Best holiday rental deals in Austria
123,068 wonderful rentals from 72 providers, such as Booking.com or ZenHotels.com, can be booked in Austria. By directly analysing these accommodation options, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers and the highest rated properties in Austria.
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Price and Availability Index Austria
Holiday Letting Price Information in Austria
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Austria is in July (27/07 - 03/08). You can find some of the best deals during a week of October (06/10 - 13/10). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Austria
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Austria. In December (29/12 - 05/01), only 16 are available. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in a week of September (22/09 - 29/09), as 45 of the rentals are still available.
Austria holiday lettings: Outstanding nature, skiing and music culture
With stunning alpine views and world-class skiing, holiday cottages are an excellent way to enjoy this striking country independently. Vienna is noted as a global centre for classical music culture. A holiday apartment in historic Graz or Salzburg is also great way to experience the beauty of Austria.
Sampling Austria’s gastronomic heritage
Wiener schnitzel is one of many foods originating from Austria that are appreciated worldwide. Tasty pork dishes are also popular and are best appreciated in traditional restaurants. Even small towns are usually well served by excellent eateries with regional variations. For example, in the state of Styria, where you’ll find Graz, are the beloved Heurige taverns. These are relaxed venues where you can enjoy unique local wines and delicious food in a friendly atmosphere.
Indeed, wherever you book your holiday home, be sure to sample the wide range of excellent local drinks in Austria. Wine is often grown in the east of the country, including fantastic dry whites. Beer is also particularly good - as well as schnapps, often taken as a digestif after dinner.
Appreciating the fine art and culture of Austria’s great cities
Throughout Austria’s cultural history, great classical musicians, including Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms, Schubert and others, have made their mark on Vienna. It’s a fantastic place to catch world-class opera, classical musical performances, theatre, and art exhibitions.
The city’s Ball Season in winter is when many of Vienna’s fine institutions open their doors to intimate views of famous performances. For example, the Opera Ball in February is a chance for you to book backstage experiences at the Vienna State Opera at Ringstrasse.
Yet, at any time of year you’ll catch unforgettable shows at the State Opera, Musikverein, Volksoper, Vienna Concert House, and numerous other establishments. Additionally, its Art History Museum is one of many great places to appreciate the city’s artistic heritage. All of this will be right on your doorstep with a stay in one of the city’s many beautiful holiday homes.
Enjoying the best winter sports and natural beauty
Excursions around the gorgeous Austrian landscape are plentiful and include a wide variety of winter sports, such as skiing, snowboarding or even snowshoeing, in the Alps. Alpbach is a great place for beginners and is often noted as one of the country’s most attractive villages. St Anton and Zürs are favourites among more advanced skiers and offer a superb range of facilities and places to stay.
Booking your own ski lodge is a highly enjoyable way to experience these exhilarating activities in the country. It will grant you immediate access to the slopes and after-ski activities in the evening. Holiday lettings in smaller towns are also a great way to see the country’s stunning national parks. These include Kalkalpen just south of Linz, and Gesäuse between Graz and Salzburg.
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