Active Winter in Raurisertal
The skiing area Rauriser Hochalmbahn offers ideal conditions for beginners and families.From
The skiing area Rauriser Hochalmbahn offers ideal conditions for beginners and families.From
Thanks to a special Snowman Ticket rate and Magic Carpet training lift, you can enjoy skiing with the whole family amidst magnificent Bohemian Forest scenery at the skiing area Hochficht.
This cosy apartment is situated in a quiet, sunny position. Guests enjoy a large living/dining room, terrace and barbecue, plus panoramic views of the mountains and countryside. Parking by the house.From
Planning a ski holiday with kids is more difficult than you might think. That's because there are so many family-friendly winter offers in Austria that it's hard to make a decision where to go.
From the Grossglockner to the sea, the route is the destination along Carinthia's Alpe-Adria-Trail.From
Get heaps of family holiday ideas from the Kinderhotels' official English website, so that you can relax this year while your youngsters have mountains of fun. All-inclusive packages, no hidden extras, the highest levels of service and first class facilities.
E-Bikes make light work of those uphill tracks. If you’d love to go on a cycling holiday, but fitness levels within your party vary, the E-Bike is the perfect solution. It’s a normal mountain bike which has been modified with a battery. With four levels of acceleration, riders can coast downhill at their leisure, then use the battery to ride up the other side.
Artistically designed decorations, traditional crafts, delicious Carinthian cuisine and colouful Easter gifts.
Decorate eggs at the Traditional Easter Market and join an international audience at the Salzburg Easter Festival.
Step into spring with local customs such as "Palmbuschbinden" on your Easter break in Styria.
Visit Innsbruck Easter Market, and nearby Hall and Kufstein, plus don't miss the Easter Festival Tirol.
The array of markets and magnificent concerts and operas will entice you to return to Vienna for Easter every year.
Caring for the environment is just plain common sense at Austria’s ultra-family-friendly Kinderhotels, where sustainable holidays don’t come at a premium price. At Kinderhotels, the little ones learn a lot about nature, animals and where food comes from. Take the family away with a good conscience by spending your holidays here.
Austria has long been recognised as a world leader in sustainable tourism and the wide choice of environmentally friendly accommodation reflects this.
Just bring a good mood and the love of snow - fitness levels and experience can stay at home when you head to the "NTC Blue Day" Fun Park in Carinthia's Nassfeld.
Austria's smaller ski regions are especially family-friendly, thanks to their manageable size, attractive prices, boundless equipment and courses for skiers of all ages. We guarantee you'll be back year after year.
A family holiday is a holiday with the kids, not all about the kids, and those who think children are obliged to go on countless hikes in Austria are a little behind the times.
A 7-night stay for a family of four* at a 4-star hotel with up to 60 hours a week of free childcare starts at £1,495 at selected Kinderhotels! (*2 adults & 2 children under 12)
Farmstay holidays are a great way to escape the hectic pace of urban life for a while and for kids to come into contact with animals they have only seen on TV.
Austria’s diverse cultural offerings include over 200 festivals, stretching from world scale events to small regional gatherings. Many of them make use of Austria’s beautiful surroundings, and most of them offer an outstanding culinary menu to accompany the cultural experience.
As part of the Snow Waltz Package the Wildkogel Holiday Arena offers a free ski course, intensive snowboard training, or attendance at the guest kindergarten. The best value family winter break.
For a number of years now there has been a free ski course for children in Tirol's Silberregion Karwendel. The kids learn to ski in just one week in a family-friendly ski area where snow is guaranteed.
The Gartenhotel Theresia in Saalbach Hinterglemm combines stylish décor with a charming alpine exterior.From
You can visit one of the oldest salt mines in the world at Hallein near Salzburg: its salt provided a livelihood for local people, brought riches to the archbishops and built the magnificent city of Salzburg we admire today.
Take a walk along Bregenzerwald's famous Cheese Trail and sample regional delicacies by farmers, alpine dairymen, cheesemakers and restaurants while en route.
9 ski and snowboard regions represent Innsbruck’s Olympia SkiWorld and all are connected by a free ski bus.From
Austria’s most unusual school can be found high on a mountain pasture. Visitors can learn about the bread and butter of life in a centuries-old farmhouse.The highlight of the lesson is of course the farmer’s platter! You can try the tasty, home-made produce for yourself.
The Tirolean holiday regions of Brixental, Hohe Salve and St. Johann are among the best for true Austrian hospitality.From
Learn to ski in just three days in Austria's sunny southern region of Carinthia - or get your money back!Family from
Enjoy a close-up experience of the Middle Ages at Sommeregg Castle, with tournaments, performances and even a Medieval Market to entertain visitors of all ages.
Magicians, stiltwalkers, jugglers on the streets and in the alleyways, live bands on the squares and thousands of people strolling around - this is Klagenfurt's Old Town Magic Festival.
Superb ski resorts, an abundance of natural snow, idyllic villages and lots of free space. A delight for winter sports aficionados and nature lovers. Winter in Vorarlberg and its holiday regions of Lech Zürs, Montafon and Bregenzerwald is truly spell-binding.From
Schladming-Dachstein lies in the heart of Ski amadé, Austria's biggest ski alliance, just an hour from Salzburg.From
The ski resort of Simonhöhe in St. Urban makes a special promise to kids learning to ski or snowboard: Should they not feel confident on the slopes after a week, then they can repeat the course free of charge!
The authentic charm and varied slopes make Alpbachtal and Wildschönau ideal for family winter holidays.From
Pistes for every level and snowparks for trick riding, there is snow and fun for all ages at the Skicircus.From
In Hochpustertal there are three skiing areas ideally suited for families, the largest of which is the Thurntaler near Sillian with its 45km runs of all levels, going up to 2407m of sun-flooded slopes with views of the Dolomites and no waiting at the lifts.
The diversified and exciting ski experience of St. Anton am Arlberg is a dream come true for the whole family.From
Beautiful valleys, quaint farmhouses and baroque monasteries provide a fantastically scenic backdrop for a tour of Austria by bike. Discover the classic route, the Danube Cycle Path, for a truly breathtaking experience of Austria's great outdoors.
What could possibly motivate a reasonable human being to tramp up a mountain on shoes resembling tennis rackets? The answer is easy: the promise of an unforgettable exerience in the wild that can only be had by moving beyond the flurry on the ski slopes.
From January to March, Vienna city hall transforms into a winter fairytale with a 6,000m² lit ice-skating area.
Tirol's Wilder Kaiser holiday region, with its villages Söll and Ellmau, is the ideal winter destination for families.From
Glaciers, mountains and lakes. Zell am See-Kaprun offers an alpine winter with a 100% snow guarantee.From
The combination of glaciers, mountains and lakes makes Zell am See-Kaprun a unique outdoor playground.From
Now available! Order your free Kinderhotels Guide 2014 and plan the family holiday you've always dreamed of. Pricing, property information and lots of colour photographs can be found in this handy and inspiring guide.
Opera on the lakeside stage, awe-inspiring mountains, surprisingly modern architecture and delicious cuisine.From
A week hiking in Austria's most popular holiday region with guided hikes, free hiking bus and local discount card.From
The Austrian cities of Graz, Salzburg and Innsbruck each leave their distinctive impression on visitors.From
Top mountain adventures for new energy and a fresh perspective. From Alpine hikes to Austria's best bike trails.From
Whether hiking, cycling, rafting, indulging or relaxing – enjoying yourself is what counts in St. Anton am Arlberg.From
Hiking thrills and heaps of other mountain experiences are guaranteed with the Kitzbüheler Alpen Summer Card.From
Enjoy a holiday amongst friends in Tirol's Wildschönau with the added benefit of the Wildschönau Card.From
Alpbach is claimed to be Austria’s most beautiful village, surrounded by an enchanting Alpine environment.From
The secret jewel of Hohe Tauern National Park conceals glorious hikes, gold panning and the "Kings of the Skies".From
Spend a week hiking, swimming and exploring Zell am See-Kaprun with the charming Chalet Mara as your base.From
Enjoy a great value 7-night package taking you to some of Europe's most beautiful villages, including half-board at a 3* hotel and the Alpbachtal Seenland Card, for access to summer mountain lifts and guided walks.From