Styria, the green heart of Austria, offers an impressive variety of day trip destinations. From the picturesque beauty of Hochsteiermark
to the cultural fascination of Graz's old town, from the wine lover's paradise in western Styria to the impressive Admont Abbey -.
the possibilities are endless. Discover the charm of Styria, enjoy breathtaking nature
and immerse yourself in a world full of culture and history. Your next adventure trip awaits!
Piber is not only the birthplace of the famous white stallions of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, but also a special world of experience. Every year, between 30 and 40 brown to black foals are born in Piber and proudly present themselves.
Immerse yourself in the colourful world of Friedensreich Hundertwasser - visit St. Barbara's Church, a colourful and cheerful place of worship.A little further on, there are annual special exhibitions on the theme of glass. On guided tours you can look over the shoulders of the glassblowers and experience,
how glass is blown.
The Hundertwasser Church is an extraordinary work of art that combines tradition and modernity in a unique way
Every visit here is an inspiring journey through colours, shapes and symbols, which in their complexity create harmony.
and radiate peace. A true masterpiece that must be seen.
The Bärenschützklamm, one of the most beautiful water-bearing rock gorges in Austria, was declared a natural monument because of its unique natural treasures. A hike between untamed waterfalls and rugged rocks is a great experience for everyone. Please plan a whole day for a visit.
The Lurgrotte is the largest dripstone cave in Austria. Two entrances - at Peggau and Semriach - form the gateway to an underground cosmos. The highlight is the Great Cathedral, staged with light and sound effects.
Situated only 15 km from Graz in a quiet side valley of the Mur, almost 100 original historic rural buildings from 6 centuries and all regions of Austria have been settled and invite you to take a walk through the Austrian house landscapes or the history of building culture.
More than 900 years of living history in Austria's second largest city: you will discover many testimonies to this eventful past, many references to the present and many a vision for the future in Graz. In hardly any other city can you find such outstanding architecture from all architectural styles in such a dense space - from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.
Graz is a city that fascinates me time and again. Its wonderful blend of historic architecture and modern lifestyle, coupled with a vibrant cultural scene and first-class cuisine, makes it an unforgettable destination. Every walk through Graz is a journey of discovery
Admont Abbey houses the largest monastic library in the world and probably the most contrasting private museum in Austria, ranging from an art history museum to a natural history museum and a museum of contemporary art.
Probably the most spectacular viewing platform is also known as the balcony of the Alps and is enthroned at the very top of the 250-metre steep rock face of the Hunerkogel. Become a Dachstein Sky Walker and step onto the glass plate at the bottom of the platform - an incomparable view and depth is guaranteed!
Adventure Erzberg is a unique experience that thrills me every time. From the mighty backdrop of the "Styrian Bread Loaf"
to the impressive guided tours and rides, it is an experience not to be missed. The combination of nature,
History and technology is fascinating.