Austria's Green Credentials

More and more of us are trying to live a less energy-intense lifestyle. We choose organic products, reduce the consumption of energy and waste, and recycle. People who lead a green lifestyle at home would expect the same from their holiday destination.

National parks in Austria

Austria is home to six national parks, offering a stunning variety of animals, plants and landscapes.

As nature intended
Train travel with OeBB Railjet
Eco-friendly travel

You don't need your car to explore Austria. Be kind to the environment and travel by train, bus or boat, enjoying the country's stunning views all the way.

Learn more about travelling by train
Biohotel Daberer, Gailtal
Organic Austria

Regional and good quality produce is at the heart of Austrian cuisine and with 13% of cultivated land and 10% of its farmers organic, Austria is an international organic champion - and this benefits everybody.

Josef Göltl is one of those organic farmers and he tells us about his passion of raising Mangalica and Turopolje pigs in a respectful way on the eastern shore of Lake Neusiedl in Burgenland.

Hear from an organic farmer in Austria
Naturhotel Chesa Valisa, Kleinwalsertal
Eco-Hotels in Austria

Austria has long been recognised as a world leader in sustainable tourism and offers a wide choice of environmentally friendly accommodation. 

Browse through our biohotels
Stuibenfall Waterfalls Ötztal
Slow Travel Austria

Travel slowly. Magic words if you want to return from holiday less stressed than when you left, casting a glance at those apparent trivial things off the beaten track.

How to get off the fast track

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