Excursion destinations in Tyrol and Salzburg
within a radius of 100 km
The Chamois Town of Kitzbühel (30 km)
Kitzbühel was formerly a city that lived from silver mining – but now Kitzbühel is known for its ski races (Hahnenkamm races) and its lovely old town. There is plenty to admire here, such as the Franciscan Abbey, the birthplace of the skier Toni Sailer, the fountain with the frolicking chamois, the Liebfrauenkirche Church (“Church of our Dear Lady”) and the unmistakeable town centre with its old buildings and gates.
The city of Wattens is located in the Tyrolean Unterland region and is primarily known for the Swarovski company. Each year, visitors come from all over the world to visit the Swarovski Crystal Worlds with its fascinating and glittering chambers, really worth a trip! Also notable is the only typewriter museum in Austria in Wattens, and the museum for industry and prehistory.
The Mozart City of Salzburg
The unique city of Salzburg inspires with a number of sights as well as immeasurable beauty – it has long been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most famous sights include the Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mozart's birth house, Hellbrunn Castle, the numerous museums, the Salzburg Zoo as well as Mirabell Castle with the famous Mirabell Gardens. Don't miss a day in the enchanting city of Salzburg.
Innsbruck is rich in history and inspires even when walking around, admire the old structures from the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism periods. Some of the most important sights are the “Golden Roof”, the Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle, St. Anne's Column, the Helbing House and the Palais Claudiana, the city tower and the famous Triumphal Gate.
Spas in the Region
Whether summer or winter – A day of wellness does the body and spirit good! Relaxation, recuperation and many feel-good moments are promised by a visit to the Rupertustherme in Bad Reichenhall (50 km) or in the Tauern Spa Kaprun (40 km).