Have you booked your end of year holiday yet?

We still have some rooms left over Christmas and New Year. If you haven’t booked your holiday yet then just contact us and we would be happy to send you an offer for your winter holiday in the Austrian Alps!

Enjoy the spirit of Christmas – stroll through Christmas markets with their picturesque stalls, enjoy some Gluehwine and roasted chestnuts while admiring the decorated christmas trees.

New Year’s Eve is celebrated throughout Austria by many loud explosions and fireworks.  Across the cities there are concerts, parties and fireworks; making the whole country a very exciting New Year’s destination. At the stroke of midnight all church bells throughout Austria ring in the New Year and in major cities people dance in the streets into the New Year to the tunes of the famous Blue Danube Waltz.

A fantastic opportunity to enjoy a winter wonderland and a truly beautiful start to the New Year 2017. Have a look at our specials or just fill in our contact us form! We are looking forward to celebrating Christmas and/or New Year’s Eve in Austria with you & your family!


Pictures – Copyright: TVB Wilder Kaiser – TVB Lech-Zürs – Zell am See-Kaprun/Christian Mairitsch -Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus GmbH/Faistauer

When is the best time to go skiing?

When you’re planning a skiing or snow boarding trip, it’s important to choose the right time of year to pack up and head to the mountains. You want to have plenty of snow, you’d like good value for money and you want it to be busy – yet at the same time not too busy.

When do the resorts open?

Most mountains open mid-December and close at the beginning of April. On the plus side of going at the end of the winter season, the days will be longer and the closer you are to Easter, the more likely it is for the sun to be shining. These longer daylight hours mean longer lift opening hours, and ultimately more time to enjoy après-ski activities.

When is it cheapest to go?

Prices go up at peak times such as Christmas and New Year, and during the school holidays of Christmas, Easter, and particularly February Half Term, so if you can try and avoid these times, it will be a lot cheaper! January is quiet and more peaceful, as people find they need to save money after an expensive Christmas! It tends to hold the best deals, so this post-Christmas season is a good time to go. Further into March it gets quiet again and also the prices do go down. There are some great family offers from Mid-March on that you should have look at!


Naschmarkt Vienna

Named the “city’s stomach” by locals, the Naschmarkt, a food and flea market, has existed since the 18th century and is Vienna’s largest inner city market. The Naschmarkt is open from Monday to Saturday for strolling, admiring, discovering and sampling.

You can buy everything to do with food: fruit and vegetables, meat and fish, bread and cheese. There are also delicatessen favourites such as Persian caviar, sushi and oysters, as well as a colourful display of international produce, especially from the countries of former Yugoslavia, Greece, Turkey, Japan and China.

If the sight of all this bounty makes you hungry, you can eat right in the Naschmarkt at a choice of restaurants. And on Saturday don’t miss a visit to the most famous flea market in Vienna, which is held right next door.

SkiWelt – new investments for the coming winter!

Even more comfort and perfect slopes at the SkiWelt!

  • construction of the new Salvenmoos 10-seater “experience” gondola in Hochsöll
  • all SkiWelt connections with consistent guaranteed snow
  • almost 100 new snow guns

No fewer than 229 of the 284 kilometres of slopes will have snowmaking and can be made winter fit within three days!!!