Tourismusregion Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Where your well-being comes first – the Carinthian Quality Seal

Carinthia Quality Seal

This seal is awarded to hosts whose special priority is to offer a high quality of service. With their welcoming openness and plenty of southern zest for life, they create a unique atmosphere of well-being – from accommodation establishments to restaurants, from sports schools to cable cars. With regular inspections, advice and hosts who take continuous further training, we ensure that the quality promise we have made to you is kept.

As a guest here, you will experience special moments of happiness in a unique natural and cultural area with warm swimming lakes, gentle hills, impressive mountain worlds and enjoyable Carinthian Alps-Adriatic cuisine at the point where three cultures meet – whether you enjoy pleasure hiking, cycling, swimming, skiing, golf, etc.

A valid classification such as hotel stars, farm holiday flowers certification, etc. serves as the basis for the Carinthian Quality Seal. Further information: www.qualitaet.kaernten.at 

Klagenfurt’s "Kärnten Quality"-Certified Businesses

The Ayurveda-clinic Mathew Marykutty is located at the "Kreuzbergl" and offers private rooms. It has also been awarded with the "Carinthia Qualiy Seal". Read more

The Museum of Modern Art Carinthia is an institution supported by the State of Carinthia and is dedicated to collection, preservation, research, documentation, communication as well as general support of modern and contemporary visual arts. Read more

Schleppe Brewery in Klagenfurt is famous for brewing specialty beers. The Schleppe Brewery is today regarded as the center both of Carinthia’s brewing and distilling industries, especially since the Pfau Distiller moved in under the same.. Read more

The Genusswirt at Castle Mageregg is located in the northern outskirts of Klagenfurt in the middle of a picturesque castle garden. The Restaurant has been awarded with the Carinthian Quality Seal. Read more

The steamship Thalia is actually one of the oldest ships on Lake Wörthersee, built back in 1909. The "Thalia" can carry as many as 280 passengers at a time, and is also a popular charter for weddings and other special events. Aside from.. Read more