Austria is a federation of 9 districts situated in Central Europe.
As Austria is a mountainous country, the climate varies depending on the altitude. Eastern Austria has in generally a continental type of climate with cold winters and hot summers, an ideal honeymoon destination or simply to book your holiday villa and flights. The Northern and Western valleys climate is influenced by the northern rainy winds coming from Atlantic Ocean.
Austria is dominated by Alps and Pre Alps, mountains having still remains of ice ages. Lakes with clean waters, the impressive landscapes, prove that the Austrians respect and protect the nature.
The highest mountain is Grossglockner, of 3.798 m. The north and the East of the country are hilly and the West and the South are famous as winter sport destination.
» ARLBERG - the preferred resort for English tourists (since 1928) having as specific feature the mixture of traditional and modern buildings. It is recommended for young people and persons wiling of entertainment and active holiday.
The area offers a lot of possibilities for ski having in the same time many attractive offers for spending the holiday in cottages, luxury chalets or villas: slide on snow, sleigh ride, skating area, open air bowling, wormed indoor swimming pools, tennis, billiard, and cinema.
A strong point of this region consists in its numerous ski slopes for advanced skiers and experts. The resort is not recommended for the beginner due to the miss of easy and uncluttered ski slopes.
» ISCHGL Silvretta Ski and Funsport Ischgl is one of the most spectacular and in fashion ski resort of Austria. Well maintained tracks, snow until the spring end, an impressive network of ski lifts and numerous possibilities of relaxation and entertainment are prepared for tourists.
5 km far, in Kappl resort they can ski at 2700 m altitude on 40km of slopes. This resort is also famous for the facilities offered to the families with children. Tourist children can spend the day in free kindergarten.
» SÖLDEN is the nucleus of Oztal area. It is a well known sportive centre at 1377- 3255 m, where the professionals and the beginners can enjoy large slopes and permanent snow.
After ski parties and active night life transformed this resort in a meeting place for the peoples from all over the world, willing of winter sports and entertainment.
» SEEFELD is an attractive small town situated on a sunny plateau in Tyrol, close to Innsbruck. It housed twice the Winter Olympic Games.
It is an international resort with separate slopes for beginners and intermediary. Tourists can benefit of excellent stores network, bars and cafés, a superb sport centre and many other possibilities for spending times after ski.
This resort is very appropriate for non homogenous groups as regards the ski abilities.
» INNSBRUCK is Tyrol capital and residence of Parliament, Government and Tyrol local authorities. It is well known in the world because it housed the winter Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976.
The Olympic resort is a real Eldorado for winter sport lovers. In addition, its touristic offer is very attractive due to the cultural sights of Innsbruck: the Palace, the Imperial Garden, the Imperial Church and the Winter Zoo.
» STUBAITAL is one of the most beautiful valleys of Tyrol. Its strong points are: high level services, impressive over 3000 m peaks, large slopes going down on a glacier, offering conditions 365 day per year, ski lifts with an impressive capacity. In addition, Innsbruck is only 15 minutes far.
» ZILLERTAL – When you go in ZILLERTAL, you have to face with the difficulty to choose from the multitude of slopes available. Having over 500 km of impeccable ski slopes, this area is the most demanded of the Austrian Alps. Nevertheless it kept a character specific to Austrian villages.
In Hintertux they can ski all the year long and Zillertal Arena offers 3000 routes connected to each other in such a way that the skiers have the possibility to go through as many as possible.
» KITZBÜHEL is on the Top Ten of Austrian resorts due in the same measure to its varied Apres-ski programs and to its impressive infrastructure: hundreds of slopes, 2 lakes, 30 tennis areas, and a Tyrolese fair that combine successfully the traditional and the modern.