Frequently asked questions about Styria
Spend your holiday in Styria with the following tips:
- Take a look behind the scenes at the Red Bull Ring
- Hike up through pristine nature along the Bärenschütz Gorge
- Discover Styria’s wine route between Ehrenhausen and Leutschach
- Explore Graz’s Old Town with its narrow streets and colorful houses
- Enjoy the splashing sound of the 140 m high waterfall, the Riesachwasserfall
Deep buried in the mountains of Graz, you will find the largest underground slide in the world. This spiral slide will take you to a depth of 170 meters at a speed of 30 km per hour!
For the little ones among us but also for the real daredevils, we can highly recommend Kletterpark Oberwölz. In a large climbing forest with 10 different courses, it is possible to vary between 1 and 25 meters in height! If that’s not exciting enough, a zip line awaits for you at the end of the course.
The weather in Styria is generally pleasant. With in the west-side of the Carinthia region, sometimes it feels like you are in Italy or Slovenia. Especially the summers are quite pleasant. During these months (June, July and August) temperatures fluctuates between 20 and 25 degrees. In spring and autumn, the minimum temperature will be around 15 degrees. In the evenings it can cool down a bit and should a rain shower occur, it is often heavy and short-term. Due in part to the surroundings mountains, it can happen that on one side of the mountain the sun shines and on the other side there is precipitation.
In Styria you will find many campsites. From farm camping to friendly family camping’s. Our recommendation in Styria camping Bella Austria. Here you will also find our own luxury Estivotravel mobile homes.
Styria, also called Steiermarken, is known as the ‘green heart’ of Austria. Within Austria, this province is also home to the most fertile land. This region has a wine-growing area of no less than 4546 hectares.
The provincial capital is Graz. A charming city built in the Renaissance style. We do understand why this city was the cultural capital of Europa back in 2003. The Styrian region has nine thermal springs. Our recommendations are definitely the Rogner Bad Blumau and Parktherme Bad Radkersburg.