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Holiday in Tyrol

Tyrol, located in the western part of Austria with its charming capital city Innsbruck, has for centuries formed a unity of nature, culture, and lifestyle. In almost every corner of Tyrol, you encounter cultural heritage, nestled in a dreamlike mountainous landscape. The striking mountains of Tyrol, from the majestic peaks of the main Alpine ridge to the idyllic Lechtal Alps, the Kitzbühel Alps, and the imposing High Tauern in East Tyrol, offer a breathtaking backdrop that is unparalleled.

Explore the diversity of Tyrol by discovering the unique characteristics of each valley. Here, a rich mix of cultural diversity and natural beauty is revealed. Let yourself be enchanted by the abundance of regionally typical features, traditions, and customs. The authentic Tyrolean way of life is reflected in the architecture, regional cuisine, and in the festivals and traditions.

Despite the pronounced tourism that plays a central role in the economy of Tyrol, the region preserves numerous natural areas. This is particularly evident in the impressive national parks and the numerous other landscape conservation areas. These not only provide protection for the unique flora and fauna, but also allow visitors to experience the untouched nature up close.

In Tyrol, you will find a perfect balance between preserving nature and sustainable tourism. Whether hiking, skiing, mountain biking, or simply relaxing in one of the charming villages – Tyrol is a place where visitors feel connected to nature and can fully enjoy the beauty of the Alps.

Tyrol in summer
Tyrol in summer - © Lechtal Tourismus / Fotograf: Irene Ascher
Tyrol - Innsbruck
Tyrol - Innsbruck
Children in the Tyrolean Mountains
Children in the Tyrolean Mountains - (c) nusser.aichner - TVB Kitzbüheler Alpen St. Johann i. T.
Mountain fun in Hintertux
Mountain fun in Hintertux - Photo: flickr-User: Leo-setä - CC BY 2.0
Skiers on the mountain ridge
Skiers on the mountain ridge - ©tvbpitztal
Skiers - © TV Passeiertal
Tux Finkenberg Ski Resort
Tux Finkenberg Ski Resort

Tyrol guarantees unforgettable holidays!

Whether you're seeking relaxed tranquility or exciting action, Tyrol has it all to offer. Families with children can experience adventures in the impressive alpine landscape, introduce the youngsters to new sports, or embark on exciting excursions. Additionally, for teenagers and young adults, there is the opportunity to enjoy the vibrant nightlife in the evenings, alongside daytime sporting activities. In the numerous tourist hotspots of the country, bars and discos invite guests to lively parties during the winter season.

For sports enthusiasts, those seeking peace, and seniors, Tyrol also offers ideal conditions. Secluded, quiet places invite you to relax and enjoy. Here, you can tailor your vacation to your individual needs, whether it's hiking, cycling, skiing, or simply lingering in nature.

Our tip: Take the opportunity to get in touch with the locals. Tyroleans are known for their exceptionally high hospitality and are happy to give you insider tips for special experiences in their homeland. Discover authentic places, traditional cuisine, and experience the warm culture of Tyrol. Let yourself be enchanted by the unique atmosphere and take unforgettable memories from your Tyrolean vacation home with you!

Popular holiday activities in Tyrol

The unique beauty of the alpine landscape of Tyrol offers a wealth of opportunities to enjoy leisure time in a variety of ways. During the warmer months, hiking trails and mountain paths attract nature enthusiasts to the heights. The challenges and breathtaking views of the via ferratas, the adrenaline of sport climbing, and the freedom of mountain biking are just some of the highlights that adventurous people can expect here. Adrenaline junkies can plunge into rafting tours in wild alpine rivers, canyoning through gorges and waterfalls, or tandem paragliding jumps into the heart of the Alps.

For days when the weather doesn't cooperate, Tyrol offers a wide range of indoor activities. Relax in a thermal spa, immerse yourself in history in one of the numerous museums, or explore the mysterious mines of the region. The selection is diverse, and there is something for every taste.

Tyrol, the cradle of alpine skiing, offers a winter sports offer in winter that is unparalleled worldwide. Nowhere else can you find more or better ski resorts. The absolute snow reliability at higher altitudes, combined with state-of-the-art lift facilities and comfortable ski hotels at affordable prices, ensures a great atmosphere for winter sports fans. Whether on ski or snowshoe tours of various difficulty levels, on winter hiking trails, or on cross-country ski trails – here everyone finds their personal winter paradise.

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Accommodations in Tyrol

Whether you are looking for pure relaxation or if sporting activities are in the foreground, in Tyrol you will find the right accommodation for every requirement. Do your children want to help out on the farm in the morning, or do you prefer the luxury of an exclusive spa area? Thanks to the diverse selection of accommodations in Tyrol, even the most individual vacation wishes can be fulfilled. Hikers, climbers, and skiers appreciate the authentic, nature-oriented atmosphere of the mountain and ski huts. Cyclists and mountain bikers will find over 100 bike-friendly accommodations. For those who want to immerse themselves in country life or offer their children a special experience, there are 400 holiday farms to choose from, many of which are specifically tailored to families. In contrast, the elegant design hotels with modern architecture and the wellness accommodations, which are dedicated to physical and mental well-being, offer a luxurious ambience.

Everything your heart desires!

Guest opinion from Werner:

"Tyrol is simply fantastic! As an enthusiastic mountaineer and skier, I find my paradise here in summer and winter. The breathtaking mountains, perfect slopes, and the warm hospitality make each of my stays unforgettable. I love to explore nature and then relax in a cozy hut. Tyrol is my favorite region to experience adventures and relax!"

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South Tyrol and Tyrol are divided into several vacation regions, each of which is characterized by its own individual charm.


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Adventure Travel in Tyrol: Pure Adrenaline with Caving in Imst

A brand new travel trend is the so-called Adventure Travelling, where adventurers and the brave can fully enjoy themselves. One can look forward to thrills and dark passages, for example, when caving in the popular outdoor region of Imst, where one can get to know the mountain world in a completely different way.

winterliche Maria Theresien Straße
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Winter Vacation in Tyrol: Special Events in and around Innsbruck

In addition to various traditional events or Christmas markets, the Innsbruck region also offers numerous other events to make the time until the turn of the year pass more quickly.

Winterly Maria Theresien Street
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Winter vacation in Tyrol: New arrival options with public transport

In Tyrol, the arrival by train has been promoted for some time, and by now there are very attractive offers especially from Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria, and these are constantly being expanded.

Tyrol in winter
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Sports events on a Tyrol holiday: Highlights of the 2023/24 season

Tyrol attracts not only numerous vacationers annually, but also world-class athletes who compete in disciplines such as cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, or ski jumping

Castle Landeck
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Hiking on Vacation: Tyrolean Castle Trail

The holiday region TirolWest has gained another attraction: the Tyrolean Castle Trail. This trail leads in several stages through the villages of Schönwies, Pians, Stanz, Grins, Tobadill, Fließ, Zams, and Landeck, thereby also involving the tourism associations of Imst and Paznaun.

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Winter Hiking on Vacation: On the Move in the Pitztal Valley

Deeply snow-covered villages, picturesque mountain peaks, and white forests: This is how the Pitztal presents itself in the cold season. On various hiking trails, guests can immerse themselves in the romantic snowy landscape and enjoy the winter.

Plansee in Tyrol
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Popular travel destinations in Tyrol - Austria

Tyrol is an extremely popular holiday destination all year round. Due to the well-developed infrastructure, there are ideal conditions for relaxing days with the whole family.

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Due to its excellent location, the TyrolWest region is particularly well suited for a motorcycle vacation, where the numerous motorcycle hotels and the breathtaking tours make the stay a very special experience.

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Action-Packed Tyrol Vacation: Adventure for Teenagers

Currently in high demand are action-packed programs for teenagers. This also gives parents more freedom during vacation, while the kids can enjoy a lot of variety and adventure.

Panorama of Lake Achensee
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Best Panorama: Recommended viewpoints for your Tyrol vacation

If you want to see Tyrol from above, you don‘t always have to climb a high mountain. The following viewpoints can be reached with relatively little effort, from which you can then enjoy the fantastic panorama of the country.

Accessible vacationing in Tyrol
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Accessible Vacationing in Tyrol

In Tyrol, specially tested facilities and hotels create ideal conditions to enjoy the fantastic nature even in a wheelchair.

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Occasionally, one or another South Tyrol vacationer may wonder why a region with a predominantly German-speaking population belongs to Italy.


Aktiv Hotel Zur Rose
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★★★★ Steinach am Brenner

Aktiv Hotel Zur Rose

Surrounded by the breathtaking mountain scenery of the Wipptal enjoy a lovely holiday in friendly and cozy atmosphere of our hotel.
Naturhotel Waldklause
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★★★★★ Längenfeld

Naturhotel Waldklause

Austria‘s first superior hotel made entirely of wood Simply feel good, live close to nature and enjoy in the Tyrolean mountains – that is the motto in the innovative Ötztal design wood hotel. The hotel is a successful symbiosis of Tyrolean wood, glass and stone with fresh Tyrolean hospitality.
Hotel & Premium-Chalets Beim Hochfilzer
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★★★★ Söll

Hotel & Premium-Chalets Beim Hochfilzer

Ihr Wohlfühlort am Wilden Kaiser. In unseren Premium-Chalets mit eigenem Spa-Bereich und in unserem Hotel anzukommen bedeutet: sich völlig wie zu Hause fühlen, abschalten, und das Leben zwischen den schönsten Bergen Tirols genießen. Der Saunabereich und der neue Thermal-Außenpool sorgen für Entspannung und einzigartiges Wohlbefinden.
Das Kronthaler
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★★★★s Achenkirch

Das Kronthaler

Sensational moments in the mountains are waiting for you at the stylish vacation-home Das Kronthaler, which is quaintly located above the rooftops of the small village named Achenkirch.