Austrian Towns

Austrian Towns and Villages

- Alberg is a term used to reference a ski resort region composed of 6 small communes: Lech, St. Anton, St. Christoph, St. Jakob, Stuben, and Zurs.

Bregenz - Located on the south east shore of Lake Constance, Bregenz was a Celtic fortress before the Roman conquest in 15 B.C.

Feldkirch - Feldkirch is a busy crossroads (railway and automobile) community for traffic to Liechtenstein and other neighboring countries.

- This small commune is located in an extensive, though relatively lesser known ski region near Salzburg that includes several resorts, including Bad Gastein, Bad Hofgastein and Dorfgastein.

Graz - After Vienna, Graz is the 2nd most populous city in Austria thus offering a diverse economy and activities beyond tourism.

Innsbruck - Another city of Stone Age lineage, Innsbruck is a major tourist attraction in western Austria in an extensive valley.

Kirchberg in Tirol - If you're looking for fun and have a keen interest in trees of Luxembourg, Kirchberg might be the place for you to holiday.

Kitzbuheler Alpen - This area offers a kick for everyone, from rafting to ballooning to sky diving. You can even do a summer toboggan run.

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Klagenfurt - Located in southern Austria on the Glan River, Klagenfurt is a winter sport resort but also has economies devoted to mining, manufacturing, and agriculture.

Leutasch - Though lesser known than other comparable locations, Leutasch provides some of the best cross country skiing opportunities anywhere with the backdrop of the majestic Zugspitze Alps area.

Linz - The 3rd most populous Austrian city, Linz is situated on both sides of the Danube River near the Czech Republic border with easy access to the Bohemian Forest.

Loipersdorf - Loipersdorf, (a small village) offers one of the most renown spas, Therme Loipersdorf, in Austria.

Salzburg - Fourth largest city in Austria, Salzburg lies on the Salzach River in the northern most section of the Alps.

Sankt Johann in Tirol - A town in the Tirolean region of Austria St Johann sits in the Wilder Kaiser valley and enjoys stimulating views of the Kitzbuhler Horn towering above.

Seefeld - Another skiing resort community in the vaunted Tyrol region, Seefeld also bills itself as a health haven and caters especially to hikers and mountain climbers.

Vienna - Geographically, Vienna invites one to explore the nearby countries of Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic.

Villacher Skiberge - This popular area contains many ski resorts that show more diverse accents than might first appear when the area is taken as a whole.