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    Windbeutel ©Berggasthof Almhütte

    This Bavarian specialty made of choux pastry is a classic! Super delicious and huge are these cream puffs in the mountain inn Almhütte with its own confectionery – rightly also called Windbeutelalm.

    The Almhütte

    GermanyBavaria,

    Marillen © NÖW - Stefan Fürtbauer

    The “cradle” of the apricot lies in China. The fruit was cultivated there 4,000 years ago before Alexander the Great brought it to Europe. The Romans brought it to the Wachau, where it has been cultivated for around 2,000 years. Since 1996, the name “Wachauer Marille g.U.” has been a protected designation of origin within the EU.

    Wachau apricot

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    Tafeln im Weinviertel © Weinviertel Tourismus - Christine Wurnig

    In the Weinviertel, top chefs and winemakers offer a 5-course menu with wine pairing and music under the open sky. Unique locations, ambiance, cuisine, Weinviertel wines, and hospitable hosts promise unforgettable summer evenings in Austria’s largest wine-producing region.

    Dining in the Weinviertel

    AustriaLower Austria, Weinviertel

    Lungauer Eachtling

    Yellow, red, blue, dotted, small, large, round and oblong, waxy and floury anyway – potato varieties are like stars in the sky. For Hans Moser and Andrea, this is always an incentive to cultivate unusual “newcomers” in addition to popular standard varieties here in Salzburg’s Lungau region every year.

    Lungau potatoes

    , Salzburger Lungau

    Lore Waxenberg

    The names such as “LoRe-Habidere”, “LoRe BlueGin”, “STERN Tschin” and “Mühlviertel Highland Whisky” say it all! Aromatic spirits that encapture the special sense of the Mühlviertel region.

    Pure pleasure with an extra shot

    AustriaUpper Austria, Mühlviertel

    Sennerei Schaukäserei Drei Zinnen © Velontour

    The cheese dairy offers visitors the opportunity to look over the shoulders of the cheesemakers as they produce 25 different types of cheese. The different products can be sampled in the adjacent bistro.

    Alpine dairy Three Peaks – cheese factory

    , Niederdorf – 3 Zinnen Dolomites

    MOST © Urlaubsregion Vitalwelt Bad Schallerbach - Andreas Röbl

    Most is a typical Upper Austrian beverage. Fine-bubbled, refreshing, powerful, and fruity-tart, it not only characterizes the drink menus of local inns but also, thanks to the many fruit trees used for making Most, the landscape and cuisine of the region.

    Mostig guat

    AustriaUpper Austria, Vitalwelt Bad Schallerbach

    Steckerlfisch von Theresia Palmethofer © Lisa Eiersebner

    Creative dishes were created during the Mostviertel field experiments: feta cheese in ash with chive pesto, char served on a blood sausage and einkorn wheat risotto, and Traisen valley asparagus on nettles served with an Ötscher soil espuma.

    Mostviertel field experiments

    AustriaLower Austria, Mostviertel

    © Kräuterhof Hauser

    The herb farm “Hauser” is a Puster Valley mountain farm located in the small village of Wielenberg. At an altitude of 1,150 meters, Josef and Brunhilde have been cultivating various herbs in a sunny location since 1997. These herbs are processed into essential oils, teas, spirits, or cosmetics.

    Herb farm Hauser

    ItalySouth Tyrol, Bruneck

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    Our bike hotels are the ideal starting point to discover the diverse regions around in a sporty way, culturally, scenically and culinary. From pleasant inns to 4-star hotels that provide all the amenities a cyclist's heart desires: in our ideally located, bike-friendly accommodations, everything is tailored to the needs of cycling holidays aligned. Exercise, relaxation and enjoyment combine here to create a very special holiday experience.