The most beautiful locations of the 100 Miles Austria.


1000 Miglia Warm Up exploring the most beautiful accommodation facilities in Austria.


Iconic places of the Austrian territory and locations of the most famous brands.


Scenarios with unique characteristics and historical beauty.


Salzburg is a charming Austrian city located along the Salzach River near the German border. It is famous for its historic centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cobbled streets, baroque buildings and historical monuments such as the Salzburg Cathedral and the Hohensalzburg Fortress, characterise the cityscape. Salzburg is rich in history and culture; it is known throughout the world for being the birthplace of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The city is surrounded by a spectacular Alpine backdrop and its streets, its museums and its festivals contribute to making it a much-appreciated tourist destination.


Located in an idyllic setting on the shores of Lake Fuschl, 15 km from Salzburg, the elegant and historic building resembles a fairytale castle and has welcomed distinguished guests for centuries. The property is committed to protect the building’s deep heritage while modernizing the resort experience in a celebration of the old and the new. In addition to being home to world-class restaurants and lounges, it also features a spa dedicated to the well-being of guests.


The F.A.T. Mankei is a mountain hut located on the Grossglockner, the highest mountain in Austria. Its renovation is an idea of Ferdi Porsche, grandson of Porsche founder Ferry. Ferdi’s company F.A.T. International-who also founded the legendary Porsche Ice Race in nearby Zell am See-has created a traditional- looking Alpine restaurant and café combined with a modern glass structure. It’s a place where car enthusiasts gather to share their passion for Porsche and everything related to automotive. Here, Warm Up participants will stop for a typical lunch with an amazing view after driving along one of the favorite roads for scenic driving enthusiasts.


Lienz is a picturesque city, capital of East Tyrol, known as the “pearl of the Dolomites”. Overlooking the Isel River and surrounded by the majestic Alps, Lienz is known for its charming Alpine atmosphere and its rich historical heritage. The center, featuring colorful buildings and a lively main square, turns into a nice pedestrian area in the summertime where one can enjoy the fresh mountain air and a delicious dessert in one of the many local cafes. Lienz and Tyrol offer excellent opportunities and facilities for hiking, cycling and winter sports. Bruck Castle, located on the hill, houses the town museum and offers panoramic views of the town center and surrounding mountains.

Salzburger Land

Austria’s western region, bordering Italy via the Brenner Pass. Tyrol is known for its stunning mountains, ski events, and architectural innovations combined with traditions. About 22,000 kilometers of hiking trails wind through the Tyrolean alpine landscape with its 500 peaks of more than 3000m, 160 mountain huts and 140 alpine pastures. But at the same time these places still radiate an incredible fascination of the unknown, and it is easy to find yourself in majestic solitude among unspoiled landscapes. In the heart of the Alps, Tyrol has been able to maintain its traditions: folklore is part of everyday life, with clothing, choirs, folk dances, and marching bands. Also, well-known and appreciated is the craftsmanship.


Mittersill is a small mountain city located at an altitude of about 1,000 meters and surrounded by some of the highest mountains in Austria. It is a popular vacation destination, especially during the winter, because of the many outdoor activities it offers, including hiking, alpine skiing, and cross-country skiing. The town is also an important cultural center, with the Mittersill Music Academy hosting concerts and performances by internationally renowned artists. Mittersill Castle dominates the town and adds a historic touch to its landscape.


Overlooking the city of Mittersill and the mountains, the 4-star superior hotel occupies a medieval mansion with a historic atmosphere just a 5-minute drive from the Kitzbühel ski resort and 2 km from the center. Rooms at Mittersill Schloss offer panoramic mountain views. The restaurant serves traditional Austrian cuisine. The wellness area includes different types of saunas, a heated outdoor pool with views of the Kitzbühel Alps, a fitness room and beauty treatments.


An imposing glacier towers over the area, and the clear blue waters of Lake Zell lie like a pearl among the majestic mountains. Sports enthusiasts and active vacationers, as well as families and guests seeking relaxation, are faced with a diverse landscape here. Captivating experiences, as well as culinary and gastronomic highlights featured by typical regional dishes, combine with moments of pure relaxation. Zell am See is the capital of the same named district, a major transportation hub in the region, and, as a tourist destination, Zell am See-Kaprun is internationally renowned as one of Austria’s premier winter sports destination. In addition to tourism, Zell am See is also a major commercial center and home of the Porsche family.


Opened in 1866, Hotel Sacher Salzburg is a grand historic hotel that combines timeless elegance and tradition with the highest standards of service. Centrally located on the Salzach River banks it offers magnificent and unique views of the old town and Hohensalzburg Fortress. The famous Café Sacher Salzburg bakes authentic Sacher cakes in the typical Austrian café atmosphere, enhanced by a refined touch.


On Saturday evening, 1000 Miglia will gift all crews with an unforgettable evening, held in the most atmospheric location in Salzburg: Hangar-7. Hangar-7 is a building owned by RED BULL. It is known to be a unique facility that houses a collection of historic aircraft, race cars, and helicopters, as well as an art gallery and several restaurants. This multifunctional space was designed to be a meeting place for aviation, motor sports and culture enthusiasts. The cars will be exhibited between Hangar 7 and the nearby Hangar 8. A transfer service will be activated to take guests to the hotel, allowing them to fully enjoy the evening and pick up the cars at the Hangar the next morning.