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Austria is a varied holiday destination and the perfect choice for all those who like to be outdoors. Whether you want to go skiing in winter or hiking in summer - a holiday in Austria offers something for everyone! With a total of nine unique holiday regions, the choice is not too easy. You can choose between the beautiful Tyrol, the popular ski regions of Carinthia, Vorarlberg and Upper Austria, the cultural Lower Austria with a visit to Vienna as well as Styria, Burgenland and Salzburg. However, all holiday regions have one thing in common: everywhere you can spend a relaxing and at the same time dreamlike holiday all year round. The landscape in Austria is especially characterized by picturesque lakes and mountain landscapes. The Achensee in Tyrol and also the Wörthersee, the Ossiacher See and Faaker See in Carinthia invite you to take long walks and to linger. After a hike, a hearty snack with fresh cows milk or a glass of buttermilk in an idyllic alpine hut is the perfect way to refresh yourself.
Romantic winter landscapes and snow-covered slopes are just some of the images we automatically associate with Austria. This is a true paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. The skiing regions invite you to ski, cross-country skiing, ice skating or even tobogganing. Popular ski regions for beginners and returners are the Hochzeiger, Ski-Juwel Alpbachtal-Wildschönau and the Kitzbüheler Alpen St. Johann in Tirol ski areas. Famous places like Kitzbühel or Seefeld attract not only winter sports enthusiasts, but also other tourists. These picturesque places captivate with great shopping opportunities, exclusive shops and many rustic stops. Hiking holidaymakers also get their moneys worth in Austria. Well-signposted hiking trails lead past imposing mountain landscapes, idyllic mountain pastures and rustic mountain huts that blend into the landscape. Especially in summer, hiking buses are in operation and cable cars provide access to the high mountains. One of the most impressive hiking areas is definitely the Hohe Tauern National Park. In the largest protected area, located in the Alps, you can go on simple day hikes, via ferrata or alpine tours lasting several days.
Feel like once the empress and stroll through the historic alleys of Vienna. Discover the magnificent buildings, the beautiful castles and exciting museums. The Sisi Monument in Viennas Volksgarten commemorates the once most beautiful empress of her time. Not far from there, you will find the Augustinerkirche. Sissi and Franz Josef got married here in 1854. Another highlight for Sissi enthusiasts is Schönbrunn Palace. The former summer residence of the empress was built in the late 17th century and impresses with a beautiful palace park with noble gardens. In addition to a varied cultural programme, Vienna also has a lot to offer in terms of culinary delights. Vienna is known above all for its cuisine and teahouse culture. Be sure to try a traditional Wiener Schnitzel and a piece of original Viennese Sachertorte.