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Glorious autumn in the Bad Radkersburg region

A riot of colours, a festival of indulgence in southern Styria

The Mur and floodplain landscape arrays itself in its magnificent colourful dress. The vineyards blaze in the warm light of autumnal sunshine. Glorious relaxation and incomparable well-being in the special thermal water or a fragrant grape infusion in the wine cellar sauna await you at the Parktherme spa. What could be better than heading for the sunny south of Styria? Often the days have sunny hours to offer with golden light into the month of November.

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Farmers bring in the harvest during late summer and autumn – a special journey of indulgence in southern Styria. When the harvest baskets are filled to overflowing, everything is about the pumpkin, runner bean, horseradish, grape and more.

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Cycling with a view

Pleasurable holidays

Pedal pushers can enjoy varied bicycle tours well into October thanks to the Mediterranean climate. Take the popular guided tours with the bicycle guides or head out on your own – riding through the diverse landscape in the autumn past pumpkin fields, vineyards and through the Mur river floodplains is highly appealing. A bicycle tour to the neighbours in Slovenia completes the cycling offering in southern Styria. On the trail of wine, the prospects are especially favourable on the “Panorama Tour” or “Vineyard Tour”.

Wine hiking on the Traminerweg Klöch trail and the TAU-Weg der Riede trail in Tieschen. Numerous autumn wine festivals invite you to sample regional delicacies and premium wines, for example during the Pressfest in Klöch where you can press grapes with your own two feet. More autumn wine festivals: Weinbergfest in Klöch and Kellergasslfest in Tieschen. There are rest points and refreshments available along the trails. The leaves of the grapevines exhibit a play of colours in the autumn. There is nothing more beautiful than watching the last rays of the late summer sun fade away in a wine tavern with a good drop of wine.

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Light and sweet “Sturm” as the young wines are called in the south with nutty, spicy chestnuts make a delicious autumn duo.

Exercise in the colourful landscape and autumnal culinary art – Bad Radkersburg goes one better with relaxation and well-being at the Parktherme spa. The special thermal water loosens tired muscles and relaxes the locomotor system. Or would you prefer a fragrant grape infusion in the sauna? Replenish your energy with complete well-being, then the cold season can come.

Cycling through vineyards
Colourful vineyards

Exercise in the colourful landscape and autumnal culinary art – Bad Radkersburg goes one better with relaxation and well-being at the Parktherme spa. The special thermal water loosens tired muscles and relaxes the locomotor system. Or would you prefer a fragrant grape infusion in the sauna? Replenish your energy with complete well-being, then the cold season can come.

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Relaxation in thermal springs
Wine cellar-Sauna

The autumn formula for enjoyment: W+P+R+H = MMMMM

For connoisseurs of the Bad Radkersburg region, this enjoyment formula is no mathematical challenge but a code for ultimate culinary pleasures:

W for wine: an elixir of the region
P for pumpkin seed oil, Styria’s widely known “green gold”
R for runner bean, one of the region’s culinary specialities
H for horseradish, the hottest the Bad Radkersburg region has to offer

The autumn formula for enjoyment
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