4.5 based on 175 reviews
It was extremely easy to reach by car and there is plenty free parking in open fields with grass. No mud. Honestly, it was not very far to walk, but of course you should not wear your high heels. It might take you a while to get there then. Easy access overall. We encountered no traffic queues. We drove straight in all three days of the F1 Grand Prix. Toilets were plentiful and very clean. We sat in the Red Bull Tribune Section J Row 13 seat 7 and 8. Perfect view of at least 60% of the track. Open stand, not covered but we find that when there is rain, sitting on a covered stand does not help anyway because wind always blows the rain in. Sun block and hats are the only absolute 'must' on an open stand. We loved our seats. They were right in front of the screen. The scenery is stunning!
Well organised track and events.
5 based on 19 reviews
A must place to visit in Judenburg, there is an entry fee for the same. I don't know how much since my client paid :D. When you go on the top floor you can see the entire Judenburg from there. And if the wind speed is high sometime the towers moves/shakes. Once a year there is a competition happens, who will go on the top by stairs. Total no of stairs are around 500 (not sure ). You can watch the solar system on the top floor. It was a great experience
5 based on 28 reviews
4 based on 56 reviews
Warm, thermal water (34 degree), outdoor waterbasin, black hole waterslide, waterfountains, two restaurants (meals for kids and adults), and much more ... entertaining for the whole family
4.5 based on 21 reviews
We've been there for five days with kids and really enjoyed it! There are only three ski-lifts and perhaps we've been unlucky, as there was no electricity on the first day and then on of the lifts broke down on the last day. Recommended.
4 based on 27 reviews
This place is called Der Wilde Berg and not Abenteuerwelt as named here on Tripadvisor. It is one of the best zoo and best fun for kids and adults. You can pet and feed the animals, kids can play, adults can relax in the nature. You take a sailbahn (kind of ski lift) to the top of the hill and then you walk down the hill. It will take you between two and four hours to do the trip.
4 based on 24 reviews
I have been here two times and both occasions have been very pleasant. The first time was in the winter and the second in summer and the view from the outdoor pool section over the valley is particularly nice. The facilities are good and invigorating and they also have a 'tropical rainforest area' for those who prefer higher humidity and temperatures. Unlike the sauna bit, this does not cost more. If you go after 1900 the prices are cheaper and you get a decent amount of time until it closes.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
This is the aviation extension of the Military Museum in Vienna, accessible by car or train, situated in the vicinity of Graz. We chose to drive here, it takes about one hour and a half on the motorway and we enjoyed it a lot. The collection is situated in an old brick hangar, accessible through a parking lot in front of a stadium some few hundred meters after passing the entrance to Zeltweg Air-force base. We explored the museum for about an hour, it features interesting items like the Saab 35 Draken, Bell 47 helicopter - the one used in MASH and some other 15 to 20 aircraft.
For the flight enthusiast this one is a must stop, I for sure enjoyed it.
5 based on 4 reviews
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Excellent tour, clear explanation of the brewing process. Interesting museum what more can a beer lover ask for? Oh yes the samples were well worth waiting for. Anyone who enjoys good beer should try and join this brewery tour, it is an experience worth enjoying. My only complaint is that while I can enjoy their beer in Austria and also Australia (at the German Club, Brisbane) I can't get it in London!
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