Ischgl as a fashion center for après ski, Seefeld is a stronghold for cross-country skiers and the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck, with its rich cultural landscape: the top resorts of the Tyrol in winter almost always have a track skiing in front of the door, attracting vacationers with their events and attractions or are located in a fairytale mountain landscape.
Capital of Tyrol, it is located at 574 meters above sea level and combines in a special way the urban environment to the mountains and culture to sport.
Visit the idyllic Seefeld in Tyrol. This town, which has about 3,100 inhabitants, is located on the Seefeld plateau west of Innsbruck at an altitude of 1,180 meters.
Neustift im Stubaital is one of the most traditional ski resorts in the Tyrolean Alps. The village, with more than 4,500 inhabitants, stands at the foot of the Stubai Glacier at an altitude of 994 meters.
It is the main resort of the Osttiroler Oberland and is located on the border with the Italian Alto Adige: the Sillian township.
In Sölden an unforgettable ski holiday awaits you: with its 3,100 inhabitants, the famous Tyrolean resort rises in the upper Ötztal at an altitude of 1,368 meters.
LängenfeldFrom the simple countryside pool at the Aqua Dome. The inhabitants of Längenfeld have never been fools and already knew in the sixteenth century the beneficial effect of the thermal waters.
Who says cross-country skiing must also say Leutasch. The natives have always appreciated what makes the Leutaschtal valley, which extends along the Wettersteingebirge mountains, which is also attractive to guests.
Explore Tux and the magnificent surrounding area, the snow-capped mountains will surprise you with countless sporting activities. With just 2,000 inhabitants, this town is located in the upper Tuxertal at an altitude of 1,281 meters.
Castellani proud in Val Pusteria: the castle of Heinfels dominates sublime above the village of Osttirol to which it gave its name.
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