Gastein and Grossarl are a pair of gorgeous and very different winter ski destinations barely an hour’s drive from the divine easy-to-access Austrian city of Salzburg and its airport. We check them out.
Mayrhofen is one of Austria’s great ski areas with a huge array of slopes mixed with a pretty town replete with typical Tyrolean architecture and a lively nightlife.
Starting and finishing in Kramsach, this four-day hike covers a distance of 50km and a difference in height of 3,600m with much to see on the way.
The Schlosshotel Fiss in the Austrian Tyrol may well be an example of alpine luxury at its finest both during the ski season and the summer months.
The Alpe-Adria Trail runs for 750km from the foot of the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain, into Slovenia and ends in Italy.
Innsbruck is a popular ski resort, yet there’s a lot to discover away from the slopes making it an all-year round destination.
Alpe-Adria Trail is the first English-language guide to the epic new 750-km hiking route through the mountains of Austria, Slovenia and Italy.
Druids gather at Stonehenge on midsummer’s night, June 21, to pay homage to the universe. Austrians light fires.
A good choice for families and offering plenty of activities - 100km of winter walking trails, curling and ice-skating - for skiers travelling with non-skiing partners.
Situated on the banks of the Danube River, Vienna retains its regal air while offering a glimpse of the avant-garde.
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