Secure your ideal accessible holiday rental in Austria
Austria offers many opportunities for an unforgettable holiday between Lake Constance in the west and Lake Neusiedl in the east, leaving lasting impressions on all of its visitors. In Austria the peaks, lakes and valleys of the Alps are breathtaking and are nowadays accessible to everyone. But cities like Vienna and Salzburg also became magnets in favor of tourists. Equipped for disabled people in many places, the country also establishes itself as a destination for people with disabilities. Landscapes from the picture book and the warm hospitality of the locals, make the travelers happy to come back. Anyone who has ever discovered the beauty of Austria, usually returns.
Scenic beauty without compromise
The Grossglockner lures with its spectacular high alpine roads and it's worth it to pay a visit to landscape areas like the Salzkammergut or the famous Zillertal. A barrier-free and accessible holiday in Austria is offered in all parts of the country and have tourist highlights, such as the Schafbergbahn, the steepest cog railway in the world, adjusted to wheelchair users. From the mountain station you can enjoy a magnificent view of the turquoise Wolfgangsee and the surrounding regions. Even when traveling by train, a wheelchair holiday Austria is not an obstacle to the traveler and so you can enjoy the passing landscapes without worrying about accessability.
Viennese Ferris Wheel and Salzburg Cathedral
The Austrian cities exude a charm and a romantic flair, as can be found worldwide in only a few metropolises. Looking over the rooftops of Vienna to the Hofburg and St. Stephen's Cathedral, allows a ride on the well-known Ferris wheel, far beyond the country's borders. Wheelchair compatible and the cliché of Vienna in the most positive way, a trip to the Prater is a must on every visit to the capital. Schönbrunn Palace, the summer residence of the Habsburgs just outside the city, has a huge park and more than 1441 rooms, some of which can be admired as part of a barrier-free visit. Salzburg, the city of Mozart, also welcomes its visitors with an impressive city silhouette and promises manifold attractions. The castle Hohensalzburg and the massive cathedral of the city lure to an eventful visit, offer medieval insights and sacred works of art.
Enjoy the Austrian hospitality
Many providers of accommodation throughout the country also want to offer guests, who need to use a wheelchair, an attractive and comfortable home for the journey. A barrier-free apartment in Austria is found in all parts of the country and ranges from functional, comfortably furnished apartments to luxurious holiday homes. Spread over all federal states, the most beautiful days of the year can be experienced on modern farms, in alpine-rustic country houses or in the city center of Vienna. You can also indulge your taste buds and indulge in culinary highlights in hundreds of restaurants and restaurants adapted for the disabled.