Diversity is the spice of life
Another huge appeal is the diversity of the Alpe Adria Trail. Travelling through three countries – Austria, Slovenia and Italy – there is no chance to get bored with the view on European hiking holidays. From the base of the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner, through the most beautiful mountain and lake regions in Carinthia and Slovenia, the path continues on across the Prosecco-producing vineyards of Italy’s Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, all the way to the Adriatic Sea at Muggia. The route leads past a wide variety of natural and cultural monuments, include ancient ruins and castles, churches and shrines, monuments and museums, mountain villages and charming towns.
First class infrastructure
Thanks to the cross-border cooperation and the Alpe Adria Trail booking center, planning European hiking holidays on the Alpe Adria Trail is simple. There are detailed directions and maps available free of charge, information points along the route to enrich your experience, a range of accommodations to reserve at each stage destination, and official luggage transport and shuttle services available. Spend the night in a simple hut, a charming guesthouse or a luxury wellness hotel, knowing that you can hike carefree with a daypack while your luggage is taken to the next accommodation.