At the heart of the Austrian Tirol, this beautiful city has gorgeous buildings everywhere you look, including such famous landmarks as the Ambras Palace and the Golden Roof.
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Towns & Village of Austria
From a mining village to a modern ski resort, Kitzbühel is one of Austria’s oldest and best-known ski resorts. Once a medieval walled village, Kitzbühel is an elegant place to do some shopping and sightseeing. Visit the museum that tells the story of Kitzbühel’s past.
Situated at the foot of the Steinernes Meer, the dramatic ridge that divides Austria from Germany, Saalfelden is a favoured haunt of skiers in the winter. During the summer months, this lively market town offers a wide range of attractions and a wonderful old town centre to explore.
Almost as famous for its role in the Sound of Music as for being home to Mozart, this beautiful city revels in its musical past, with a host of tributes to Mozart, and even the chance to visit the actual home of the Von Trapp family.
You’ll find a wealth of museums and galleries, together with famous buildings such as the Schloss Schonbrunn, the former Summer Palace, and the huge Hofburg Palace. Take time out at the many historic coffee houses.
Just three miles from the Eurocamp parc Sportcamp Woferlgut, Zell Am See sits on the shore of the beautiful Alpine lake that shares its name. Surrounded by mountains, the resort has a golf course, ice-rink, swimming pool and horse riding.