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Tirol

Tirol attracts people from all over the world to get the best out of both worlds - the urban sophistication of a city and a spectacular Alpine playground.
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Hotels in Tirol

Tirol, ‘The Land in the Mountains’ attracts travelers from around the globe. Rugged peaks, rolling Alpine pastures, picturesque valleys, spectacular glaciers all make for the stunning scenic beauty of Tirol.  Its friendly people, a long history in hospitality and a great infrastructure make Tirol a truly unique destination.

The overwhelming beauty of Austria’s third largest province is spectacular. One of Tirol's biggest claims to fame are its 500 mountain peaks that rise more than 3,000 meters (9800 feet) above sea level. These sky-scraping peaks and awe-inspring mountain ranges dominate the Alpine landscape of Tirol’s five main regions: Außerfern, Oberland and Unterland, Innsbruck and East Tirol. Tirol has a total area of 12,648 km2 (4,883.4 square miles), of which only some 1,580 km2 (610 square miles) are inhabitable due to the country’s mountainous terrain. More than a quarter of the provincial area is a nature reserve.

Tirol has a population of over 700,000 (living in 279 communities, eleven of which are towns). Tirol's largest city is its capital, Innsbruck, which is located near the geographic center of the province. People come from all over the world to explore the mountains surrounding Innsbruck, and here they get the best of both worlds—the urban sophistication of a historic city and an Alpine playground that begins where the sidewalks end.
 

Experiences in Tirol

Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Tyrol © Innsbruck Tourism Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Tyrol © Innsbruck Tourism

Swarovski Kristallwelten

Twenty minutes outside Innsbruck, amid the mystical mountains of Tirol, a fairy tale world of shimmering crystal awaits.
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Ambras Castle in Innsbruck © Tirol Werbung Ambras Castle in Innsbruck © Tirol Werbung

Top 10 Tirol Highlights

Tirol is famous for its magnificent landscapes, majestic peaks and natural wonders. Here is a list of 10 sights not to miss.
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Ostermarkt © Innsbruck Tourismus Ostermarkt © Innsbruck Tourismus

Easter Markets in Tirol

Visit Innsbruck Easter Market and nearby Hall and Kufstein, plus don't miss the Easter Festival Tirol.
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Enjoy a great view from the 360 degree bar in Innsbruck © Innsbruck Tourismus Enjoy a great view from the 360 degree bar in Innsbruck © Innsbruck Tourismus

Tirol: Architectural Highlights

Tirol and its capital Innsbruck boast a number of unexpected architectural highlights by great international architects.
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Hahnenkamm in Kitzbühel © Kitzbühel Tourismus Hahnenkamm in Kitzbühel © Kitzbühel Tourismus

Best Scenic Hikes in Tirol

Take in some of Tirol's most awe inspiring mountain scenery during your hiking vacation.
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Sonnenaufgang Großarltal © www.grossarltal.info Sonnenaufgang Großarltal © www.grossarltal.info

Wintersports packages

Looking for the perfect winter getaway to Austria? Join one of the many Lindenmeyr Travel packages to some of Austria's winter sports resorts.
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View of Kitzbühel © Medialounge View of Kitzbühel © Medialounge

3 Tirolean Towns Not to Miss

Majestic mountains, picturesque valleys, rolling Alpine pastures, stunning mountain views dominate Tirol's towns.
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Wein am Berg © Rudi Wyhlidal Wein am Berg © Rudi Wyhlidal

Sölden’s Top Culinary Event

Once a year at the beginning of May, Austria’s best chefs and the top vintners from the Burgenland meet in Sölden to provide an extraordinary culinary experience amid the majestic peaks of the Ötz Valley.
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