Highest-rope Course at Kramsach

Highest-rope Course at Kramsach

After visiting the most bizarre museum in Tyrol, you should also try the highest nature rope course at Kramsach at the altitude of 520 meters above sea level. Outdoor activities like this can be an amazing experience if you are the adventurous type. The high-rope is at 17meters high. Let your adrenaline rush or enjoy what nature has installed for you in Kramsach. You can find the course in the Tiroler Seenland area and completing the tasks promotes your flexibility other than your confidence and... [ read more ]

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Besides hiking, mountain biking, Nordic walking and climbing, you can participate in theme excursions at the Ötz Valley. Ötz Valley or Inn Valley, has a gorgeous nature with breathtaking landscape. Along the way, you can also find many traditional alpine huts and inns. Hikers can take the ski lifts to get to the valley stations. If you want a mountain view, you can also use these ski lifts. Challenging trails awaits bikers and they are mostly more than 2,500 meters above the sea level. Some ha... [ read more ]

Leisure Activities for Families with Children

Leisure Activities for Families with Children

One of the most popular destination for recreation in Austria is the Lake Schlitters. It is even more attractive a place if you enjoy bathing in the nature in particular in the summer. Lake Schlitters not just offers that leisurely enjoyment, you can also organize to get there as an excursion. It is located right at the entrance of the Zillertal valley just along the cycle track. Besides being a great lake for nature bathing, there are sanitary facilities as well as a beach volley field for acti... [ read more ]

Best Walking Resorts in Austria

Best Walking Resorts in Austria

Nothing beats fresh air, this we meant fresh mountain air coupled with a great scenery of crystal clear lakes. The most scenic Alpine resorts in Austria range from Innsbruck, Seefeld, Alpbach Valley, Hallstatt, Lake Constance Region, Vorarlberg, Bregenzerwald and Salzburger Land. Lake Constance Region is a special point with the lake on the Rhine. There are three amazing bodies of water namely the Obersee, Untersee and the Seerhein. The lake was formed by the Rhine Glacier during the ice age and... [ read more ]

Leithagebirge and Lake Neusiedl in Spring

Leithagebirge and Lake Neusiedl in Spring

Vineyards turns into oceans of blossoms of cherry trees. Be it pink or white, you can find them everywhere particularly the villages of Purbach, Winden, Donnerskirchen, Jois and Breitenbrunn. The so called ‘Cherry blossom trail’ can be discovered and explored by foot, on bikes, or even by car. Just choose your favourite way and going down the hillside church of Wehrkirche is one of the most spectacular way to see Donnerskirchen. As early as the early April til the mid-April, you get to s... [ read more ]

Austrian Mountaineering Villages

Austrian Mountaineering Villages

There are at least seventeen Austrian mountaineering villages with excellent environment quality and great landscape. Even they are committed to the local cultural and natural values preservation. From Jenbach, you can get to the Ginzling im Zillertal which is one of the mountaineering villages. You can take a train there or by bus from Mayrhofen. The other alternative way is by car on the Inntalautobahn A12 motorway. There are lodges such as the Gamshutte, the Friesenberghaus, the Olperer H... [ read more ]

Excellent Alpine Clubs in Austria

Excellent Alpine Clubs in Austria

The largest Mountaineering club in Austria is also the Austrian Alpine Club. It has more than 350,000 members and basically, it upkeep a total of 242 alpine huts in Austria. Some are in the neighbouring countries, the total of 40 thousand kilometers of footpaths are under its care. The museum in Innsbruck shows it the history of alpinsim. Mountaineering or mountain climbing is to some just simply hiking and skiing. However, others took it up as a sport, even a hobby and for those who excels ... [ read more ]

Liechtenstein Museum and Gardens in Vienna

Liechtenstein Museum and Gardens in Vienna

This museum is a special one that includes the Princely Collections. It has important European works of art and what you see is the world’s leading private art collections. The museum is named after the princely House of Liechtenstein and it has several locations. One of which is int he IX District Alsergrund of Vienna. The other is in the other part of Vienna called Bankgasse. Its highlights of the garden palace is the painted decor in the Palais. Mostly constributed by Antonio Belucci, J... [ read more ]

Ski Circus and the Alpine Highway

Ski Circus and the Alpine Highway

If you haven't seen the Ski Circus, Kitzhuhel has something to offer. The areas that are best in Austria with the must ski places are namely: Flachau, Gerlos, Lech am Arlberg, Neustift, Saalbach, Solden, St Anton am Arlberg, Stuben am Arlberg and last but not least, Zauchensee. High and Ski-in, Ski-out For intermediates, the south of Salzburg is where you can find the highest ski holiday resorts. Venture into the Ski Amade ski region that links into Flauchauwinkl, Flachau and Wagrain St Jo... [ read more ]

Linz and Salzkammergut

Linz and Salzkammergut

Other than the fabled road 'Grossglockner', Linz is the other place to see in Austria. Almost all the guide books will tell you to see Vienna's major sights such as the St. Stephan's Cathedral, the Schonbrunn Palace, the Hofburg, the Kunsthistorisches, the Museums Quartier Complex, the Leopold Museum, the Kunsthalle Wien, the Belvedere Palance and the suburb of Grinzing, including this one. However, we are introducing a little different route to see Austria, that is to see Linz. If you take th... [ read more ]