These chalets have been furnished in a cosy way and form part of a holiday village in Carinthia, located directly on the piste.1/13A house on the ski piste
Austria | “Put on your ski equipment, open the front door, and off you go” is the motto for these ski lodges and apartments that lie in close proximity to the ski piste.
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2/13When the cows leave
Austria | Late summer is the time in the Alps where the colourful decorated cattle is brought down from the mountain pastures to the valley.
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4/13Best holiday resort in Austria
Mayrhofen | Ski areas in a class of their own await you in winter and in summer, it is the ideal place to discover the Alps – Mayrhofen is the most popular holiday resort in Austria.
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Winter fun at a chalet for 10 people.6/13Off into the snow
Ski Amadé | The ski season 2016/2017 has started. Those who book their ski hut in advance can secure the best offers – for example in the Austrian Skiverbund Ski Amadé with more than 800 kilometres of piste.
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Stylishly furnished holiday home for eight people in the Kitzbühel Alps.7/13Pleasant evenings
Austria | Let yourself round off the evening beside a crackling fire after an exciting day’s holiday.
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The “Friesenhof” farm lies near Sulzberg in the Bregenz Forest. It has a family-friendly holiday apartment which offers space for four people.8/13Holiday on a farm
Austria | This will be an unforgettable holiday: roll about in hay, observe animals, enjoy nature, and experience countless adventures. A holiday on a farm is especially ideal for families with children.
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Between white mountains and hot springs
Styria | Not only is this a popular holiday region with Austrians. Variety of landscape and interesting regions as well as villages shape Styria. This makes it a travel destination frequently visited by domestic and foreign holidaymakers. The north entices with its rugged snow covered mountain range and spectacular Alpine backdrop. The south it is hillier and extensive forest areas provide a perfect setting to relax or go on a hike. In the south east top class types of wine grow here thanks to the humid Mediterranean climate and dry winds from the Hungarian lowlands. The landscape is therefore characterised by vineyards stretched out over steep slopes. Right in the centre of Styria is the state capital Graz. The 2003 European Capital of Culture is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and offers next to the historical town hall, main square and Eggenberg Castle a number of other very interesting sights. The perfect present to take back home from this region is the well known and tasty pumpkin seed oil. If you seek a cosy and relaxing setting for your vacation then the Styrian Spa Region might be of interest. This area is known to have lots of hot springs and provides perfect conditions for a great wellness vacation.