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Your holidays in the Austrian Alps

The Austrian Alps captivate with their stunning alpine landscapes, boasting majestic peaks, lush valleys, and crystal-clear lakes. 

This iconic mountain range offers a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, providing year-round opportunities for skiing, hiking, and mountaineering adventures. The charming alpine villages nestled among the peaks offer a glimpse into Austrian culture, making the region a captivating blend of natural beauty and traditional heritage.

Lech and St. Anton, both nestled in the breathtaking Austrian Alps, are renowned destinations that offer captivating experiences year-round.

Lech, with its charming Alpine village atmosphere, is a haven for winter sports enthusiasts, with one of the highest average annual snowfalls in the Alps. Its pristine slopes and diverse terrain cater to skiers and snowboarders of all levels, while the après-ski scene and luxurious accommodations provide relaxation and indulgence.

On the other hand, St. Anton, famous for its role in pioneering modern skiing, boasts challenging slopes, making it a favorite among advanced skiers seeking adrenaline-packed adventures. Beyond the snow-covered slopes, St. Anton's picturesque streets are alive with traditional Austrian architecture, cozy cafes, and a vibrant nightlife.

Whether you seek the tranquil beauty of Lech or the exhilarating energy of St. Anton, both destinations offer an unparalleled Austrian Alpine experience that leaves visitors enchanted and inspired.

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When to leave

  • Winter

The Austrian Alps transform into a winter wonderland during these months, blanketed in pristine snow that beckons skiers and snowboarders to world-class resorts. Festive markets and cozy lodges add to the charm, creating a magical atmosphere perfect for indulging in winter sports and savoring traditional alpine delights.

  • Spring

As the snow begins to melt, spring brings a sense of renewal to the Austrian Alps. This is an excellent time for those seeking quieter slopes for skiing or snowboarding, as well as for visitors interested in experiencing the transition from winter to the awakening of alpine flora. Hiking trails gradually open, revealing breathtaking landscapes and providing a unique perspective on the region's natural beauty.

  • Summer

The Austrian Alps truly come alive during summer, offering a paradise for hikers, mountain bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. With pleasant temperatures and extended daylight hours, this season is perfect for exploring the lush valleys, vibrant meadows, and serene lakes that dot the landscape. The alpine villages host a variety of cultural events, adding to the vibrancy of the region.

  • Autumn

In autumn, the Austrian Alps put on their most beautiful colours and reveal a more intimate and confidential atmosphere. The days are still long and the temperatures, though cooler, lend themselves perfectly to long hikes. At this time of year, the Alpine villages prepare for the high season, and many restaurants and stores begin to reopen their doors.

How to get there

  • By plane

Reaching the Austrian Alps is convenient and well-connected. The major gateway is through Vienna, the capital city, which has an international airport with numerous flights from around the world.

Alternatively, travelers can fly directly to Innsbruck or Salzburg airports, both of which provide easy access to the heart of the alpine region.

  • By train

Efficient train networks and well-maintained roadways further facilitate travel, ensuring a seamless journey into the breathtaking landscapes of the Austrian Alps.

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