Lower Austria offers a diverse variety of activities for your winter vacation like skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, skating or snowshoeing. The state is well-known for it’s smooth slopes and medium-rise mountains. Lower Austria encompasses the part of the Eastern Alps that is also called ‘Wiener Alpen’.

While the ski areas Hochkar, Zau[:ber:]g Semmering, or St. Corona am Wechsel attract winter sports enthusiasts, the Waldviertel Niederösterreich is also popular with spa guests. Lower Austria is also famous for it’s diverse cultural offers.

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Last Updated: 2/23
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