Zoom high above the tree line on the cable car to brand new Peak World, perched at 3000 metres. Enjoy the high-altitude cinema, a mountain adventure zone, museum and restaurants. You can even go with a guide to see the fabulous flora and fauna of the wild and beautiful Hohe Tauern, Austria’s highest mountain range.Listen to Podcast 16
A vacation in Austria gets you close to nature and allows you to get to know the people and the wonderful traditions of the country. Austria's landscapes are incredibly varied and the options of outdoor acitities are endless. Be it a walk through Austria's Alps or along Austria's great rivers.Blissful Hikes
In the Alpbach Valley you’ll discover much more than charming 17th century wooden huts. In summer, the valley opens wide to reveal lush green meadows awash with wildflowers. Find your way back to nature: hike gentle trails alongside historic buildings such as the Handicraft Museum in Rattenberg, sleep in a cozy farmhouse B&B serving home-cooked comfort food, and treat yourself to fabulous spa treatments.Listen to Podcast 22
Get a fresh perspective in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Stroll a path with the birds along the tree-top panorama trail, the Baumzipfelweg. Test your limits in the climbing area, accompanied by professional guides. Discover a very Austrian tradition at Schnitza’s Holzpark, a wood-crafted adventure playground perfect for children. This vast Alpine playground has everything for an al fresco family getaway.Listen to Podcast 21
Holidays are never holidays without a bit of shopping so visitors will be delighted by many large shopping malls, small souvenir shops and splendid shopping streets across Austria. Go bargain hunting at one of the many colorful markets, stroll along an upscale shopping street or indulge in some serious shopping at 1000m above sea level.