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Austria holidays

Austria may be small but it's also packed with variety, from grand Hapsburg palaces to mountain-framed alpine-green pastures. Stick to the cities to sip cream-smothered Viennese coffees in chandelier-lit cafes or trawl contemporary art galleries in fast developing Linz. Head for the great outdoors for lively apres-ski chalets or ski down Tyrol's snowy Alps.

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City breaks in Austria

Admire Vienna's vast Museums Quartier collection of museums. Or try local speciality Sachertorte cake in an elegant 19th-century coffee house. Take a stroll along the twinkling Ringstrasse boulevard that wraps itself around Vienna's centre. Climb Graz's medieval clock tower, looming above a jumble of red-roofed townhouses. Or head north to Linz, the pulse of modern-day Austria with cutting-edge art galleries and a vibrant nightlife scene.

Things to do in Austria

The Eastern Alps steal the limelight in the Tyrol, Vorarlberg and Salzburgerland areas. Fly to Innsbruck for summertime rambles through edelweiss flower meadows. In the winter, stay in a popular ski resort like Kitzbühel or Mayrhofen. Gaze up at the Grossglockner or hear the crash of Krimml Falls waterfall in Hohe Tauern National Park. Moving east the scenery shifts to rolling woodland and shady apple orchards.

Skiing in Austria

Ski holidays in Austria offer high quality pistes, great modern lifts and world-class ski schools.

Kitzbühel

Home to the famous annual Hahnenkamm Race, Kitzbühel is a great resort for every level. From newcomers to experts there is a run for you, so expect to be sharing the pistes with some very good skiers. Wide slopes accommodate beginners, whilst steep red and black runs allow the more advanced to gain some real speed. It is said that skiing was ‘invented’ here, but what brings the international crowd is more than that. Great food, both traditional and modern, chic bars and high-end shops all create a sense of luxurious charm.

Kitzbühel ski facts
最近的机场
滑雪季节 12 月至来年 4 月
滑雪区 170 公里
高地度假村 760 m
缆车数 53
滑道 共 60 条
初学者 25
中级 27
高级 8

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Zell am See

This beautiful lakeside town is idyllic, traditionally Tyrolean, but is also a modern ski resort with high-tech, fast-moving lifts up to 3000 metres. Zell am See itself is a large town, with fantastic bars, great shopping and high-end hotels, making it a good destination for a luxury ski holiday. The pistes are perfect for beginners, with some long wide blue runs together with spectacular views of the lake below. There are also some brilliant red runs for the more advanced skiers, and even a few steep blacks for the courageous. Afterwards, head down into town for some well-deserved après ski beers.

Zell am See ski facts
最近的机场
滑雪季节 12 月至来年 4 月
滑雪区 138 公里
高地度假村 750 m
缆车数 53
滑道 共 59 条
初学者 31
中级 19
高级 9

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Photo of a young couple enjoy the decoration on Christmas Market, during Christmas Holidays.

In the winter,follow the fairy lights tothe town hall square

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