Resorts and cities in Austria

Resorts and cities in Austria where you can find offers in our portal.

Cities in Vienna Region region

Vienna

Vienna

Vienna, Austria and the province of the federal capital, is located in north-east on the banks of the Danube and is surrounded by natural beauty of the Wachau region and the Vienna Woods (Wiener Wald). Vienna, called the cultural capital of Europe, is a metropolis with a charm, which enjoys a special infrastructure, while being a very clean and safe city.


Baden

Baden

Baden near Vienna, spa and health resort, lies some 26 km to the south of Vienna on the entrance of the Helenen-Valley.


Vienna Airport

Vienna Airport

Vienna International Airport, located in Schwechat, 18 km southeast of central Vienna, is the largest and busiest airport in Austria.


Cities in Zell am See region

Zell Am See

Zell Am See

Zell am See is the tourist centre and district capital of Pinzgau. Surrounded by mighty 3,000 m peaks and gentle hills, the village is located idyllically between the Zell Lake and the Schmittenhöhe mountain. The 6 km long tunnel keeps through-traffic out of the city, allowing you to shop in the pedestrian zone undisturbed. Due to its first-class ski area and great selection of leisure time activities, Zell am See has what it takes for a great Austrian holiday.


Kaprun

Kaprun

Kaprun (786 m) is located at the foot of the Kitzsteinhorn, approx. 7 km from Zell am See. The area first became well known through the establishment of the first glacial ski area in Austria. The pretty houses lie in the shadow of the Kaprun Castle, which is considered to be the town's landmark. The touristic opportunities are large. Besides various descents for skiers and snowboarders, cleared winter hiking trails, cross-country trails and a unique landscape are waiting to be discovered. Fun and action can be found in the indoor pool, at the bowling alley or whilst paragliding. Those seeking rest can also relax in the sauna.


Bruck am Großglockner

Bruck am Großglockner

Bruck is situated on Großglockner Str. between Zell Lake and the Großglockner Massif, on the edge of the Hohe Tauern National Park in the southern part of Salzburger Land. The ideal winter sports resort is distinguished by its proximity to the Zell am See/Kaprun ski area and its two ski centres. Bruck became well-known due to the Großglockner high alpine road, which starts here with kilometre "0". The cosy resort offers visitors various restaurants and lodges, as well as a diverse selection of leisure time activities. The scenery is forever dominated by snowy peaks of the Kitzsteinhorn (3,203 m) and the Großglockner (3,798 m).


Fusch am Großglockner

Fusch am Großglockner

Located in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park in Salzburger Land, Fusch am Großglockner is a modern resort that has still retained its original charm. An important alpine pass, Fusch is the starting point for the world-famous Großglockner high alpine road. Additionally, Fusch is one of the most famous spa resorts in Salzburger Land. With the famous Fürstenquellen springs, Fusch provides for your relaxation. Those looking for fun on the piste and action will definitely get their money's worth due to the connection to several ski areas. Especially recommended is the glacier ski area on the Kitzsteinhorn, which is reachable over nearby Kaprun.


Saalbach Hinterglemm

Saalbach Hinterglemm

The well-known resort of Saalbach, in the middle of a breathtaking mountain setting, lies at 1,003 m. The Glemm Valley used to be a poor farmers' valley, but today it entices with lively villages and a winter sports paradise. The bypass tunnel means the centre is virtually traffic-free, so that it's possible to take an easy stroll through the pedestrian zone.The route to the lifts and pistes is short, and the sporting, apres ski and culture opportunities leave nothing to be desired. There is almost every activity here, that you may wish to partake in! Besides some relaxed shopping in the pedestrian zone you can also try tobogganing, snow rafting and snow tubing or a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride.


Neukirchen am Großvenediger

Neukirchen am Großvenediger

In the foreground of the enchanting scenery of the Hohen Tauern, at the foot of the Wildkogel (2, 225 m) is Neukirchen, the fourth-largest resort in Pinzgau at 856 m. Covered by the national park Hohe Tauern, Neukirchen does not only offer a breathtaking landscape with the best alpine air, but also many leisure activities. Next to the wide range of trails the diverse and family friendly ski area at the Wildkogel seduces cross-country skiers. A yearly highlight is the international "Wildkogel Longtrail" in January, at which approx. 60 dog sleighs at the highest positioned dog sleigh race in Austria get at the start. Out skirts of the alpine winter sports, there are other activities that can seduce you, e.g. winter hiking, tobogganing and ice skating. Romantic horse- drawn sleigh rides are also a good way to enjoy the beautiful snow-covered winter landscape. In Neukirchen you can enjoy a wonderful winter holiday!


Krimml

Krimml

General informationKrimml lies, with its 980 inhabitants, at an altitude of 1076 m, and is situated in the mountains close to a skiing area. Idyll and cosiness harmonise with the countryside, customs and culture. You'll find it easy here to unify your body and soul. The roaring and raging of the impressive Krimml waterfalls - the highest in Europe - is both moving and exciting.


Niedernsill

Niedernsill

Niedernsill is a village in the Pinzgau area of Salzburg. Niedernsill has its own small skiing area and a total population of approximately 2,500. For tourism purposes, it collaborates with nearby Piesendorf, with whom it operates the skiing areas and maintains some tourism marketing measures (such as a website and other promotional ventures).


Fusch An Der Glocknerstrasse

Fusch An Der Glocknerstrasse

General informationThe nature reserve Fusch an der Gloßglocknerstrasse lies 805 m above sea level and has 800 inhabitants. The gateway to the Großglockner is known as the 'Großglockner Hochalpenstraße', built between 1930 and 1935. Every year, more than a million visitors make the 'Glocknerstrasse' an excursion destination of extradordinary status. Fusch is rich in plants and animals, particularly in the 'Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe' area, where marmots can be seen. Varied points of interest, information plaques and educational walks accompany the visitor to the mountain peaks. Really cosy, beautiful breakfast pensions, rustic guesthouses, or holidaying on a farm, invite the holidaymaker to linger in this traditional holiday and health resort.


Maria Alm Am Steinernen Meer

Maria Alm Am Steinernen Meer

Maria Alm, especially known for winter tourism, is a member of Ski Amade, a network of 28 ski areas and towns that together make up the largest ski area in Europe. Besides skiing, Maria Alm provides facilities for cross-country skiing, golf, mountainbiking, climbing, hiking and a toboggan run. Situated at the bottom of the alps, about 400 meters from the center of town, is the Sommerstein Pool with a 40 meter water slide, a current canal, and various swimming and play areas for kids. The grounds around the pool are grassy and open making it a great space for sunbathing. The pool also offers an indoor/outdoor snack bar and lockers with changing rooms.


Leogang

Leogang

At 800 m, Leogang is situated in an attractive side branch of the Glemm Valley. It is perfectly connected to the sensational ski area over the Great Asitz (1,914 m). The idyllic resort is great for relaxation-seeking holiday makers. With the ski bus you can easily reach the valley station and the Asitz gondola.The more famous sights include the chapel of Saint Anna, which has belonged to Gasthaus Hüttwirt since 1904. Leogang's history is also presented in the mining and Gothic museum, which is located in lodges approx. 4 km away, unforgotten and preserving insight into the life and hard work of the miners at the high point of mining in Leogang.


Mittersill

Mittersill

Mittersill is a city in the federal state of Salzburg, Austria, in the Pinzgau region of the Alps. It is located on the River Salzach. It had a population of 5464 in 2005.


Uttendorf Im Pinzgau

Uttendorf Im Pinzgau

General informationUttendorf im Pinzgau, at an altitude of 804 m, has 2800 inhabitants and is situated in the mountains, by a river and close to a skiing area. The rural, friendly holiday resort of Uttendorf/Weißsee lies where the Stubachtal valley rises to meet the the white glacial mountains. Especially valued is its central and easy-to-reach location (between Kitzbühel and Zell am See), in the holiday region of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park. This area has retained its original character, with its leisurely village life in the middle of a rural area, against the natural backdrop of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park. Here, you can experience PURE NATURE - enjoy the scent of hay, the humming of the bees and the dew on morning mountain meadows.


Maria Alm

Maria Alm

The popular resort Maria Alm is surrounded idyllically by the "Stone Sea" and the impressive mountain massif of the Hochkönig, and therefore offers a magnificent mountain panorama! Together with Hinterthal, Dienten and Mühlbach, Maria Alm builds a huge interconnected ski area with sunny but still snow sure slopes. The picture of the old centre of Maria Alm is now characterised by the landmark of the village's pilgrim church. The ski area offers a large selection of activities for children and is especially for families the perfect holiday destination. Due to the diverse offers of pistes with easy to intermediate runs even experts will get their money's worth. Furthermore, in and around Maria Alm there are plenty of cross-country trails for all abilities, which invite you to take part in extensive tours through the magnificent landscape.


Piesendorf Bei Kaprun

Piesendorf Bei Kaprun

General information800 m above sea level 3300 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, by a skiing area Enjoy the advantages of this place in the countryside and at the same time, the benefits of the Eropa-sportregion Kaprun-Zell am See.


Wald Im Pinzgau

Wald Im Pinzgau

General informationWald im Pinzgau, lying between 885 and 1600 m above sea level, and with 1212 inhabitants, is situated in the mountains close to a skiing area. Spend a dream holiday here in one of the most beautiful holiday regions of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park! Both Wald im Oberpinzgau and the alpine pasture village of Königsleiten lie in this national park, nestled between the mountain massifs of the 'Hohe Tauern' and the 'Pinzgauer Grasbergen'. Linger here amongst the unspoilt nature - in summer as well as in winter.


Maishofen

Maishofen

Maishofen (757 m) is especially distinguished by its attractive surroundings. Surrounded by majestic 3,000 m mountains, as well as the Pinzgau Gras Mountains, Maishofen is situated directly next to Zell am See. The free ski bus takes you quickly and comfortably to Zell am See, Kaprun or the Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski region. Neighbouring Zell am See is Pinzgau's touristic centre and is located idyllically on a peninsula between Lake Zell and the Schmittenhöhe. The 6 km long Schmitten Tunnel keeps through traffic out of the city, so that you can stroll and shop undisturbed in the generous pedestrian zone, lined with lovely old buildings. Together with the great ski areas and the first-rate selection of leisure activities, the holiday region Zell am See-Kaprun offers the best conditions for a perfect Austrian holiday!


Unken

Unken

Unken lies at an altitude of approx. 986 and is also known as the "gateway to Pinzgau". The idyllic village is especially interesting for those who like some peace and quiet during their holidays. The Heutal, in which Unken is located, is a snow-sure area and an ideal destination for skiers, cross-country skiers and sun seekers. The cosy ski area offers easy to intermediate pistes and therefore is well-suited for families. History fans will find lots to explore here, e.g. with the fort Kniepass, which was built in the 13th century and gives insights into the tales of Unken and the Salzburger Land. Many activities, such as cross-country skiing, winter hiking or adventurous snow-kiting are sure to kill boredom. Or maybe you just want to relax on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the impressive winter landscape. Afterwards you can try some of the great regional specialities in one of the cosy huts. No matter what you choose to do, a diverse winter holiday is guaranteed in Unken.


Dienten

Dienten

Dienten am Hochkönig se află în districtul Pinzgau din statul Salzburg. Emblema localităţii este biserica sfântului Nicolae ce datează din 1506 iar masivele muntoase din împerjurimi pajiştile şi pădurile fac din acest loc alegerea potrivită pentru un sejur liniştit.


Cities in Tyrol region

Kappl

Kappl

Kappl ski resort is one of the most beautiful ski resorts in the Silvretta region. Kappl resort is situated on the sunny side of Paznaun valley 1258 meters.


Soelden

Soelden

Located 90 km from Innsbruck, about 69 km from Imst and 60 km from Otz, the resort is at 1342 m altitude and is known for its high mountains, beautiful valley, forest and local traditions. The area is one of the largest ski regions in Austria. In this region we find the longest trail in the world with a length of 14 km, BIG3 Gaislachkogl platform at an altitude of 3058 meters.


Langenfeld

Langenfeld

ArrivalBy car: Via Innsbruck - Inntal-motorway A 12 - exit Ötztal - Längenfeld (about 100 km) Via Bregenz - motorway A 14 - Bludenz - Landeck - motorway A 12 - exit Ötztal - Längenfeld (about 190 km) By train: To Innsbruck main station. By train to Ötztal station and with local bus to Längenfeld or by bus directly from Innsbruck to Längenfeld. By airplane: Innsbruck airport: 100 km - international connecting flights Salzburg airport: 350 km - international connecting flights Munich International airport: 350 km


Breitenbach

Breitenbach

Only a few kilometres from the German-Austrian border is Breitenbach, nestled between the Inn Valley's soft hilly landscape, the steeply rising mountain peaks in Alpbachtal and the impressive panorama of the Kitzbühel Alps. Customs and tradition are looked after here, which earnt the village the "Europagemeinde" (Europe community) accolade. Restaurants and "Stuben" parlours spoil with Tyrolean delicacies. The winter hiking paths around Breitenbach invite you to explore the wonderful snowy landscape. Two cross-country tracks are available - one of which even has a seal of approval, and the ski areas Alpbachtal, Reith and Kramsach are quite close by.


Vent

Vent

You don't have to be partying endlessly to consider your winter holiday a success? Are you looking for relaxation and a lovely, unique mountain panorama? Then you will surely find Vent to be exactly what you are looking for. A warm welcoming, great hospitality and a special location await you here. Surrounded by the impressive mountains of the Ötztal Alps the Waldspitze, Similaun and other peaks attract many mountaineers, snowshoe hikers and especially families every year. Let yourself be pampered and relax from everyday life in cosy guest houses or during a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride.


St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton, situated between Verwall Alps and the Lechtaler Alps at the foot of the Alberg Pass, offers everything the perfect ski holiday needs: a colourful mix of accommodations, from cosy bed & breakfasts and guest houses to hotels of various categories. St. Anton is also impressive not only for its approx. 306 km of piste of all levels of difficulty, but also for its fantastic pedestrian area, which is great for strolling and wandering about. The diverse leisure activities offered away from the ski slopes is also persuasive: one example of many is the large spa centre. The après ski scene in St. Anton is legendary. The selection of party locations is huge, either directly on the mountain or in the resort: even in the early afternoon you can hear the music pumping in the countless bars, where you can clink glasses and get swaying and dancing.


Fliess Im Oberinntal

Fliess Im Oberinntal

General informationFließ im Oberinntal has 3035 inhabitants and is situated by a lake at an altitude of 1073 m. It lies on a sunny plateau on the Austrian-Swiss-Italian border, in the middle of the alps. Sunny slopes, clear blue skies, magnificent kaleidoscopes of colours in clear brooks, fresh air - that's Fliess in summer.


Flirsch Am Arlberg

Flirsch Am Arlberg

At an altitude of 1,154 km in the Stanzer Valley lies Flirsch, only around 12 km from the internationally known ski paradise, St. Anton. In this picturesque resort, it is slightly calmer than its raucous neighbour. This resort is ideal for those who prefer a more relaxed holiday away from the hustle and bustle. St. Anton is 12 k m away and and can be easily reached via the free ski buses. Alongside the many leisure activities available in St. Anton, Flirsch also has plenty to offer with leisure and evening programme e.g. an illuminated natural toboggan run.


Biberwier Lermoos

Biberwier Lermoos

General informationBiberwier with its 610 inhabitants lies 989 m above sea level. The small valley within the Zugspitzarena has a lot to offer the active visitor, in summer as well as in winter.


Alpbach

Alpbach

The cosy main resort of Alpbach (975 m), was declared the "loveliest village in Austria" in the 1980s and was voted "best small skiing village in Europe" in 2004. The village lies in the inner Alpbachtal on a sunny plateau with a heavenly view and direct access to the ski area at the Wiedersberger Horn. As Inneralpbach forms the head of the valley, peace and tranquillity reigns here, without disturbing traffic. Alpbach entices its guests with its historic ambience and a whole lot of recreational activities, such as tobogganing or winter hiking. The splendid guest houses promise a hearty atmosphere before you even set foot inside them.


Walchsee

Walchsee

Walchsee is located right on the shore of the lake at an altitude of 658 m. The sunny resort is situated in the centre of a picturesque landscape at the foot of the Zahmen Kaiser. Winter hikers and cross-country skiers can take off from the Walchsee on vast tours, curling fans and ice skaters will thoroughly enjoy the lakes that have frozen over and adventurers will get their money's worth with an extensive snowshoe hike! Not only children's pulses will be racing at a tobogganing party at the local tobogganing run. Skiers can get to the Zahmer Kaiser lifts in a matter of minutes, and the lower mountain pastures can be reached by ski bus.


Oberau

Oberau

Oberau is situated at 936 m on the edge of the Kitzbühel Alps, in the centre of the sunny Wildschönau upper valley. The pretty and typical Tyrolean village is a main resort in the upper valley and impresses guests in particular with its 250 year old Baroque parish church. It offers many cosy and rustic guest houses, where guests can let themselves be spoilt. Oberau exudes an especially lovely charm, making it a favourite. There are five drag lifts at Roggenboden in resort and a very good ski bus connection ensures a comfortable start into the "Wildschönau" ski area. Let yourself be spoilt by hospitality and peace! If it's too still, guests can also have fun on the toboggan run at Roggenboden or in the "Stadl-Ápres Ski Bar".


Niederau

Niederau

Niederau is situated at 824 m at the valley entrance to Wildschönau, only about 7 km from Wörgl, the nearest city. The typical Tyrolean alpine village, located on the edge of the Kitzbühel Alps and the foot of the Markbachjoch (1,500 m), sets standards for cosy winter sports. The parish church, with its distinctive, pointed church tower distinguishes the townscape, which has enjoyed the skiing tradition since 1947. The resort wins guests over with fair prices and a rustic, romantic charm. A family-friendly selection of activities, as well as varied cuisine, ensure an enjoyable holiday! Several lifts run from the centre into the ski area, and you can easily reach the other pistes in Wildschönau with the free ski bus.


Soll Am Wilden Kaiser

Soll Am Wilden Kaiser

With its picturesque surroundings and inviting atmosphere, Söll (703 m) lies between the Wilder Kaiser mountains (2,344 m), and the Hohe Salve (1,829 m). A cosy, casual atmosphere dominates the scene during the day, and there are also things to experience here by night. Above all, Söll is known for its great après ski, and its discos and bars ensure a colourful nightlife. Whether you like bowling, squash, ice skating, tobogganing both day or night, guided snow-shoe tours or an excursion to a panoramic bath, Söll's sport and leisure offerings are sure to offer unlimited fun!


Maurach Am Achensee

Maurach Am Achensee

The small, yet fine resort of Maurach is located at 980 m on the southern shore of Achensee. Snow enjoyment and relaxation are top priorities here. The village's rustic Tyrolean charm is very inviting and many restaurants offer culinary delight. Particularly nice is its close proximity to the ski area. Guests can comfortably reach the Maurach ski area with the Rofan lift. A "flight" with the new sky glider "Airrofan" ensures an adrenaline rush; soar like an eagle over the Gschöllkopf, down 200 m at 85 km/h! Off-piste, guests can relax with sport activities such as tobogganing, or go on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride along the lake. The Notburga art museum is also definitely worth a day trip.


Hopfgarten Im Defereggental

Hopfgarten Im Defereggental

How to get therecan be comfortably reached by car and is well connected to public transport. by Car: by Train: by Aeroplane: The nearest airports are in and . Distances:


Itter

Itter

Away from mass tourism you will enjoy the hospitality in Itter, whose townscape is mainly shaped by the old castle. The friendly Tyroelan village with its approx. 1,100 inhabitants, is situated at the foot of the Hohe Salve on a sunny plateau in a wonderful landscape. Here you can enjoy the beauty of the mountainous landscape away from the hustle and bustle. The Salvista gondola offers winter sports fans direct access to fun on the slopes, and practice lifts are located near the resort. The idyllic location offers numerous cleared hiking paths and cross-country ski trails, as well as a lit up natural toboggan run and refined cuisine, making this resort an ideal spot for a relaxing winter holiday. The ideal location of Itter within the Brixental offers its visitors perfect conditions for a successful winter holiday. The ski area comprises approx. 284 km of prepared pistes – a great selection for both beginners and more experienced riders. The 90 lift systems ensure that both skiers and snowboarders can easily access the desired terrain without detours. After the skiing day has ended you can enjoy some sociable apres ski. In the "Salvista-Stadl" dancing, laughing and having fun is possible way into the early morning hours. A visit to the nearby ski resorts Söll and Hopfgarten are worth the trip. For getting to the resort you can either travel by car, catch a train or even fly to a nearby airport. The train station Hopfgarten is only approx. 6 km away, and the nearest airport, with approx. 75 km distance, is Innsbruck.


Ischgl

Ischgl

The wonderful mountain village Ischgl is located at approx. 1,377 m altitude in midst of the Paznaun Valley in Tyrol, right between the Silvretta and Verwall massifs, and is not only popular with winter sports fans because of it's legendary après ski. Visitors from all over the world come to Ischgl every year to spend their holidays in 4- and 5-star luxury hotels, as well as in the quaint and quiet guest houses and pensions. Ischgl stands for urban lifestyle, first class events and, of course, pure winter sports fun! Skiers and snowboarders for instance, have easy access to the three valley stations through a pedestrian tunnel with moving walkways, which enables you to cross from one side of the village to the other quickly and easily. The new 3S-Pardatschgrat gondola is now in service, being the world's first lift to cover such a large difference in altitude and transporting the guests from the Eastern edge of the village directly to the Pardatschgrat.Once the lifts close in the afternoons Ischgl has lots to offer to remain active during the day. Be it a quiet evening in a spa, café or restaurant, or rather hot parties in the countless bars, clubs and discos - there is something to do for everyone. With the "Top of the Mountain" concerts which take place annually for season opening, Easter and season closure, Ischgl brings international music top stars on to it's stage. No matter if you are skier, boarder, cross-country fan or just want to indulge in the atmosphere - Ischgl is the place to be. Because the motto here is: "No two days are alike!"


Serfaus

Serfaus

General informationSerfaus is situated in the mountains, at an altitude of 1427 m, and has 1024 inhabitants. The magnificent, colourful flower meadows in summer, the shining forests in autumn; bracing climate and fresh mountain air! Relaxing Wellness facilities, laughing children at play: a holiday paradise, where quality isn't just a word, but is assured down to the last detail. Serfaus has lots that is both distinctive and unique: its sunny location, the 'Murmli' children's club, the mixture of cosy pensions and top hotels, the combination of international flair and the charm of a small village.


Nauders

Nauders

Nauders is located in the tri-border region Italy-Austria-Switzerland on a sunny plateau between Finstermünz pass/Switzerland and Passo Resia/Italy and can look back on a long history.


Pertisau

Pertisau

The small resort of Pertisau is idyllically located on the west bank of the lake Achensee. At 950 m, you can enjoy the lovely Tyrolean lifestyle without the crowds. The village is at an ideal location for cross-country skiers as well as winter hikers, which is thanks in part to its proximity to the ''Karwendelgebirge'' range, one of the largest interconnected nature reserves in Tyrol. Aside from the pistes, there is a plethora of other activities, for example, a visit to the modern activity centre, or the opportunity to be delighted by the homey regional cuisine. Pertisau is also known for its cross-country offers with various tracks to follow, whilst enjoying the magnificent view of the surrounding mountains.


Sautens

Sautens

Surrounded by the Stubai and Ötztal Alps, Sautens is located at 812 m altitude at the entrance to the ötz Valley. The quaint resort impresses its visitors with the wonderful location, which offers tranquility and relaxation and a welcome change to the hectic winter sports arenas. Also the close by Piburg lake is worth a visit. Even though the idyll is predominant, skiing fans will nevertheless find what they are looking for in Sautens. The manageable and family-friendly ski area "Hochoetz" is located in close proximity to the neighbouring resort Oetz. The younger generation will enjoy a visit to the Ski World Cup resort Sölden, which especially offers fun away from the piste.


Kramsach

Kramsach

The community of Kramsach (520 m) lies in Tyrol's lower Inn Valley, on the northern shore of the Inn, and scatters itself on the alluvial fan of the Brandenberger Ache across from Rattenberg. Due to the six surrounding lakes, it is also known as "Seendorf" (Village of Lakes), and offers the perfect atmosphere for a rejuvenating holiday. Numerous leisure activities, e.g. ice skating or ice hockey on a frozen lake ensure entertainment, and restaurants, lodges and typical taverns offer culinary variety. Kramsach has specialised itself on beginners and skiers wanting a refresher, but also has a large range available for advanced skiers, snowboarders and cross-country fans. With the Sonnwendjoch chairlift, you soar up from 520 to 1,900 m, directly up into a skiing and snowy heaven.


Zams

Zams

Zams, situated peacefully between the snow-covered peaks of the Venet Massif in the heart of the TirolWest holiday region, promises typical Tyrolean holiday flair. The cosy resort has retained its original character and exudes a heart-felt charm that attracts holiday makers again and again, due to its colourfully painted farm houses, rustic guest houses and the Kronburg, throning a hilltop. You can best enjoy an unforgettable panorama from the 2,212 m high Krah mountain, from which you can see the Zugspitze. Winter sports fans will get their money's worth in the small, family-friendly Venet ski area. The ski area, with 22 kilometres of piste, lies directly at your door and is quickly reached with the cable car starting in resort! A varied selection of numerous bars and restaurants, diverse spa areas and the opportunity to toboggan and ice skate don't allow boredom to become an issue.


Oberndorf

Oberndorf

General informationOberndorf, known as the 'family nest', has 1700 inhabitants and is a holiday resort amid unspoilt nature. Situated at a sea level of 700 m, surrounded by the magnificent Kitzbühel Alps and the picturesque 'Wilder Kaiser' mountain range.


Fendels

Fendels

Fendels, eines der kleinsten Dörfer von Tirol, thront über dem Inntal und wurde zunächst als "Venels" erwähnt im Jahre 1288 AD. Glockturmkamm Fendels in Ridge, Teil der Ötztaler Alpen aufgenommen. Im Jahr 1959 eine Straße machte dieses Bergdorf zugänglicher, bevor es kann nur mit der Seilbahn zu erreichen.


St. Ulrich Am Pillersee

St. Ulrich Am Pillersee

How to get thereBy car: Munich - Kufstein - St. Johann - Fieberbrunn- St. Ulrich (toll free) OR Vienna - Salzburg - Lofer - Waidring - St. Ulrich. By train: the nearest train-station is in Fieberbrunn. By plane: the nearest airports are in Innsbruck or Salzburg.


St. Leonhard Im Pitztal

St. Leonhard Im Pitztal

General informationSt. Leonhard, has 1740 inhabitants and lies 1450 m above sea level, it represents a unique experience for winter sportsmen and mountain climbers alike, who value above all the 'Pitztaler' glacier and the 'Rifflsee' skiing and walking area. At an altitude of 3440 m, the 'Pitzpanoramabahn' cable car brings astounded guests closer to the fascinating panorama they are looking for.


Lienz

Lienz

General informationThe idyllic town of Lienz, set 673 m above sea level is surrounded by a stunning Alpine scenery - the renown Dolomites in the south and some of the highest peaks of the Alps in the north. The small town (13.000 inhabitants) and its surrounding villages have still remained their origins and enjoy favorable weather conditions, influenced by the Mediterranean climate. The town center is lined with old houses with colorful facades, street-side cafes and small shops decorated with flowers. No industrial plants, no motorways, no traffic jams destroy the harmonic atmosphere of this town. Lienz - the ultimate resort for recreation, action and comfort.


Galtur

Galtur

General information1584 m above sea level 701 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, next to a skiing area


See Im Paznauntal

See Im Paznauntal

General informationAt an altitude of 1050 m lies See im Paznauntal, with its 1030 inhabitants. Sun, fun, pleasure and of course unspoilt nature - the holiday region of See-Pians is a little pearl in the Paznauntal valley with a lot of personality. Experience the charms of traditional Tyrolean customs with all the conveniences of a modern tourism industry.


St. Jakob Im Defereggental

St. Jakob Im Defereggental

In a quaint valley, embedded in the High Tauern National Park in Eastern Tyrol, lies the idyllic village of St. Jakob at an altitude of 1.389 m. Even though today the Defereggental is one of the nicest Alp valleys of Tyrol and has become a popular holiday destination, it has not lost any of its natural charm. Here you will still find enchanting winter scenery in nearly untouched nature. Therefore, winter hikers will definitely get their money's worth.The centre of St. Jakob is shaped by beautiful old stone buildings from the time of the squires. The famous alpine village Jagdhausalm, also known as "Klein-Tibet", is worth a visit as well. Furthermore, the surrounding ski area does not leaves anything to be desired! Reliable snow conditions and a romantic alpine panorama make your winter holiday extraordinary!


Uderns

Uderns

General informationUderns, lying 549 m above sea level and with 1502 inhabitants, is situated in the mountains, by a river and a skiing area. In the heart of the Zillertal valley, where the valley is at its broadest and where the sun shines for the longest, lies the lovely area of Uderns.Take a look around, the town has retained its village character, in peace and tranquility.


Imst

Imst

The small sunny town of Imst is embedded into the Oberinntal valley in the holiday area Pitztal and Oetztal.


Ellmau

Ellmau

At the foot of the "Wilder Kaiser", Ellmau (820 m), together with the neighbouring resorts, comprise Austria’s largest connected ski region. Winter dreams come true in the tranquil resort! In addition to fun on the piste - some of the runs reach into the centre -, Ellmau offers many other activities, e.g. curling, tobogganing, snowshoe hikes and horse-drawn sleigh rides. The "KaiserBad" awaits you with a great pool complex with activity pools and large sauna area. On the 55 kilometres of winter hiking trails, guests become more familiar with the region in a whole new way.Further bonus points are the unique surroundings, an advantageous climate and of course the typical Tyrolean hospitality. The little ones won’t miss out either: numerous activities keep our smallest guests entertained!


Kals Am Grossglockner

Kals Am Grossglockner

General informationLying 1325 m above sea level and with 1350 inhabitants, Kals am Großglockner is situated in the mountains close to a skiing area. Holidaying here is all about restoring energy, finding time to relax, and enjoying nature. Between the Felbertauern mountain and Lienz, the Kalsertal valley branches off in Huben (814 m). On a well-laid and winter-safe road, you can travel up to Kals, the 'mountain air health resort.' The picturesque communities in this area are nestled in the unique mountain panorama in the middle of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park. The sunny, fog-free climate is ideal for all outdoor activities. The village of Kals, where Tyrolean hospitality is always a top priority, offers - alongside interesting cultural and traditional events - attractive family offers in all categories of accommodation. The hosts' special care for their guests makes holidaying in Kals am Großglockner a lovely, unforgettable experience.


Berwang

Berwang

In the heart of the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena, at a snow-sure 1,342 m, is the idyllic Tyrolean mountain village of Berwang. Family and winter holiday paradise, an insider tip for snow lovers of all ages. Only a few steps away you will find the lifts, cross-country ski tracks, an ice rink, toboggan run and winter hiking paths. No need for a car here. A ski school and guest kindergarten, sports and grocery shops, apres ski bars and restaurants are all nearby and provide everything you need for a perfect winter holiday. The highest located resort in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena lays on a sunny plateau with a wonderful view of the mighty Zugspitze, just a few kilometres from the German-Austrian boarder.


Achenkirch

Achenkirch

The idyllic town of Achenkirch lies at an altitude of 916 m and is made up of many scattered districts. Located at the northern opening to Lake Achen, the gorgeous view offers a look at the mountains and one of Tyrol's largest lakes. The amazing ski area, one of Europe's largest enclosed conservation areas, the "Karwendal", is waiting to be discovered. Besides snow bikes and tobogganing, the possibility to try snow golf is also available.Those looking for romance shouldn't miss the horse-drawn carriage rides through the sparkling snowy landscape. Culinary highlights can be found in the first-class restaurants after an exciting day.


Reith Im Alpbachtal

Reith Im Alpbachtal

Reith is a real paradise for families and above all children. Located on a sunny terrace of the Inntal valley, Reith is located in the Alpbachtal valley. The village is known as family-friendly flower village and has already been mentioned in the 10th century. The term family-friendly is really taken literally, as the offer includes various child-oriented activities. There is for example the “Juppi Kid’s Club” which provides fun and action on five days a week and at the end of your holidays, there is a huge party. Moreover there is “Juppi Magic Forest” at the Reither Kogel hill and the childrens’ park Reith.


Hintertux

Hintertux

Hintertux in winterabsolutly snow-safe because of the Hintertuxer glacier, 67 cable-cars and lifts, 236 km pistes. The ski-areas Rastkogel - Eggalm - Penken are connected to the greates skiing-area in Zillertal. Après ski and several restaurants are waiting for you. Subject to alterations.


Kufstein

Kufstein

General informationTourists are drawn to Kufstein by its lakes and medieval castle. The "Pearl of Tirol" offers a wide range of sporting facilities, cultural attractions and events of all kinds at the castle. Come spend wonderful holidays in Kufstein!



Lermoos

Lermoos

Lermoos is an attractive village with a small but interesting ski area. Part of the draw as a destination for holiday skiers is the inclusion on the Happy Ski Card lift ticket, which also offers the nearby resorts of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Ehrwald (amongst others) for those who have a car available. It is also an appealing destination for intermediate skiers and beginners as well as those who are looking for a typical Austrian village holiday.


Scheffau

Scheffau

The cosy village of Scheffau (approx. 754 m) lies nestled in the idyllic winter landscape of the Wilder Kaiser. Savour a breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains. From Scheffau you can directly access the "Wilder Kaiser-Brixental" SkiWelt via two modern gondolas. Peace and relaxation can be found on a winter hike through the glittering winter landscape around Scheffau. If you prefer some action, you could go on a tremendously fast night run down the lit tobogganing trail or take part in curling. There are also countless other opportunities for recreational activities in the surrounding area. During or after skiing, the regional cuisine treats its guests with delicious specialities.


Ehrwald

Ehrwald

The traditional Tyrolean resort of Ehrwald is located in a sunny valley at 994 m altitude and is framed by the imposing Zugspitze, Mieminger and the Wetterstein mountain ranges. Pistes of varying difficulty levels await you in Ehrwald. Experienced skiers and snowboarders and beginners all get their money’s worth here! In the Ehrwald Alm there is great scope for children to learn to ski in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. In addition to the unlimited skiing-fun, you can also descend to the Ehrwald Alm valley with a night-time toboggan ride, ski bob or Snowfox ride.


Telfs

Telfs

Telfs is located at the foot of the 2,662 m high Hohe Munde, a mountain that belongs to the Mieminger mountain chain. Bairbach, Birkenberg, Brand, Buchen, Hinterberg, Lehen, Moos, Mösern, Platten, Sagl, St. Veit and Wildmoos make up the municipality of Telfs. Boasting some 15,000 inhabitants it is the third municipality of Tyrol in terms of size, after Innsbruck and Kufstein. For a long period of time Telfs was a centre of textile industry.


Pfunds

Pfunds

Pfunds in the Oberinntal valley is located in a tri-border region close to Switzerland and Italy. The municipality of Pfunds comprises the villages of Stuben and Pfunds-Dorf, connected by a wooden bridge that has been established in 1950, as well as the hamlets Wand, Vorder- and Hinterkobel, Birkach, Lafairs, Stein and Greit. Since the 1980s Pfunds attaches great importance to ecological community policy, establishing solar panels, focusing on energy recovery in winter gardens as well as pollution-free heating systems with biomass and wood chips.


Ried Im Zillertal

Ried Im Zillertal

General informationRied im Zillertal, at an altitude of 572 m, has 950 inhabitants and is situated in the mountains, by a river and close to a skiing area. Ried lies in the middle of the Zillertal valley and is the ideal starting point for all kinds of excursions. Whether by bike along the Ziller river, or by car on the Zillertal high-alpine road, every day is a real experience.


Jerzens

Jerzens

The municipality of Jerzens extends in the anterior part of the Pitztal valley on both riverbanks of the Pitze river.


Ramsau Im Zillertal

Ramsau Im Zillertal

General informationRamsau im Zillertal, with its 4000 inhabitants, lies 600 m above sea level, in the mountains and by a river and a skiing area. Due to its favourable location - in the centre of the Zillertal valley cable car - Ramsau is the ideal starting point to explore the Zillertal mountain world. The romantic holiday paradise is a magical little village with lovely hotels, guesthouses, pensions and farmhouses, lots of sun, broad meadows and pure mountain air, which all offers refreshment for your body and soul. Enjoy the warm welcome and the hospitality, as well as the excellent offerings from cellar and kitchen! All this is what makes the holiday region so endearing!


Mieming

Mieming

Mieming is located on the Mieminger plateau at the foot of the homonymous mountain chain. At the foot of the Mieminger mountain chain, there is the the village of Mieming with its 3,000 inhabitants. The component localities Untermieming, Weidach, Fiecht, See, Tabland, Zein, Obermieming, Barwies, Zirchbichl, Krebsbach, Fronhausen and Freundsheim belong to the municipal area, extending to the Gaistal valley.


Landeck

Landeck

At a height of 817 m, Landeck is located in the middle of the TirolWest holiday region. The resort is surrounded by idyllic villages, picturesque fortresses and castles and the wonderful backdrop of the Venet Mountain. The town's landmark, "Schloss Landeck" was built on a towering rock above the River Inn and still watches over the town today. You can enjoy an unforgettable panoramic view at its best from Krahberg, at 2,212 m high, where you can also enjoy the view of the Zugspitze mountain. Winter sports fans have access to manageable pistes, therefore families find the Venet ski area appealing. With Landeck being a city of shopping and tourist attractions, it really makes for a charming holiday destination.


Reutte

Reutte

Reutte is a marketing town (Marktgemeinde) lying adjacent to the Lech River approximately 45 miles northwest of Innsbruck, Austria and southwest of Munich, Germany. Reutte is the Capital of the northwestern (Ausserfern) region of the Austrian Tirol.


Eben Am Achensee

Eben Am Achensee

The municipality of Eben am Achensee is made up of the main village of Eben, as well as Maurach am Achensee, Buchau and Pertisau.


Wildschoenau

Wildschoenau

General informationSituated at an altitude of 828 m in the mountains and close to a skiing area, the Wildschönau high valley, with its 3800 inhabitants, lies to the south of Wörgl in the Kitzbühel Alps area. In total, the valley is 24 km long. A community with 4 church villages, each harbouring a colse relationship between agriculture and people's culture, the Wildschönau is a varied winter sport and walking area.


Arzl Im Pitztal

Arzl Im Pitztal

General informationArzl im Pitztal (2780 inhabitants) is a wonderful place to go, whether you want to relax and recover or to have fun and action. The village is on 880m above sealevel. Year around it offers not only all sorts of sports and activities but also various events and culture.


Hainzenberg

Hainzenberg

Hainzenberg in summerHolidays in the Zillertal-valley mean no stress and no hectic. Enjoy the clean nature, flora and fauna. Hiking tours, high-alpine tours, biking (Zillertalradweg), mountain-biking, swimming, tennis, riding, etc. - you have free choice. Different restaurants will appreciate you and offer home-made cost as well as various menus.


Hinterthiersee

Hinterthiersee

General informationOn a plateau above the Thiersee valley and surrounded by forests and meadows lies Hinterthiersee, at an altutide of 860 m and with 470 inhabitants. The picturesque, romantic mountain village is surrounded by a fascinating moutain panorama. Hinterthiersee is a sociable village which both seeks and values contact with its quests. You'll certainly feel at home here.


Kuhtai

Kuhtai

In midst of the beautiful Tyrolean mountain landscape lays the sun-drenched allround ski area Kühtai. Austria's highest located winter sports resort is located at 2,020 m and is only approx. 30 km from Innsbruck. Thanks to the altitude you can expect perfect snow conditions from December until the beginning of May and if the snow line goes low enough you can also ski down to accommodation or even start your skiing day directly in front of the door. The discovery of this resort as a ski station actually occurred more than 100 years ago. Today the resort presents itself as cosy village with hotel and apartment houses, and diverse offer of apres ski facilities.


Telfes Im Stubai

Telfes Im Stubai

General informationSea level: 994 m Population: 1300 inhabitants Location: Telfes is the sunniest village in the Stubai valley


Wenns Im Pitztal

Wenns Im Pitztal

Wenns lies enthroned on a mountain and attracts visitors with its beautiful historic houses. The Pitztal valley is a true haven for families, sports freaks, culture lovers and nature enthusiasts - offering everything you could possibly desire for your complete summer and winter vacation! Spend the most beautiful days of the year among friends in a very special ambiance


Bruck Am Ziller

Bruck Am Ziller

General informationThe commune Bruck am Ziller is situated at the sunside of the Zillertal. Bruck is the place where the sun is shining very long. If you see Bruck am Ziller geografically it is ideal to make trips to the Zillertal, to the Achental at the Achensee, to Rattenberg, to Innsbruck or in the intact nature.


Jungholz

Jungholz

General informationJungholz, situated in the mountains and close to a skiing area, lies 1058 m above sea level and has 302 inhabitants. There are many out of the ordinary holiday destinations, but only here can you find places so rich in the charm of the Tyrol and Bavaria. The cosy Tyrolean mountain village in Oberallgäu is still a real secret tip for unlimited holiday fun. It is children and family-friendly, sunny, and has no through-traffic.


Bad Haring

Bad Haring

Located on a sunny plateau at an altitude of 650 m above the Inn Valley is Bad Häring, the first recreational bath and spa resort in Tyrol. The village is characterized by typical Tyrolean charm, exuded by lovely houses, a small church, and the picturesque market place. At the foot of the nearly 1,600 m high Pölven, the district offers a lovely panoramic view and invites its guests to enjoy many various activities. As Bad Häring is known to be one of Austria’s most renowned spa resorts, you can enjoy excellent relaxation and spa offers to unwind and escape the stress of day-to-day. The area makes possible activities such as winter hiking, cross-country skiing, and of course alpine skiing. The "SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental" offers a huge area of skiable pistes and attracts high numbers tourists every year. Away from the slopes there is also a varied selection of leisure activities, e.g. tobogganing, curling, and much more.


Spiss

Spiss

The municipality of Spiss is located in the Samnauntal valley at the border to the Swiss canton Grisons (Graubünden). Spiss, located on the sunny side of the Samnauntal valley, is not only the highest located municipality of Austria, but is also one of the smallest with a number of some 150 inhabitants.


Strengen Am Arlberg

Strengen Am Arlberg

The idyllic resort Strengen is located at 1,029 m at the entrance to the Stanzer Valley. Around 15 km from the famous and lively "high society resort" St. Anton, Strengen is ideal for rest and relaxation. Nestled in the beautiful and imposing Lechtaler Alps and the Verwall Massif, the resort offers a breathtaking mountain backdrop. It is quite impressive, with a typical romantic appearance, situated on the centuries-old Roman road to Arlberg. Strengen has retained its original charm and captivates guests with its largely wooden farms. The free ski bus ensures a comfortable and easy connection to the ski area.


Gries Bei Langenfeld

Gries Bei Langenfeld

Gries in summerYou will find everything in the middle of the alpine-world, clean air and sun - enjoy relaxing. Gries offers its guests several hiking- and walking tours as well as alpine tours to the glacier of the Ötztaler- and Stubaier Alps. Different alps invite you to eat or relax.


Kirchbichl

Kirchbichl

In close proximity to the Inn curve, only approx. 10 km from the German boarder, one of the oldest towns in the lower Inn valley can be found: Kirchbichl. At 250 m altitude you can enjoy the cosy Tyrolean lifestyle in peace and quiet. The village offers the ideal access point for cross country skiers and winter hikers, but also Alpine skiers will find what they are looking for in the "Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental". Away from the pistes a diverse offer of leisure time activities awaits you: traditional guest houses and modern coffee bars invite you to linger. Those who prefer to stay sporty, can try the ice rink, the tennis courts or curling.


Prutz

Prutz

General informationPrutz, lying 866 m above sea level and with a population of 1924, is situated by a glacier and a river, and close to a skiing area. The holiday region in the Tyrolean Oberland offers its guests a holiday Eldorado of relaxation and activity. Surrounded by towering mountains, here there is a world of variety. The Tyrolean Oberland 'Summer Card' opens up many possibilities: guided walks and biking tours (inc. bike), free entry to the bathing lake, activity outdoor pool, indoor pool, tennis courts, curling and bowling facilities. There is also a fantastic children's programme (from July to August).


Wenns

Wenns

Small but quaint are the resorts located at the entrance of the Pitz Valley. The main resort Wenns /982 m altitude) lays in the bottom of the valley and is perfectly connected to the ski area Hochzeiger with the complementary ski bus. Due to the rising number of guests every year the tourist infrastructure is constantly modernised and sports offer is expanded regularly. Hotels have been erected and have changed the appearance of the villages, but considering all the ongoing change, Wenns could maintain its original mountain village charm. The inhabitants are friendly and the atmosphere is welcoming. The landscape around the valley entrance is towered-over by the Plattenrain (1,476 m) and the Venet (2,512 m). A visit to the "Burg Hirschberg" (castle on stag mountain) originating from the 13th century is worth while. It crumbled considerably in 1921, but in winter it provides a very romantic sight.


Ebbs

Ebbs

The picturesque Tyrolean village Ebbs lies at 475 m altitude, just below the Zahmer Kaiser. The resort is only approx. 8 km from Kufstein, which is therefore ideal to drop by for a visit. In Ebbs there are not only numerous shops and cosy restaurants, but also some impressive sights to visit: the dome for instance, the nature reserve "Kaisertal", and the world-famous "Fohlenhof" Haftlinger stables. Furthermore, with the large SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental ski area, Ebbs provides great conditions or Alpine winter sports fans and cross-country skiers.


Haiming Im Otztal

Haiming Im Otztal

General informationHaiming lies, with its 4180 inhabitants, between 700 and 1600 m above sea level, and is situated in the mountains by a river and close to a skiing area. The area extends over 3 valleys: Inntal, Ötztal and Nedertal. Numerous sporting and leisure activities are offered in summer and winter alike. Enjoy your holiday here, a long way from stress and mass tourism.


Stams

Stams

General informationStams is a village in the western part of Tyrol on 671 m of lake height and has 1454 inhabitants. The town is known for its monastery of the Cistercian order. For those who look for a relaxing place for their holidays Stams is the right choice but also sport activities are high on the list!


Thiersee

Thiersee

The picturesque village Thiersee is embedded in an idyllic mountain scenery on the extensive high altitude plateau of the Thier Lake Valley on 678 m altitude and lies around 9 km from Kufstein am Inn. The highest point of the valley is the peak of the Hinterer Sonnwendjoch with 1,986 m, which is also the highest mountain of the Mangfall mountain range which in turn is part of the Bavarian foothills of the Alps. Thiersee, which is situated at the lake of the same name, is the centre of the valley and offers the perfect opportunity for holiday makers to retreat surrounded by a stunning mountain panorama and unspoilt nature. Traditional guest houses and restaurants invite guests to enjoy the typical Austrian hospitality and Tyrolean unhurried lifestyle. Hinterthiersee is part of this municipality and offers both the small, easily navigable Thiersee-Mitterland family ski centre as well as the Tirolina ski area, which are ideal for beginners and families alike. Moreover, the Thiersee Valley is known for its cross-country and hiking possibilities. A range of hiking trails and cross-country trails of different difficulty levels leads through this magnificent natural landscape.


Lavant

Lavant

How to get thereBy car: coming from west via Sillian, Lienz to Lavant. From the south via 'Plöckenpass', Kötschach and Oberdrauburg to Lavant. From the nord via Felbertauern, Lienz to Lavant. From the east via motorway til exit Spittal an der Drau and then local road to Lavant. By train: to Lienz and from there by taxi. By airplane: the nearest airports are in Klagenfurt and Innsbruck.


Heiterwang

Heiterwang

The typical Tyrolean village of Heiterwang is located at almost 1000 m high in a wide valley at the entrance to the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena. Surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery and dotted with sun-convenient lodges round the lovely Heiterwanger See Lake, the resort makes a perfect base for THE ultimate winter holiday! The ski area is close proximity and offers runs of all difficulty levels. Heiterwang also provides great off-piste enjoyment, with its marked winter hiking trails, a prepared toboggan run and a natural ice skating rink with curling area.


Auffach

Auffach

The cosy village of Auffach is the Wildschönau winter centre with the Schatzberg ski areal. The town situated at an altitude of 875 meters is primarily know for its countless hiking trails and also for the Schatzberg gondola, one of the longest single circuit trains in Austria. Far away from the hectic everyday, Auffach offers a relaxing holiday experience in the midst of beautiful natural scenery. Traditions and local culture are an important part of the charm. While on your holiday don't forget to try the "Krautinger" a Wildschönau speciality, in one of the many local inns.


Niederndorf

Niederndorf

The quiet and romantic Tyrolean village is situated at an altitude of approx. 500 m covered in an incredible mountain world at the foot of the Kaiser Mountains. It is located approx. 10 km north-east of Kufstein at the border of Bavaria and is towered over by the Niederndorferberg and the Hechenberg, which has been crowned "Maria Heimsuchung" (Mary visitation) due to the famous pilgrimage church. Spacious hiking routes invite you to relaxed winter hiking in the fresh and clean mountain air. Enjoy the view of an impressive mountain landscape with breathtaking scenery. An access point to the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, which offers an incredible 284 km of piste for the whole family, is located approx. 25 km away. A day trip to Munich is also possible, as it is only approx. 85 km away.


Erl

Erl

The idyllic resort Erl is only a few kilometres from the German boarder and is situated at an altitude of approx. 470 m. Surrounded by the Kaiser mountains, the famous passion play resort invites its guests to ski, hike and sledge. The resort at the boarder offers many possibilties to enjoy winter sports. no matter if you choose the Bavarian Alps or the largest interconnected ski area in Austria - the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser/Brixental - there are no limits to skiing fun here! Alternatively you can also enjoy the lovely winter landscape on a horse-drawn sleigh ride and at the same time recharge you energy reserves for your everyday life.


Kartitsch

Kartitsch

The endearing alpine village of Kartitsch lies nestled between the Dolomites and the Carnic Alps, in a side valley of the Alta Pusteria and at an altitude of approx. 1,356 m. The Italian border is around 12 km away. Defined by its charm and cosiness, the small village of Kartitsch is the ideal location for families and those seeking relaxation. From the village centre you can easily reach the various with the free ski bus. Night skiing fans also have the opportunity to indulge in this passion. One special attraction of this village is the frozen Obstans waterfall, on which a fascinating ice-climbing venture can be partaken in.


Worgl

Worgl

Wörgl is a town in the Tyrolean Inntal valley located close to the German border. With 13,000 inhabitants Wörgl is one of the larger towns in Tyrol and has much to offer. It is situated at the mouth of the Brixental valley and the mountain pass road leading to the high plain. Thus Wörgl is located not far from the lift network Skijuwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau und SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental. The lively Tyrolean town might not have direct access to the ski area, but offers great leisure activities and shopping opportunities in return. Travellers looking for a good infrastructure and numerous possibilities for going-out are at the perfect spot in Wörgl in Tyrol.


Schwaz

Schwaz

Schwaz lies in the middle Lower Inn Valley at an altitude of 545 m and is home to about 14,000 residents. Schwaz is the district capital of the court district of the same name in Austria's Tyrol and is only about 30 km away from the state capital of Innsbruck. The Kellerjoch (2,344 m) is the local mountain of Schwaz and is a part of the Tux Alps. Nature-lovers will enjoy breathtaking views of the Upper Inn Valley as well as the surrounding mountains. With snow-covered forests throughout the region, Schwaz elevates your winter holiday to a whole new level. Furthermore, one of Tyrol's first lifts was built on the Kellerjoch, and the family-friendly ski area is pleased to enjoy ever-growing popularity with both the locals and tourists. Not only is the picturesque natural landscapes very popular, but the historical old town is as well. Schwaz is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the buildings and streets with their medieval flair, as well as the numerous sights to see, get culture enthusiasts excited. The history of the city is influence by mining and ever since miners struck silver in the 15th century, Schwaz has been referred to as the "Silver City" of Tyrol.


Hochfugen

Hochfugen

In the heart of this wonderful mountain landscape lies the Hochzillertal with the resort Hochfügen - one of three districts that form the community Fügenberg. Hochfügen's speciality lies in its perfect location in a high Alpine valley with wonderful views and pistes which nearly end at your front door. Via the panorama road you can access the resort via Fügen and from here you can start directly into world of skiing. At an altitude of 1,500 m the resort is known as snow-sure and additionally provides a magnificent view of the Zillertal Alps. Here, you are in the middle of it all: directly from your hotel door it is only a few steps to the ski lift, to cross-country or winter hiking trails - and the valley run ends directly at the parking lot. You couldn't come any closer!




Cities in Zillertal region

Hart Im Zillertal

Hart Im Zillertal

General informationHart (550 m above sea level) belongs to the 'Fügen-Hochfügen-Zillertal' holiday region and lies at the entrance to the Zillertal valley, just 7 km away from the motorway. The Fügen-Hochfügen-Zillertal region is a huge skiing arena with a total of 480 km of prepared pistes. The whole skiing area reaches up to an altitude of 3286 m (on the Tuxer glacier). Cafés, restaurants, magical wooden cabins and inns invite you to linger here.


Fugen

Fugen

Fügen is the largest and most popular resort in the lower Zillertal and offers a long history and an impressive piece of culture. The well-known Christmas song "Silent Night, Holy Night" originates from here, and the historic chapels and churches, the local museum, the exhibition cheese dairy and many more facilities give the resort a multifaceted appearance. The narrow alleyways in the old town centre invite you to stroll and linger with all its beautiful shops, restaurants and bars. The free ski bus takes you comfortably to the valley station of the ski area Spieljoch and Hochfügen-Zillertal. Those who still have enough energy after a day of skiing, can enjoy themselves alongside the piste, in the valley stations or in the resort itself. Fügen has everything to offer, whether it be a romantic ski hut, funky umbrella bar or a cosy restaurant! The resort also offers a diverse programme for leisure time activities off piste, for instance with ice skating rinks, toboggan runs, romantic horse drawn sledge rides and snowshoe hikes. A special highlight is the "Erlebnistherme Zillertal", a spa and swimming pool complex, with various slides, children's and baby pool and a modern spa and sauna area.


Zell Am Ziller

Zell Am Ziller

The holiday resort Zell am Ziller is geographically and historically the centre of the Zillertal. In a welcoming and cosy Tyrolean atmosphere you can enjoy sporty and also relaxing winter holidays! Besides the resorts Gerlos, Königsleiten, Krimmel and Wald, Zell am Ziller is known for it's famous Zillertal Arena. Directly in resort you can access the perfect winter sports arena with many diverse pistes. Enjoy the entertaining après ski facilities and the excellent, regional cuisine in the local restaurant.The pedestrian centre of the resort invites to take an easy stroll after a active day on the piste. Further the activity park Zell with an artificial ice rink offers ice skating, ice hokey and curling. Four skittles alley and three indoor tennis courts with great panoramic views are also available to use by guests. At the valley station of the Zillertal Arena there is also the "Arena Coaster" which awaits the courageous and supplies great adrenaline, fun and action! You are sure to be entertained in many ways - enjoy your holiday!


Strass Ziller Valley

Strass Ziller Valley

Strass (522 m) is located at the entrance to the Zillertal. A free ski bus runs to the 8 km distant Spieljoch lift in Fügen and the 13 km distant Hochzillertal lift in Kaltenbach. Experience perfect winter sports areas with diverse and numerous pistes. Entertainment options including an artificial ice rink for skating and hockey, gorgeous winter hiking trails and cross-country skiing trails await you in Strass. Relaxation seekers will enjoy the cosy, typical Tyrolean atmosphere or let themselves be spoilt by excellent regional cuisine. You always wanted to know how cheese and bacon are produced? Then visit the "Zillertaler Speckstube" or the "Schaukäserei" in Fügen! Whether culture buff or sports enthusiast, day-trip fan, trekker or simply in need of relaxation, Strass is the central starting point for all sorts of activities. If you want to party in the evening, you will definitely get your money's worth in neighbouring Fügen.


Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen

The lively resort Mayrhofen is located at the further end of the Zillertal and is one of the most popular winter sports resorts in Austria! It has an almost perfect offer of activities to present to its guests: for relaxation there is the activity pool area with sauna complex, and sports can be found on the ice rink, but curling, cross-country skiing, tennis and squash also belong to the sports offers. If you are looking for some adrenaline take a try on the toboggan run or on the huge water slides, visit the theatre, cinema or experience folklore. Besides many après ski opportunities on the mountain or in the valley, you can also turn into the famous "White Lounge" of the igloo hotel on the Ahorn mountain to chill-out music and some cool drinks. Family will feel well at home in Mayrhofen, as there are many special offers for children and this ensures relaxing and exciting holidays in the snow.


Hippach Ziller Valley

Hippach Ziller Valley

The holiday resort Hippach is situated in the heart of the Zillertal mountains and is known for it's great hospitality. With the Horberg lift you have ideal access to the diverse ski area with it's wonderful panorama. Mayrhofen is only approx. 5 km away, which optimises the choice of entertainment activities. Besides fantastic fun on the pistes the region Hippach-Schwendau-Ramsau also offers e.g. 30 km of piste cross-country trails with access to the neighbouring resorts, winter hiking trails and horse-drawn sleigh rides through the snowy winter landscape. At the Gerolsstein lift in the nearby centre of Zell am Ziller there is also the longest natural and flood-lit toboggan run of the Zillertal to be found. The 7 km long descent offers cosy turn-in points and provides real toboggan fun! A special plus-point is the really good service-price ratio of this holiday resort!


Finkenberg

Finkenberg

The probably most attractive high Alpine valley in the Zillertal, the Tux valley, stretches from 630 to 3,250 m altitude and is therefore one of the most reliable regions for snow in Austria. The cosy resorts Finkenberg, Tux and Hintertux offer exactly what it takes to enjoy a perfect winter holiday - a beautiful winter landscape, wonderful pistes and a great leisure time programme. Finkenberg is best known for its celebrities - extreme mountaineer Prof. Peter Haberler, the "Zillertaler Schürzenjäger" band, and Olympic medal winner Leonhard Stock. The resort has something to offer for everyone: relaxation and tranquillity, but also action and adventure. 28 km of cross-country tracks are prepared on a daily basis and 68 km of winter hiking trails are maintained regularly. Numerous toboggan runs, a natural ice rink and a great offer of apres ski facilities round off the offer. Together with its famous neighbour Mayrhofen, Finkenberg offers a total of 196 km of piste, comprised in the "Ski- und Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000". And due to the close proximity to the Hintertux Glacier, the resort is the ideal place to be for a perfect winter holiday!


Kaltenbach Ziller Valley

Kaltenbach Ziller Valley

Kaltenbach, together with Ried and Stumm, is positioned in the heart of the valley, the so called "first holiday region in the Zillertal". Kaltenbach is the largest and best known among these three resorts. Thanks to the ring road, thorough-traffic doesn't exist here. The smaller and quieter village of Ried is right on the border of Kaltenbach. Stumm, on the opposite side of the valley, is approx. 1.5 km from the gondola to the ski area "Ski-optimal" and offers a special flair with its beautiful village square. All three districts have a modern tourist infrastructure with, among other amenities, indoor pools and various recreational attractions. In the middle of the ski area Hochzillertal lay the "Kristallhütte" and the "Wedelhütte", which are known to be two of the best ski huts in the Zillertal, and have already given shelter to many famous celebrities. Further, numerous restaurants offer regional specialities like traditional "Kasspatzen" pasta with cheese, home-made apple strudel, and "Kaiserschmarrn," sugared pancakes with raisins.


Tux

Tux

The community of Tux, with its five districts, forms the end of the Ziller Valley. Vorderlanersbach, Lanersbach, Juns, Madseit and Hintertux are characteristic Tyrolean villages at heights between 1,300 - 1,500 m, stretching over a length of 8 km. The village offers direct entry to the Rastkogel, Eggalm, and year-round Hintertux Glacier ski areas.In addition to balanced apres ski, an array of sporty leisure activities are available. Relaxation seekers can enjoy the numerous spa offers available. A unique experience is a descent into the Spannagel Cave near the Hintertux Glacier; as one of the most important of Tyrol's caves, the length of its shaft is 10 km and can go to a depth of up to 25 m!


Gerlos

Gerlos

Gerlos is located at an altitude of 1,250 m in the middle of the Zillertal Arena, which with 169 km of piste is the largest ski area in the Ziller Valley. The mountain village is particularly well-known for its après-ski possibilities and is ranked high up with its better-known neighbours Mayrhofen and Zell am Ziller. Numerous bars, discos and ski huts invite you in for a visit. With its diverse sport and leisure possibilities like tobogganing, cross-country skiing, paragliding or winter hiking, the ski resort has more to offer than just lifts and pistes. It's therefore not surprising that in the last few years, Gerlos has become one of the most popular winter sport resorts in the Ziller Valley. Thanks to the ski resort’s perfect orientation in the middle of the Zillertal Arena, Gerlos offers an optimal connection to the entire ski region, of which is included in the Zillertal Superskipass. With a total of 143 km of piste all ranging from novice to intermediate, as well as 52 lift systems, the Zillertal Arena presents an ideal starting point for your winter holiday for both beginners and experienced skiers.


Aschau Ziller Valley

Aschau Ziller Valley

In the heart of the Zillertal lies the idyllic resort Aschau, between Kaltenbach and Zell am Ziller. The small, quiet village comprises the main part Aschau and some farm years and single houses along the mountain sides and valley basin. The central location is ideal for every skier, because from here you have the choice between 2 fantastic ski areas: Hochfügen-Hochzillertal and the Zillertal Arena, which are perfectly accessible via the free ski bus service. A special highlight is the new, illuminated valley descent. The toboggan run Lengstein is also illuminated and offer fun and action for the little ones. Tranquillity and relaxation can be found on an idyllic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the wintry landscape or in a sociable round in of the many, cosy mountain huts.


Munster

Munster

The idyllic resort Münster lies in the Inn Valley, at the gateway to the Alpbachtal and offers everything a winter sports fan can wish for. Reith im Alpbachtal can be reached after about 7 km and here, you'll have the chance to enter the Ski Juwel ski area. Furthermore, Zillertal can also be reached in just a few minutes by car. Moreover, Münster also has a diverse leisure time programme on offer. The romantic castle Lipperheide from the 19th century with altering events, e.g. art exhibitions, is worth a visit. Or enjoy the wonderful winter landscape on a winter hike or during a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride.


Stans

Stans

The family friendly village of Stans is located at the foot of the Karwendel Mountains in the Unterinntal. With a ski lift located in town and due to its close vicinity to the ski areas Kellerjoch, Weerberg and Zillertal, Stans offers much diversity for an active holiday maker. This amazing landscape can be explored through exciting toboggan rides, romantic snow-shoe hikes and torch hikes. The lovely nature around Stans offers relaxation and recuperation for everyone. And the "Wolfsklamm", located close by in the Tyrolean Karwendel is an additional highlight for all nature lovers and you shouldn't give it a miss.


Kaltenbach Ried Stumm

Kaltenbach Ried Stumm

Kaltenbach, together with Ried and Stumm, is positioned in the heart of the valley, the so called "first holiday region in the Zillertal". Kaltenbach is the largest and best known among these three resorts. Due to the bypass, transit traffic doesn't exist here. The smaller and quieter village of Ried is right on the border of Kaltenbach. Stumm, on the opposite side of the valley, is approx. 1.5 km from the gondola to the ski area "Ski-optimal" and offers a special flair with its beautiful village square. All three districts have a modern tourist infrastructure with, among other amenities, indoor pools and various recreational attractions. In the middle of the ski area Hochzillertal lay the "Kristallhütte" and the "Wedelhütte", which are known to be two of the best ski huts in the Zillertal, and have already given shelter to many famous celebrities. Further, numerous restaurants offer regional specialities like traditional "Kasspatzen" pasta with cheese, home-made apple strudel, and "Kaiserschmarrn," sugared pancakes with raisins.


Weerberg

Weerberg

Weerberg is situated 900 metres high on a plateau above the Inntal valley, away from the heavy traffic routes. It therefore offers an impressive panoramic view of the Karwendel and Rofan mountains in the north, the Kellerjoch in the east and also of Innsbruck, which is approx. 25 km away. A day trip to the beautiful city which hosted the 1964 and 1976 Olympics is a must! A 30 km journey in the opposite direction leads you to the wonderful Ziller valley and its almost endless choice of pistes. So due to its central location, Weerberg is an ideal base for all kinds of excursions. As it happens, with a stretch of 14 km, Weerberg is also one of the longest villages in Austria.


Fugenberg

Fugenberg

Este o stațiune de munte puțin cunoscută, dar care oferă facilități pentru recreere și sporturi de iarnă.


Schlitters

Schlitters

Right at the entrance of Zillertal, at an altitude of 548 m, lies Schlitters. The history-rich village is one of the oldest in Zillertal and is not just a visually romantic picturebook holiday destination. The family-friendly holiday village counts, with its 1,500 residents, as one of the smaller villages in the valley, but thanks to its Apline surroundings, has a latge variety of leisure activities to offer. Trudging with snowshoes through the landscape, tobogganing, cross-country skiing, or in a café on the Schlitterer See and enjoying the beaming winter sun - all is part of the programme here. Neighbouring areas by Schlitters include the ski centre Fügen, where you can directly access the ski area Hochzillertal-Hochfügen. The free ski bus, as well as the Zillertal train, connects the valley destinations and ski centres seamlessly. Worth recommending is a day trip to the adventure-thermal bath Zillertal - a paradise for water lovers. For night owls, Fügen and Kaltenbach are also worth checking out.


Hippach Schwendau Ramsau

Hippach Schwendau Ramsau

The holiday resort Hippach is situated in the heart of the Zillertal mountains and is known for it's great hospitality. With the Horberg lift you have ideal access to the diverse ski area with it's wonderful panorama. Mayrhofen is only approx. 5 km away, which optimises the choice of entertainment activities. Besides fantastic fun on the pistes the region Hippach-Schwendau-Ramsau also offers e.g. 30 km of piste cross-country trails with access to the neighbouring resorts, winter hiking trails and horse-drawn sleigh rides through the snowy winter landscape. At the Gerolsstein lift in the nearby centre of Zell am Ziller there is also the longest natural and flood-lit toboggan run of the Zillertal to be found. The 7 km long descent offers cosy turn-in points and provides real toboggan fun! A special plus-point is the excellent value for money ratio of this holiday resort!


Strass

Strass

Strass (523 m) is located at the entrance to the Zillertal. A free ski bus runs to the 10 km distant Spieljoch lift in Fügen and the 15 km distant Hochzillertal lift in Kaltenbach. Experience perfect winter sports areas with diverse and numerous pistes. Entertainment options including an artificial ice rink for skating and hockey, gorgeous winter hiking trails and cross-country skiing trails await you in Strass. Relaxation seekers will enjoy the cosy, typical Tyrolean atmosphere or let themselves be spoilt by excellent regional cuisine. You always wanted to know how cheese and bacon are produced? Then visit the "Zillertaler Speckstube" or the "Schaukäserei" in Fügen! Whether culture buff or sports enthusiast, day-trip fan, trekker or simply in need of relaxation, Strass is the central starting point for all sorts of activities. If you want to party in the evening, you will definitely get your money's worth in neighbouring Fügen.


Cities in Salzburger Land region

Golling

Golling

General informationEmbedded in the picturesque landscape of the Alps, at the gates of Salzburg, the city of Mozart, lies one of the gems of the province of Salzburg; the market town of Golling. Unspoilt natural surroundings, a rich diversity of cultural inspiration, exciting leisure programmes, a wide range of sporting activities and top class restaurants provide something for those seeking to unwind and soak in some culture!


St. Johann Im Pongau

St. Johann Im Pongau

St. Johann im Pongau is a community in the south of Salzburg province. It is the capital of the county of Pongau and well-known in Austria as a place ideal for hiking or skiing holidays. St. Johann is situated in the Salzachtal, the main valley of Salzburg, which makes it easily accessible - a clear selling point for the local tourism mafia, which needs to exploit this fact to compensate for not overly well-developed tourism facilities.


Flachau

Flachau

At an altitude of 920 m in the heart of Salzburger Land, lies Flachau, where the pistes are already drenched in sun in the early morning hours. The home of world champions Hermann Maier (skiing) and Manuela Riegler (snowboarding) is not just the venue for the alpine ski world cup, but a great destination for those active during the day and night too! The resort offers a comprehensive tourism infrastructure and the "Gemütlichkeit" of a typical mountain village. During the day you can kill time shopping, sunbathing on the sun terraces or by taking part in any of the countless sports activities such as tennis or tobogganing. Evenings you can head off to the clubs, bars and numerous ski lodges for a good time until the wee hours. "Snow Space Flachau" was even chosen as the world's most innovative winter tourism concepts!


Filzmoos

Filzmoos

Filzmoos is n the heart of the Salzburger Land, right in the centre of the largest ski area in Austria. Surrounded by fairy-tale winter landscapes, you'll have an incredible view of the trademark of Filzmoos, the Bischofsmütze. The highest and most spectacular mountain in Gosaukamm is particularly popular amongst climbers. The resort has a great infrastructure and offers a diverse leisure programme in addition to the pistes: whether curling, snow-tubing, snow-bike riding, or tobogganing, there's something for everyone. Especially families value the quiet resort with it's manageable ski area, where you will seldom find queues at the lifts.


Abtenau

Abtenau

Abtenau is the tranquil, chief city of Lammertals in Salzburger Land and lies at an altitude of 712 m, approx. 60 km south of Salzburg. In summer as well as winter Abtenau has a small village, cosy feeling, which is especially welcomed by families. This is also home to two-time champion and World Cup overall winner Alexandra Meissnitzer and the world champion David Zwilling. The illuminating winter toboggan run offers 3.2 km of tobogganing enjoyment. Also worth a visit is the ice skating rink at the sports centre in Abtenau.


Salzburg

Salzburg

Salzburg (population 150,000 in 2006) is the fourth largest city in Austria, the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. Old Town (Altstadt) in Salzburg, the famous baroque architecture in the world, has one of the best centers in the world kept germanica. Current Baroque town dating from the seventeenth century, when the archbishops Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau, Markus von Hohenems and Paris Sittikus Lodron ahitectura they are implementing the concept of Wolf Dietrich. Outside the old, renovated sensitive today, the city of Salzburg offers a modern part.


Radstadt

Radstadt

General informationAt an altitude of 856 m and with 4900 inhabitants, Radstadt is located in the heart of the 'Sportwelt Amadé' region. A particular attraction here is the 'Knödel' (dumpling) festival, held on the 'Schernberg' street in the centre of Radstadt, already for the 19th time. During the festival, the hosts of the street lay out a 200 m long table on which they offer different varieties of 'knödel' with the following flavours: Speck (bacon), Selchfleisch (smoked meat), Leber (liver), Zwetschke (plum), Marille (apricot), Germ (yeast), and even ice cream and marzipan knödel! Alongside these delicacies, there are 3 stages with a colourful musical program with drinking, folk music and jazz - and entrance is free! Things heat up in the early evening when the 'Knödelfest goes pop' - with a guest appearance from top bands.


Obertauern

Obertauern

General informationThe Obertauern/Untertauern region lies 1750 m above sea level and has 503 inhabitants. In the region's countryside, you can see unique rock formations, wonderful forests and the only known breeding place of the blue robin.


St. Michael Im Lungau

St. Michael Im Lungau

Ski resort St. Michael in Lungau is one of the smaller resorts in Austria and has direct access to 80km of ski slopes, served by 15 cableways. Cable cars can carry up to 19,000 people per hour. At an altitude of 2.000m, the snow is generally assured throughout the season.


Werfenweng

Werfenweng

General informationWerfenweng with its 820 inhabitants lies 900 m above sea level at the south side of the Tennengebirge.


Eben Im Pongau

Eben Im Pongau

General information856 m above sea level 2003 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, near a ski area


Altenmarkt Zauchensee

Altenmarkt Zauchensee

Altenmarkt is situated amongst picturesque surroundings in the Salzburger Sportwelt, at an altitude of 842 m. Several churches and chapels enhance the resort's impressive scenery. Many times Altenmarkt was a host to various winter sports events such as e.g. the Freestyle World Cup and World Cup events in downhill skiing. You can access the divine via the interconnected ski area Radstadt-Altenmarkt. After an eventful day on the piste in a magnificent ski area, you can take part in a mix of leisure activities. Keen shoppers will have a blast as there are many shops and boutiques here, due to the good infrastructure. Sports fans can test out the toboggan runs in the surrounding area or be wowed by the idyllic landscape whilst taking a long walk. Those looking for a quieter time can round off the day in a cosy mountain lodge.


Fuschl Am See

Fuschl Am See

General informationFuschl am See, with 1323 inhabitants, is a pretty village in the 'Salzburger Land' region, and lies 670 m above sea level, directly on the coast of the Fuschl lake. The Fuschl lake is certainly one of the nicest lakes in the 'Salzkammergut' area and due to its location close to Salzburg, Fuschl is an ideal starting point for excursions to 'Mozart's city'.


Goldegg Im Pongau

Goldegg Im Pongau

Goldegg in summerGoldegg offers you unforgettable holidays! All is here, all is near: 18-hole-golf-court, moor-lake 'Goldegger lake' for swimming and fishing, 'Böndlsee' for swimming, 2 tennis-courts, indoor-tennis-court, children-playgrounds, children-program from june to september, aprox. 100 km hiking-routes (at the 'Salzburger Sonnenterrasse'), hiking-tours by the hiking-bus, mountain-bike-routs, mountain-bike rent, cure-are at the hotel 'Zur Post', castle Goldegg with ist concerts and extensions.


Konigsleiten

Konigsleiten

The romantically situated mountain village of Königsleiten is not a part of Tirol, as Gerlos and Zell are, but rather a part of Salzburger Land. At 1,600 m, Königsleiten is the highest village in the Ziller Valley Arena, and provides especially quick entrance to the ski area. Fun pistes, après ski and cosy mountain lodges make this village especially appealing. Those simply seeking a bit of relaxation will not feel left out. Because whether partying in one of the bars or indulging in the culinary pleasures of the many restaurants, or relaxing in the spa’s indoor pool, the available leisure activities are diverse and fun with something for everyone!


Muhlbach Am Hochkonig

Muhlbach Am Hochkonig

The very original mountain village Mühlbach am Hochkönig is situated on 860 m in the heart of the Salzburger Land. Enjoy a wonderful holiday and collect new strength for your every day life at the foot of Hochkönig. A total of 120 km of broad and perfectly prepared pistes as well as a broad offer of leisure time activities aside from the pistes make Mühlbach an incredily multi-faceted holiday region. Two cultural highlights are the Buwi-Bradl-memorial, reminicent of the Mühlbach ski jumper Joseph Brandl who was the first person to fly over 100 m, and the "Florale Bergschuh" (floral sculpture in the form of a mountain boot) on an altitude of 1,400 m at Dientner Sattel, which is known as the biggest in all of Europe.


Wagrain

Wagrain

Wagrain is located in the heart of the Salzburger Land, at an altitude of 850 m. Even though it's a relatively large and lively resort, it has still maintained a "gemütlich", village feel. Due to its situation at the Flachau/Wagrain ski link, there is a perfect connection to the ski area! Alongside its notable apres ski offering, there are numerous facilities and events for families and children, e.g. the "Wasserwelt Amadé" pool complex. Furthermore, the resort has great ski schools, Internet café, restaurants, sports stores and diverse sports and leisure facilities. Days full of activity are guaranteed in Wagrain - just go on holiday!


Strobl Am Wolfgangsee

Strobl Am Wolfgangsee

General informationStrobl, at an altitude of 542 m, with its 3200 inhabitants lies on the east coast of Lake Wolfgang, and is also close to a skiing area. Nestled in the Lake Wolfgang valley, the area exudes tranquility and cosiness. Strobl is also an ideal starting point for excursions into the Salzkammergut region. You will be amazed by the inspiring Postalm, Zwölferhorn, Schafberg, and Katrinalm mountains.


Annaberg

Annaberg

General InformationAnnaberg is located on 777m above sealevel and has 2500 inhabitants. It offers sports and recreation in a beautiful alpine environment. The charming and picturesque village welcomes families. Situated near Salzburg and the Salzkammergut it is an ideal point of departure for various excursions.


Katschberg

Katschberg

Katschberg ski resort is situated on the border provinces and Sazburg Karnten between two mountains: Katschberg with an elevation of 2,020 m and an altitude of 2,220 Aineck m. Katschberg is a well developed tourist center and very popular due to the 66 km of slopes excellent and very well maintained.


Hof Bei Salzburg

Hof Bei Salzburg

Hof in summerAll is near, all is here! Taking the sun and swimming in the beautiful lakes of the Salzkammergut, sport on and in the water, golf, hiking-tours and only 13 km away from the famous Mozartstadt Salzburg.


St Gilgen

St Gilgen

General informationSt. Gilgen, at an altitude of 542 m and with 3706 inhabitants, is situated in the mountains by a lake. Discover yourself - sport, nature, culture - the variety by Lake St. Wolfgang will make the hearts of all holidaymakers beat a little bit faster.


Dorfgastein

Dorfgastein

Dorfgastein is a town in the district of St. Johann im Pongau in the state of Salzburg, Austria. Dorfgastein resort is part of the Gastein ski area and has access to 38 individual pistes.


Kleinarl

Kleinarl

General informationAt 1014 m above sea level and with 739 inhabitants, Kleinarl is situated in the mountains by a river and a skiing area. The picturesque village - in the middle of the Salzburger mountain region - is an inviting area to walk and to stay. In Kleinarl, walking, horse-riding, biking and mountain climbing - on the edge of the 'Hohe Tauern' national park - are all possible, as well as loads of fun for the children, and all this can be enjoyed amidst tranquil surroundings. Despite its high-altitude location, Kleinarl is only a few minutes from the motorway, 70 km south of Salzburg. Kleinarl offers everything to its guests, - whether young or old, families or singles, - in addition to walks and mountain tours there is a great number of other possibilities, so you can arrange your holiday exactly as the mood takes you.


Anif

Anif

Anif in summerClean water and lakes in drinking quality are waiting for you. Hiking, swimming, biking, etc. will be offered in Anif. Make a walk through the castle and the old town of Salzburg and enjoy also the cultural entertainment.


Abersee

Abersee

Abersee is a name given to the a western end of the Wolfgangsee, a lake in Austria that lies mostly within the state of Salzburg and which is one of the best known lakes in the Salzkammergut resort region. The name ia also associated with the south-western part of the municipality of St. Gilgen.


Lammertal

Lammertal

Lammer Valley and its side valleys, is, next to Salzburg-Hallein basin, one of the two main towns Tennengau (Hallein district) in the province of Salzburg. It lies between the Tennen Mountains, Dachstein massif and Osterhorngruppe.


Siezenheim

Siezenheim

The municipality is located between the city of Salzburg in the east and the Austrian border with Germany in the west. It was established in 1948 by the merger of Wals and Siezenheim, after parts of its territories had been incorporated into the Salzburg city limits.


Muhlbach Im Pinzgau

Muhlbach Im Pinzgau

Mühlbach im Pinzgau is located nicely at the southern foot of the Wildkogel in Oberpinzgau in the Salzburger Land. As a part of the district Bramberg, the resort stretches up to an altitude of 810 metres. Located at the homonymous stream, Mühlbach fascinates with its originality and down-to-earth character. The emerald mining around Mühlbach has ever been a reason for amazement to visitors. As the region once used to be the centre of copper ore mining, you will still find many devises reminding of these times, e.g. the Geological and Mining Resarch Centre or the Forestry Management building. Come and experience the enchanted atmosphere in romantic Mühlbach, at the 2,225 m high Wildkogel.


Werfen

Werfen

The cosy resort Werfen is at an altitude of 540 m. With its cafés and rustic bars, the atmosphere is delightful. A visit to the fortress Hohenwerden, situated atop a 113 m high outcrop and providing splendid views of the surrounding mountain landscape is a must. Another highlight is the Giant Ice World Werfen - the largest ice cave in the world, and a unique natural display of ice and rock. Set apart from the hustle and bustle, you can leave all your troubles behind and fully relax. On a pleasant stroll or perhaps a horse-drawn sleigh ride, forget about the stress of every-day life and enjoy your winter holiday to the fullest. The ''Mozart City'' of Salzburg, just 40 km away, makes a great day-trip where you can stroll through the beautiful city.


Huttau Niedernfritz

Huttau Niedernfritz

Right in the heart of the Salzburger Pongau, located between Bischofshofen and Radstadt, lies the charming village of Hüttau-Niedernfritz, with appox. 1,600 inhabitants. The cosy pensions and quaint hotels, as well as a the traditional inns, welcome all winter guests who come here for a winter holiday experience. The wonderful mountain panorama and the quiet, yet central location of the resort area a perfect basis for any type of holiday. Further, it is perfectly connected to the general infrastructure and therefore is an ideal access point to explore the Salzburger Land for all Alpine winter sports fans, as well as winter hikers. Famous tourist attractions, such as the "Eisriesenwelt" ice cave, the Salzkammergut, the Lichtensteinklamm gorge or the beautiful home town of Mozart - Salzburg - are easily accessible from Hüttau. This romantic location at 709 m altitude is each approx. 20 minutes by car from the local capital St. Johann im Pongau and from the great family ski area Werfenweng. The great Salzburger Sportwelt is even only 15 minutes drive away, via the Tauernautobahn. Approx. 240 km of piste await you there and leave no wishes unfulfilled.


Cities in Innsbruck region

Igls

Igls

General informationIgls with its 2200 inhabitants is situated in the mountains at an altitude of 900 m, just 5 km away from Innsbruck. As the Olympic Winter Games were held twice here (1964 and 1976), Igls is known as a winter sport resort all over the world. For the sporty visitors, IGLS boasts a rich variety of options to choose from: Ski the immaculately groomed slopes and cross country ski tracks. Take an exhilarating toboggan downhill ride. Rush down the Olympic bobsled run. Go for a spin on the natural ice skating rink. Try your hand at Alpine curling. Play a game of tennis or squash. And as a cultural center, many folkloric and cultural events take place in Igls and Innsbruck during the winter season.


Innsbruck

Innsbruck

Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, lies at an altitude of 575 m and has a very nice historical district, as well as a comprehensive cultural programme. Surrounded by the imposing mountain backdrop lies Innsbruck, between the northern range of the Karwendel mountains and the foothills of the Alpine mountain range. It's wonderful to stroll through the lovely streets and narrow lanes here. Sights such as the "Goldene Dachl", a late-gothic bay window laid with 2,657 gilded copper plates, the "Annasäule" column, the Hofburg or a trip to the famous Bergisel jump should not be missed! Ideal and unique for all skiing fans in the cities in alpine regions: public transport easily and conveniently brings you from the inner city to the ski area located only a few kilometres away!


Gotzens

Gotzens

Götzens is a small, romantic resort just 10 km from Innsbruck. The former Olympic ski region from 1964 and 1976 is still an attraction for many guests. It is only 500 m to the Götzens/Mutters ski area, and Axamer Lizum is approx. 10 km away. The village is placed on a sunny terrace and offers a magnificent view of the surrounding mountain scenery. For leisure activities the area leaves nothing to desire! Peace and relaxation can be found on a horse-drawn sleigh ride or during winter hiking and torchlight hiking. If you're into action you will enjoy a night out bowling or on the toboggan run. Furthermore, there is a leisure centre in Axams with a great offer of activities. The Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck invites guests to take advantage of its many shopping opportunities.


Neustift

Neustift

In the heart of the Stubai Valley lies the lively winter sports resort Neustift. The Elfer lifts in Neustift, the Schlick 2000 ski area near Fulpmes and the Stubai glacier with excellently prepared pistes, dreamy deep snow runs, funpark and racetrack all help make the Stubai Valley a top-class wintersports destination. And after a day of skiing, Neustift has even more to offer: first-class après ski locations, bars, pubs and discos to party, the leisure centre with pool and sauna to relax and cosy cafes and restaurants to enjoy. In addition, you'll find an ice rink, as well as bowling alleys for your entertainment.


Seefeld In Tirol

Seefeld In Tirol

With its wide spectrum of activities for the whole family, Seefeld inspires you to enjoy the good life to the full. Take a stroll through the lively pedestrian area with its charming shops, or enjoy an evening of entertainment in the casino or in one of the many restaurants, bars, cafes and nightclubs. Novices, experts and kiddies alike will love the award-winning cross-country ski trails, while Alpine skiers and snowboarders will delight in the three well-developed ski areas around the Rosshütte and Gschwandtkopf. The 18-hole Seefeld-Wildmoos championship golf course and the 9-hole Golfacademy in the village centre, ensure optimum playing pleasure, while the Olympia Sport and Congress Centre and the “Strandperle” bathing area at the Wildsee lake offer the perfect place for a refreshing swim after a day’s hiking in Seefeld’s breathtaking mountain countryside.


Leutasch

Leutasch

This village of about 2,000 souls is located right in the heart of the North Tyrolean Alps. 26 quaint little hamlets form the municipality of Leutasch, which is located in the olympic region of Seefeld in a high valley close to the border to Bavaria/Germany. This village is above all popular due to the typical “Lüftlmalerei”, a handicraft method of wall-painting, which originally comes from Bavaria and Tyrol. This type of paintings involve a fresco-technique applied to freshly laid plaster. A wonderful photo motif!


Axams

Axams

Axams is located in the heart of Tyrol, only 10 km from the city of Innsbruck. The Celtic term “Axams” means “village on an elevation”, which is also illustrated in the emblem of the municipality by a golden mountain.


Mieders

Mieders

How to get thereBy car: via A 12 Inntalautobahn and then A 13 Brennerautobahn til to the exit Stubaital, direction Mieders (extra duty). Duty-free possibility is to take from Innsbruck Süd B 182 Brenner Bundesstraße til exit Schönberg and then to Mieders. By train: to Innsbruck main station and from there a bus to Mieders. By airplane: the nearest airports are Innsbruck and Munich.


Oberperfuss

Oberperfuss

A panoramic view over the Inn Valley, traditional village charm and nativeness - this is what makes the mountain village Oberperfuss what it is. At an altitude of 812 m, with its local mountain the Rangger Köpfl (1,939 m) and its proximity to Innsbruck, it is a great holiday destination for winter sports fans. If you want to spend your holiday away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist spots, this is the perfect place with its family-friendly size ski area directly on the doorstep. Oberperfuss may be small with its 3,000 inhabitants, but from a culinary and sporty point of view, it has a lot to offer. A hiking paradise with 184 km of winter hiking trails can be found right there and a 10 km natural toboggan run makes for good fun away from the pistes. In the evenings, holiday makers can enjoy regional specialities made from local produce.


Steinach

Steinach

General information1050 m above sea level 4272 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, by a skiing area


Thaur

Thaur

At an altitude of 633 m is the idyllic resort surrounded by a unique mountain landscape at the foot of the Nordkette. Thaur is located only 10 km from Innsbruck. The idyllic resort, where tradition is upheld, is not only home to Thaur nativity carvers, but is also known as Tyrol's ''largest vegetable garden.'' Through its cultural programme in particular, the cosy village sets itself apart from the usual winter sports resorts. Still remaining from the trademark of the resort, the castle of Thaur, are only ruins. At the nearby Glugezer, you will find a beautiful ski area with mostly middle-difficult slopes. After a strenuous day on the piste, various restaurants and coffee houses invite you in to relax and unwind.


Lans

Lans

How to get thereBy car: you take the motorway to exit Innsbruch Ost and from there the local road direction Aldrand or Igls. By train: to Innsbruck and from there you have evvery hour a bus or tram-connection to Lans. By airplane: the nearest airport is Innsbruck.


Kolsassberg

Kolsassberg

The cosy, peaceful mountain village of Kolsassberg is located at an altitude of 906 m and lies nestled between the Karwendel mountain range and the Tux Alps, between the Olympic town of Innsbruck and the lovely Ziller Valley. The tradition-rich village invites you in to rest and relax, but also to partake in extensive winter strolls and ski on superbly prepared pistes. The elevated location of Kolsassberg offers you an imposing panorama of the Inn Valley as well as the surrounding mountain ranges. Also the close proximity to Innsbruck offers a perfect opportunity to go on lovely daytrip.


Matrei Am Brenner

Matrei Am Brenner

Matrei am Brenner este un oraș mic, situat în partea de sud a Innsbruck, la cca 17 km.  


Ellbogen

Ellbogen

General informationLying 1070 m above sea level with a population of 970, Ellbögen is situated far away from any traffic. Despite this location, many interesting places are within reach: Tyrol's capital Innsbruck (approx. 12 km away); the medieval city of 'Hall', once known for its salt-mining; and Mozart's home-town Salzburg fullfill everyone's expectations, whether your interests lie in shopping, culture, nature or sports. South Tyrol and Bavaria are also close regions to visit, or you may wish to visit the Hinterloch mill, situated on the Hinterloch hiking path, where you can take part in a guided tour or watch a milling show. With its south-facing location and genuine rural character, Ellbögen is an ideal place for relaxation.


Zirl

Zirl

The market town of Zirl, located only 10 km from Innsbruck, boasts a popular climbing area, the so-called Martinswand. The component localities Zirl, Zirl Bahnhof, Hochzirl, Eigenhofen and Dirschenbach form the municipality of Zirl. Also the popular climbing area Martinswand, the Ehnbachklamm gorge as well as parts of the Nordkette mountain chain belong to the municipal territory. The village was first mentioned in 799 AD. But due to its location at the Roman road Via Claudia Augusta, already in early times Zirl represented an important traffic junction.


Cities in Carinthia region

Bad Kleinkirchheim

Bad Kleinkirchheim

In midst of a valley of the Gurk Valley Alps, between the Upper Gurk Valley and the Millstätter Lake, at approx. 1,100 m altitude, lies the tiny resorts Bad Kleinkirchheim and St. Oswald. Bad Kleinkirchheim is not only a climatic spa resort with healing baths, but also belongs to the most popular winter sports resorts in Austria. Since 1978 FIS World Cup Ski Championships have been held here regularly, latest in in January 2012. Enjoy a relaxing winter holiday in midst of wonderful, natural surroundings and indulge in the culinary specialities of the region. Or just explore the surrounding winter landscape which offers diverse, entertaining and enjoyable descents. Warm sunshine, snow-covered mountains and vast blue skies let a skier's heart beat faster! The modern thermal baths, which have brought the resort an accreditation as Alpine spa resort, offer the perfect contrast for relaxing after a long day on the piste.


Ossiach Am See

Ossiach Am See

General informationOssiach, with only 753 inhabitants the main holiday resort on the south shores of lake 'Ossiacher See' (510 m altitude), caters for all needs! On the one hand there is stunning mountain scenery, unspoiled landscape, crystal-clear waters, and on the other hand the town boasts a magnificent, baroque-style Benedictine Abbey dating back to the 11th century, and offers a wide range of culture activities, such as the 'Carinthischer Sommer' events, concerts by gifted musicians, and a lot more.


Seeboden Am Millstattersee

Seeboden Am Millstattersee

General informationSeeboden am Millstätter See (580 m above sea level; 5511 inhabitants), the market town on the western side of the Millstätter lake (13 km²), offers an excellent holiday environment for the whole family. The coastal cafés, restaurants and bars attract people not only on mild summer nights. Seeboden - a part of the 'northernmost bathing beach in Italy.'


Heiligenblut

Heiligenblut

Heiligenblut (1,301 m) lies at the foot of the Großglockner at the upper end of the Möll Valley in the Hohe Tauern National Park. As the adjoining Großglockner high alpine road is closed in the winter, the small alpine town is free of through traffic, which adds to the peaceful atmosphere. In addition to the snowy fun in the ski area, every holidaymaker will find a suitable form of entertainment in Heiligenblut, from the indoor pool to the tobogganing run, and ice skating rink, as well as cosy cafes and restaurants right through to après ski bars and discos. Here you will find (almost) everything. The ski crèche "Snowland" ensures that there is a lot of fun to be had for the kids too. Finally, winter hiking trails invite you to savour and relax in the enchanting landscape.


Obervellach

Obervellach

Located in the middle Mölltal valley, surrounded by mountain peaks over 3000 m, Obervellach resort has attractive tourist offer, it is the ideal starting point for hikes in the Hohe Tauern National Park.


Dobriach

Dobriach

Döbriach is a ski resort in Carinthia, Austria. The village is famous for its winter sports, tourism concerns of the main source of income.


Großkirchheim

Großkirchheim

General informationGrosskirchheim, lying 1024 m above sea level, is situated in the mountains, by a river, and has 1604 inhabitants. Nestled in one of the biggest conservation areas in mid-Europe, the idyllic community of Grosskirchheim lies with Döllach at its centre. Here you can completely forget the hectic pace of everyday life - and let yourself be enraptured by the beauty of nature. There are many opportunities for your holiday days in the Alps to turn into unique, unforgettable experiences. From guided walks, mountain and wildlife tours, to traditional horseback trecking through the 'Hohe Tauern' national park.


Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt is the capital of the federal state of Carinthia in Austria and is situated on the river Glan. Lived first in XII century, now has a population of approximately 100,000 inhabitants. The economic capital, cultural and historic region of Carinthia. It is famous as a mountain vacation spot, both south and north, numerous parks and a series of 23 castles on the periphery. During summer, the city hosts the festival Altstadtzauber (Magic Old Forts). Town square was built in 1518. At first it was outside the old city walls, the family founded Spanheim.


Flattach

Flattach

Flattach in summerThe 'Großglockner' cycle path, over 50 km long, offers cyclists the opportunity to visit the different communities in the Möll valley. For those cyclists who are a little out of practice, there is the possibility of being taken by bus to the starting point of a pathway which is downhill all the way through the Möll valley to Möllbrücke. Enjoy the surrounded mountains by walking or hiking or climbing - you will be inspired.


Bodensdorf

Bodensdorf

General informationBodensdorf has 3500 inhabitants and is situated 504 m above sea level, in the mountains and close to a lake and a ski resort. The peacefulness of the mountains, the gentle lake coastlines, pure nature and varied leisure opportunities - the whole variety is reflected in the 'Ossiacher See' region, lying in the heart of Carinthia. The 'Ossiacher' lake, the third biggest in Carinthia, is a true paradise for water fun. Those who love mountains can enjoy the the view over Carinthia from the 'Gerlitze' alps.


Rennweg

Rennweg

Rennweg is located in the Katschtal, the upper part of the valley of the Lieser River, a tributary of the Drava. Its location on the Katschberg Straße (B99) highway near the Katschbergtunnel, connecting the states of Salzburg and Carinthia, gives its citizens and travelers access to the Tauern Autobahn (A 10). The Katschberg mountain area is considered one of the largest skiing resorts in Carinthia bringing much of Rennweg's reputation.


Dollach

Dollach

Nestled in one of the largest nature reserves in Central Europe, the Hohe Tauern National Park, lies the idyllic town of Döllach (1,024 m), which belongs to the community of Großkirchheim. The resort's landmark is the homonymous castle with integrated museum. The ski area of Heiligenblut is only approx. 10 km away. Skiers and snowboarders are sure to get their money's worth here. Anyone looking for off-piste variety has various recreational activities in Döllach to choose from. From a skating rink to tobogganing runs, right through to walkways and hiking trails; there's something for everyone. Snowy forests, cleared winter hiking paths and cross-country trails invite you to partake in romantic strolls or tour along the mountain rivers. The conviviality in Döllach is especially loved, and you can spoil yourself with culinary treats.


Villach

Villach

Especially known for its thermal springs, the spa is located 3 kilometres from the town of Villach, and 501 metres above the sea level. What's more, it lies by the river Drau and close to popular skiing areas and the Ossiacher and Faaker lakes. Getting there is easy; by car from Germany, Italy and Slovenia, by train as there is a direct connection, or by plane – Klagenfurt Airport is 40 kilometres away. The region of Villach offers you plenty of activities all-year-round.


Velden Am Worthersee

Velden Am Worthersee

General informationVelden am Wörthersee, with 8500 inhabitants, is a real experience in all four seasons, and lies - 440 m above sea level - directly by Lake Wörther. The sporting and leisure activities are practically limitless. And if you're still full of energy in the evenings, then you can try your luck in the casino or dance into the early hours of the morning in the discos and bars.


Carinthia

Carinthia

Carinthia este stat vechi al Austriei, iarna este faimos pentru locațiile de ski și lacurile pitorești (Wörthersee, Millstätter See, Ossiacher See și Faaker See). Venirea constantă a turiștilor a dus la dezvoltarea rapidă a zonei, unde se găsesc unele dintre cele mai bune lanțuri hoteliere.


Portschach

Portschach

Pörtschach am Wörthersee is a municipality in the district of Klagenfurt-Land in Carinthia, Austria. It is a summer resort and city set on Lake Wörth. Pörtschach is located at 446-702 meters above sea level on the northern shore of Lake Wörth, about 14 km (8,7mile) west of Carinthia's capital Klagenfurt. Municipality is divided into two communities of Pörtschach cadastral and Sallach lake. City is unique city on Lake Wörth Pörtschach.


Hermagor

Hermagor

District of Hermagor is an administrative region of Kärnten, Austria. Hermagor comprises seven communities among which is one city (Hermagor-Pressegger See), two fairs: Kirchbach (Kärnten) and Kötschach-Mauthen and villages: Dellach (Gailtal) Gitschtal, Lesachtal and St. Stefan im Gailtal.


Klopeiner See

Klopeiner See

Lake Klopein is a lake near the town of Völkermarkt located within the municipality of Sankt Kanzian in Carinthia, Austria. Lake Klopein is the remaining lake of previously larger lake area, which has spanned over todays Kühnsdorf area. With water temperatures reaching 29 °C it is among the warmest lakes in the Alpic region.


Feldkirchen

Feldkirchen

General informationFeldkirchen, with its 13900 inhabitants, is situated at an altitude of 550 m by a river and a lake. The old craftsmen's town lies in the heart of Carinthia, nestled between the 'Klagenfurt' basins in the south and the 'Nock' mountains in the north. The rolling landscape around Feldkirchen and the warm bathing lake offer many opportunities for the young and old alike.


Hermagor Nassfeld

Hermagor Nassfeld

Hermagor is situated at 602 m above sea level in the province of Carinthia. The community has 7.232 inhabitants and covers an area of 204,84 km². Sights to see in the community of Hermagor-Pressegger See are the Möderndorf Castle, the Museum of Local History and the Biedermeier Lerchenhof Castle, which has been listed with the National Trust since 1939. In the past few years Hermagor has developed into a two-seasonal tourism destination. The concept of sustainable summer tourism has been successfully implemented around Lake Pressegger See, one of the warmest lakes in Austria. In winter the Naßfeld skiing area belongs to one of the “top 10 skiing areas” in Austria and has become Carinthia’s biggest skiing area.


Spittal An Der Drau

Spittal An Der Drau

General information556 m above sea level 16,226 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, by a river


St Urban

St Urban

In the heart of Carinthia lies the popular family and relaxation resort St. Urban. With its close proximity to the Urban lake, the idyllic town offers clean mountain air, a wonderful natural scenery and numerous possibilities for activities. It is worth a visit at every time of the year. Especially for families with small children and beginners on skis, the 7 km distant ski area "Simonshöhe" is well suited. Various easy to intermediate pistes promise wonderful winter entertainment for all guests. Enjoy your holiday in this beautiful area and let all the different impressions sink in. Even the culinary desires can be fulfilled here, as many Carinthian specialities and regional wines can be tasted in many places.


Millstatt Am See

Millstatt Am See

General informationThe charming town of Millstatt lies at a sea level of 588 m. This historical town is blessed with a mild southern climate, green woods, rolling hills and of course, the crystal clear waters of Millstätter See. With 3270 inhabitants it is still classed as a small village, this however, doesn't stop it from boasting some of the most remarkable land marks and Roman ruins yet to be seen. Millstatt is perfect for the culturally interested, the active and for families. A wonderful place to relax, enjoy nature or to undertake sporting activities that you don't usually have time for.


Faak Am See

Faak Am See

General informationFaak is at the Faaker Lake at 560 m above sealevel and has 8000 inhabitants. Visitors to the Faaker See region are greeted with truly stunning views and vistas: the turquoise waters of the lake that gently stroke the small island, and the bizarre rocks of Mittagskogel in the background contribute to a truly romantic atmosphere. Varied holidays are guaranteed, as there are so many things to do and see! You can either head for the mountains or spend a relaxing day by the lake, or take a swim in the crystal-clear water. Also the cabriolet meeting, the European bike week and the castle Finkenstein are there to have fun.


Oberaichwald

Oberaichwald

General informationOberaichwald is located close to the Faaker See, in a pictorial environment. Calm country life is connected there with high comfort.


Seelach

Seelach

Amidst a wonderful landscape lies the district of Seelach, which belongs to St. Kanzei, directly on the edge of Lake Klopein. As the lake is known as one of the warmest in the summer months to swim in, it enjoys much popularity in the region. During the winter months however, the lake is frozen thick, which makes it ideal for ice skating or just provides a wonderful view. The idyllic resort, far away from all the stress of everyday life, offers pure relaxation. Numerous hiking trails invite you to explore the magnificent landscape as well as the Petzen mountain with its 2,126 m.


Kotschach Mauthen

Kotschach Mauthen

Kötschach-Mauthen is a market town in the district of Hermagor in Carinthia in Austria. The municipality lies 34 km (21 mi) in the west of Hermagor at the transition of the upper Gail Valley into the Lesachtal, between the Gailtal and Carnic Alps. It is located at an important road junction: in the north, the highway leads up to Gailberg Saddle and the market town of Oberdrauburg, in the south to Plöcken Pass on the Carinthian border with the Carnian region of Friuli, Italy.


Berg Im Drautal

Berg Im Drautal

Berg im Drautal in summerBerg and its surrounding are a paradise for hikers. The area offers 300 km hiking-routes with different levels. You can go hiking near the river Drau, on alps, through villages or high-alpine tours. Different theme-hiking tours like the 'Hochrindlweg', 'Kulturweg', 'Wachholderweg', 'Hubertusweg',... are offered. Biking along the 'Drautalradweg' will give aou new energy. Along the bike-route there are many sight-seeings, various areas (lakes, lawns, rivers,...) and you can make different excursions. The 'Emberger Alm' is a secret-hint for paraflyers - you will appreciate it. Or what's about golf? Berg im Drautal offers a 9-hole golf-court. And your childeren will surley be inspired by a visit to the adventure-bath, which offers sporting-area, children-area, adventue-area, lawn, beachvolleyball, buffet,.....


Mortschach

Mortschach

The lovely resort Mörtschach is situated at an altitude of 950 m, between the imposing Grossglockner Massive, the Lienz Dolomites, the Schober Massif and the Kreuzeck Massif. You can either relax and gather your strength or go on an exploratory tour in the heart of the natural surroundings. With a total area of approx. 1,856 km², the Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest nature preserve in the Alps and includes impressive glaciers and rock faces. There are also many interesting day trip destinations near Mörtschach, e.g. the church in Heiligenblut, the Franz-Josefs-Höhe, the Astener Moor or the charming small town of Lienz, with its numerous shopping opportunities.


St. Georgen Am Langsee

St. Georgen Am Langsee

How to get thereBy car: from munich you take the Tauernautobahn, from Vienna the Südautobahn. By train: the nearest railway station is St. Veit an der Glan, from there you take a taxi or bus. By airplane: in a distance of 18 km you will find the airport of Klagenfurt.


Winklern Iselsberg

Winklern Iselsberg

General informationAt an altitude of 967 m and with 1185 inhabitants, Winklern lies directly at the foot of the Iselsberg mountain, at the boarder between eastern Tyrol and the beatiful Mölltal valley in Carinthia. It is surrounded by the mountains of the 'Hohe Tauern' nature reserve, on the sunny side of the valley. Here you will find a cultural landscape, the variety of which you will find very impressive: mountain farmhouses, mills and many cultural, historic buildings shape this national park community. Due to its central location, you have access to innumeable excursion destinations in the immediate vicinity, as well as the use of the entire sporting opportunities of the eastern Tyrol and Upper Carinthia. Your favourite activity is bound to be available here.


Turracher Hohe

Turracher Hohe

General informationThe Turracher Höhe, with its 62 inhabitants, lies 1763 m above sea level. The extensive sporting opportunities available in the immediate vicinity defines the Turracher Höhe. You will be amazed by the beauty of 'Nockberge' mountains, the gently rolling landscape with its large expanses of Zirben forest, and the three mountain lakes. Just as varied as the leisure opprtunities are the choices of accommodation, from private pensions and farmhouse hosts to a castle hotel and two other 4* hotels. So there is nothing getting in the way of a perfect holiday here, whether spent being active or merely relaxing.



Cities in Alpii Kitzbuhel region

Kirchberg Bei Kitzbuhel

Kirchberg Bei Kitzbuhel

Romantically set in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps lies the cosy town of Kirchberg at an altitude of 837 m. It could also be referred to as "Kitzbühel's little sister", although it is in no way inferior when counting the number of overnight stays. The town centre is very nicely designed and has little traffic. A small pedestrian zone invites you to a peaceful afternoon of shopping and strolling, and the town even offers some après ski with its various discos, bars and pubs. Anyone wanting to experience the unique Kitzbühel feeling should not miss a trip to the pedestrian zone there. Kirchberg is especially ideal for families and beginners, and the new 3S gondola offers the perfect connection to the ski areas of Jochberg and Pass Thurn. There is nothing to get in the way of an exciting ski safari!


Kitzbuhel

Kitzbuhel

In the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps, nestled between the Kitzbüheler Horn and the Hahnenkamm, lies the world-famous winter sports resort Kitzbühel at an altitude of 760 m. Experience first-hand the international flair of the romantic village at the foot of the Hahnenkamm mountain, scene of the legendary Hahnenkamm ski race. Numerous cafés, restaurants, shops and boutiques invite you to stroll and shop. Whether you seek top fashion or leisure clothes, exclusive jewellery or traditional handicrafts, you are sure to find the right souvenir in Kitzbühel. International celebrities also love coming to Kitzbühel, not only for its first-rate ski area, but also to experience the unique après ski. Find fun and relaxation in the Aquarena, or get your thrills in the casino. Aurach enjoys an ideal location between the ski areas of Jochberg and Hahnenkamm, which can be reached in a few minutes with the free ski bus.


St. Johann In Tirol

St. Johann In Tirol

How to get thereBy car:Inntal motorway A12 from Kufstein to Innsbruck, exit Kufstein Sud (toll-free coming from the north) or Worgl Ost, continue via federal road B312; coming from Innsbruck Inntal motorway A 12 to exit Wörgl Ost, and then local road B 312; from the west west-motorway A 1 to exit Lofer and then local road to St. Johann. By train: St. Johann in Tirol is an express train station. By plane: the nearest airport is in Innsbruck or Salzburg.


Fierberbrunn

Fierberbrunn

The idyllic town of Fieberbrunn (790 m) lies in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps. As the largest resort in Pillerseetal, there are free buses available daily to take you to all surrounding villages. Due to the connection with the neighbouring Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang, as well as the ski areas of Zell am See/Kaprun, Fieberbrunn has been promoted to the "Champions League of Winter Sports in the Alpine Region". After a long day on the piste, you can stop in at one of the apres ski bars or restaurants. Off-piste, the holidaymaker has a broad spectrum of recreational activities, from paragliding right to a whole sauna village.


Brixen Im Thale

Brixen Im Thale

Brixen in Thale (794 m) is one of the oldest settlements in Tyrol and is dotted with traditional farms and mountain huts. Surrounded by the Wilder Kaiser's unique mountain landscape and the Kitzbühel Alps, Brixen is an excellent winter sport resort. The narrow lanes in Brixen's old village centre invite you on a leisurely walk. Various shops, cafés and a diverse selection of leisure activities ensure entertainment all day for young and old. In the evening you can dine to your heart's content in one of the restaurants or party in the bars and discos. Via two gondolas Brixen is now directly connected to the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser. Additionally, Brixen's winter guests will find a sprawling network of cross-country trails and a superb cross-country track at high-altitude directly in the ski area.


Kirchdorf In Tirol

Kirchdorf In Tirol

The romantic and family-friendly holiday paradise Kirchdorf is situated in the heart of the Wilder Kaiser mountain landscape and the Kitzbühel Alps, which has kept the charm of a typical Tyrolean mountain village, for many centuries now.. At 640 m, the romantic resort offers all types of relaxation, including personalised notes and heart-felt hospitality! The sunny Kaiser trails attract cross-country skiers and hikers, and numerous prepared winter hiking paths run past cosy guest houses. A special end to an eventful winter day can be enjoyed at the WellnessCenter Kaiserquell. The modern facility offers an innovative vitality and bathing area, saunas, a massage area and comprehensive service for your well-being.


Westendorf

Westendorf

General informationWesterndorf, at an altitude of 800 m, 3400 inhabitants, has received the accolade 'the prettiest village in Europe'. Located at the centre of the Brixental valley, on a sunny plateau in the middle of the Kitzbüheler alps, Westerndorf offers an unspoilt natural backdrop in unison with a modern, tourist-orientated infrastructure.


Jochberg

Jochberg

The quaint Alpine village Jochberg is located in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps and is surrounded by the loveliest of nature. The ski area is located directly infront of the door and offers many lovely descents! But also away from the pistes there is a very diverse offer of activities: sports, culture and culinary specialities create the perfect balance in diversity. So will find an entertaining weekly programme including guided winter hikes, via moonlight tours right up to entertainment evenings. The idyllic mountain jewel is waiting to welcome you!


Kossen

Kossen

Only a few kilometres from the German border, you will find the popular holiday region Kaiserwinkl, with its main resort Kössen (589 m). The cosy Tyrolean village is located north of the Unterberghorn and offers everything a winter sports fan’s heart desires. Kössen is especially suited for families and relaxed skiers, as well as for cross-country skiers. The self-named “family ski area” doesn’t only offer fun on the slopes: The lively centre invites guests to take a stroll or visit restaurants or cafes. Cosy huts are perfect for bringing the evening to an end. Action freaks can take advantage of snow tubing or paragliding, as well.


Waidring

Waidring

How to get thereBy car: From the north: Take the A8 motorway Munich - Oberaudorf (toll-free) - then from Kössen - Erpfendorf - Waidring (travelling time from Munich to Waidring approx. 1,5 hrs). From the west: Vienna - Salzburg - in the direction of Lofer, Kitzbühel (travelling time Vienna - Waidring approx. 3,5 hrs). By train: The nearest train-station is in St. Johann/Tyrol, then take the bus to Waidring. By plane: the nearest airports are in Salzburg (47 km) or Munich (150 km).


Going Am Wilden Kaiser

Going Am Wilden Kaiser

At the foot of the Astberg (1,267 m), surrounded by the Kitzbüheler Alps in the south, as well as the Wilder Kaiser in the North, is Going at 800 m altitude. The typically Tyrolean village has retained its special charm and invites you to relax. The Wilder Kaiser towers majestically over the resort, and some claim that the mountain range is at its loveliest here. Skiers will find a tremendous range of pistes on the mountain ridge from Astberg to Hohe Salve. The Going village church, dominating the townscape, is one of the loveliest rococo churches in Austria. A further highlight in Going: The famous Stanglwirt not only entices the in-crowd from Munich and Vienna, but is mainly known for its "Weißwurst" parties.


Schwendt

Schwendt

The romantic village of Schwendt lies at an altitude of around 700 m in the Kaiserwinkl holiday region. It is the nearest to the flanks of the Wilder Kaiser and is towered over by the Unterberghorn (1,773 m). Instead of mass tourism, here you will experience pure relaxation and rest. There are no large hotels, rather cosy, familiar pensions. The corresponding ski area Unterberghorn is easily reached from neighbouring Kössen (approx. 5 km) and has more then 30 kilometres of piste and 10 lifts, which transport you to the dominantly easy to medium runs. The rustic taverns offer a homelike and relaxed atmosphere and invite you in to feast and savour.


Reith Bei Kitzbuhel

Reith Bei Kitzbuhel

General informationVisitors feel like a king in this splendid panorama. Steep rocks, forrests, meadows full of wild flowers - this is Reith near Kitzbühel - the perfect holiday for everybody! The village is located directly at the skiing area, in 800 m and has 1430 inhabitants.


Erpfendorf

Erpfendorf

General information631 m above sea level 943 inhabitants


Hochfilzen

Hochfilzen

General informationHochfilzen, lying 1000 m above sea level and with 1100 inhabitants, is situated in the mountains close to a skiing area. Hochfilzen is a mountain village with an ideal high-altitude location and healthy climate in the middle of the Kitzbüheler Alps, the 'Leoganger' and the 'Loferer' moutains. It is also the venue of international biathlon events.


Aschau

Aschau

In the heart of the Zillertal lies the idyllic resort Aschau, between Kaltenbach and Zell am Ziller. The small, quiet village comprises the main part Aschau and some farm years and single houses along the mountain sides and valley basin. The central location is ideal for every skier, because from here you have the choice between 2 fantastic ski areas: Hochfügen-Hochzillertal and the Zillertal Arena, which are perfectly accessible via the free ski bus service. A special highlight is the new, illuminated valley descent. The toboggan run Lengstein is also illuminated and offer fun and action for the little ones. Tranquillity and relaxation can be found on an idyllic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the wintry landscape or in a sociable round in of the many, cosy mountain huts.


Hollersbach

Hollersbach

Set within the awesome backdrop of the Hohe Tauern, with the icy pyramid of the Großvenediger (3,798 m), lies the community of Hollersbach. The perfect connection to the ski area with 185 kilometres of piste and 57 lifts is ensured with the 8-seater gondola "Panoramabahn Kitzbüheler Alpen" - connection to Kitzbühel and the Ziller Valley ski region included! Numerous bars and huts invite you in to excellent après ski and in the evenings the international party scene entices you to Kitzbühel! Further excursions can be made to the waterfalls in Krimml, which freeze into fascinating ice cascades in winter, as well as to the observatory and planetarium in Königsleiten.


Pass Thurn

Pass Thurn

The Pass Thurn is located at 1,274 m altitude in the Kitzbühel Alps. The closest located resorts in the valley which connects Tyrol with Pinzgau, are Kitzbühel in the north and Mittersill in the south. The Alpine pass, which was formed by glaciers in the last ice age, is ideal for all enthusiasts of cross-country skiing and therefore provides a very special experience. At 1,250 m altitude lies the 10 km Hochmoor panoramic trail, which offers not only a great view of the Hohe Tauern but also romantic, white forests which emit a wonderful feeling of tranquillity. Skier and snowboarders will also find an ideal access point to the ski area of Kitzbühel here: the chair lift "Resterhöhe" takes you up the mountain in the blink of an eye. From Hollersbach you can take the panorama lift up to the mountain station.


Cities in Gasteiner Valley region

Bad Hofgastein

Bad Hofgastein

Bad Hofgastein (857 m) is located in the centre of Gastein Valley. The historical centre with lovely pedestrian zone doesn't only offer shopping opportunities, but is dotted with traditional hotels, which offer maintained hospitality as well as thermal baths. Bad Hofgastein is particularly prominent, due to its Alpine thermal baths: a total of 6 thermal baths, saunas and even its own mountain lake are waiting to be discovered! A large variety of sport and leisure activities round off the selection. Those looking for a good mix of relaxation and winter sport fun, are definitely at the right place here!


Bad Gastein

Bad Gastein

The charming resort Bad Gastein lies in the heart of the national park Hohe Tauern, at approx. 1,002 altitude, in midst of the Salzburger Land. The landmark of this spa and winter sports resort is the Gastein Waterfalls, which cascade down over an impressive 200 m and which has inspired many painters and poets in the past: Furthermore it is also a great attraction for ice climbers. Along the steep alleys on the mountain side, many Grand Hotels from the time of the Emperor's reign, as well as countless buildings from the Belle Epoque dominate the resort's appearance. Winter dreams come true here: The extensive offer of sports and leisure time activities, combined with numerous spa offers and treatments, guarantee a very special holiday experience. Already in 1958 the Graukogel was host of the Alpine Ski World Championship. Those who are looking to spend some time away from the first-class ski area, can stroll by the many boutiques and shops. The connection tunnel between the valley station and the futuristic complex of the Rock Thermal Baths is also worth seeing. Never mind if skier, snowboarder, cross-country enthusiasts or just on the look-out for relaxation - in this resort there is surely something for everyone!


Cities in Molltal Glacier region

Mallnitz Molltal Glacier

Mallnitz Molltal Glacier

The lovely resort Mallnitz provides excellent value for the price, and is thus destined for great things! At an altitude of about 1,200 m at the foot of the Ankogel (3,252 m), one of the tallest mountains in Carinthia. The infrastructure in the hospitable resort is perfectly geared toward winter holidays. With its small-town charm, Mallnitz is an ideal spot for families and those seeking relaxation.And in culinary terms, the mountain offers total diversity. At the edge of the Mölltal Glacier at 2,800 m you'll find the highest winter garden in all of Carinthia and the panorama restaurant ''Eissee''. The enormous construction of steel and glass bethrones the so-called eternal ice, and reflects in its glass surfaces the mountain world from the Schareck over the Sonnblick all the way to the Lienzer Dolomites. The menu also ''mirrors'' the delicacies of Carinthia as well as international cuisine. This ''glass palace'' is also easily accessible for non-skiers via the Glacier Express and the Eissee gondola.


Cities in Styria region

Semmering

Semmering

All roads lead to Semmering Viennese Alps - winter resort par excellence, full of charm and summer, known since the days of empire. Good people come here and breathtaking scenery remained the same after the passing of years, waiting to delight another generation of viewers, and other mountain lovers of pure nature.


Ramsau a. Dachstein

Ramsau a. Dachstein

General information1150 m above sea level 2709 inhabitants Location: in the mountains, close to a skiing area


Schladming

Schladming

General informationSchladming, with its 5000 inhabitants, lies 750 m above sea level and is located in the mountains, near to a river and a skiing area. The westernmost town of Styria, Schladming is the centre of the Dachstein-Tauern region, which boasts the most beautiful mountainous landscapes in Austria. Because of this, Schladming is also a well-loved holiday resort.


St. Lambrecht

St. Lambrecht

Sankt Lambrecht is a municipality in the District of Murau, Styria, Austria, and the highest market town in the state (1028 meters above sea level) on the Thajagraben, the Styrian-Carinthian border mountain. Trades practiced in Sankt Lambrecht are woodworking (windows, furniture, chairs), a dynamite factory (explosives, military products), and tourism. St. Lambrecht's Abbey is one of the most important Benedictine monasteries in Austria and lies in the Grebenzen nature reserve The earliest sign of the monks is documented in 1076. Worth seeing are the Benedictine monastery (established 1096) and the Gothic monastery church (rebuilt in 1421). During World War II the town housed two of the sub-camps of the infamous Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp, one for male inmates and one for females.


Graz

Graz

City University of Graz, the second largest after Vienna, the capital of the federal state of Styria (Steiermark) and sits on the River Mur in southeastern Austria. Due to its position south east of the Alps, Graz is protected by western winds, which makes the weather in Graz have Mediterranean influences. Being placed in a tank with an opening to the south, Graz advantage of a warmer climate. Graz is a city with an undeniable charm and a trendy element rather surprising. Architecture dotted around the city of Graz is occasionally some strange buildings, and nothing can be more unexpected as the Kunsthaus (Art House) which at first seems like a bubble suspended.


Grobming

Grobming

Saalfelden has approximately 17,000 inhabitants and Madinat Isa in 2000. Saalfelden is full of wonderful scenery, a superb mountain range, a combination of mountains of stone and grass.


Tauplitz

Tauplitz

General informationTauplitz, lying between 900 and 2000 m above sea level, has 1072 inhabitants and is situated on a plateau, surrounded by the peaks of the 'Totes Gebirge' mountain range. Take in the beauty of the landscape in the area, and feel the effect of the fresh air. Relax and wind down. You can become at one with nature here, both in summer, when you can enjoy the blossoming meadows, and in winter, when the deeply snow-covered countryside is particularly enchanting. Tauplitz lies amidst the 'Totes Gebirge' mountains, and to the south a skiing and walking paradise is to be found, bordered by the 'Kalkstock Grimming' mountain (2351 m). Worth seeing above all else is the 6-lake high alpine plateau, the 'Tauplitzalm' pasture, or the 'Tauplitz' waterfall.


Bad Blumau

Bad Blumau

General informationBlumau (1490 inhabitants) is situated in the lovely landscape of the hill country in eastern Styria. Blumau is renowned as a health resort and spa town for its mild climate. It offers a wide range of recreational and sports facilities. Furthermore you will find restaurants offering plain fare, cafés and cosy "Buschenschenken" (typical Styrian wine bars).


St. Lorenzen Ob Murau

St. Lorenzen Ob Murau

General information820 m above sea level 1000 inhabitants Location: by a skiing area



Bad Mitterndorf

Bad Mitterndorf

General informationBad Mitterndorf (3035 inhabitants) is located at 812m above sealevel in the Salzkammergut region, which has a long tradition as a summer resort and is well-known for the beauty of the landscape. In addition, Bad Mitterndorf offers thermal springs and mud. So whether you go for the healthy side or just want to enjoy an active holiday in unspoiled nature and fresh air, in Bad Mitterndorf it's all there for you.


Pichl Bei Schladming

Pichl Bei Schladming

General informationPichl, with its 900 inhabitants, lies 800 m above sea level and is located in the mountains, next to a river and the skiing area. The westernmost location of Styria, makes part of the centre of the Dachstein-Tauern region, which boasts the most beautiful mountainous landscapes in Austria. Because of this, Pichl/Mandling is also a well-loved holiday resort.


Bad Waltersdorf

Bad Waltersdorf

General informationBad Waltersdorf (2000 inhabitants) lies in between the gentle hills of the thermal region of Styria on 290m above sea level. It is Austria's most recently set up spa an is regarded as a model village in the field of ecology because of the many initiatives taken to protect natural resources. Various sport and leisure facilities, events and sights in the whole region make for an unforgettable holiday.


Mariazell

Mariazell

General informationMariazell (at an altitude of 868 - 1266 m), one of Europes most renowned places of pilgrimage, looks back to a rich history of art and culture. Besides the basilica, many churches and holy places, much more is to be found in this small village with its 1947 inhabitants. Enjoy a nostalgic train ride on the famous 'Mariazellerbahn' train and the amazing views of the surrounding mountains. Landscape, fauna and flora present themselves in manifold variations and colours. Fountains, rivers and lakes invite the visitor for sports and recreation. Adventurers, nature lovers and those who prefer town life will all enjoy themselves here. Bruck, a town of cultural interest, and Kapfenberg, the economic and sporting centre of Upper Styria, constitute a vivid contrast to the idyll and diversity of nature.


Rohrmoos

Rohrmoos

General informationRohrmoos bei Schladming, lying between 760 and 2863 m above sea level, is situated in the mountains and has 1450 inhabitants. The far-reaching area of ROHRMOOS-UNTERTAL, in the heart of the sport region Schladming/Dachstein-Tauern, stretches from the 'Niederen Tauern' high mountain region to the mountain town of Schladming. In summer the area is an alpine walking area, in winter an ideal resort for a winter holiday.


Haus Im Ennstal

Haus Im Ennstal

General informationAt an altitude of 740 m, Haus, with its 2500 inhabitants, lies by a stream at the foot of a mountain. Together with Aich and Gössenberg, Haus - seeped in tradition - is in the winter time one of the most beautiful places in Styria. Village life in the mountains - where everybody knows your name!


Bad Radkersburg

Bad Radkersburg

Bad Radkersburg is a city in the southeast of the Austrian state of Styria in the district of Südoststeiermark. Bad Radkersburg is a spa sporting a thermal spring with a temperature of 80 °C. This and the longest sunshine duration in Austria make the town an attractive site of tourism with 100,000 stays per year.


Hohentauern

Hohentauern

General informationAt an altitude of 1274 m and with 580 inhabitants, Hohentauern is situated in a nature reserve, amidst more than 20 mountains, each at least 2000 m high. Hohentauern has a 2000 year history as a mountain pass crossing. The Romans built the first reinforced pass-road over the 'Thauern'. Today, the road still provides easy access to Hohentauern, and the fascination of the visitors who use it is always noticeable. Elsewhere, large amounts of traffic have eroded the Alps. Despite the modernity and variety of facilities and opportunites for tourists, Hohentauern has retained the flair of a mountain village protected from mass tourism. A place that has changed little since its origins, where you can take in the power of the heavens and the earth.


Bad Aussee

Bad Aussee

Bad Aussee is a town in the Austrian state of Styria, located at the confluence of the three sources of the Traun River in the Ausseerland region. Bad Aussee serves as the economic and cultural center of the Styrian part of the Salzkammergut lakes region. With a population of 5,086, the town is said to be the geographical midpoint of Austria, symbolized by a stone monument in the centre of town.


Murau

Murau

How to get thereBy car: from Vienna via the Semmering, the Mürz-valley and then the Murtal-Schnellstraße to Murau. From Germany via Salzburg and the Tauernautobahn til to the exit St. Michael/Lungau and then via Tamsweg to Murau. From Italy via Klagenfurt and St. Veit to Murau. By train: to the railway station Unzmarkt and from there with the 'Steiermärkischen Landesbahnen' to Murau or to Radstadt and from there by bus to Murau. By airplane: the nearest airports are in Klagenfurt, Graz and Salzburg.


Fladnitz

Fladnitz

General informationKitzbühel, with its 8105 inhabitants, lies 800 m above sea level at the foot of the 'Hahnenkamm' and 'Horn' mountains, close to the lake 'Schwarzsee'. Kitzbühel became a settlement area during the Middle Ages, and today's old-town facades were built in the 17th century. By that time, Kitzbühel had become a significant trade and market place. Kitzbühel remained distant from the devastation of the 1st and 2nd World Wars. Kitzbühel's rise to international tourism began with the completion of the railroad in late 19th century. By that time, the Kitzbühel mayor Franz Reisch had brought skis to Kitzbühel and had inspired a sensational growth in the sport of skiing. One of the most famous competitions in alpine skiing today, the spectacular Hahnenkamm race, was held for the first time in 1931. This was when Kitzbühel started to develop into a Skidorado.


Admont

Admont

Admont in summerHolidays in Admont in the middle of the fantastic beauty of the Gesäuseberge promise relaxing. Walking, hiking in the mountains with wonderful panoramic views, biking, mountain biking, swimming and some more else - all that offers Admont to the guests. The Admonter music-sommer invites to several events and a special highlight will be the visit of the 'Benediktinerstift' Admont, in which the greates monastery-library is taken in.


Veitsch

Veitsch

General informationVeitsch, located in the north-east of Styria, lies 669 m above the sea level in the Veitsch valley and has 2700 inhabitants. It invites you to stroll around the shops and linger in the lovely cafés. As well during the summer as during the winter Veitsch offers numerous opportunities for sport, fun and relaxation. A special feature in Veitsch is the pilgrims cross, which is the biggest wooden cross in the world.


St. Georgen Ob Murau

St. Georgen Ob Murau

St. Georgen ob Murau is the main resort of the muncipality St. Georgen am Kreischberg, which is home to approx. 1.880 inhabitants. The two districts St. Georgen and St. Lorenzen are connected by the "Holz-Europabrücke", which is at the moment the largest unsupported wooden bridge and a fascinating landmark in the region. Thanks to the direct proximity to the mountains Kreischberg and Frauenalpe, fans of skiing and snowboarding of all ages can get to know a diverse and family-friendly ski area. The region also has a lot to offer apart from skiing. Numerous mountain huts, pubs and bars offer not only excellent regional specialities, but also music and party until late at night. Whether a romantic hike through the snowy landscapes, ice skating, night tobogganing at Kreischberg, an excursion on snow shoes or a ski tour - the special flair of the holiday region in Mur Valley will enchant you!


Turrach

Turrach

General informationTurrach, with its 1027 inhabitants, is situated at an altitude of between 900 and 1763 m, close to a skiing area. Exactly the right place for those seeking relaxation! Numerous sporting possibilities mean that boredom doesn't stand a chance here. Alongside these opportunities, you could visit the Montan museum, which diplays relics from days gone by, when Turrach was still a mining community. The church in the area is worth seeing for its wooden coffered ceiling alone. The sunny and mild mountain climate, the fascinating landscape, and the extremely hospitable atmosphere guarantess relaxing and fun-packed holiday days.


Krakauebene

Krakauebene

General informationKrakauebene lies 1300 m above sea level and has 600 inhabitants. The 'Healthy Valley' on the south side of the Schladminger Tauern offers a lot of possibilities for relaxation, in summer as well as in winter.


Alpl Bei Krieglach

Alpl Bei Krieglach

General informationAlpl bei Krieglach lies on 612 m of lake height in the Mürztal in Styria and has 5195 inhabitants. The town was home to the famous writer Peter Rosegger (The rogue from the Alps, Documents of the schoolmaster, and many more). Roseggers Waldschule and Waldheimat are in the area Alpl.


Seckau

Seckau

General informationSeckau is situated at a plateau at the foot of the 'Seckauer Alps'. There life ca. 1300 inhabitants at 46,26 km². The valley is very clam and harmonical because there is rather less traffic. One of the main attractions is the 'Abtei Seckau' which was built in 1140. In 1886 a part of the 'Basilika' collapsed and Ildephons Schober has rebuilt the two towers. Today there is a distinguished privat grammar school.


St. Kathrein

St. Kathrein

General informationSt. Kathrein on Offenegg lies at 972 m above see level amidst the largest closed mountain pastoral area of Europe known as the Teichalm-Sommeralm area. The township is the starting point for long relaxing mountain walks through the undisturbed nature of the area as well as sport activities of all descriptions and levels of difficulty.


Semriach

Semriach

General informationSemriach with its 3.200 inhabitants lies 430 - 1.445 m above sea level. The distance to Graz, the capital of Styria is about 25 km. In Semriach you can fin the Lurgrotte, a well known limestone cave with stalactites and stalagmites.


Cities in Lower Austria region

Vosendorf

Vosendorf

Vösendorf is a town in the district of Mödling in the Austrian state of Lower Austria.


Gostling An Der Ybbs

Gostling An Der Ybbs

General informationGöstling is situated in the mountains at an altitude of 532 m, and has 2200 inhabitants. Located by a river and a skiing area, Göstling - the vilage with a zest for life - presents itself in the middle of the magnificent natural backdrop of the 'Göstlinger' alps. Smart town houses, welcoming people, well-loved customs, a long-standing catering trade with holiday offerings for the whole family.


Gross Enzersdorf

Gross Enzersdorf

Gross Enzersdorf is a town and municipality in the district of Gänserndorf in the Austrian state of Lower Austria, directly east of Vienna north of the Danube. Apart from the city itself, it also includes 7 municipalities subordinate.


Schwechat

Schwechat

Schwechat is a city south-east of Vienna, Schwechat River. The village is known for the existence of an international airport and the largest refineries in Austria. From the administrative point of view belongs to the district of Vienna.


Krems An Der Donau

Krems An Der Donau

Krems is a town of 24,110 inhabitants in Austria, in the federal state of Lower Austria. It is the fifth-largest city of Lower Austria and is approximately 70 kilometres (43 miles) west of Vienna. Krems is a city with its own statute (or Statutarstadt), and therefore it is both a municipality and a district.


St. Polten

St. Polten

Sankt Pölten or St. Pölten is the capital city of the State of Lower Austria in northeast Austria. With 52,340 (December 2013) inhabitants, it is Lower Austria's largest city. Sankt Pölten is a city with its own statute (or Statutarstadt) and therefore it is both a municipality and a district in the Mostviertel.


Lower Austria

Lower Austria

Lower Austria este provincie federală din 1918 și are capitala la St. Pölten. Este principala producătoare de produse agricole din Austria, cunoscută și pentru producția de vin. De asemenea, din ce în ce mai mulți turiști o preferă ca destinație de iarnă.


Reichenau

Reichenau

Reichenau an der Rax is a common, fair district Neunkirchen, Lower Austria. In 2011 the town had 2,723 inhabitants. The village is located at an altitude of 484-680 m above nm the mountain Rax (2,007 m) which is part of the northeast branch of the Alpine limestone.


Durnstein

Durnstein

Dürnstein is a town of 911 inhabitants in the district of Krems-Land in Lower Austria Wachau. The village is situated on the Danube, is frequently visited by tourists. Dürnstein is a really good starting point for short trips in the surroundings: monasteries, fortresses, castles, ancient cities and so on. No matter if you go by car or bike, there are many interesting places around.


Puchberg

Puchberg

How to get thereBy car: you take the motorway A2 til the exit Wiener Neustadt West and then the local road B 26 to Puchberg or motorway A2 til the exit Wöllersdorf and then the local road B 21 to Puchberg. By train: to Wiener Neustadt and from there the local train to Puchberg. By airplane: the nearest airport is Vienna-Schwechat.


Waidhofen A.D. Thaya

Waidhofen A.D. Thaya

General informationWaidhofen, at an altitude of 510 m, has 5770 inhabitants and is situated by a river. The town's own special charm is down to its truly varied history. Since 1171, it has always been influenced by its - sometimes hostile, sometimes peaceful - direct neighbourhood to what was then Bohemia. And that had an influence on the architecture, too. Fortresses from the Middle Ages are sitll recognisable today. But the real emblems of Waidhofen are the two towers of the church and town hall, which have defined the town's sillhouette for centuries.


Gmund

Gmund

Gmund este un orășel liniștit și ordonat de munte.


Wiener Neustadt

Wiener Neustadt

Wiener Neustadt is a city located south of Vienna, in the state of Lower Austria, in north-east Austria. It is a self-governed city and the seat of the district administration of Wiener Neustadt-Land. The city is the site of one of the world's oldest military academies, the Theresian Military Academy, which was established by Empress Maria Theresa of Austria in 1752 to train officers for the Austrian army.


Cities in Rauris Valley region

Rauris

Rauris

The resort of Rauris, situated in the Rauris Valley at an altitude of 950 m, is one of the oldest settlements in the Alps. In the olden days, it was gold mining that enticed visitors to this idyllic village in the Salzburger Land, as gold panning was the main source of income for the inhabitants here at the end of the twenties. Nowadays, this tranquil resort has become ever popular with tourists, yet it has not lost its roots. The Hochalm gondola and the Kreuzboden gondola enable easy access to the Rauris' ski area, which is particularly suitable for families and those looking for peace and quiet. After a day on the piste, you can while away your time either by taking part in one of the many sports activities offered here or in a sociable lodge evening. Definitely worthwhile is a snow-shoe tour through the "Rauris virgin forest".


Cities in Upper Austria region

Linz

Linz

Linz (population 200,000) is a city in north-western Austria, the Danube River. It is the capital of Upper Austria (Oberösterreich). Near Linz, is Leonding city where Adolf Hitler's parents are buried. Adolf Hitler himself went to school ("Fadingergymnasium") in Linz, but left before I finish it, changing the school with a Steyr (Upper Austria). The composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 36th Symphony (1783) in Linz for a concert that was supposed to take place here, work is now known as Symphony Linz. The first version of Symphony 1 in C minor by Anton Bruckner is known as version Linz.


St. Wolfgang Am Wolfgangsee

St. Wolfgang Am Wolfgangsee

General informationSt. Wolfgang superbly positioned by lake 'Wolfgang See' in a unique mountainous valley, has something to offer for everyone: tradition and culture, recreation and relaxation as well as an amazing variety of sports facilities. The village, located at a sea level of 540 m with 2.762 inhabitants. is well known for its pretty 15th century church and its romantic streets with shops, cafés and restaurants. Don't miss to visit the legendary White Horse Inn. Nightlife is varied in St. Wolfgang. Enjoy the peaceful moments as the sun sets behind the mountains and the exciting nightlife around the Wolfgangsee lake.


Bad Ischl

Bad Ischl

Bad Ischl is a spa town in Austria. It lies in the southern part of Upper Austria, at the Traun River in the centre of the Salzkammergut region. The town consists of the Katastralgemeinden Ahorn, Bad Ischl, Haiden, Jainzen, Kaltenbach, Lauffen, Lindau, Pfandl, Perneck, Reiterndorf and Rettenbach. It is connected to the village of Strobl by the river Ischl, which drains from the Wolfgangsee, and to the Traunsee, into which the stream empties. A subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp was located in the town.


Gosau

Gosau

General informationGosau am Dachstein lies, with its 2000 inhabitants, at an altitude of 767 m in Austria's biggest ski resort. Alongside the many tourist attractions and the high priority of comfort and hospitality, Gossau places great importance on protecting its countryside. Guests will still find here the typical homely and earthy character of the mountain farms and little wooden villages. You can really rest your soul here. 'Out with everyday life - in with Gosau!'


Bad Goisern

Bad Goisern

The tranquil spa resort of Bad Goisern is located at approx. 500 m altitude in the wonderful resort of Salzkammergut. In the north it borders the popular imperial city of Bad Ischl. In the 19th Century Kaiser Franz Joseph I. of Austria regularly came here during the summer months. Surrounded by imposing mountains and Lake Hallstatt in the south, the historic resort of Bad Goisern provides an unforgettable experience. Families and all those looking for peace and relaxation will be impressed. Fans of Nordic skiing will also get their moneys worth, as they will find a true cross country paradise here. If you'd rather stick to alpine skiing, there are ideal conditions to do so in the "Dachstein West" ski area approx. 20 km away.


Hallstatt

Hallstatt

General informationHallstatt is 508 m above sea level at Lake Hallstatt with approximately 950 inhabitants. This small charming village offers an inexhaustible range of interesting options for culture, sport and leisure making a vacation or trip to Hallstatt along the famous Austrian Romantic route a pleasurable and memorable experience. The breath-taking landscape surrounding the charming village with its skillfully constructed houses that stand witness to a journey through time made distinct by architectural styles from Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque periods up to modern day, they play just a small part of what makes Hallstatt so special and unique. Since December 1997 the region of 'Hallstatt/Salzkammergut' has been honored with a position on the UNESCO World Heritage list.


Gmunden

Gmunden

Gmunden is a town in Upper Austria, Austria, in the district of Gmunden. It is much frequented as a summer resort and recovery. There are a number of tours and points of interest around Gmunden, especially noteworthy being Traun Fall, 10 miles (16 km) north of Gmunden, a castle called Schloss Ort and producer of ceramic Gmunden Keramik, a ceramics factory .


Wels

Wels

Wels is the second largest city of the state of Upper Austria, located in the north of Austria, on the Traun River near Linz. It is not part of its surrounding Wels County (Bezirk Wels-Land), but a so-called Statutarstadt (independent city). However, Wels is the county seat of Wels-Land.


Mondsee

Mondsee

General informationUpper Austria 481 m above sea level 2600 inhabitants Summer tourist resort The Village Mondsee is situated on lake Mondsee which is 7 km long and 2,7 km wide. The lake lies south of Salzburg and is one of the warmest lake for bathing with a temperature of 20 degrees most of the time. Culturally the village Mondsee has also got quite a bit to offer. Like for instance a former Benedictine monastery which was established around 748 and was extended to a castle in the 17th century. Especially outstanding is the gothic parish church with many interesting works of art.


Windischgarsten

Windischgarsten

Windischgarsten is embedded in the stunning Pyhrn-Priel holiday region, a recreational area which boasts an infinite number of highlights and nature treasures. Breathe crisp and clean air, take a relaxing swim in crystal clear waters, enjoy rafting, fishing, paragliding, horseback riding, mountain biking, inline skating or playing tennis. Windischgarsten has it all.


Obertraun

Obertraun

Obertraun, Upper Austria is a village in the Salzkammergut, a region in Austria. It is located near the Hallstätter See (Hallstatt Lake) and Hoher Dachstein. Obertraun is a popular holiday destination offering activities such as skiing, snowboarding in the winter and mountain biking, swimming and kayaking in the summer.


Geinberg

Geinberg

General informationThe spa resort is situated between the rivers Danube and Inn and the Hauruck-forest on 403 m. Approx. 1270 people live here.


Traunkirchen

Traunkirchen

The picturesque little town of Traunkirchen lies at an altitude of 422 m by the lovely Traunsee lake in the Salzkammergut. Visitors are attracted by the hospitality and the interesting traditions, and especially by the breathtaking landscape. The view of the wonderful mountain panorama and the idyllic lake is enough to make anyone gasp. The centre of Traunkirchen is located on a peninsula at the western shore of the lake and is characterised by the impressive backdrop of the Traunstein (1,691 m). The prime location means the town has something for everyone: active holidaymakers have approx. 8 km of winter hiking trails, a natural tobogganing run and approx. 14 km of cross-country trails; relaxation seekers can go on a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride.


Hinterstoder

Hinterstoder

The mountain village Hinterstoder is the idyllic centre of the Upper Austria holiday region Pyhrn-Priel. It is located at an altitude of 600 m in the Stoder Valley, approx. 140 km east of Salzburg. Hinterstoder is known for being the site of the Ski World Cup for the disciplines Giant Slalom and Super-G, but also for being a relaxing holiday location for winter sport enthusiasts of all kinds. The local mountain of Hinterstoder - the Hutterer Höss - offers family-friendly skiing fun for all ages with its World Cup run and fun pistes. Moreover, you will find various recreational activities in the wintry nature and snowy scenery of the Totes Gebirge. Winter sport lovers can get active with snow shoe hiking, tobogganing, ice skating and much more in the extensive Stoder Valley. Traditions are valued and appreciated in Hinterstoder, which is why there are other traditional events apart from the classic Christmas market during the cosy Advent season. The local art location "Alpineum" organises various art exhibitions, as well as stage plays and concerts. After a day of skiing, the resort offers guesthouses, restaurants and cafés for a cosy conclusion of the day. Winter sport enthusiasts will experience a well-rounded holiday in Hinterstoder.


Scharding

Scharding

General informationThe Baroque town of Schaerding lies 313 m above sea level and has 5050 residents. The lovely town is conveniently located in Upper Austria's Innviertel region, in the immediate vicinity of Bavaria. Among the highlights and most interesting sights ranks the renowned Silberzeile lane right at the heart of the old town where a great many Baroque-style trader buildings can be found. The colorful appearance of the houses is rooted in the colors of the respective guilds (butchers read, innkeepers yellow and green, bakers blue etc.).


Cities in Burgenland region

Parndorf

Parndorf

How to get therecan be comfortably reached by car and is well connected to public transport. by Car: by Train: by Aeroplane: The nearest airports are in and . Distances:


Stegersbach

Stegersbach

General informationStegersbach is situated in the upper Stremtal valley, right in the heart of the Southern Burgenland. It is perfect for cycling, swimming, horse-back riding and golfing - and on the other hand offers picturesque meadows and orchards, spotted with old farmhouses, for ultimate recreation and gentle walks. Spoil yourselves with fresh produce from organic farming and a wide selection of delicacies the region has to offer. Stegersbach is situated at an altitude of 262 m and has 2380 inhabitants.


Cities in Vorarlberg region

Damuls

Damuls

Bregenzerwald este o regiune montană și submontană (înălțimea Alpilor nu depășește 2500-2600 m), cu o salbă de 22 localități. Situată în provincia Voralberg, în partea de vest a Austriei, Bregenzerwald este o regiune de munte din apropierea graniței cu Germania și Elveția, la doar câțiva km depărtare de Bodensee. Accesul se poate face cu mașina sau cu trenul, distanța fiind de aprox. 60 km de Bregenz.Bregenzerwald mai oferă și 300 km de piste schi fond și 200 km trasee de iarnă.


Lech

Lech

Lech am Arlberg is a mountain village and an exclusive ski resort in the Bludenz district in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg on the banks of the river Lech. In terms of both geography and history, Lech belongs to the Tannberg district. In tourist terms, however, it is part of the Arlberg region. Lech is administered together with the neighbouring villages of Zürs, Zug, Oberlech and Stubenbach.


Bregenz

Bregenz

Bregenz is the capital of Vorarlberg, the westernmost federal state of Austria. The city is located on the eastern shores of Lake Constance, the third-largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, between Switzerland in the west and Germany in the northwest.


Gaschurn

Gaschurn

In the southern Montafon lie the villages of Gaschurn and Partenen that directly abut one of Vorarlberg’s largest ski regions, Silvretta Montafon. In winter, a breathtaking region opens up here from the Silvretta-Bielerhöhe for ski tours, snowshoe hikes, high-altitude cross-country trails, winter hikes and the Silvretta ski safari. The Silvretta High Alpine Road will take you even in summer to this eldorado for mountain bike tours and impressive high-altitude hikes with a magnificent mountain panorama, such as the Piz Buin, the tallest mountain in Vorarlberg. At the feet of the Vermuntbahn cableway, you will also find the starting point for the longest stairway in the world


Bludenz

Bludenz

Bludenz is a town in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. It is the administrative seat of Bludenz District, which encompasses about half of the state's territory.


St. Gallenkirch

St. Gallenkirch

Right in the largest ski region in the Montafon - the Silvretta Montafon - with connections to the Hochjoch and the Nova, sport and recreation are writ large in St. Gallenkirch. Here you will experience pistes for the true connoisseur, sunny carving slopes, Austria’s largest snow park and a 5.5. km illuminated night tobogganing run. Exciting days await you here in summer as well, such as on magnificent high-altitude hikes or while exploring the typical Montafon Maisässen. With its biking headquarters, St. Gallenkirch is also the starting point for daily guided bike tours as part of the Montafon Aktivprogramm.


Dornbirn

Dornbirn

Dornbirn is a city in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. It is the administrative centre for the district of Dornbirn, which also includes the town of Hohenems, and the market town Lustenau. Dornbirn is located in western Vorarlberg at 437 metres above sea level in the Rhine Valley, at the foot of the Karren mountain, part of the Bregenz Forest Mountain chain at the edge of the Eastern Alps. It is near the borders to Switzerland, Germany and Liechtenstein. The Dornbirner Ach river flows through the town and later into Lake Constance.


Feldkirch

Feldkirch

Feldkirch is a city in Vorarlberg in Austria. It lies on the border with Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It is a beautiful medieval town with a castle in the twelfth century, called Schattenburg.


Mittelberg

Mittelberg

The Kleinwalsertal is a geographic peculiarity: It can only be reached by car from the German resort Oberstdorf! Nevertheless this wonderful high Alpine valley belongs to the nation of Austria. There is also a great selection of leisure time activities: enjoy pristine nature on a multitude of cleared winter hiking trails. Additionally, a tennis centre with indoor courts and bowling alleys are available. If you just want to relax, you will definitely find enough opportunities both within and away from the hotel complexes. End your day in a cosy bar or hit the dance floor in a disco of your choice.


Burserberg

Burserberg

With just 528 residents, the idyllic resort of Bürserberg (871 m) is the smallest in the entire Brandner Valley. Thanks to its sunny location in the middle of the valley and the high plateau Tschengla (1,250 m), Bürserberg is a true paradise for relaxation and leisure activities. Whether it be on foot or on your skis or snowboard, a great landscape is waiting to be explored. The high plateau offers a panoramic view over five valleys, the monolithic stone circle of Bürserberg - an alleged place of cultural worship for local ancestors - frozen waterfalls and the alpine dairy exhibition on the Alpe Rona provides a fantastic mix of natural romance and tradition. A special highlight in both summer and winter comes from Anton "Husky Toni" Kuttner, of whom invites winter sports fans both little and big to learn more about his 19 sled dogs.


Mellau

Mellau

General informationSituated in the heart of the Bregenzerwald at 700 m altitude just at the foot of the Kanisfluh mountain you will find Mellau as a place for young and old, winter- and summerholiday. With only 1282 inhabitants Mellau is a small village with friendly people and a nice and cosy atmosphere. Apart from some nice walking and skiing areas the Bregenzer Wald offers delicious traditional delights and events for the whole family. A perfect place to relax and enjoy nature.


Au Bregenzerwald

Au Bregenzerwald

Au lies in the upper reaches of Bregenzer Ache at a height of 800 m and is one of the most important tourist areas in Austria. Several leisure activities are available to guests in this region. The various, small and large ski areas in Begenzerwald, the numerous cross-country tracks and winter hiking trails are very popular here. Further possibilities include sleigh-rides in the moonlight, ice-skating or a torch-lit hike through the snowy winter landscape. The restaurants, inns and gourmet also want to spoil you with local treats.


Schrocken

Schrocken

LocationSchröcken is located 1500 m above sea level and has 204 inhabitants. At the end of the Bregenzerwald near to the Hochtannberg Schröcken enjoys a wonderful location. A mountain village with old tradtions and hospitality - a highlight in the area Arlberg - Tannberg and an alternative for all, who are looking for quiet and cosy holidays.


Brand

Brand

General information1050 m above sea level 650 inhabitants Location: in the mountains


Bezau

Bezau

The tranquil and relaxed area of Bezau is located in Bregenzerwald. The white and green tones of the snow covered forest blend together with the wooden farmhouses for as far as the eye can see. There is no place better to experience its originality than in the local museum. The parish church of St. Jodok is just as much worth a visit. Alongside these idyllic spots you will find a wide range of leisure activities for young and old alike. With snowshoe hikes, cross-country skiing or tobogganing, there's something fun for everyone. And for adrenaline junkies a holiday in Bregenzerwald is definitely worthwhile... in Andelsbuch there is the highest climbing tower in Austria.


Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg

Vorarlberg este cea mai vestită provincie a Austriei, o Elveție în miniatură, cu sate alpine, lacuri, văi adânci și pajiști verzi. Atracțiile principale din Vorarlberg sunt pârtiile de schi ce rivalizează cu cele din Elveția, minunatul lac Constance și luxurioasa pădure Bregenzewald. Cele mai bine cunoscute centre turistice – Lech și Zürs – sunt și cele mai scumpe, însă prețurile în restul provinciei sunt destul de rezonabile.


Wald Am Arlberg

Wald Am Arlberg

General informationWald am Arlberg belongs to the community of Dalaas and lies approx. 1007 m above sea level. With its 1'550 inhabitants, Wald is situated at the foot of the Klostertaler Alps.


Zurs Am Arlberg

Zurs Am Arlberg

General informationZürs am Arlberg, with its 130 inhabitants, lies 1720 m above sea level, close to a skiing area. Holiday fun full of highlights - the right choice for activity-lovers. 'High Zürs' - this slogan refers not only to the high altitude of the area, but also the quality of the hotels, tourist facilities, the cable cars and the ski-school. There is plenty of snow from the end of November to the beginnin of May, with pistes and descents right outside your door. Facilites and service of the highest standard.


Tschagguns

Tschagguns

The municipality of Tschagguns is located in the the picturesque Gauer Valley in Vorarlberg. The village centre is situated at an altitude of 685 m above sea level, but the the municipality comprises several hamlets up to an altitude of 1,200 m. Approx. 2,500 people live in the mountain village in the magnificent scenery of the Rätikon mountains. The end of the valley with the "three towers" of the Drusenfluh group is considered one of the most beautiful of the eastern Alps. Tschagguns is situated in the heart of Montafon between the two towns Schruns and Golm at the foot of the Tschaggunser Mittagsspitze (2,168 m). The lifts for the ski areas Golm and Silvretta Montafon are only a couple of kilometres away. Several hotels and guest houses will provide you with a cosy place to stay. The local landmark - the Marien-Wallfahrtskirche built in the 15th century - is located on hill. You can take a stroll in the neighbouring main town of the Montafon area Schruns to enjoy the historical old town. Many big events are organised here, such as the World Cup Montafon with international live acts. Tschagguns also has a train station, where you can take a train to Schruns.


Cities in Kauner Valley Glacier region

Feichten Im Kaunertal

Feichten Im Kaunertal

The district Kauner Valley stretches along the entire narrow and sparse set-back part of the valley passing by tiny villages and farms. The main resort is Feichten at 1,275 m. Enjoy the flair of the Kauner Valley surrounded by the impressive mountain backdrop and the nearby glacier ski area. The Erspenhang village lift is ideally suited for first-time skiers. The numerous guest houses and restaurants also look forward to offer you their Tyrolean specialities and self-distilled Schapserl. Leisure time activities include, of course besides skiing and snowboarding, ice skating, curling and tobogganing.


Cities in Salzburger Saalach Valley region

Lofer

Lofer

The family-friendly winter sports destination Lofer is located in the middle of the Salzburger Saalachtal, at an altitude of 639 m and in front of a breathtaking backdrop of the Lofer Steinberge. The tower of the Maria Krichental pilgrimage church can be seen from far away, and is among the most important pilgrimage churches in Salzburger Land. The Loferer Alm lift valley station is easy to reach from all village districts, and the "Kaserasi-Truck" even runs to the gondola from several hotels. The village with its angled lanes and lovely squares is ideal for all those seeking rest, relaxation and indulgence. The almost traffic free centre is perfectly suited for an enjoyable day off-piste. Anyone wanting to do a trip to Salzburg can use the easy connection with the post bus. The easily manageable family ski area Almenwelt Lofer is accessible through the same-named lift pass and satisfies with its predominantly easy to moderate runs and wide, flat pastures. The ski area is specially designed for leisure skiers and beginners. Safety is the most important factor in your holiday? Then take your family to Lofer, where children can find in the 46 km of piste specially chosen lift systems, of which are designed with safety first in mind. This helps provide a stress-free ski holiday for the whole family.


Cities in Austrian Alps region

Austrian Alps

Austrian Alps

A major European Alps range of mountains, stretching from the Mediterranean coast of France through Switzerland, Italy and Austria N in Slovenia.


Cities in East Tyrol region

Sillian

Sillian

The district Sillian is located at 1,103 m altitude between the world-famous South Tyrol and Lienzer Dolomites and is the main resort of the Alta Pusteria. The ski region is known to be the sun and snow paradise of Eastern Tyrol. Three family-friendly ski areas can be explored in this impressive area, which is also well-known for it's spectacular views: The 2 ski areas which are also suitable for beginners, Obertilliach and Kartisch, as well as the largest ski centre of the region, the Thurntaler at Sillian, offer altogether 55 km of well-prepared pistes of all difficulties. Therefore this area is well suited for families and tranquillity seekers and also cross-country skiers will find what they are looking for with a network of approx. 120 km of trails in close proximity.


Matrei In Ost Tirol

Matrei In Ost Tirol

Matrei (975 m) is the main resort in the region of South Hohe Tauern and is located between the sunny Isel and Virgen Valleys. As it is East Tyrol’s most significant ski area, Matrei is a real insiders’ tip. Over 150 mountains loom over three thousand metres, including Großglockner (3,798 m) and Großvenediger (3,674 m,), which are the highest peaks in the country. Typical for this resort is “gemütlichkeit” and village idyll. The residents here uphold their old customs, but are open to the Zeitgeist. Matrei is the perfect starting point for various tours in the wintry ski areas of Virgen Valley – with an 8 person gondola, you are transported from the edge of the resort up to an altitude of 2,190 m! Whether skiing, snowboarding, ice-skating, tobogganing or winter hiking, anything is possible here. Alongside the wide range of sports activities available, there are many shops, as well as an extremely interesting cultural offering to keep you occupied. Even on the culinary front, Matrei won’t disappoint with its many specialities.


Pragraten

Pragraten

The breathtaking mountain landscape of the resort Prägraten, which lies at the foot of Großvenediger at 1,312 m, is hard to surpass. Here it's entirely possible that the highlight of the week is time spent in nature and the mountains, such as on a ski tour. The close proximity to Italy can definitely be felt (and tasted!) in the culinary department. Numerous lodges and restaurants serve as cosy retreats and are very appealing with their regional specialities. Guests are offered much more in addition to classic winter sports: an ice skating rink, two toboggan runs and great cross-country trails provide the necessary variety. Enjoy rest and relaxation by choosing from various pools, massages and treatments. The close proximity to Tyrol's second-largest city, Lienz, offers great shopping and numerous sights for a change of pace.


Virgen

Virgen

The sun-spoilt town of Virgen lies at 1,200 m above sea-level, south of the alpine divide, in the Hohe Tauern national park, between the Großglockner and the Großvenediger. In Virgen, you will search in vain for the hustle and bustle that you normally find in large ski resorts. Winter sports fan who prefer it the quieter way are at home here. In Virgen 21 km of tracked cross-country trails lead through deep snow landscapes. But also tobogganing parties on the lit natural tobogganing run and snowshoe hiking ensure cheerful entertainment in an idyllic winter landscape. The nearby resort Matrei offers diverse pistes for ski and snowboard fans. In the evenings, the bars and restaurants in town invite you to cosily let the day fade away.


Cities in Oetz Valley region

Obergurgl

Obergurgl

High snow-security from November to May, pistes above the timberline, an impressive panorama of the surrounding mountains and the latest snow machines … these are just a few of the many reasons to go for a holiday in Obergurgl-Hochgurgl! The two, rather calm villages Obergurgl (1,930 m) and Hochgurgl (2,150 m) are to be found at the end of the Ötztal on the high alpine road to the Timmelsjoch. In the midst of this beautiful mountain scenery quality beats quantity – especially in Hochgurgl: The exclusive hotel village is made up of just six hotels. Obergurgl is traffic-reduced, at night all driving is completely forbidden! Doorstep skiing is possible in both resorts. The landscape is marked by the surrounding glacier scenery and the impressive mountain views. Obergurgl is not just the highest situated church village in Austria, the ski area is deemed one of the best for snow, due to its exposed location. The atmosphere here is very quaint and the villages are renowned for their hut tradition with evenings spent in the huts and après ski.


Oetz Tirol

Oetz Tirol

Surrounded by the Stubai and Ötztal Alps, the resort Oetz (820 m) is located at the entrance to the homonymous valley. The cosy town offers diversity for those who prefer a quieter holiday. Typical Tyrolean farm houses with colourful painting, quaint and cosy guest houses and white chapels contribute to the romantic ambiance just as much as the Piburg lake does. Skiers will find the manageable and therefore family-friendly ski area Hochoetz directly in front of the door. The lively resorts Längenfeld and Sölden are to be found not too far away. Here, party and fun away from the pistes is the predominant factor.


Cities in Stubai Valley region

Fulpmes

Fulpmes

Countless valleys, soft rising and with fresh powder snow covered hills and the adjoining mountains, which seem to rise to the the heavens. Inmidst of this rural idyll lies the family-friendly resort Fulpmes. Surrounded by the Stubai Alps with glaciers, which invite to ski the whole year round, this is the perfect place for all winter sports fans. ! A diverse children's entertainment programme in summer and winter, as well as a manageable number of ski areas distinguish Fulpmes as especially family-friendly. Toboggan runs up to 8 km long is every child's dream. Numerous winter hiking trails invite you for a walk through wonderful powder snow.


Cities in Pitz Valley region

St. Leonhard

St. Leonhard

St. Leonhard lies in the heart of the Pitz Valley and comprises besides the main town also numerous communities in the Inner Pitz Valley. The impressive panorama of the surrounding 3,000 m mountains, e.g. the Luibiskogel (3,112 m) or the Rofelewand (3,354 m) or also the Windspitze (3,770 m), dominate the high alpine landscape. No matter whether skier, snowboarder, hiker or just nature lover - this area offers something for everyone! Numerous cross-country ski trails weave through the valley and the wonderful landscape can be admired while on a snowshoe hike. The various small villages provide a friendly and familiar ambience which makes everybody feel comfortable. Many cafés, bars and restaurants further ensure a diverse afternoon and evening entertainment programme.


Cities in Bregenzerwald region

Au

Au

Au lies in the upper reaches of Bregenzer Ache at an altitude of 800 m and is one of the most important tourist areas in Austria. Several leisure activities are available to guests in this region. The various, small and large ski areas in Begenzerwald, the numerous cross-country tracks and winter hiking trails are very popular here. Further possibilities include sleigh-rides in the moonlight, ice-skating or a torch hike through the snowy winter landscape. The restaurants, inns and gourmet also want to spoil you with local specialities.


Cities in Brandner Valley region

Burserberg Brandner Valley

Burserberg Brandner Valley

With just 528 residents, the idyllic resort of Bürserberg (871 m) is the smallest in the entire Brandner Valley. Thanks to its sunny location in the middle of the valley and the high plateau Tschengla (1,250 m), Bürserberg is a true paradise for relaxation and leisure activities. Whether it be on foot or on your skis or snowboard, a great landscape is waiting to be explored. The high plateau offers a panoramic view over five valleys, the monolithic stone circle of Bürserberg - an alleged place of cultural worship for local ancestors - frozen waterfalls and the alpine dairy exhibition on the Alpe Rona provides a fantastic mix of natural romance and tradition. A special highlight in both summer and winter comes from Anton "Husky Toni" Kuttner, of whom invites winter sports fans both little and big to learn more about his 19 sled dogs.


Cities in Skiarena Wildkogel region

Uttendorf Weißsee Gletscher

Uttendorf Weißsee Gletscher

The dreamy resort Uttendorf - Weißsee has a lot to offer for your holiday! Uttendorf is located at 804 m altitude and has approx. 2,860 inhabitants. The small resort is characterised by its originality and hospitality. Additionally, the village lies ideally in the national park Hohe Tauern: at the foot of the glacier mountain lies the snow-sure ski area Weißsee Gletscherwelt, which stretches up to an altitude of 2,600 m and is well suited for both beginners, experienced skiers and snowboarders. The well-maintained infrastructure which connects Kitzbühel and Zell am See, make this resort easily accessible from the German border. The region is especially popular with ski tourers, as there only short ascents to overcome, for accessing some brilliant touring terrain with loads of powder snow. Besides skiing and snowboarding, there is also the possibility of going snowshoe hiking, ice skating, tobogganing, curling or enjoying a horse-drawn sleigh ride in the clear, fresh air. Uttendorf will entice you with its hospitality and the beautiful natural surroundings!


Cities in Grossglockner region

Winklern

Winklern

The idyllic winter resort Winklern is situated at an altitude of 966 m, embedded among the Grossglockner-Massiv, Kreuzeck group, and the Lienz Dolomites. Its location at the foot of the Iselberg with its great climate and scenic diversity makes Winklern an especially popular holiday destination. Due to the central position there are magnificent pistes, cross-country tracks, toboggan runs, and ski routes available in both Heiligenblut and Eastern Tyrol. Winklern itself also has a unique natural toboggan run, a curling track, an ice rink, and cleared winter hiking trails. The townscape of Winklern is significantly shaped by the village's landmark, the late Romanesque toll tower, a former aristocratic estate. But a visit to the late Romanesque parish church will also be worth your while. You can spend a superb ski holiday in Winklern with cultural highlights and a lot of relaxation and fun!


Cities in Paznaun Valley region

Kappl im Paznauntal

Kappl im Paznauntal

The charming Tyrolean resort Kappl is located at approx. 1,258 m altitude, between the Verwall Alps in the north and the Samnaun Alps in the south. It comprises approx. 90 small villages and offers a local ski area, a natural toboggan run and various apres ski facilities. As Kappl is only approx. 10 km from the famous ski resort Ischgl, it is the ideal starting point for a day trip to the Silvretta Arena, or for a bit of apres ski in this party hotspot. If you prefer to spend your time more quietly, you can enjoy Kappl's natural surroundings on various winter hiking trails, or you can indulge in some local specialities in the region guest houses. The little ones will especially enjoy a visit to the Sunny Mountain activity park, which offers everything a child could wish for to learn skiing and experience a diverse and fun winter holiday.