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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.
Tyrol is the 3rd largest region in Austria and is divided into two parts: Eastern Tyrol and Northern Tyrol, with its capital, Innsbruck. Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Tyrol 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 Tyrolean 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.
Fieberbrunn is a fascinating little town around 110 km from Innsbruck Airport and is nestled in the heart of the Pillerseetal Valley, close to the Kitzbühel Alps. This location is one of the most beautiful areas of the Tyrolean Alps and is home to more than 400 km of marked hiking trails. Triassic Park is an amusement park dedicated to science and dinosaurs, an ideal place to spend a marvellous family day out. Children will be blown away by the big platform suspended in the air, the sandy ‘Triassic Beach’ with its water points, and they will be able to learn many things while having fun at the ‘Triassic Centre’.
Kitzbühel, whose name means ‘chamois hill’, is located around 97 km from Innsbruck Airport. Apart from being a famous ski resort known worldwide, Kitzbühel is a small haven of peace combining ancestral traditions and a more city-like lifestyle.
Many of the country’s ‘GaultMillau’ award-winning restaurants have taken their place in the surrounding area and will be able to satisfy the most discerning palates.
Those who love sport will also find something for them with more than 1,000 km of hiking trails suitable for all levels.
Enjoy a little window-shopping in the historic centre brimming with chic shops and boutiques.
Innsbruck is around 8 km from the airport. At 574 metres above sea level, Innsbruck is the 4th largest city in Austria and as much a city of sport as a city of culture, allowing you to spend an educational and active holiday. Set off to explore its old town, famous for its ‘Goldenes Dachl’ or ‘Little Golden Tower’ covered in 2,657 copper shingles gilded with fine gold, the majestic ‘Maria-Theresien-Straße’, and its imperial ‘Hofburg’ palace.
Shopping addicts will be delighted with this city brimming with many boutiques and shopping centres.
This city of culture has many museums, including the brand new Tirol Panorama Museum, from which you can enjoy a stunning view of the Bergisel ski-jumping hill. Finally, set out to conquer the high mountains and take the modern Nordkette cable car which will take you up to 2,000 metres in altitude in only 20 minutes!
Those who love music will find something to enjoy throughout the summer with festivals mixing more traditional music, dance music, and music from marching and brass bands. Enjoy an unforgettable culinary experience made using fresh, local produce. You absolutely have to try ‘Kaspressknödel’, the most well-known dish prepared with cheese balls and served in soup or with sauerkraut and salad.
The town of Neustift is located 26 km from Innsbruck Airport, at an altitude of 994 metres and at the foot of the ‘Stubaier’ glacier, the largest ski resort in Austria.
The mountain landscape is majestic here and ski lifts, such as the ‘Elfer’, will give you access to many starting points for hikes, mountain-bike trails and paragliding experiences
Take a break in the various mountain refuges such as the one at ‘Jochdohle’ or the ‘Franz-Senn-Hütte’, where you can enjoy a Wiener Schnitzel on the terrace at 3,150 metres above sea level.
Tourist tax must be paid locally during your stay.