Thaya and March/Morava rivers are the only lowland rivers in Austria with a wide variety of floodplain landscapes and beautiful loops, which provides the perfect habitat for wildlife. Paddling the Thaya through Castle Ruins and dense vegetation is the best scenic getaway.
While we were discovering the beautiful small town of Marchegg and its surroundings, we bumped into the floodplains of March/Morava River. That’s how the idea of kayaking from Breclav (the Czech Republic) to Marchegg (Austria) came out, and it turned out to be a great weekend getaway.
Finding a beautiful lake in Austria it’s not hard since there are dozens. But not all of them have an amazing turquoise colour like Grüner See(Green Lake). Hiking around the lake and spending some leisure time on a blanket at the waterfront, make the perfect getaway for every nature lover.
What better way to escape from the daily routine than hiking to the “ROOF” of Romania: MOLDOVEANU PEAK. Read more if you want to know how to do it, in one day, from Balea Lake.
DACHSTEIN KRIPPENSTEIN, also named by the locals: “Stoa” is a little known ski resort in Dachstein – Salzkammergut, in Upper Austria, away from mass tourism!
Obertauern or Austria’s Snow Bowl, is one of the alpine skiing areas where snow is guaranteed for more than 150 days a year. The region is famous for skiing and snowboarding from mid-November to early May, with an average of 2.6 metres of perfect snow!