If you are seeking spellbinding scenery, Austria is all about it, offering everything from deep crystal-clear lakes to flower-strewn meadows – all with lots of culture along the way. However, you can also try something adventurous. Austria provides a wide range of outdoor activities and sports to choose from! The following are:
Scuba diving vacation in the crystal waters of…. Austria?!
Scuba diving adventure in Austria might sound like a paradox, but I bet you did not know there is a lake in Styria, Austria called Green Lake, which is famous for its emerald-green waters. The lake is located inside a wooded park and is spring; snow melted by the sun makes the lake 10 meters deeper than normal with trees, park benches and even a bridge being covered by water. An extremely unusual venue for scuba diving!
Walking tour in Austria
Walking tour is the best way to fully explore Australia’s natural environment. The Great Walks of Australia are a collection of premium guided multi-day walks. From Tasmania’s wilderness to the rugged outback of the Northern Territory, or the astounding coastline of Western Australia, these routes provide a unique way to explore Australia’s varied landscapes. Get your hiking boots ready and follow your guide on an adventure into Australia’s great outdoors.
Skiing winter holidays in Tirol
The heart of the Alps with its 80 ski resorts and 3,000 kilometers of slopes is a winter sport region number one. Cutting-edge lift and cable car systems, perfectly groomed slopes and a vast range of activities apart from the slopes will ensure you have had a fantastic skiing holiday.
Helicopter tour in Austria
You can enjoy exceptionally diverse routes with numerous cultural and scenic highlights by making a grand helicopter tour around Vienna!
Having taken off from the airfield in Bad Vöslau, the helicopter will fly over the spellbinding wine-growing area to the south of Vienna, the Anninger, the ancient city center of Mödling, and the Vienna Woods to the Lainzer Tiergarten, one of those rare area unspoiled by modern life, primitive forest located on the outskirts of the city with its unique flora and fauna.
You will have a chance to observe the famous Prater from above, which previously served as former imperial hunting grounds and today is known as a popular excursion and recreation area spread out over 6 km² in Vienna. You can enjoy the view of one of Vienna's most famous landmarks, the Ferris wheel, and all the attractions of the Wurstelprater amusement park.