this will be the perfect place for you. At the bathing place...
1 Day €2.80
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100 miles
8 days
min. 2142.4 ft
max. 8566.3 ft
Advanced
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5 miles
5 h
min. 5990.8 ft
max. 8202.1 ft
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A highlight one shouldn't miss is the hall of mirrors, which was most probably modelled on Palace Schönbrunn. The cultural historical collection has...
Adult €10.50
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On a sea level of over 800 m (874 yards) in the town of St. Ulrich one finds Pillersee (Lake Piller), which was naturally created, thanks to a valley fall, by the inflows of numerous streams from the Kitzbüheler Alps and the Loferer...
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Until today an army of 5000 men could be equipped with the conserved weapons. What makes the museum in Graz unique is its authenticity. The arsenal was...
Adult €10.50
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The fun park Filzmoos awaits its visitors with a huge offer on leisure activities for children, juveniles and adults alike. Inside, you'll find a heated indoor...
3 Pools
3 Saunas
1 Day €8
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11 miles
4.5 h
min. 4612.9 ft
max. 6958.7 ft
Moderate
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Austria's only museum for cartoons, caricature and satire can be found in Krems and attracts thousands of visitors to the Wachau region each year. The...
Adult €10
Sen. €9
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6 h
min. 3599.1 ft
max. 6784.8 ft
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The Summer Toboggan Run Mieders at Serlesbahnen in Stubai Valley, Tyrol is the world’s steepest alpine coaster, with a monorail type track at a length of...
Adult €10.80
Child €8.20
Sen. €9.20
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16 miles
2 h
min. 2972.4 ft
max. 4042 ft
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3 h
min. 2066.9 ft
max. 2959.3 ft
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7 h
min. 6561.7 ft
max. 6561.7 ft
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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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