Village of the Mills in Gschnitz
Discover what life was like in the mountains 100 years ago. In the living mill village you can experience old crafts at first hand. Water-powered mills, a smithy and various craft workshops offer highlights for the whole family.
The largest tunnel construction project in Europe can be discovered with free admission. The Brenner Base Tunnel can be discovered technically and playfully in 7 different adventure worlds and is worth an excursion for young and old, for explorers and experts.
Top of Tyrol at the Stubaier glacier
Named one of the "10 most beautiful viewing platforms in the world" by GEO magazine, this mountain trip is a MUST - not only for all high-altitude fans. At 3210m above sea level, you can look out over 109 three-thousand-metre-high mountains from the Stubai Alps to the Dolomites. Very easy to reach with the Stubai Glacier gondola.
Swarowski Cristal world
The Swarovski Crystal Worlds are one of the top sights in Austria and delight visitors from all over the world. The "Crystal Museum" designed by Andrè Heller not only makes children's eyes sparkle. In addition to permanent and temporary exhibitions, the largest and smallest crystals in the world can also be admired.
Well-known among ski jumping fans as a stopover for the annual Four Hills Tournament, it is a year-round visitor highlight in Tyrol. Be impressed by the unique architecture of the jumping tower and enjoy the impressive view over the city of Innsbruck in the Sky restaurant.
In the middle of the city and yet surrounded by majestic mountains - what capital city can claim that. Our provincial capital Innsbruck is only half an hour by car. Whether it's historic sights like the Golden Roof or the Hofburg, a shopping tour or a café in the old town to enjoy the flair.