The Styrian Flower road lies in Styria, the Green Heart of Austria, or Eastern Styria to be precise. All of its villages are award winners and rightfully proud of themselves. The region’s prettiest floral villages are connected by the Styrian Flower Road, offering a floral paradise like no other. The journey through St. Jakob im Walde, Wenigzell, Vorau, Mönichwald, Pöllauberg, St. Lorenzen am Wechsel, Strallegg, Miesenbach, St. Kathrein am Offenegg and Fischbach is a colourful delight. Enjoy the blossoming splendour, maintained by local residents and volunteers.
There is plenty to see and do in the 10 floral villages besides admiring the delightful flowers, such as the Pöllauberg pilgrimage church, Vorau Augustinian Monastery or the Energy Points in St. Jakob im Walde. The GenussCard is a real highlight, giving you free access to more than 240 attractions across three regions and numerous other bonus partner advantages from the first night of your stay at a GenussCard establishment. Those who would like to learn even more about flowers and herbs should visit the Sulamith Hanging Gardens, kick back by the flower peacock in Mönichwald Park or join one of the herb workshops.
There are plenty of culinary highlights along Styria’s most vibrant themed road, of course. The Buchtelbar in Wenigzell, the Blumenstraßen-Schnitzelwirt in Vorau or the delicacies by Eveline Wild are known far beyond the borders and are only a small taster of the culinary variety that the Flower Road has to offer. Enjoy the beauty and fragrance of Eastern Styrian flowers, not just amidst nature, but also as the cherry on the cake of your favourite dish.