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The responsible accommodation of Austria

All the addresses of eco-friendly hotels in Austria 

Nestled between Germany, Switzerland and Italy, Austria is a land of many treasures. From the alpine adventure of the Tyrol to the Viennese waltz, you will discover a dynamic country close to its traditions. From large cities with unique architecture to picturesque villages, the Austrians will reveal a true art of living. Dare ecotourism in Austria and fall under the spell of this central European country. Follow the course of the Danube or climb the country's heights : Austria has so much to offer. Book one of our selected eco-friendly hotels in Austria and discover this land of contrasts.

Sustainable tourism in Austria32 million foreign tourists chose Austria for their holidays in 2019, making the country the 11th largest destination in the world. At the crossroads of Europe, the country is easily accessible for both Western and Eastern Europeans. With a mountainous landscape covering 60% of its territory and numerous lakes, the Alpine country is attractive during both winter and summer. As the homeland of baroque and classical music, Austria will appeal to culture lovers as well as to tourists looking for green spaces.

With such a valuable cultural and natural heritage, Austria is moving towards sustainable tourism. The entire country has developed its public transport networks and encourages residents and visitors alike to favour shared rather than individual mobility. Austria has an excellent rail network that runs on 100% renewable energy. In the Tyrol, these services are even free for tourists. In addition to a well-developed network, the Tyrol is particularly suitable for sporting activities and has numerous mountain bike, bicycle and hiking trails. Explore the region with its 5 nature parks or swim in a crystal clear lake.

For a city break, don't miss Vienna. As well as being a vibrant and culturally rich European capital (the city is home to over 120 museums), the Imperial City was voted the greenest city in the world in 2020. Vienna has no less than 500,000 trees and over 800 farms. You can easily explore the city by bike, either along the Danube or district by district. There are 1,400km of cycle paths. Stop at the market to discover the local produce the city has to offer. Vienna's markets place a premium on the provenance of its food. At the stalls, taste mainly local and seasonal produce.

Vienna can now be reached by night train from Paris. Leave at 6pm and arrive in the heart of the capital the next morning before travelling around Austria with a reduced carbon footprint.

Eco-friendly hotels in AustriaOur hotels in Austria immerse you in the Austrian tradition, close to nature. From lakeside to mountainside, our selection of eco-friendly hotels invites you to discover a peaceful and wild Austria. Step back in time in a 700-year-old Tyrolean inn with a family atmosphere and climb the country's most beautiful mountains. Fancy a holiday with your feet on the water? Then head to a hotel on the shores of Lake Weissensee, at an altitude of 900m.

Is the Austrian charm working? Then book one of our eco-friendly hotels in Austria!