Famous day trips
Innsbruck has been host of the Winter Olympics two times and is home of several of Tirol's most interesting sights - historical City Center with Golden Roof, Maria-Theresien-street, Triumpfpforte, Hungerburg, Bergiselschanze and many more.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Wattens
Swarovski Crystal Worlds - that is the name of the theme park created by the Austrian artist André Heller in honor of the Swarovski company's 100-years anniversary in 1995.
Silver mine Schwaz and silver town Schwaz
The "mother of all mines" promises an exciting trip through the history of Europe. After a 800 metres deep entry into the mine an extraordinary adventure awaits you. Follow the trails of the miners, who delivered silver and copper for over 500 years and get taken away into a time when the earth was still a disk.
Museum of Tyrolean Farm Houses, Kramsach
Many dedicated employees and helpers have succeeded in transferring 14 farms from various valleys in Tyrol to the farmhouse museum and carefully integrating them into the new surroundings.
The documentation of rural culture, which has shaped the face of this country and which has been threatened by great economic changes, is the objective of this museum. Traditional farming practices, architecture, equipment, and fences show ways of life that have been largely suppressed and gradually forgotten.
6 mountain adventure worlds at the Wilder Kaiser mountain
There is so much to discover within the Kitzbüheler Alps: pastures, meadows, woods and streams...Mountain adventure parks draw you into new and exciting worlds: indian reservations, magic forestsand biology labs... The Kitzbüheler Alpen mountain adventure parks are great fun for the whole family!
Großglockner & Großglockner alpine road
The pyramid-shaped Grossglockner is located right behind the slightly smaller Kleinglockner (3,770 m), separated by a saddle-like formation known as the Glocknerscharte. The first ascent was in 1800 but victory and defeat accompanied other expeditions. The Pallavicini Trough is named after Margrave Alfred Pallavicini, who met his death on the Glockner in 1886.
With their impressive waterfall drop of 380 m the Krimml Waterfalls are the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. With approx. 350,000 visitors each year they are one of the most visited tourist features in Austria. A hiking trail built by the Austrian Alpine Association (OeAV) makes it possible to get very close to this breathtaking nature spectacle, affording sensational views.
The Mozart city, with numerous famous churches and museums in between the Monk and Kapuziner mountain.