1/12Best 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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Stylishly furnished holiday home for eight people in the Kitzbühel Alps.3/12Pleasant 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.4/12Holiday 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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Winter fun at a chalet for 10 people.5/12Off into the snow
Ski Amadé | The ski season 2014/2015 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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Enjoy a well earned break in a holiday home in Lower Austria
The northeasternmost state in Austria derives its name from its downriver location on the Danube River. The International Storytelling Festival is held here and holiday apartments, holiday houses and holiday rentals are a perfect base from which to explore the region.
Discover the natural wonders of Lower Austria
The region has diverse landscape and is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts, particularly mountain bikers. Lush valleys, charming farmhouses and holiday homes, old towns and baroque monasteries form an unforgettable backdrop to a holiday in Lower Austria. In Krems an der Donau and the surrounding area the Kamp-Thaya-March Bicycle Trail follows three river valleys along the course of the Danube and finishes at the Czech border. Along the way, cyclists are treated to the sights of the Ottenstein Reservoir, the Thayatal National Park and the town of Retz. With its varied wildlife, the National Park Thayatal is one of the most impressive valley landscapes in Austria. Sports enthusiasts who rent a holiday apartment or holiday house in the region will be spoilt for choice with options for biking, fishing, diving, hiking, climbing, and sailing. Mostviertel, a pretty hilly region famous for its apples and pears, is best visited in mid April when the flowers are in full bloom. Niederösterreich, Austria's largest wine producing area, is another of the region's popular holiday rental destinations.
The cultural life of Lower Austria
The capital of Lower Austria is Sankt Pölten, part of which was built on the site of the ancient Roman city of Aelium Cetium in the 2nd and the 4th centuries, derives its name from Hippolytus of Rome. The town is the home of the Lower Austrian State Theatre as well as a variety of historical museums and a popular nudist beach on the Ratzersdorf Lake. A number of national and international cultural festivals, including the ATP Tennis Tournament, are held in Sankt Pölten and holiday homes and holiday rentals are in plentiful supply.