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Home to several top ski destinations, such as Innsbruck and Kitzbuhel, Austria is one of the top ski countries in Europe. enjoy skiing and exploring the Austrian countryside. Visit castles, museums, art galleries and shops on every corner. Most Austrian resorts offer convenient transfers between the gateway city of Munich and your final ski destination.
St Anton
St. Anton am Arlberg is an Austrian village in the Tyrolean Alps.
Ski The Heart of The Alps, and home of the 1968 and 1972 Olympics
Kitzbuehel Hahnenkamm hosts ski races, snow polo, triathlon and tennis trophy. The city's heart beats loud and strong. Kitzbuehel, the sports capital in the heart of the Alps, combines tradition and lifestyle as charming as any other city. The city is famous not only the unique charm, but also the energy of the city as well as the sporty top hotel industry and catering alike and makes Kitzbuehel the celebrity hot spot in the Alps. Nestled between Kitzbuehel Horn and the Hahnenkamm, Kitzbuehel shows its sporty side. The many possibilities for sporting activities in beautiful nature combined with a historical center with almost chic flair of doing business. It is a city of charm and all-rounder profile. The hospitality of hotels and restaurants are at the highest level. The excellent restaurants, small cafes and bars, the discos, the casino and the cinema in the centre of the city are part of the wide choices on offer. Activity in sports go to the limit, experience as a spectator class events or refuel Alpine Energy - discover your "Kitz"!
Just 3 hours from Munich Airport, find one of the hottest Gems of Austria!
Zell am See
Zell am See is the administrative capital of the Zell am See District in the Austrian state of Salzburg. The town is an important tourist destination known as Zell am See-Kaprun and is a transportation hub for the region.