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Winter in Austrian Cities

Soak up a bit of urban atmosphere during a winter holiday in Austrians cities. Spend a day in one of the numerous museums, ice skate in front of Vienna’s town hall or indulge in the “sweet things of life” in one of the famous coffee houses.
Salzburg Christmas Market © Österreich Werbung / Niederstrasser Salzburg Christmas Market © Österreich Werbung / Niederstrasser

Christmas season in the Austrian cities

There is no better time to visit the Austrian cities than Christmas season.
The weeks from late November to the end of the year hold a very special meaning in Austria.

Visit the beautiful Christmas markets, try some Glühwein, enjoy the endless variety of Christmas cookies and ginger bread while listening to the carol singers.

  Discover Austria's most beautiful Christmas markets
Skiier in Kühtai, Tirol © Innsbruck Tourismus / Daniel Zangerl Skiier in Kühtai, Tirol © Innsbruck Tourismus / Daniel Zangerl

Combine your skiing holiday with a city break

Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck

With its unique blend of urban flair and winter sports, Tirol's regional capital names itself the capital of the Alps for good reason. Multi-faceted and full of surprises, Innsbruck is the perfect venue for a skiing holiday with an urban touch.

Nine skiing areas make up the Olympia ski orld Innsbruck: the Glungezer skiing area at Tulfes, the Stubai Glacier skiing area, the Schlick 2000 skiing area in the Stubaital valley, the Kühtai skiing area in Kühtai, the highest-located winter sports resort of Austria, the Axamer Lizum skiing area, the family-friendly Oberperfuss - Rangger Köpfl skiing area, the small Muttereralm skiing area, the Olympic skiing area Patscherkofel and finally the skiing area at the Nordkette, which can directly be reached from Innsbruck.
  Find out more about winter holidays in Innsbruck

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