Knittelfeld

Austria

The thriving shopping hub, town of culture and epicurean centre of Knittelfeld, the largest town in the Murtal district, promises unforgettable encounters.

Knittelfeld is a city in StyriaAustria, located on the banks of the Mur river.

The name of the town has become notorious for the Knittelfeld Putsch of September 7, 2002, a party meeting of the Freedom Party of Austria, which resulted in the 2002 Austrian elections.

Its cultural diversity – from exhibitions to top-quality events and live music – provides plenty of entertainment. Its proximity to the Red Bull Ring, the River Mur Cycle Trail, walking regions and leisure facilities makes it possible to enjoy every kind of active or relaxing holiday.

Active options include cycling and mountainbiking, golfing, fishing and swimming. Even the larger ski resorts of Lachtal and Kreischberg are less than an hour away. The culinary establishments are award-winning and the hotels offer a treat for the tastebuds with tradition and creativity.

Contact

Knittelfeld
email
stadtgemeinde@knittelfeld.gv.at
address
Hauptplatz 15, 8720 Knittelfeld
phone
+43 (0) 3512 83211-0