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Styria

Beautiful landscape, kind people and dozens of things to do: Styria is a favorite destination amongst outdoor fanatics. Eager to get some travel recommendations? Our online travel guide provides you with the best adventures that Styria has to offer. Get inspired by adventures throughout the region, unmissable events, the most interesting places to see as well as places to stay. Here is a short collection of the best tips for Styria:
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Styria: green heart, orchard and historic cities

The north is fresh, mountainous and rough. Between the Dachstein, Gesäuse and Hochschwab, the Grüne Herz spreads out its resilience as the most densely forested and thus largest province in Österreich. These landscapes are ideal for hiking, cycling and climbing.

The Süden shows itself lovely, soft and warm. It is considered the delicatessen and orchard of Austria. No matter what Styria is called, one thing is certain:

It is the most fertile province in Austria, especially in the south, and it produces high-quality and diverse delicacies.

And in between there are also cities between tradition and modernity. From the cultural capital Graz as the largest to Oberwölz as the smallest town, cities and cultural sites are ideal starting points for exploring Styria. In addition to its varied natural landscape, the region is particularly fascinating for its history and the traditions that have grown out of it, which the Styrians still live and breathe today.

Hiking between Dachstein and wine country

Climbs, alpine tours, long-distance hiking trails, pilgrimage trails or pleasure hikes. Styria inspires with the new hiking tour „From Glacier to Wine“, which leads on two routes from the Dachstein to the wine country. In addition, numerous other attractions, such as the hiking regions, villages and trails awarded the hiking seal of approval, offer all nature lovers special experiences in the midst of a diverse landscape that is unique in Europe in such a small area.

Styria is so made accessible to such an extent that outdoor enthusiasts could hike through the mountains for several ...

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Cycling in Styria

On the new Weinland Steiermark cycle tour, the entire wine region with its culinary specialities and cultural treasures can be discovered in an enjoyable way. On the Murradweg, one of the most scenically varied and beautiful river cycle paths in the Alpine region, or on the Ennsradweg, which runs through Schladming and the Gesäuse National Park, you can immerse yourself in the world of water. And on the EuroVelo 9, which leads from Südmähren üvia Niederösterreich and Vienna to Styria and on to Slovenia, you cycle right through the heart of Europe.


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