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Popular Lettings in Austria

Apartment for 6 people, with pool and balcony, with pets
111 reviews
Rauris, Salzburg state
£42per night
Holiday home for 6 people, with sauna and garden, with pets
5 reviews
Wolfsberg, Carinthia
£67per night
Apartment for 7 people, with view and garden
20 reviews
Zams, Tyrol
£51per night
Chalet for 10 people, with sauna and garden as well as hot tub
39 reviews
Murau, Styria
£138per night
Chalet for 6 people, with sauna and balcony
16 reviews
Wolfsberg, Carinthia
£106per night
Villa for 2 people
29 reviews
Eben im Pongau, Salzburg state
£39per night
Apartment for 6 people, with balcony
26 reviews
Bruck an der Glocknerstraße, Salzburg state
£47per night
Chalet for 7 people, with garden, with pets
11 reviews
Hohentauern, Styria
£60per night
Apartment for 6 people
137 reviews
Gosau, Upper Austria
£81per night
Holiday home for 3 people, with garden and hot tub as well as sauna
35 reviews
Klaffer am Hochficht, Upper Austria
£56per night
Holiday home for 2 people, with garden
14 reviews
Liebenfels, Carinthia
£57per night
Apartment for 5 people, with terrace
2 reviews
See, Tyrol
£43per night
Chalet for 4 people, with garden
17 reviews
Stadl an der Mur, Styria
£57per night
Apartment for 5 people, with view and terrace
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 65m², 1.6km to skiing
4 reviews
Stummerberg, Tyrol
£50per night
Holiday home for 10 people, with sauna and garden
10 pers., 4 bedrooms, 140m², 550m to skiing
Mühlbach am Hochkönig, Salzburg state
£110per night
Holiday home for 8 people, with sauna and garden
2 reviews
Steinfeld im Drautal, Carinthia
£132per night
Chalet for 5 people, with garden
5 reviews
Hohentauern, Styria
£51per night
Apartment for 5 people, with garden
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 66m²
18 reviews
Tamsweg, Salzburg state
£47per night
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Highlights in Austria

  • Mountains and forests
  • Lakeside beaches
  • Alpine skiing
  • Cities of music

Most popular in Austria

Pool 1,334
Internet 12,808
Pet allowed 5,351
Balcony/Terrace 11,478
TV 13,481
Garden 7,362
Parking 13,012
Washing machine 5,313
View 3,285

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Holiday Rentals in Austria

Lettings in Alpine mountains, forests and celebrated cities

If you’re looking for beauty, you’re looking for Austria. The Alps cover much of the west of the country, so lettings here have stunning mountain views. Head north east to holiday homes around the River Danube for forests and open, flatter land, or the cities of Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Graz for luxury and affordable city lettings and a change of scene from the great outdoors.

Unique Austrian beauty

Austria holiday rentals have their own matchless style and character. Iconic wide, overhanging roofs designed to reduce snow collection and shuttered windows on wooden chalets feel evocative and expressive. Flowered balconies add a delightful touch. Accomodations in the city are spacious and airy, designed for comfort and relaxation. Most have terraces so that you can watch the city people go by and enjoy the picturesque urban space from above, and are designed for cosiness in both the cold of winter and the warmth of summer.

Holidays in Austria

The area and getting around

Explore alpine Austria

Austria is a small, mostly mountainous country right in the heart of Europe. Home to many beautiful lakes with stunning beaches, with mountains, forests and woodlands stretching out beyond. For the most picture-perfect image of the Alps imaginable head for the Tyrol region in the west. To escape the crowds while still being surrounded by gorgeous scenery head to Upper Austria in the north. Austria’s mountains make way in the east to the capital city of Vienna, packed with history and elegance.

Austria’s grand cities of music

Salzburg, another of Austria’s picture-book cities, is located in the centre of Austria and is world famous for being the birthplace of the renowned composer and musician, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Like Vienna, Salzburg is a music lover’s paradise. Linz, Austria’s third city, is in the north west, bestriding the Danube and famous for its Linzer torte – said to be the oldest cake in the world.

Travellers and activities

Austria for ski lovers

Austria’s ski-scene is more casual and offers better value than that of Switzerland and France, while the quality of the runs is just as good. Rightly, the most popular ski resort is St Anton am Arlberg, the preferred destination for intermediate and advanced skiers. For those who are just starting out, consider Mayrhofen for its ready access to easier runs. Mayrhofen is also a snowboarding hub due to its wide, open slopes and thick powder.

Austria for music lovers

Vienna has long enjoyed the reputation as being the City of Music, and every day it plays host to somewhere between 15 and 35 classical music events. The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra has performed in Wiener Musikverein for the past 150 years. With an incredible seven concert halls, the most prestigious events take place in the Golden Hall. Incredible acoustics are to be found at the St Charles Borromeo Church, one of Vienna’s most beautiful churches. While Salzburg naturally offers a wide range of Mozart related concerts, you’ll also find a wide daily offering of multiple musical styles, in locations varying from small churches to huge, elaborate concert halls.

Vienna is consistently rated as the most liveable city in the world!

Top 5 travel tips in Austria

1. Spend a day at the beach

Despite having no access to the sea, Austria boasts a plethora excellent lakeside beaches. We particularly recommend Fuschl Lake, which is near to Salzburg. Take the 12 kilometre walk around the lake and you’ll find a delightful range of natural, sandy beaches away from the crowds.

2. An evening of Mozart and fine dining

At Mozart’s city of birth, Salzburg, discover the Mozart Dinner Concert in the Baroque Hall. Not only will you enjoy an evening of musical delights, but you’ll be served an ancient meal, based on historical records of Mozart’s time.

3. The city of students

Hosting no fewer than six universities, Austria’s second largest city, Graz, is a young person’s nirvana. Great nightlife on any day of the week is guaranteed. Don’t miss Postgarage a highly rated and well priced bar which offers minimal beats, indie and drum and base.

4. What to see in Worthersee

This lakeside summer destination offers water sport activities but also some of the most interesting and colourful stalagmite and stalactite caves in Europe, the Griffen Stalactite Caves. Glimpse the earliest signs of humans who once lived here – their fireplaces, tools and images of extinct animals.

5. A magical Austrian Christmas

Don’t miss the world-famous Austrian Christmas markets – first seen in Austria in 1298! A veritable smorgasbord of delights including glass and wooden ornaments, clothing, gifts, handicrafts and trinkets await you. The most spectacular is Rathausplatz in Vienna, open from mid-November.

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