Klagenfurt is located about 4km east of lake Wörthersee and north of Karavanke. It is a regional trade and business centre, bustling with national and international companies. It is also known as a university city with an amazing landscape and a rich history. A refined, verdant oasis rich in waterfalls, diversity and tastefulness, it brings excitement and joy to both locals and visitors, if you only take the chance to get to know it better.
As the seventh largest settlement in Austria and second largest in Carinthia Villach manages to captivate visitors with its easy-going, Mediterranean lifestyle. The town is also an important transport intersection for the whole Alpe-Adria region, with the Italian and Slovenian borders just a short hop away. Villach is a small town with a big conference knowledge and a hunger to become even better at it.
Velden is a charming market town situated on the shore of Lake Worthersee. The visually stunning setting, known as one of the country’s most popular holiday resorts, is reason enough to stop by, although the best way to truly experience it is to take a plunge in the lake. The clear water and perfect location south of the Alps, which means one of the highest annual numbers of sunny days in Austria, makes it an ideal place for visitors to enjoy and soak up the positive atmosphere.