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6 EXCITING WINTER SPORTS TO EXPERIENCE IN AUSTRIA (PART 2)

3. Tasting native dishes

Traditional Austrian cuisine is relatively rich, most notably butter, meat, and stuffing. This type of food is very suitable for those who are active outdoors and need to burn a lot of calories.

The winter sports require a lot of energy such as skiing, hiking… Therefore, you will need to eat energy-rich dishes. One of the unique traditional delicacies you can try is the Austrian pancake. Order this dessert after the end of your main meal.

4. Walking around the town in the mountains

Sankt Johann in Tirol, a mountain village is a great idea if you want to walk and admire the peaceful beauty of mountain life. This mountain village is quite large with lots of shops and a few bars.

You can spend an afternoon in the schedule to stroll around town or more interesting, try wandering alone among the white snowfields to feel how vast, vast, and majestic the world is.

5. Take a horse-drawn carriage in Sankt Johann

More relaxing than walking, try experiencing the scenery on a horse-drawn carriage. This traditional transport will take you back to the life of ancient European tranquility. Nestled in warm blankets and admiring the white scenery surrounding, you are enjoying one of the best experiences in the world.

6. Join the wine tasting session

Enjoy food and drink is a typical tourist experience in Austria. Especially, if you participate in winter activities or sports, enjoying a little wine to warm people is certainly an indispensable part. A typical drink that is often enjoyed on occasions like this is Schnapps.

Even if you just like to drink juice, once you have arrived in Austria, sipping a few sips of alcohol is inevitable. It also contains 40% alcohol like all other traditional wines, but Schnapps is guaranteed by locals to be easy to drink and has lots of flavors to try. So you do not need to worry about this.

Whether you come to Austria in summer or winter, the country with poetic scenery nestled in this majestic nature also always contains a lot of things to discover and experience. The advice is to make the most of your stay here to experience as much as possible activities

6 exciting winter sports to experience in Austria (Part 1)

When planning what to play in Austria, you will probably think of the “specialty” winter sports here like skiing or skateboarding, right? It is true that there are many beautiful snowy slopes and comfortable ski resorts, but that is not all you can do in Austria. To tell you, there are many other extremely interesting activities to enjoy in this country.

1. Walking in the mountains and in the snow

In the summer, Austria is the ideal place for hiking or mountain walking. This activity is so popular that every summer there are many tourists flocking to the walking paths in this beautiful country.

Some of the best hiking hints can be mentioned such as the Krimmler Ache walking path – the highest waterfall in Austria with a height of 380 meters, or the Grossglockner Alps – the path on the Alpes that leads you to the peak of the mountain most Austria with a spacious and breathtaking vision.

Of course, not all roads in Austria are cleared of snow in the winter, but taking long walks in town and walking around small villages is a very “poetic” winter experience.

2. What to play in Austria – Skiing on the hill

Going to Austria, if you have never tried skiing in your life, it will probably be a mistake that you will regret later. Skiing can be said to be a typical activity when you come to Austria on winter holidays. Don’t worry if you don’t know anything about skiing.

The gentle hillsides are not too difficult to make a perfect slide on skis or ski sticks. However, you should note that the weight of the board and sticks is not light at all. It may take a while to get used to it. But in the end, it will still be a happy and memorable experience for the second time in my life.

What should you prepare when skiing in Korea? (Part 2)

Sport shoes, boots and socks

When traveling, it is important to give you comfort. So minimize wearing high heels, instead give priority to sports shoes, boots to keep warm feet. Choose to wear waterproof shoes because it can rain anytime.

Besides, the socks are items you must bring when traveling in the winter. The main effect is to keep your feet warm. For women, if you want to wear skirts, bring thick socks. The two most common and easy to wear colors are black and foot skin.

Accessories

For romantic destinations like Korea, you will probably need to bring scarves, gloves, wool hats such as white, beige, brown, gray … These accessories not only help set clothes You look “more”, wearing warmer but also easy to change the appearance while not taking up much space in luggage. You will also have “extreme Korean” photos when wearing these accessories for photography.

Putting a shawl into your luggage will make it easier for you to change your everyday appearance, but it’s also much easier than tucking in different types of coats.

A few notes when skiing in Korea in the winter

If you have chosen a ski resort like that, you need to pay attention to the following issues to ensure safety and health when skiing in Korea.

Always wear warm and keep heat bag. You should prepare thick winter coat, socks, socks, beanie, glasses. You should not wear baggy clothes to move easily on the snow.

If you have never skied before. Do not worry. Ski resorts offer short-term courses for first-time skiers. Just 30 minutes of training according to the instructions of the coaches, make sure you can control the skateboard and go on the runway with moderately steep slopes.

Ski equipment can be prepared or rented at the ski resorts. The ski resorts all provide equipment such as skis, canes, boots, ski clothes. The advice is just to learn what Korean tourism in winter wear to travel and visit, and skiers should rent equipment. It is both wasteful and wasteful, because it is only used a few times, and it can be cumbersome and time consuming.

You should choose ski resorts near Seoul to facilitate travel. You can use the bus, the subway, catch a taxi or hire a taxi to drive yourself to the ski spots during the day. If you want to save time, you can use the shuttle service available at resorts and ski resorts. You just need to sit at the hotel and book service.