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Top regions for the summer season

Regions for your seasonal job

The summer season is coming up and you haven't decided on an employer yet? It's not that easy. After all, there are many attractive tourist regions in Austria, Bavaria and South Tyrol that are worth getting to know as part of a summer job.

To help you decide, we have put together the most casual locations for you in a blog post.

Work & Waterfun: Carinthian lake regions

Fancy a trip to the beach? Then off to Carinthia! The lake-rich province boasts a wide range of attractive water sports. Whether surfing, diving, waterskiing or simply chilling out on the grass - look forward to after-work activities on Lake Wörthersee, Lake Faaker See or Lake Ossiacher See! In the bars and small cafés right by the idyllic waters, you can relax outside with your new colleagues even after the sun has set. If you want to get a taste of the city air again, a trip to Klagenfurt or Villach is worthwhile.

Note: Be sure to check whether your vacation region offers a benefit card for staff members! Many tourist regions - such as Katschberg Lieser-Maltatal - offer specific discounts and casual benefits for employees in the tourism industry.

Tourism regions in Carinthia
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© the daberer . the organic hotel

Western Austria: enchanting mountain worlds

A quick hike up the local mountain after work: in Vorarlberg, Salzburg & Tyrol, you can perfectly combine work and hike. The Austrian Alps are a popular destination for both leisure hikers and true mountain enthusiasts. So why not explore the breathtaking landscape as part of your seasonal job and benefit from the many other advantages that attract holidaymakers from all over the world to the hiking regions? Exactly.

What do the three federal states have in common apart from the wide range of hiking, biking and climbing options? In the west of Austria, you will meet "gmiatliche" people with their hearts in the right place. Making new friends will be easy in the Austrian mountain villages and towns.

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©Off The Path, Sebastian Canaves

©Off The Path, Sebastian Canaves

Vienna: metropolis & wine regions

Summer in the city - where else but in one of the most liveable cities in the world? Vienna not only impresses with a diverse hotel and gastronomy scene where you can easily find your feet. The metropolis offers everything when it comes to after-work activities - from sports and culture to shopping opportunities, further education and leisure trends ... almost around the clock.

Are you in the mood for peace and idyllic nature? There are many recreational areas around Vienna and in the neighboring provinces where you can recharge your batteries. You should definitely check out the cozy wine taverns in Lower Austria and Burgenland with your colleagues.

© WienTourismus, Mafalda Rakos

vienna Tourist Board, Mafalda Rakos

Hiking and biking paradise Styria

The Grüne Mark, as it is known in Austria, takes its name from the vast forest and meadow landscapes, its vineyards and orchards. Are you close to nature and appreciate regional products, good wine and an attractive range of outdoor sports in your free time? Then this federal state will have you hooked in no time. Incidentally, you can already feel the Mediterranean influence in the southern regions of Austria - this ensures a relaxed vacation feeling even in the summer season.

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© Österreich Werbung, Julius Silver

© Austrian National Tourist Office, Julius Silver

In the heart of Austria

Right in the middle of it all: Upper Austria's central location makes the province particularly attractive. Key words: perfect train connections from Linz, two hours' travel time to Vienna, just one hour to Salzburg. But of course there is much more to the tourist regions of this laid-back federal state. For outdoor fans, it is certainly the Kalkalpen National Park, which scores with picturesque hiking trails in the midst of untouched nature. But the extensive Mühlviertel region with its small, tranquil villages, wine taverns and cultural assets also invites you to take long bike tours and walks on your days off.

And of course not to forget: Lake Wolfgangsee with its water sports facilities.

Get to know Upper Austria
© Österreich Werbung, Stefan Leitner

© Austrian National Tourist Office, Stefan Leitner

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