Slow Travel Austria
Travel slowly. Magic words if you want to return from holiday less stressed than when you left, casting a glance at those apparent trivial things off the beaten track.
National Parks in Austria
Austria's national parks offer visitors the chance to discover nature in its original, unpolluted state and to come face to face with scenic beauty.
Eco-Hotels in Austria
Austria has long been recognised as a world leader in sustainable tourism and the wide choice of environmentally friendly accommodation reflects this.
You don't need your car to explore Austria. Be kind to the environment and travel by train, bus or boat, enjoying the country's stunning views all the way.
Find out what makes the World Economic Forum's Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report commend Austria and learn about the high standards of the Austrian Eco-Label.
Car-Free Holidays in Austria
Numerous Austrian towns and villages promote the concept of car-free holidays and vehicle-free zones, whilst many cities have converted public transport to clean fuels.
Grosses Walsertal in Vorarlberg is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve with the motto “use nature without harming it”, winning the area the highly accomplished EDEN award.
With 13 percent of cultivated land and 10 percent of its farmers organic, Austria is an international organic champion - and this benefits everybody.