Alpbach: A tiny Alpine village filled with wooden farmhouses and plenty of rustic charm.
Bad Gastein: Austria’s spa and ski capital turns into a winter wonderland once snow starts to fall.
Biberkopf Mountain: Located right on the border between Austria and Germany.
Kaprun: The village of Kaprun is a hiker’s paradise, especially the high alpine trails that cut over the dam.
Krimml Waterfalls: Austria’s highest waterfall – at 380 meters tall – can only be reached after a four-kilometer hike inside High Tauern National Park.
Semmering Railway Route: Austria has plenty of scenic train journeys that are awe-inspiring.
St. Anton am Arlberg: Famous for its ski resorts, this town in the Austrian state of Tyrol is also popular among hikers and mountaineers during the warmer months.
Wachau Valley: Declared a cultural landscape, this stretch of the Danube Valley is home to many well.
Waidhofen: The tiny old town of Waidhofen was an economic powerhouse during the 14th century.
Zell am See: Zell am See is an enchanting town in its own right, but it’s the local Lake Zell that attracts.