The majestic Austrian Alps stretch across the country, including Europe’s largest national park, 700-square-mile Hohe Tauern, and storied Salzburg and Innsbruck. Discover every facet of natural beauty with your Austrian Alps vacation rental.
Experience ski chalets in Austria
The Austrian Alps are home to spectacular skiing and hiking, as well as Gross Glockner, Austria’s highest peak. This country is one of the world’s best winter and summer sports playgrounds, and an Austrian Alps ski chalet lets you revel in this paradise for nature lovers. In summer, explore the lakes by ferry or small rented boats. Take a funicular, mountain train up to the top of the mountain peaks for the spectacular view. Go for a hike or hit the bike trails, there are lots of options for all abilities, or play a round in the golf center of the Alps, there are four courses in Kitzbuehel.
But winter in Austria is when the countryside really shines. Have cozy meal in a Tyrolean Stuben, wooden parlors found in hotels and restaurants that were traditionally part of old farmhouses in Tirol, or raise a frosty mug in one of Munich’s famous beer halls. From your Austrian Alps vacation rental, access Kitzbuehel, the sports capital in the heart of the Alps. Ski Kitzbühel’s 99 miles of manicured pistes, or boarders can experience the top-notch terrain park. Après-ski is the perfect way to unwind after an exciting day on the slope. Walk back to your Austrian Alps villa rental to warm up with a mug, and marvel at the moon twinkling on the fresh snow.
For a cosmopolitan day trip, visit the elegant city of Salzburg, cradled between two mountains, Mönchsberg and Kapuzinerberg. The birthplace of the composer Mozart, the city’s legacy is alive and well over 210 years after his death: there are concerts in various venues almost every night. Full of Baroque age architecture, Salzburg is one of Europe’s premier architectural gems. Austrian Alps vacation rentals brings this enchanted area to life in a storybook setting.
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