Tyrol is full of cultural treasures and historical beauties. Tradition and modern art, emperors and freedom fighters, farmers and sovereigns left their traces. So many places to discover .... 


Hall in Tirol

Hall is a secret treasure and a MUST of your discovery of the Tyrol. The Old Town of Hall is one of the world' s largest preserved ensembles of historical buildings. 

In 1303 Duke Otto granted the town charter to Hall, demonstrating the importance of the town, as right here salt was turned into gold. 10 million tons of salt were mined in the Hall valley, which were then transported along the river Inn. The old station was right beside the Gasthof Badl and ships had to stop in Hall by law. 


Burg Hasegg/ Münze Hall
Rathaus Hall


Innsbruck, the capital of the alps      

Enjoy unforgettable moments in Innsbruck, a city that combines impressive mountains with vibrant city life. Medieval alleys snake through the old town, while modern design meets history. Recharge your batteries on the northern range, follow Maria Theresia' s footsteps or just enjoy the Alpine-urban energy of the city.

Here you find an interactive citymap of Innsbruck.

Do not miss the following sights like the Hofkirche, Schloss Ambras, Volkskunstmuseum and many more....

Innsbruck sights


Swarovski Kristallwelten

A new era of wonder - the SWAROVSKI CRISTAL WORLDS

The chambers of wonder have fascinated the public for 20 years. You meet contemporary art, ancient history, inspiration and energy, a place of cleverness and esthetics and so full of phantasy and beauty.... 


Silberregion Karwendel 

Churches, castles and museums – a cultural journey through the Silberregion 
Bored? Just want to have a day off and do a bit of sport? Then there’s only one thing for it: hunt out something from the numerous sights which the Silberregion has to offer A propos ‘Art & Culture’, Silberregion Karwendel has lots to offer. After all the Silberstadt Schwaz was the second largest town in Austria during its heyday in the Middle Ages. Silver mining brought importance and wealth, and with it an abundance of culturally significant credentials of this fruitful time. With thousands of visitors each year the silver mine itself, and also Schloss Tratzberg in Jenbach, show that the Silberregion is a real crowd puller. 

Region Alpbachtal

With just 400 inhabitants Rattenberg is Austria´s smallest town and is well known for glass craft. The medieval pedestrian zone is dominated by the unique artistic displays of glass in the numerous shops. 


Alpbach - Austria’s Most Beautiful Village

At 1000 m above sea level time seems to have stood still in the mountain village of Alpbach. Some say it was love at first sight. The beautiful farmhouses, all built in the traditional wooden building style are bound to make hearts melt. The village (without through traffic) was awarded the title „Austria’s Most Beautiful Village“ and „ Europe´s most beautiful flower village"!