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    • Family at Weinhof & Buschenschank Scharl
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    Experience Styria. Savour cordiality.

    Styria shines with two epithets: the Green Heart and the delicatessen of Austria. Between apple trees, vineyards and pumpkin fields, the gently hilly province attracts visitors with a variety of local and regional specialties.

    The joy of cordiality

    Grazer Krauthäuptel Lettuce / Graz
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    A journey through the Green Heart of Austria - a distinction Styria earns by having the highest proportion of forest in the country - leads from the Dachstein glacier to the pleasure capital Graz to healing springs in the thermal and volcanic country to wine. Despite these different types of landscape, the people are united by one characteristic: Styrian cordiality. It is characterised by uncomplicated curiosity, spiced with generosity and a portion of serenity.

    One could say that pumpkin seed oil runs through the veins of the Styrians. The green gold lends this delicate, nutty flavour to dishes such as Grazer Krauthäuptel Salad, Fried Chicken Salad, the Runner Bean Salad and desserts. Visitors can taste crisp and sweet apple varieties from Arlet, Gala, Crown Prince Rudolf to Elstar on the Apple Road, which winds its way through eastern Styria. In the cold spring water in the Alps, char, trout and mountain prawn cavort. Southern flair and fruity wines can be enjoyed at wine festivals and in Buschenschanken (wine tavern) along the Styrian Wine Routes. A charming corner of the world with warm-hearted people. This is "genuinely Styrian".

    Sensual taste experiences in Styria

    •                         Thermen- & Vulkanland Region - Cycling tour
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      Cycling tour for all senses

      The cycling experience for connoisseurs: Culinary manufactories, colorful gardens, river landscapes, countless bathing lakes and thermal spas invite you to linger.
      Explore the stages
    •                         Buschenschank, Brettljause, white wine
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      Route 66 Road Trip

      Right through the heart of the thermal spa and volcano country: The namesake of the American Route 66 offers a great density of culinary highlights.
      Plan culinary breaks
    •                         Southern Styria wine region
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      In the vineyards

      Eight Styrian wine routes are spread over three wine-growing regions: in the Thermen- und Vulkanland, in Southern Styria and in Western Styria.
      Discover wine routes
    •                 Enjoyment of wine
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      Welcome to the Styria's deli

      Guests experience the Styrian cordiality when tasting regional products and dishes as well as during culinary experiences, whether at the Dachstein Glacier or along the wine routes.

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    Styria's culinary ambassadors

    Holidays in Styria

    Gentle tourism in the region of the Vulkanlandhotel Legenstein

    The Green Heart

    All the colors of nature: In the middle of Austria, Styria offers a lively city feeling in Graz, breathtaking views of vineyards in the south and fresh ingredients on the plate.

    Off to Styria
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    • Lunch with Styrian fried chicken
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      Styrian recipes

      Typically Styrian: In addition to Sterz, Fried Chicken and Kürbisschmankerln, Styrian root meat is a traditional delicacy.

    • Wine from the south of Styria
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      Tour de Vin

      From Styria to Burgenland - the wine tour through Eastern Austria fulfills dreams of lovers of fermented grape juice.

    • Clock tower, Graz
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      Colorful diversity in Graz

      Socializing at Lendplatz, culture at Schlossberg or music at Augarten: Graz inspires with its Mediterranean flair.

    Accommodation in Styria

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