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attractions Tyrol

Attractions in Tyrol for summer

These wonderful landscapes as well as the hospitality owe this region its uniqueness.

As a change to the hours in the nature, you can enter the mysterious Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens (about 21 km), go to the shopping and exploring tour in the Tyrol's capital Innsbruck (about 34 km) or a trip to Kufstein with its imposing Fortress (about 33 km). Of course, you can also just take a relaxing stroll through the tranquil Vordere Zillertal, and here and there invite you to look, linger and enjoy.

Highlights from Region Fügen - Kaltenbach

Flanked by the Kitzbühel Alps in the east and the Tux Alps! Sun-drenched villages and aromatic hay milk cheese: flanked by the Kitzbühel Alps in the east and the Tux Alps in the west, the Zillertal branches off from the Inn valley to the south.

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Highlights from Region Zell - Gerlos Zillertal Arena

Farmers markets, old folk festivals and the largest ski resort in the region: Surrounded by the mountains of the Zillertal and Tux Alps, the holiday region of Zell-Gerlos is located in the rear Zillertal.

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Highlights from Tux-Finkenberg-Mayrhofen region

At the end of the Zillertal, where the peaks of the Tux Alps and the Zillertal Alps reach over 3000m into the sky, lies the Tux-Finkenberg holiday region. Its two municipalities, Tux and Finkenberg, are situated in the Tuxertal Valley, a 13km long side valley branching off the Zillertal Valley to the south-west near Mayrhofen.

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Highlights from the region of Innsbruck and surroundings

With its 127,000 inhabitants, Innsbruck is considered the capital of the Alps par excellence. The landscape of the Tyrolean state capital is characterized by its location in the broad Inn valley, between the strikingly towering north chain of the Karwendel mountain range and the Stubai and Tux Alps in the south.

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