As Britain's long-standing favourite 'Lakes & Mountains' destination, Austria holidays continue to charm with their combination of fairytale features and local traditions. Pretty alpine villages, meadows, and old fashioned folklore take you back to quieter, unhurried times.
Hiking trails for all levels are well marked and easily accessible from an array of excellent hotels in Austria. The lakes offer spectacular scenery and relaxing boat trips, and the cities are full of imperial architecture and medieval history.
There are many different resorts to choose from including: Kitzbühel, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Lech, Fuschl and Mayrhofen. Holidays in Austria have something for everyone which is why so many guests return every year to this much-loved country. Whichever destination you choose, you will be welcomed with a friendly "Grüss Gott!".
Surrounded by meadows and forests and set against the beautiful backdrop of the Gratlspitz peaks, this fairytale village has lost none of its 'olde worlde' charm with picturesque overhanging eaves and balconies with wonderful flowers. The village is a haven of peace and quiet and surrounded by picturesque walking country, from gentle rambles through meadows ... read more
Just over the Austrian border, lies the small yet vibrant town of Bregenz with the shimmering waters of Lake Constance on one side and the greenery of the Pfänder mountain and Bregenz forest on the other. Best known as being the home of the biggest lake stage in the world, where spectacular opera performances take place during the renowned ‘Bregen... read more
Ellmau is a pretty village located between the rolling green slopes of the Kitzbüheler Alps and the craggy Wilder Kaiser (Wild Emperor) mountains. With a strong farming history, it it still full of local character and tradition. The village also boasts Austria’s longest mountain cable railway, the ‘Hartkaiserbahn’, which ascends to the... read more
This pretty little village, with wonderful walking and a charming atmosphere, enjoys a truly picture-postcard setting at the foot of the Bischofsmütze and Dachstein Mountain peaks, surrounded by unspoilt scenery. Bischofsmütze means ‘Bishop’s hat’, and is so called after the striking shape of the peaks which form the backdrop to t... read more
This enchanting village lies on the shores of a tranquil lake surrounded by pine clad hills and gentle mountains. Swimming or rowing is a pleasure in its crystal clear waters, especially as no motor boats are allowed. The village is a marvellous centre for walking with some wonderful woodland strolls, and a lovely path around the lake and some tougher hikes ... read more
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