Lush mountain pastures, charming little towns, and plenty of wine gardens — Eastern Styria has a lot to offer that will make your Slow Trips experience unforgettable. And it sure doesn’t hurt that the wineries are attached to taverns, giving you a chance to quaff some of the excellent local wines.
Dive in and discover the everyday culture of Eastern Styria. Whether you’re hot air ballooning over stunning landscapes, learning to operate a train, going by carriage or on foot — Eastern Styria offers so many wonderful options off the beaten path. The region is also well known as a cycling and hiking location. Far from the mainstream, and largely undiscovered by tourism, our Slow Trips experiences are very personal adventures.
Explore Eastern Styria on quiet soles, outside in fresh air, surrounded by wonderfully fragrant gardens. Okay, sometimes you might get a whiff of manure as well but, hey, that’s just rural life.
It’s easy to get lost in a very rural area like Eastern Styria. For some, that’s a desirable part of travelling. But luckily, for those who prefer to know where they’re going, the locals are always happy to give directions. They’re pleasant people who live their lives with joy and passion and welcome visitors openly and with authentic hospitality.
Our locals are the key to success for Eastern Styrian tourism. These craftsmen, food producers, chefs, artists and farmers are great representatives of our everyday culture. Don’t miss out on the culinary treats or the various traditional events that liven up each season. Eastern Styria is also a hub for creative minds. Search for your artistic vein and go on a journey of creative discovery.