Schlosshotels in Styria

Epicurean Pleasures

When people talk about “the green heart of Austria”, they are referring to Styria. This second-largest Austrian province showcases a rich array of contrasts. Styria impresses with its stunning high-alpine landscapes, particularly in the area which surrounds the mighty Dachstein massif, while its gentle, rolling hills adorned with romantic vineyards are every bit as captivating. The provincial capital, Graz, offers a vibrant blend of historic charm, innovative architecture, and Mediterranean flair. Whether you are exploring the South Styrian Wine Road — the oldest wine route in Austria — escaping to the alpine meadows, or absorbing city life, epicurean pleasures punctuate practically every step you take in Styria, justifiably earning it the nickname of “Austria's delicatessen”. Likewise in Vulkanland, at Schloss Kapfenstein they have mastered the art of bringing culinary pleasures to your plate, and at the Winkler-Hermaden winery, conjuring up pure magic in your glass.

Impressions of Styria

Photos: Field of daffodils, Grimming, Bad-Mitterndorf (c) Österreich Werbung / Popp Hackner, Salzkammergut Altaussee (c) Österreich Werbung / Cross Media Redaktion, Grazer Schlossberg (c) Graz Tourismus / Harry Schiffer photographer, South Styria Wine Road (c) Österreich Werbung / Andreas Tischler, Murinsel in Graz (c) Österreich Werbung / Popp Hackner, Teichalm in the mist (c) Österreich Werbung / Harald Eisenberger, 7. The world’s biggest monastic library at Admont Abbey (c) Oesterreich Werbung / Sebastian Burziwal, Salzkammergut in autumn (c) Österreich Werbung / Harald Eisenberger, Schloss Eggenberg (c) Graz Tourismus / Harry Schiffer photographer, Snowshoeing at the Teichalm (c) Österreich Werbung / Harald Eisenberger


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