Adventure in Austria

Alpine Villages ©PKirillov/flickr

Alpine Villages ©PKirillov/flickr

It is really easy to get up close to the nature when you are in Austria. It is also a wonderful way to get to know the beautiful traditions of Austria when you choose Austria as your travel destination. There are varied landscapes and many different choices of places to choose from. Some activities includes walking through the Austrian Alps and biking along the majestic Austrian rivers. Whenever you want, you can always stop to go to the historic city centers or choose to attend the cultural events. Food lovers you will not want to miss the many gourmet restaurants in Austria for a great adventure for your taste buds.

Walking the Austrian Alps

An intimate and personal way to explore Austria is taking time to enjoy the place on foot. Getting close to nature in Austria means you walk or hike and at the same time giving yourself a chance to meet the people and know their traditions in Austria. Cheese connoisseur will love the Cheese Route or the Bregenzerwald Cheese Road in Vorarlberg. It is just the way to go. Explore the region about cheese-making, see the cheese speciality inns, dairy farms, milkmaids, and alpine pastures.

Cheese Route

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Cheese Farms

From creamy natural yoghurt to smooth locally churned butter, the Cheese Route is the way to enjoy and appreciate how these products in the region’s dairy farm are made. Along the way you can see fine old traditional buildings, their crafts traditions and folklore. It is an idyllic setting for you and your family to be immersed. Some alpine dairy farming museums can be found in Hittisau, see a 300 year old alpine dairy kitchen as one of the exhibits and be amazed by the historic utensils used in cheese making.

Exquisite Walking Resorts

From perfect scenery to fresh mountain air, Austria is a place with lots of crystal clear lakes and its abundance in these kind of nature is limitless. The most scenic Alpine resorts are the Innsbruck which is the capital of Tirol. If you are there, you might as well check out the Holiday Villages. Seefeld is on a high and sunny plateau with a stunning panoramic view. The nearby villages to explore are Leutasch, Scharnitz, Reith, and Mosern BuchenAlpbach Valley is only forty-five minutes by car from Innsbruck. Others like Hallstatt, Lake Constance Region and last but not least, the Salzburger Land.

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