Holiday cottages in Austria
During the winter season Dutch tourist rents many holiday homes in Austria. Whilst summers are less popular, though the summer is a very suitable season for hiking
and outdoor activities. Austria has a beautiful natural environment with many different sights. Whether you prefer a cozy chalet during the winter season or whether you like a charming Austrian bungalow during the summer, a successful holiday is assured. When you book via Micazu, you are certain to pay a good price as you rent your holiday cottages directly from the owner.
Plenty to do around your Holiday Home in Austria
Austria has much to offer; enjoy the breathtaking panoramas during a hike or cycle through the Austrian hills or ski
through the powder snow. A holiday home in Salzburg, Carinthia
is an ideal holiday destination if you are looking for a winter holiday home. Swim in, or sail on one of the many lakes in Austria. Soak up the culture in many historic cities like Vienna, Salzburg
and Graz. In short if you are looking for relaxation, a vacation for the whole family, sports activities or culture? Then Austria is an absolute must.
Austria has a lot to offer
Austria, also known as the land of the 'Edelweiss ' and 'The Sound of Music', has long been one of the most popular holiday home destinations among the Dutch. Searching for Edelweiss in summer or reliving ' The Sound of Music' makes Austria a unique destination. Vienna is the capital of Austria and the city where Palace of Empress Sissi can be found. Furthermore, the Austrian cuisine consists of different cultures. The famous apple pie: ‘Strudel’, the ‘Sachertorte’ or a cup of ‘Wiener Melange’ are highly recommended! Besides a mixed cuisine, Vienna has a century’s long tradition of coffee. In Vienna there are over 500 coffee houses, some of which are world famous. Ordering coffee is an art and everyone has his or her own preference. Coffee in a good coffee house are traditionally served with a glass of tap water.
Climate in Austria
Austria has three different climates; in the valleys there is a continental climate. Going higher into the mountains, above 1500m, Austria has a high mountain climate. Furthermore, rain is very common in the western part of the country, whereas the south side of the Alps is known for its Mediterranean climate.
GMT + 1 (+2 in summer)
Visit this diverse country in the summer or winter months and take a look at the holiday cottages in Austria
- The Alps in Austria cover two - thirds of the country
- There are about 22,000 km of groomed slopes in Austria
- The favorite winter sports in Austria are skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing
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