The Kalkalpen National Park is one of Austria’s most mysterious landscapes. This secluded mountain and forest area can be best experienced on horseback.
Enjoy a great and sustainable dining experience in lovingly furnished surroundings in Linz.
The Löckerwirt sources its basic products from its own biological landscape and in the kitchen transforms them into honest, down-to-earth dishes.
Enjoy the luxury of the simple life; live well, eat and drink well and take in the surroundings. A guide to slowing down.
Stay in a tree house on Europe's longest treetop path, where the scent of wood is ever present during your vacation.
Alpine pastures, solitude & a hint of luxury; a vacation at the 4-star Forsthofalm is an unusual sensual experience.
Explore the river Drau in a canoe and discover one of Austria’s last natural paradises: Carinthia’s upper Drau valley.
The Kaunertal valley in the Ötztals Alps in Tirol is dominated by high mountains.
In search of lost tastes, Erich Stekovics has collected tomato seeds from around the whole world. Nowadays, he has more than 3,200 old kinds growing on his fields near Lake Neusiedl.
Gasthaus Schwan has plenty of surprises for guests with its wonderfully fresh and creative kitchen, for example the eight-course wild plant menu.
The Nock mountains in Carinthia are home to a unique medical plant. Its heady scent and exceptional powers can be felt by hikers exploring the mountains.
The Walser Autumn Festival is the “The steepest festival deep in the mountains”, located in the biosphere park in the Great Walser Valley.
Visit the Gustav Klimt center in Kammer am Attersee, where the masterspent his summer vacations.
Stay at the Waldklaue, voted “the most beautiful eco-hotel in Europe” by Geo Saison magazine three times in a row.
The gardens in Kamptal are particularly lush, attracting visitors with 19 unusual green oases in one of Lower Austria’s most picturesque regions.
This hideaway in the Tirolean mountains is an exclusive retreat for adults looking for a break and time for relaxation.
Nestled in the Burgenland’s Seewinkel region, the St. Martins Spa & Lodge is an oasis for wellness fans and wildlife friends alike.
Perched almost like an eagle’s nest high above Matrei in East Tirol, Kräuterwirtshaus Strumerhof invites guests to rest and recuperate.
Enjoy the clean mountain air and pristine nature in Vorarlberg's Kleinwalsertal high up in the Alps.
Focus on better health with an individually customized program. The future of lasting well-being can be found in Tyrol.
The Schilcherland with its vineyards and authentic local wine taverns combines all sorts of delights, and not just of a culinary nature: The Rauch-Hof, offers an idyllic place to stay, outstanding food and unusual cultural experiences.
A jewel of Baroque meets contemporary art. 70,000 restored books, ceiling frescoes and sculptures in the magnificent library hall face works by Erwin Wurm, and many more.
The Gradonna Resort in Kals, East Tirol, unites many ways of life in one, and is located next to the ski run of the foot of the Großglockner mountain.
Located in one of the most beautiful coves on Lake Mondsee in Salzburg you’ll find the five-star hotel with its own private beach.
The Hotel-Restaurant has become one of the top culinary addresses between Graz and the Semmering since Andreas Krainer and his wife Astrid began stirring things up here.
Located high up in Carinthia's Nock Mountains' the Almdorf Seinerzeit is a dream come true!
Enjoy high-end biodynamic wines and a small, but delicious Heuriger-style kitchen at the Gut Oggau in Burgenland.
From the sub-alpine slopes of the Semmering region to the Pannonian plain and Hungary: the alpannonia® hiking route. Limitless hiking pleasure, guaranteed.
Ideally located on Lake Fuschl, this resort has the largest private spa in the Salzkammergut Lake region.
A unique hiking experience in Vorarlberg, where you'll accompany musicians and learn about their alpine inspiration.
The Rogner Bad Blumau in Styria is more than just a thermal spring. Enjoy healing springs, a sauna area.
The Mühltalhof in Neufelden is one of those places that’s so good one would much rather keep it a secret.
Wolves only 19 miles outside Vienna! Austria’s only wolf research center is located at the Ernstbrunn Game Park.
The mountain range of the Steinerne Meer, lush green meadows and a lake form the backdrop for Europe’s most important festival for contemporary jazz.
Visit the Gasthof Morent in SalzburgerLand and enjoy their regional cuisine, using only the freshest herbs from their garden.
Art and province - two terms that exclude each other? Far from it! The history of Austrian visual arts was largely written in the village-like Nötsch in Carinthia.