Diversity during your holiday

in the Waldviertel and Weinviertel

The most beautiful hotels in Lower Austria

Culture, nature and culinary delights during your holiday in Lower Austria

In hardly any other Austrian province do different landscape styles unite as harmoniously as in Lower Austria. A mix of alpine, pannonic, northern and southern European climates makes the land of the Danube a popular destination for a gourmet holiday in Austria or an eventful family trip. The rich cultural heritage and culinary delights of the Weinviertel and Waldviertel regions complete any stay. In our hand-picked hotels in Lower Austria, you can expect plenty of leisure activities, recreational programmes and true culinary delights.

Vom Feinsten – relax and enjoy

Regain strength during your holiday in the Weinviertel and Waldviertel

It is easy to leave the challenges of everyday life behind in summer and winter. With every step in the unspoilt natural landscape, you find more of your own balance again. A holiday in the Weinviertel in the north of Vienna makes you want to go on bike tours and hikes that take you through scenic vineyards, romantic “Kellergassen” and past old castles and palaces. With a particularly extensive network of cycling paths, sports enthusiasts from all over the world are also lured to the Waldviertel for their holidays, because here you can truly relax in the midst of idyllic forests. Those looking for the right active holiday in Austria are guaranteed to get their money’s worth in the beautiful north.

The Lower Austrian mountain scenery

Would you like to sniff fresh mountain air, dip your toes in a crystal-clear mountain lakes and enjoy the sun on a flowering alpine meadow? If you long for a hiking holiday in Austria, a hotel in Lower Austria is the place to be. Great hiking and climbing trails, winter sports regions and panoramic viewpoints await in the Alpine region: Visit Austria’s highest railway station at Hochschneeberg, dare to walk on the Skywalk Hohe Wand or be overwhelmed by Austria’s highest viewing platform at Hochkar. At an altitude of over 2000 metres, you will feel like the world is at your feet – that’s how it should be on a holiday in Lower Austria!

Holiday on the blue Danube

„Land der Berge, Land am Strome…“ (Land of mountains, land by the river): Of course, the Danube must also be mentioned if you are on holiday in Lower Austria. After all, it is not only the second longest river in Europe and one of the most important European trade routes, but also a popular destination for excursions. Start at your hotel in Lower Austria and explore the lovely Danube landscape. Make yourself comfortable on a romantic boat trip or get on your bike during a family holiday in Austria and experience Central Europe’s most popular cycling route, the Danube Cycle Path, together.