Our Dirndl Ambassadors, men and women dressed in traditional Dirndl and Lederhosen, charmed Sydney in summer 2013 - they appeared at various public places, interacted and "flirted" with Sydneysiders, spread the word about Austria and had fun along the way. Join in the Dirndl fun, watch videos from the group outings, find out about the Dirndl in Austria today, thriving traditions and outstanding regions in Austria.Austria. Dirndl Temptation Sydney 2013
If cities had a sense of taste, Salzburg would certainly be sweet. This is not only because Salzburg’s most famous delicacy, the Mozartkugel, is made of the finest of nougat and marzipan; it is also and above all because of the fairytale charm of the Baroque city. Salzburg also impresses with its modern architectural counterpoints.Architectural highlights in Salzburg...
Visitors to Innsbruck in the summer months may be amazed to encounter a glacier-like, futuristic ice formation in the middle of the city, but they are experiencing just one of many examples of innovative architecture that serve to create a stimulating contrast to the numerous historic buildings here in Tirol.Architectural Highlights in Tirol...
It is Innsbrucks unique setting as a dazzling city inbetween impressive mountain ranges, that the Hungerburg funicular takes advantage of: Just a stone throw away from the famous “Goldenes Dachl” (golden roof) you can start your journey into lofty mountain heights.Find out more about Hungerburg funicular
A ride on the magic carpet? A stroll through the dino forrest or the fairy tale village? An expedition in the Fiss cave world? Children will have a whale of a time in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Apart from the numerous attractions, the Kinderschneealm is the winter-paradise for mini-skiers. Celebrating its 20th birthday this year, the Kinderschneealm is still playful as a child, but offers full-grown possibilities.Find out more about children skiing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis
With its unique blend of urban flair and winter sports, Tyrol'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.Find out more about skiing in Innsbruck
The Cheese Route through the Bregenzerwald in Vorarlberg is the ideal way to explore the region and its close ties with cheese-making: from dairy farms to cheese speciality inns, and from alpine pastures to milkmaids. If you’re a cheese connoisseur, this is for you.Find out more about the Cheese Road
Alpine Lodges are available in all sizes and standards - even deluxe ones with sauna.Find out more about Alpine Lodges and Vacation rentals in Austria
The winter sports program of the Olympic Ski World Innsbruck reads like a wish list: easy for beginners, steep for advanced skiers and extreme for free riders. That is all available with just 1 ski pass where you ski in 9 different ski resorts. And once you have finished your last run you can enjoy the amenities the capital city of the Alps has on offer.Find out more about Innsbruck
Ski races have a long tradition at the Arlberg, but this is without a doubt one of the most spectacular races during the winter season.
Salzburger Land has an unbelievable 6,000 different cycling and mountain biking routes to choose from. Virtually every village has a day excursion route, offering a variety of different experiences, but the province has an infinite choice of longer and more challenging tours too.Find out more about biking in the province of Salzburg
Panoramic views of unspoiled wilderness from relaxing lounge chairs, some of the best skiing just out the front door and a unique blend of rustic Tyrolean style with contemporary design – The new Hotel TheMOOSER opened in December 2011. It is one of St. Anton’s most coveted lodging locations - for good reasons.Find out more about TheMOOSER
Austrian artists, architects and designers have long moved beyond the traditional boundaries of their genres. They are and always have been world travelers, connoisseurs - and at times, provocateurs.Find out more about Art, Architecture & Design in Austria
There are numerous ways to explore and experience a destination but none as intimate and personal as taking the time to enjoy your vacation destination on foot. Walking and hiking in Austria will get you close to nature and allow you to get to know the people and the wonderful traditions in Austria.Find out more on Walking the Alps
At first is sounds improbable: Vorarlberg - a small, mostly rural state in the middle of the Alps - has become one of Europe's leading regions for modern art and architecture.Find out more about Modern Architecture in the Alps