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All 34 Holiday Regions in Tyrol from the Achensee to the Zugspitzarena

Tyrol – Holiday in the Heart of the Alps

The appeal of the popular Austrian state of Tyrol is its central position in Europe and in the heart of the Alps. Whether you are travelling by car, train or plane, Tyrol can be reached quickly and easily. A well-developed road and railway network, as well as an airport in the provincial capital of Innsbruck ensure that your journey runs smoothly. Tyrol lies in the western part of Austria and shares borders with the Austrian federal states of Vorarlberg, Salzburg and Carinthia. It also borders Germany in the north, Switzerland in the south west and Italy in the south (South Tyrol).

Tyrol is a small, mountainous state full of contrasts and diversity, making it an ideal holiday destination for the whole family, for sports enthusiasts, for nature lovers, gourmets and culture lovers – for anyone, anytime. Each season has its own special beauty and charm.


Alpine Summer in Tyrol

Tyrolean Winter Bliss


Tyrol has 9 beautiful districts: Imst, Innsbruck, Innsbruck-Land, Kitzbühel, Kufstein, Landeck, Reutte, Schwaz and Osttirol. Within these districts you can enjoy 35 different holiday regions and spend your holiday exploring the idyllic lakes, imposing mountains, and picturesque villages. Find the unique features which make each region in Tyrol unique.



Even the emperors of Austria valued the stunning natural beauty of this region and the stunning alpine lake and spent their summers there frequently. Standing at the shores of this lake in summer, the atmosphere almost feels surreal. Surrounded by the impressive mountains, you can marvel at the rich turquoise blue colour of the lake and watch sailors and surfers race along the water as well as larger boats full of people taking in the amazing scenery. This fantastic holiday region in Tyrol not only includes the largest and one of the most beautiful lakes in Tyrol, it is also a great holiday destination for families and offers a variety of great activities to enjoy at any time of year.


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Rugged alpine landscapes meet lush rolling hillsides. The holiday region Alpbachtal is nestled between the Kitzbüheler Alpen and the Rofan mountain range, offers a range of beautiful landscapes, and is renowned as one of Austria's pleasure regions.


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First Holiday Region Zillertal

Located only 40 kilometres to the east of Tyrol's capital city of Innsbruck is the "First Holiday Region Zillertal", which includes the 12 villages of the Zillertal valley. The Zillertal is known to have maintained important age-old traditions and, at the same time, is known to be one of the most active regions of Tyrol and the birthplace of alpine mountaineering. The local farmers play an important role in the Zillertal valley and farm the sun-flooded valley consciously and environmentally-friendly. Due to these farming attitudes, the high-quality cheese from this region is widely known.


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Ferienland Kufstein

Enjoy an exciting holiday in the Kufstein region, and take advantage of all the different kinds of activities to be enjoyed here. Explore the beautiful nature while hiking along the marked trails in this region, take some time to relax and enjoy the wellness offers, or embrace the wealth of cultural highlights this region is known for. The magnificent nature conservation area of the Kaiser mountain range and the stunningly beautiful lakes in this area are a unique feature. The lovely city of Kufstein is located half way between Tyrol's capital city of Innsbruck, and the city of Salzburg.


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The Imst holiday region offers guests a range of exciting activities to enjoy in summer as well as in winter. The charming city holds on to important Tyrolean traditions, which are embraced by guests who can enjoy the many cultural offers available in the region of Imst. The city of Imst is located at the foot of the Lechtal mountain range and at an elevation of 827 metres above sea-level. Additionally, Imst is also known as one of the sunniest cities in all of Tyrol. Apart from the cultural highlights of this region, Imst is loved by all sports-enthusiasts. The Hoch-Imst ski and hiking area offers an exceptional ski resort during winter, and seemingly endless hiking trails during summer, making this is an exciting region to explore.


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Tirol West

The Tirol West region is unique because this is where 3 valleys meet: the Oberinntal, the Paznauntal, and the Stanzertal, which stretches all the way to Vorarlberg. The capital city of this region is Landeck, which is the cultural hub and a fantastic base camp for day trips and alpine adventures. One unique feature of this region are the medieval fortresses towering from hilltops over the valley. The rugged Lechtal Alps and the Ötztal Alps ensure a stunning alpine setting, which is also ideal for hiking or mountain biking tours.


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Innsbruck and its Holiday Villages

Innsbruck, the capital city of the Alps, is an exceptional city offering all the excitement and culture of a historical city, as well as alpine nature at its best. This enables everybody to enjoy shopping, sightseeing, culture, just as easily as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and mountainbiking in this city nestled in the mountains. The Olympic city Innsbruck lies between the iconic Nordkette mountains, which are a part of the Karwendel mountain range, the Stubai Alps, and the Tux Alps in a sunny, wide valley. This city is closely connected to the surrounding nature and sport plays an important role in the local community, especially considering you can be in the mountains in only a few minutes. Additionally, Innsbruck is known as an Olympic city, university-city, as well as a cultural and historical city you will surely fall in love with.


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Naturepark Lechtal

All locals in this stunning Tyrolean valley are especially proud of their Tyrolean traditions which have been an important part of daily life for many generations. The 8 towns and 6 typical alpine villages are happy to welcome guests with genuine Tyrolean hospitality: Bach, Elbigenalp, Elmen, Forchach, Gramais, Häselgehr, Hinterhornbach, Holzgau, Kaisers, Pfafflar, Stanzach, Steeg and Vorderhornbach. The Lechtal valley, which is one of the most beautiful landscapes in the Alps, has maintained exceptional biodiversity due to the respect for the natural environment by the locals. The river Lech has a wide sandy or gravel riverbed and is considered to be one of the last wild river landscapes in Europe.


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Kitzbühel Alps – St. Johann in Tirol

St. Johann is located in heart of the Kitzbühel Alps and is one of the most beautiful towns in all of Tyrol due to its wide and sunny valley. This holiday region offers guests a first-class holiday far from mass tourism and over-crowded ski slopes. Enjoy the relaxed pace of this wonderful town, and explore the natural surroundings, take some time to relax, or enjoy a sporty holiday in St. Johann. The picturesque villages of Erpfendorf, Kirchdorf, and Oberndorf are located nearby, and are an important part of this holiday region. The magnificent nature is only one feature of your holiday in St.Johann, as you can also enjoy the many shops, cafes, traditional inns called "Gasthaus", or rustic "Stuben" as well as many interesting cultural and historical sights, such as the church in the centre of town.


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Kitzbühel Alps – Brixental

The fantastic holiday region Kitzbühel Alps – Brixental invites guests to enjoy different sports activities, relaxation and rest, as well as children's programmes and numerous events throughout the year. The charm of the Brixental valley makes guests come back time and time again to the lovely towns of Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg, and Westendorf.

The location in the heart of the Kitzbühel Alps is absolutely marvellous for all mountain and nature lovers. With seemingly endless marked trails for hiking and biking the mountains here have so many areas for guests to explore, and the Wilder Kaiser mountain range is also fantastic for climbing. For hikers, there are more than 500 kilometres of hiking trails to explore. Further popular activities to enjoy in this holiday region are golf and swimming, but there is so much more on offer here.


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Kitzbühel – The Legend

The stunning alpine landscape of Kitzbühel, nestled between the Wilder Kaiser mountain range, the Kitzbüheler Horn mountain, and the famous Hahnenkamm, has ensured this town the fantastic reputation of a first-class alpine sports destination, and an exceptional lifestyle. Kitzbühel, the city in the mountains, together with the idyllic villages Jochberg, Aurach, and Reith offer guests a fantastic holiday destination.

As one of the most famous winter-sports towns in all of Austria, the "Gamsstadt" Kitzbühel charms guests with its romantic old-town, exclusive restaurants, lovely cafes, unique boutiques, a cinema, and a casino.


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Mayrhofen – Hippach im Zillertal

Tirolean tradition and an elegant atmosphere, fabulous ski resorts and stunning alpine landscapes, action-packed fun and pure relaxation, rustic farm-stay holidays and luxurious hotels – a wonderful holiday in Mayrhofen. Every season in Mayrhofen offers guests something spectacular and unique, and so do the charming neighbouring villages of Hippach, Schwendau, Ramsau, Brandberg and Ginzling. The largest ski resort in the nature park of the Zillertal Alps is waiting to be explored, making this fantastic holiday region a fabulous destination for skiers, snowboarders, as well as hikers, climbers, bikers, and all mountain lovers.


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This region is renowned as a fantastic holiday region for cross-country ski enthusiasts. With gentle hills, wide fields, and perfectly groomed tracks, guests can ski along the beautiful winter landscape while marvelling at the backdrop of the majestic Wilder Kaiser mountain range. This spectacular view can be enjoyed on the ski slopes as well, making every descent special. The beautiful mountainous landscape of the Kaiserwinkl region is a wide valley nestled between the Wilder Kaiser mountain range and the Chiemgau Alps. During spring, summer, and autumn this holiday region is the perfect setting for hiking, biking, riding, and golf enthusiasts. On hot summer days, the picturesque Walchsee lake is ideal for a refreshing dip at 24° C, and so is the outdoor swimming pool in Kössen.


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Nature Park Region Reutte

The Nature Park Region Reutte impresses guests with fantastic cultural highlights, spectacular nature, and great sports-activities. This area is located at the Bavarian boarder and offers a rustic charm with a hint of metropolitan flair. The stunning alpine setting ensures marvellous sights such as the crystal-clear alpine lake Plansee, towering mountain peaks, and the waters of the Lech river and its riverbed. The Nature Park Region Reutte starts at Vils and spans all the way to the Allgäu Alps. It includes one of the smallest cities in Austria, offers a wide, sunny valley, the town of Reutte, and stretches all the way to the town of Weißenbach in the Lechtal valley. This beautiul region includes eleven towns and villages: Breitenwang, Ehenbichl, Höfen, Musau, Pflach, Pinswang, Reutte, Vils, Wängle and Weißenbach.


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East Tyrol

The alpine landscape of the Hohe Tauern, which includes the highest mountains in Austria, the Lienz Dolomites, or the Carnic Alps, as well as the picturesque valleys are suited perfectly for a holiday in the midst of this stunning alpine landscape. The East Tyrol region invites guests to enjoy fun activities, relaxation and wellness in this calming natural environment, explore Tyrolean nature, and a range of different types of sports activities. East Tyrol boasts 266 mountain peaks which are higher than 3,000 metres above sea-level. Many of these giants can be explored in the National Park Hohe Tauern, with some of the most famous mountains being the Großvenediger, and the Großglockner, which, at 3,798 metres above sea-level, is Austria's highest mountain. The Großglockner has been a popular mountain for hikers and mountaineers to climb for more than 200 years, starting during the pioneering era of mountaineering.


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Ötztal – Tyrol's Highlight

Nature guarantees the snow, the locals make it a paradise in the snow. If you love sport or enjoy nature, want a family holiday or a party holiday, this region has it all. This beautiful valley in the Alps delivers many spectacular highlights. The Ötztal valley is 65 kilometres long and starting from Imst in a southern direction. This valley includes 8 lovely holiday villages: Sölden, Längenfeld, Umhausen, Obergurgl-Hochgurgl, Haiming, Sautens, Oetz and Vent. A spectacular archaelogical find, the glacier mummy "Ötzi", has made the Ötztal valley world-famous. The valley separates the Ötztal Alps from the Stubai Alps starting with the town Oetz to the north, and leading through to the world-famous town of Sölden at the southern end of the valley with numerous fantastic activities and attractions along the way.


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Paznaun - Ischgl

In the far west of Tyrol, the 40 km long high-alpine Paznauntal branches off. The narrow high valley is internationally known for its ski hotspot Ischgl. With 239 km of perfectly groomed slopes, the Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun, which extends across the border into Switzerland, is considered a mecca for skiers and snowboarders. In winter, in addition to the numerous gourmet restaurants and bars, Ischgl's spectacular top events with international artists are a delight. And those who like it a little quieter are best advised to visit the villages of Galtür, Kappl and See. While Galtür is considered a paradise for every cross-country skier with uphill intentions, Kappl impresses with untouched deep snow slopes that melt every freerider's heart. The ski areas of Galtür, Kappl and See are particularly suitable for families with family ski passes, children's programmes and easy practice slopes. And the fact that the snow guarantee in Paznaun is particularly high benefits all four ski areas in the valley.


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Pillerseetal – Treasure of the Kitzbühel Alps

The Pillerseetal valley is nestled between the Steinplatte mountain and the majestic Loferer and Leogang Steinberge mountain range. The emerald-green Pillersee lake is in the heart of this picturesque valley, which is a fantastic area to explore for hikers and mountain bikers and additionally offers a range of fantastic ski resorts to chooses from. The crystal-clear water of the Pillersee lake is very inviting for swimming and fun during the hot summer months and ideal for guests who would enjoy a relaxed holiday in nature considering the pristine scenery, as well as all holiday makers looking for adventure exploring this beautiful region.


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Pitztal – Beautiful & Fierce

From Imst to Roppen in the Tyrolean Oberinntal valley the river Inn forges its way through a deep gorge and from there, the beautiful Pitztal valley stretches towards the south. Enjoy a holiday at the foot of the highest mountains in North Tyrol. The valley is approximately 40 kilometres long and is the home of the Wildspitze mountain, which is 3,768 metres above sea-level and the highest mountain in the North Tyrolean region. The charming villages of this valley offer a choice of holiday destinations for a memorable holiday spent in Tyrolean nature. Feel right at home in Arzl im Pitztal, Wenns, Jerzens and St. Leonhard im Pitztal. The adventure starts when entering the valley through the Pitzenklamm gorge in Arzl, and then the valley opens at the quaint village Wenns.


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Region Hall-Wattens – Cultural Gems in the Alps

Salt mining, the early ancestor of the Euro coins, art, history and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, these are a few of the many exciting things to discover in the lovely holiday region Hall-Wattens. Nestled between the majestic Karwendel mountain range and the Tuxer alpine foothills, this region offers a romantic alpine setting suited for exciting activities in the mountains. One of the highlights is a walk through the medieval streets and alleys of the city Hall. It almost feels like travelling back through time to a city 700 years ago, almost expecting a knight to walk down the Mint Tower at the Hasegg Castle, which is the city's most recognisable landmark.


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Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Enjoy a memorable holiday in the Alps in the wonderful holiday region Hohe Salve and the villages of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Kirchbichl, Angath, Angerberg and Mariastein. This region is situated at the foot of the majestic Hohe Salve mountain, which measures 1,828 metres above sea-level. A part of the Kitzbühel Alps mountain range, guests can enjoy a hoilday spent exploring some of the most spectacular mountains with glorious views. There are many ways to experience the fabulous views from the Hohe Salve mountain, but aside from hiking or biking up to the top, you can also enjoy a fun gondola ride from Hopfgarten or from Söll and start your adventure at an elevated position.


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Olympia Region Seefeld

Nestled within spectacular mountains, between the nature conservation area Karwendel, the Wettersteingebirge mountain range, and the conservation area Wildmoos, the delightful town of Seefeld is situated on a spectacular sunny plateau. This position is shielded from the typical Föhn-winds of this area of Tyrol, and is renowned for the amount of snow which falls in this region. The town of Seefeld is a paradise for all mountain enthusiasts, winter sports lovers and all those who enjoy a relaxed holiday in a lovely mountainous setting. All cross-country skiers can explore the 279 kilometres of perfectly groomed tracks, which have been awarded by the ADAC multiple times for their excellence. The slopes are suited for classic skiers as well as skating-style skiers and offer different routes at various levels of difficulty making this Olympic region a true paradise for all cross-country skiers. 


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Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis – We Are Family

The spectacular holiday region Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis is situated on a delightfully sunny plateau at 1,200 metres above sea-level, overlooking the Tyrolean Inntal valley. Surrounded by the majestic mountain ranges of the Samnaun and Ötztal Alps, with many mountains higher than 3,000 metres, this alpine landscape is truly spectacular.


This region is ideal for all mountain enthusiasts, during winter as well as summer, and is additionally renowned as an extra special family holiday destination. Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis has paid particular attention to cater to families, and has included many activities focusing on the interests of parents and, of course, the most important visitors here, all children visiting our region. The excellent location of this holiday region ensures more than 2,000 hours of sunshine each year, allowing for great fun in the great outdoors while benefitting from the fresh alpine air. The first-class entertainment programmes and events organized here in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis ensure a memorable holiday for the entire family in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps.


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Silberregion Karwendel

The imposing mountain peaks of the Karwendel mountain range tower above one of the most diverse holiday regions to be found in Austria. The delightful and exciting Silberregion Karwendel includes the towns of Buch, Gallzein, Jenbach, Kolsass, Kolsassberg, Schwaz, Stans, Terfens, Vomp, Weer and Weerberg. The region stretches from the lush wide valley of the Unterinntal, from Kolsass to Jenbach, and then all the way to the forests of the Tuxer Voralpen. The interesting cultural and historical aspects are just as charming as the unique landscape of this region. The city of Schwaz established itself as a prosperous silver-mining town and is still the capital city of this region.


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St. Anton am Arlberg

St. Anton, is also known as the cradle of alpine skiing and always has been the premier winter holiday destination of the ski-society and professional skiers. The delightful region offers a spectacular ski resort connecting many of the delightful alpine towns in this region on more than 300 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes. The modern ski lifts and thrilling fun park Stanton Park ensure a fantastic day spent in the mountains, which are renowned for the substantial snowfalls. Great fun is not limited to day-time skiing: at night, the towns thrive with excitement. The many bars and restaurants guarantee entertainment and great service, and the Mooserwirt, Krazy Kanguruh and Bobo's are some of the many bars inviting all après ski lovers to enjoy a fantastic night out on the town.


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Spend a delightful holiday in the Stubai and enjoy activities and relaxation in this beautiful alpine setting. The villages in Stubai, Fulpmes, Mieders, Neustift, Schönberg and Telfes, all charm their visitors at more than 1,000 metres above sea-level ensuring fantastic air-quality, especially for all allergy sufferers. The Stubai valley is renowned as an active destination throughout all seasons, stretching from the Wipptal valley all the way to the majestic glacier at the end of the Stubai valley. The capital city of Tyrol, Innsbruck, is only 10 kilometres from the entrance of the valley, which is hard to tell while enjoying the tranquillity of nature on the Subai glacier.


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Tannheimer Tal

This delightful region in the heart of the Allgäu Alps is rich in natural beauty. The Tyrolean way of life and vitality is a an important feature of the Tannheimer Tal, and makes all guests feel like they have arrived in their new home. The sun shines on the mountains which are waiting to be explored by hikers, bikers, and climbers, just as the beautiful lakes, creeks, and forests. During winter, time can be spent on the ski slopes and cross-country ski tracks leading through the winter wonderland. This valley is sometimes referred to as the most beautiful high-alpine valley in Europe, with the imposing mountain peaks of the Allgäu Alps, the wide blue skies, the lush green meadows, and the rustic traditional farmhouses ensuring a unique landscape.


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Tiroler Oberland - Nauders - Kaunertal

One valley offering thousands of opportunities. From lush green fields to the 3,000-metre-high mountain peaks, the region of the Tiroler Oberland - Nauders - Kaunertal includes many exciting attractions suited for the entire family. The holiday region is situated in the border triangle of Austria, Italy and Switzerland and stretches from Nauders at the Reschenpass to Prutz in the Inntal, all the way to the Kaunertal glacier. This region is also referred to as the Rhaetian triangle, as it connects the Tiroler Oberland with the Swiss Engadin and the South-Tyrolean Vinschgau regions. With a shared history, many names of the villages in all three regions are similar.


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Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Here, in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, we are very proud of our stunningly beautiful piece of earth we can offer our guests and call our home. Seven charming villages are situated in the valley and a part of this delightful holiday region: Berwang, Biberwier, Bichlbach, Ehrwald, Heiterwang, Lermoos and Namlos. Four imposing mountain ranges surround the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena and offer fantastic opportunities for all mountain enthusiasts. The Ammergauer Alps are situated to the north, Lechtal Alps in the west, Mieminger Kette in the south, and the Wettersteingebirge, which includes Germany's highest mountain peak, the Zugspitze, is situated to the east of our holiday region.


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At the foot of the Hintertux glacier, in the deepest of the Zillertal valley, and in the heart of the ski-glacier world Zillertal 3000, the delightful holiday region Tux Finkenberg is nestled within the Zillertal mountains. At 3,250 metres above sea-level, snow is an absolute guarantee. This alpine region is perfect for all those hunting perfect snow conditions, but it is also an absolute delight for all hikers and mountain bikers who want to explore the mountains during the warmer months of the year. The two idyllic holiday villages Tux and Finkenberg are both situated in the high-alpine valley Tuxertal, which is a 13-kilometre-long side valley of the Zillertal southwest of Mayrhofen. The renowned ski destination Hintertux is also a part of this holiday region and is situated at 1,500 metres above sea-level at the end of the valley and at the foot of the majestic Hintertux glacier.


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Wilder Kaiser

The spectacular nature reserve holiday region Wilde Kaiser is a delightful holiday destination, especially for families. The majestic Wilder Kaiser mountain range creates an impressive backdrop for a memorable holiday in the charming holiday villages Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll. The locals refer to these spectacular mountain peaks as "Koasa". During winter this region at the Wilde Kaiser offers fantastic opportunities for skiers and snowboarders. Explore the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental with 91 modern ski lifts, carve down the 279 kilometres of groomed slopes, and relax in your favourite one of the 70 rustic alpine huts in this ski resort.


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Come alive in the Wildschönau!

The Wildschönau – the alpine high valley with 4 lovely villages. The Wildschönau is a charming high valley 24 kilometers long above the town of Wörgl. The lovely landscape is part of the Kitzbühel Alps and a natural paradise for numerous holiday activities. The Wildschönau Region consists of the four villages Niederau, Oberau, Auffach and Thierbach. Unspoilt nature, comfort and hospitality are the valley’s main characteristics. The motto in the Wildschönau is: Come alive in the Wildschönau!


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To the south of Tyrol's capital city Innsbruck, the picturesque Wipptal valley with its 5 charming side valleys charms guests with a spectacular alpine landscape nestled between the Stubai and Tux Alps. The charming holiday villages are very traditional Tyrolean villages allowing an extra special Tyrolean experience for all visitors. This region is ideal for all guests who enjoy hiking, mountaineering, biking, skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, and want to return from a delightful day in the mountains and take some time to truly relax in the tranquillity of the villages Gries, Gschnitz, Matrei, Mühlbachl, Navis, Obernberg, Pfons, Schmirn, St. Jodok, Steinach, Trins and Vals. The Wipptal gradually ascends 33 kilometres to the Brenner Pass, which is the Austrian-Italian border, and the valley then stretches all the way to Italy, almost to the city of Brixen.


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Zillertal Arena – Zell and Gerlos

Gerlos is situated at 1.300 metres above sea-level and is one of the highest villages in the Zillertal. The snow guarantee in Zell and Gerlos ensures fantastic days spent in the snow in the largest ski resort in the region, the Zillertal Arena. Explore the 143 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes with 51 modern ski lifts, and ski all the way up at 2,500 and then back down to 1,300 metres above sea-level from December until Easter. In addition to this spectacular home-ski resort, the Hintertux glacier is available nearby, offering the possibility to ski and snowboard throughout the entire year, even during summer. Carve down the slopes, enjoy rustic alpine huts, have some fun in snow-bars, and delight at a memorable winter holiday. Another highlight is a day spent tobogganing on one of the 6 toboggan tracks, some of which are even flood-lit.


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Magical Winter in Tyrol

Family Holiday in Tyrol

Explore the fun activities perfectly suited for families!

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Barrierefreier Urlaub ohne Hindernisse in Tirol

Holiday with no limitations

Have a look at Tyrol's wheelchair accessible accommodations.

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Tyrol's Culinary Delights

Tasty Tyrol

Take a look at some of the delicious treats awaiting you in Tyrol!

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