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Getaway - Arlberg
Between Germany, Switzerland and Italy, the Arlberg region is really in the heart of Europe and the Alps. Bordering on the Tyrol and Vorarlberg, St. Christoph is a venue much prized by ski enthusiasts. Close to 3000 metres above the ski slopes, the landscapes are splendid. The resort is comfortab
Getaway - Ötzal Valley - Hochgurgl
The Ötzal Valley owes its name to Ötzi, the Ice-Age man over 5000 years old, discovered in 1991; it is famous for its ski runs.
Not far from the resort of Obergurgl, Hochgurgl is the tops as far as Tyrol ski resorts are concerned. Lost in the high mountain pastures, surrounded by over twenty p
Getaway - Bratislava - Slovakia
Founded by the Celts on the banks of the River Danube, Bratislava, Slovakia's capital, is one of those European cities whose history and buildings amassed over the centuries make it an essential destination. In the city, the castle, Cathedral of St. Martin, Mirbach Palace (a Rococo masterpiece) or
Getaway - Großglockner Hochalpenstraße & Co
Store up on energy by taking in the high alpine air, and enjoy the waterfalls and breath-taking views that make a ride on Großglockner High Alpine Road an unforgettable experience.
Getaway - Hochosterwitz fortress and more
Located on a single rock within a plane, Hochosterwitz fortress is one of the most impressive fortresses of Austria. It is a gem of architectural history, dating back to the times of knights in armour and has long become the secret landmark of Carinthia.
Getaway - Innsbruck
The history of Innsbruck goes back to prehistoric times when the region's glaciers receded leaving a legacy of wide valleys to mankind. The Romans were the first to occupy this town in the heart of the Alps but it was the Hapsburgs in the person of Maximilian the 1st who gave the city its sparkle.
Getaway - Kitzbühel
Kitzbühel, the most chic of all the Tyrolean villages, enjoys an undisputed reputation worldwide for its excellence and hospitality. Its inhabitants can rightly take pride in a history stretching back to the Bronze Age and traditions which go back hundreds of years.
Yet it was in the twentieth
Getaway - Lake Wörth
Lake Wörth in the south of Austria, almost at the border with Slovenia and Italy, has calm, warm water popular with swimmers. Around the lake, the beautiful, luxuriant flora is a mix of colours and fragrances, like an immense flower park. Standing on a peninsula in the centre of the lake on the s
Getaway - Salzburg
For centuries, Salzburg was under the domination of the Prince Bishops. The city still has prodigious architecture dating back to this sumptuous period, a mixture of Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque. There is a succession of religious buildings along the streets (Benediktinerstiftskirche St. Peter,
Getaway - Tyrol
The Tyrol stirs up pictures of a region of high mountain pastures where villages with wooden houses cling to the mountainside and offer food that is as generous as the people's hospitality.
This region is not devoid of historical interest but, above all, it is popular for the purity of nature,
Getaway - Vienna - Schönbrunn
The capital of Austria, Vienna was the seat of power of the Hapsburgs for many centuries and the cultural centre of Europe. There are so many beautiful sights in the city it is impossible to mention them all. Nonetheless, do not miss the Schönbrunn Palace, a rival to Versailles, built in a flambo
Getaway - Wachau Cultural Landscape
Wachau, in the Danube Valley between Melk and Krems offers delightful landscapes with a series of mountains, forests and vineyards. These few kilometres along the banks of this powerful river are dotted with small villages, castles, ruins and monasteries that are surprisingly well-preserved, tracin