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Schools out for Summer – Where to Holiday in Austria

So, you have been living in your new country for a while and you are finally going to get some quality holiday time with your family. The kids are out of school and you have ample time to explore the new surroundings. So, where should you go? Follow this guide to a fun filled school holiday! 

Austria is an adventure explorer’s paradise and the outdoor activities in this country are endless. Whether you bike, walk, hike, ski or ice skate, there is an outdoor activity for you. Ski Turracher Höhe, hike the Valley of Vultures or pedal the Kitzbüheler Alpen. These are just a few of the options for the outdoors adventurist.

Ski or Hike

Depending on the season, the Austrian Alps are one of the most favourable characteristics of the nation. Tyrol is one of the most popular provinces for families to visit. With 500 mountain peaks, all with latitudes above 3000metres, the Tyrol province has an abundance of options when you want to hit the slopes or hike to a spectacular view. Bear in mind that booking ahead may be smart if you are travelling in a holiday season, as this area is a very popular destination. 

Museums for Children

If you are seeking something more cultural or educational for the kids this holiday, then why not take them to one of Austria’s child friendly museums? There are venues such as; Zoom museum, Haus der Nutur (Museum of Nature), Frida and Fred or Villa Sinnenreich Museum.

Whatever you decide to do for your family’s summer or winter holiday, Austria will surely not disappoint. With one of the best public transit systems at your fingertips, you can travel around without the added driving stress. Or if you’ve explored enough of Austria’s sites, you can fly to many European countries in less than a few hours. Gute Reise!  

 

 

 

 

 

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