Wonderful mountains, sunny heights between 700 and 2,700 metres above sea level, from the gentle Seetaler and Seckauer Alps to the craggy peaks of the Tauern mountains, the Murau-Murtal holiday region offers flights of fancy to real summit experiences.
The varied programme leaves nothing to be desired; from relaxing family outings to challenging sport climbing.
1st day arrival Murau - welcome drink and information about your holiday destination.
The 4-star hotel Lercher in the middle of the medieval old town of Murau with its small garden is situated below the Schwarzenberg castle Obermurau and welcomes you with a 300-year-old tradition of hospitality in historical walls. All rooms overlook either the Stolzalpe or the castle. Equipped with bright warm colours and bath or shower, WC they have a large mirror, crouch, bathrobe, flat TV and free WLAN. An elevator takes you comfortably to the upper floors. In the kitchen, the Lercher family attaches particular importance to local, seasonal products. The in-house relaxarium awaits you with Finnish sauna, steam sauna, light therapy, large relaxation room and massage facilities.
2nd day guided city walk through the old town of Murau
The afternoon is at your disposal.
3rd day trip to Graz with city tour
Graz - UNESCO World Heritage, Capital of Culture and Pleasure. The vital charm and southern flair of Graz are almost proverbial: the old town with its red roofs and the dense juxtaposition of buildings from different art historical eras contribute to this atmosphere.
Day 4: Drive along the Nockalm Road to Lake Wörthersee with the possibility of a boat trip.
On the way back via Gurk Cathedral (St. Hemma of Gurk). The cathedral of Gurk, a jewel from the early 12th century, which goes back to a foundation of the Hemma of Gurk, which is buried not least also here. Gurk has therefore served as a place of pilgrimage for centuries. Even the Pope was already here. In the afternoon visit of the medieval town Friesach and its fortress and the chocolate museum of the manufacture Craigher.
Day 5 Visit of the largest alpine drive of Styria at the Lachtal - celebrated with a lot of customs.
The Almabtrieb from the "Lachtaler-Almen" (Großlachtal, Kleinlachtal, Hirzmann, Schlatterer, Steinbach) to Hochegg is one of the most beautiful and largest autumn events in Styria - over 3000 visitors are happy to be there every year. If the mountain summer has been successful, the cows are beautifully decorated before they move in. Successful means: All animals are complete and return to their home stable healthy and in good condition.
Day 6 Journey home
Unfortunately we have to say goodbye again today, after an extensive breakfast you start your journey home.