Styria is a federal state with different landscapes, such as mountains, meadows and forests. This state is also called the tasty Austria or the orchard of Austria. This province is the most fertile in the country, especially in the south. Stiermakren has a wine-growing area of no less than 4546 hectares.
In addition to nature, Styria has a culture capital Graz. In the cities and villages it is nice to get to know the history and the associated traditions. There are also plenty of events such as the Narzissenfest or the spring festival. Plenty of fun!
Styria has something to offer for everyone, as there are so many activities possible. The nature here is suitable for beautiful walks, cycling and mountain climbing, but of course also for just admiring. The beautiful surroundings really relax you. In short; an ideal holiday destination!
Must see in Styria
Visit one of the beautiful clear lakes
Immerse yourself in the quaint villages
Enjoy the splash of the 460 feet high waterfall, the Riesachwasserfall
Relax in one of the 9 thermal baths
Visit European Capital of Culture 2003 and UNESCO World Heritage City of Graz
Learn all about the region at the Joanneum, Austria's oldest museum.
Surface area: 6332 sq mi
Inhabitants: 1,243 million
Largest lake: Grundlsee (1.66 sq mi)
Highest mountain: Dachstein (1.86 mi)
Language: German and Slovenian