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Today, our goal will be the Austrian village of Saalbach Hinterglemm (consisting of two small towns Saalbach and Hinterglemm) located in the district of Zell am See. The village is a well-known center for almost all winter sports, there is a network of four slopes with a total length of up to 270 kilometers. However, even in summer, a lot of tourists come here.
Here you can find some holiday tips and ideas for an active holiday in Carinthia in the sunny south of Austria.
Nature, peace and endless space - the ideal place to get new experiences. Lower Austria offers deep forests and vineyards lined with the Danube, mighty mountains, but also a varied culture and interesting history. With the release of restrictions, the Lower Austrian region is becoming a tourist tip this summer.
Last week we visited the town of Baden in Lower Austria, we already know about its history and perhaps the biggest tourist attraction - spa. Today we will continue to explore. We will look at interesting sights and institutions, recommend a few social events and finally give some tips for trips to the surroundings of the city.
Approximately 30 kilometers south of Vienna, in the province of Lower Austria extends spa town of Baden (unofficially Baden bei Wien), which was at the time of the monarchy popular place in Austria's elite and now offers a unique atmosphere full of elegance and grandeur.
Today we have a trip to the Austrian state of Salzburg, more precisely to the breathtaking Zell am See region, which is famous for ski resorts, beautiful lakes, picturesque villages or majestic mountains.
Today we will visit the alpine valley of Stubaital, which is located in the Austrian state of Tyrol, more precisely near the city of Innsbruck. More than 35 km long valley offers several top ski resorts, colorful winter adventures and interesting events.
This time we set out on the ski hills, cabins and cable cars to Styria. We will talk about the news of this season, sports, relaxation and cultural events.
Lower Austria offers 24 ski resorts with more than 200 kilometers of slopes, serving almost 100 cable cars and lifts. The slopes are mostly mild and wide, so they appeal to families and beginners.
As Christmas approaches, Lower Austria's castles, monasteries and blacksmith workshops are opening their gates. You can also discover the art of craftsmen and trumpeters at the various Advent markets. The pre-Christmas atmosphere is enhanced not only by impressive baskets with burning fire and mugs of hot cider, but also by the wonderful environment. The old customs that are often forgotten in the Christmas hurry are here at almost every step.
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