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Holiday in Tyrol

Magnificent glacier worlds

Fascinating alpine region. Warm joie de vivre. Lively traditions. All this makes a holiday in Tyrol something special.

“Grüß Gott” here in Tyrol – in the heart of the Alps – surrounded by breathtaking three-thousand-metre mountains with striking peaks and spectacular glacier worlds! From the Arlberg to Innsbruck and Kitzbühel to East Tyrol – this province guarantees a holiday with relaxation in every season.

Vom Feinsten – relax and enjoy

Fascinating alpine region

Tyrol is a true paradise for skiing and hiking! Not only does the hearts of active holidaymakers beat faster, but also those seeking relaxation or loving nature enjoy the deep blue lakes, the rustling forests and the diverse flora.

Those interested in culture can experience traditional folk customs, which are still lovingly kept alive, at first hand. From the carnival at the beginning of spring to the Almabtrieb in autumn, you can experience cultural traditions at any time of year in Tyrol.

Gourmets enjoy delicious regional delicacies such as Tyrolean Speckknödeln, Tyrolean Gröstl or Schlutzkrapfen.

Skiing holiday in Tyrol

Tyrol offers winter sports enthusiasts the best conditions and guaranteed snow for skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and many other winter sports activities. Enchanting mountains covered in deep snow, clear winter air and sunshine are a true experience on a winter holiday in Tyrol. Winter sports fans not only enjoy watching the Hahnenkamm race in Kitzbühel, they can even make a dream come true by conquering the Streif themselves.

Active holiday in Tyrol

Summer in Tyrol also has a lot in store for an active holiday. The mountains that are skied in winter can be discovered in a whole new way in summer when hiking, biking or climbing. Lush green meadows, the sound of cowbells ringing on the alpine pastures and spectacular mountain peaks make Tyrol one of the most popular holiday destinations in Austria. Numerous lakes and clear mountain streams provide refreshment during a summer holiday in Tyrol.