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Austria offers a variety of excursions around its typical towns. Set off to explore dreamy landscapes and picturesque lakes in the heart of the Alps. There is something for everyone. Throughout the year, sporting activities are available, such as biking, skiing and hiking. In addition, you can relax with a snack or treat in one of the idyllic Alpine chalets. For those interested in culture and history, you’ll find something to impress you in Vienna, Salzburg or Innsbruck. Explore Austria and find the option that suits you for dream holidays or unforgettable city breaks.
Tirol is the 3rd largest region in Austria and is divided into two parts: Eastern Tirol and Northern Tirol, with its capital, Innsbruck. Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Tirol and also the highest in Austria, standing at 3,768 m. If you wish to get out of your daily city routine to explore some new areas, this region is made for you. Set off to explore these flower-covered mountains with their snowy peaks and pure lakes where you can recharge your batteries and reconnect with nature.
Enjoy cold swims, magnificent hikes with breathtaking views and mountain-biking trips in the heart of the Alps. After all that effort, sit back and relax! Enjoy some tasty Tirolean cuisine and treat yourself to the famous ‘Kaiserschmarren’ or delicious ‘Knödel’. You can enjoy dishes made from regional products from farming cows, sheep and goats, and these dishes will revive you so you can continue your adventures around this beautiful region.
The town of Neustift is located at an altitude of 994 metres and at the foot of the Stubai Glacier, the largest in Austria. There, the majestic mountainous landscape offers many opportunities for winter sports enthusiasts, hikers, mountain bikers and paragliders. Distance from the airport: 26 km.
Located at 1,200 metres, this picturesque little village is renowned for its proximity to the skiing areas that hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964. Its numerous sports and leisure facilities, nice pedestrian area with restaurants and boutiques, and casino make this a popular holiday destination throughout the year. Distance from the airport: 22 km.
Located in the heart of the Stubai Valley, the small family resort lies at an altitude of 900 metres and offers a wide range of activities both in summer and in winter. The nearby Ski Schlick 2000 area is a paradise for skiing and other winter sports. A wide range of restaurants, taverns and wine bars adorn the village, which is easy to fall in love with! Distance from the airport: 20 km.
The Mieming Plateau is a charming, wide-open area culminating at an altitude of 1000 metres. It is popular among families and sports enthusiasts due to the many perspectives it offers in the midst of unspoilt nature. Distance from the airport: 35 km.
Tirol is, above all, the ideal destination for an active holiday. In winter you will enjoy powder snow on the slopes, whereas in summer, you will enjoy mountain biking or hiking on beautiful trails but you will also enjoy swimming in the lakes. There will be no room for boredom!
The Museum Tiroler Bauernhöfe is an open-air museum where you can experience the rural life of the Tirolean mountains in the past, with its 37 perfectly preserved houses and other authentic buildings, while enjoying a superb view of the hilly landscape.
For those who love the Middle Ages, the castles of Ehrenberg are a must-see. Far from boring medieval castles, there is plenty of entertainment here for young and old, including a superb knightly show, and you can even put on a knight's armour.
Compulsory local tourist taxes are not included in your package and must be paid on the spot during your stay.