Activities in Klagenfurt

At about 450m above the sea level, Klagenfurt is located between Wörthersee and the Krawanken mountains. The founding legend has it that the town landmark dragon, the Lindwurm, was killed by brave men using trickery. From the site of this dragon fight emerged today’s state capital Klagenfurt.

The multi-facetted town has a restored historic district with arcade yards, cafés, shopping opportunities and sights to see. Regardless of whether you stroll through the oldest pedestrian zone of Austria or visit the museums, Klagenfurt will surprise you.

The particularly popular destinations for excursions are the City Theatre of Klagenfurt, the Robert Musil Museum, the Margeregg Castle Wildlife Park, the Kreuzberg Planetarium and the Mining Museum.

Activities in Hotelnähe

Our hotel is located directly at the vast, fully developed bicycling path network and is ideal for a large number of activities in the vicinity. Europe’s warmest Alpine lake, the Wörthersee and its recreational possibilities can be found in the direct vicinity of the hotel. About 150m away from it, the main docking station of Wörthersee shipping can be reached in just minutes on foot.

The biggest inland lake spa of Europe, the City Beach Spa, is directly behind it just about 200m from our hotel. Around the world in one day but only 500m from our hotel. In the Minimundus, young and old can discover 156 buildings from 40 countries on a scale of 1:25.

Just a hop, skip and jump away is the largest reptile exhibit of Austria with approx. 1,000 animals on 4,000m2. An outdoor facility, a dinosaur park, an insectarium, and a petting zoo complete the offer in the reptile zoo. Directly next to it in the planetarium, all enthusiasts of celestial bodies will be abducted on an exciting trip to outer space in entertaining shows.

You should not miss the short trip to the Pyramidenkogel observation tower, the highest wooden observation tower of the world. You have a one-of-a-kind view of the Wörthersee and large parts of Carinthia from a viewing platform at a height of 50m. You can also use a 120m-long slide to get down from the observation tower.