We’re in Seefeld in Tirol, a picturesque village at 1,200 metres above sea level that has twice been a venue for the Winter Olympic Games. That sporting spirit can still be felt today when you leave the lower station and the mountain railway behind you and take a stroll through the pedestrianised town centre …

Anyone that enjoys a cosy holiday with a touch of luxury will feel right at home at the NIDUM hotel in Tyrol thanks to its casual luxury concept. It’s clear as soon as you arrive that values are the top priority here, above all quality, so everyone will feel in safe hands – from the guests to the employees, and even the manager …

With Celinde, a range of coffee tables with cross-shaped legs and an integrated serving tray, Lukas Klingsbichel celebrates urban coffee culture and becomes part of the World Wide Things Collection, a selection of design objects taken from the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. Here, the designer talks about his favourite pieces in the collection …

In the picturesque village of Pürgg, high above the Ennstal valley and with a population of just 150, time seems to stand still. Austrian poet Peter Rosegger described the idyllic spot as the “cradle of Styria”, and it’s where we discover a restaurant and guesthouse with centuries-old character that is still evident today …