Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 스위피 ≪ 접속주소 :≫ttw46.com≪
  2. 2 How the kids age calculated
  3. 3 4 Days In Northern Italy advice
  4. 4 Beaune France
  5. 5 Trip Report Scotland Trip Report
  6. 6 Madrid airport question
  7. 7 Kayaking in Avignon
  8. 8 Sintra
  9. 9 Murren to Prague
  10. 10 What tips can you give about packing?
  11. 11 European Travel & Trivia Quiz #162
  12. 12 Trip Report Roman Roamings: 2 Weeks of Wanderings
  13. 13 English Gardens Itinerary Advice please
  14. 14 The Dordogne & Loire Valley?
  15. 15 Aix Provence
  16. 16 best Provence itinerary to see Verdon Gorge
  17. 17 Vegetarian Food in Spain & Portugal
  18. 18 Trip Report Houses, Gardens & Walking in England
  19. 19 Cotswolds or Lake District Walking Tour
  20. 20 Trip Report "Paris? Again?" And an odd pickpocketing
  21. 21 Painted Hall in London well worth a visit!!
  22. 22 Crete/Athens June 2017
  23. 23 Taxi Cost / Uber Question
  24. 24 For a Taste of Four Cultures on Two Contınents
  25. 25 Cordoba Overnight?
View next 25 » Back to the top

Base for 2nd week in Austria?

Jump to last reply

Hello!
I am choosing where to base our family for 6 nights, July 2014. Our first week will be in the Zillertal, specifically an apartment in Finkenberg. We plan to do a ton of hiking and absorb the culture and beautiful landscapes. As for the 2nd week, I am trying to choose between:

The Salzkamnergut such as st. gilgen/st. wolfgang/Strobl
The Otz, around Hochsolden, Solden
Lech / Ischgi
Zell am See access to hohe Tauren
Seefeld
other ideas???

Some specifics:
-We are a very fit, outdoorsy, active and athletic family with 2 teenagers
-The home base to give a lot of variety, with choices for restaurants, and a lot of moderate to strenuous hiking options from the village or a short distance away (30 minutes or so in travel to get to other trails)
-This will be tough in July, I know, but a picturesque home base but not so overrun by tourists and crowded
-Home base to allow for one or two day trips, not more than approximately 1 hour of travel one direction, however.
-Flying out of Munich
-I have not decided weather to rent a car or use public transport. We used the trains in Europe in the past and had mostly good experiences
-I am leaning toward the areas with lakes to give a different dimension adding water sports.

Thanks in advance for any advice!

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement