Carinthians are lucky to be blessed with many talents. Famous for being good singers, they have nurtured at least as many celebrated painters, writers and architects. Hardly surprising in this highly cultured environment.
Winter time in Carinthia means a time for tradition, peace and meditation. Christmas in Carinthia also means to smell the aroma of freshly-baked cookies and green pines, to walk through the Christmas market in one's warmest clothing and to warm yourself up with mulled wine.
Europe’s family-friendliest valleys – the Lieser/Malta Valleys, located between two national parks – and the skiing paradise of Innerkrems are totally geared towards families.
This three-dimensional landscape is absolutely amazing: the beauty of pristine nature in the high mountain region with glaciers, mountain lakes and countless peaks, in the middle of it the Grossglockner at 3,798 metres above sea level, creates awesome emotion against the diversity and energy of nature.read on