Winter (miracles) in Tyrol. The cold season is as multifaceted as any other season. The Glungezer ski area with perfectly groomed kilometres of pistes. Within a radius of less than half an hour's drive there are 9 skiing areas with a total of 192 kilometres of pistes. Tobogganing, snowshoeing, ice sports, cross-country skiing, bobsleigh rafting.
The possibilities are endless. And apart from the snow sports? The most beautiful Christmas markets, carnival traditions, culture, cities, wellness temples. Then put your feet up, take a breather, switch off. Simply let your soul dangle at the sight of dreamlike mountain landscapes covered in deep snow.
Hall in Tyrol is one of the most beautiful cities in Tyrol. The old town of Hall with Hasegg Castle, the Mint Tower, the Mint Museum and the Mining Museum is characterized by medieval charm. In the restored old town of Hall it is wonderful to stroll, shop and feast. In addition, the city of Hall offers numerous cultural events throughout the year.
Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is small enough that almost everything can be done on foot. Innsbruck's landmark: The "Golden Roof" in the centre of the historic old town. The lively boulevard Maria-Theresien-Strasse is a great place for shopping. An insider tip is the Wiltener Platzl with its splendid Wilhelminian style houses, old handicrafts, original gastronomy and Saturday farmers' market. Treat yourself to a green break in the Hofgarten. The Imperial Hofburg, the Hofkirche and Ambras Castle with the oldest museum in the world are a must-see.
The market town of Wattens in the Lower Inn Valley is characterised by the great Swarovski family of entrepreneurs. The Chambers of Wonder of the Swarovski Crystal Worlds are a world of experience designed by André Heller on behalf of the crystal glass manufacturer Swarovski, including a park, art museum, shop and restaurant. The Crystal Worlds take you into the wonderful world of cut crystals. Also worth a visit is Austria's only typewriter museum in the historic old town of Wattens. The Tyrolean Fairytale Dream Worlds enchant fairytale lovers every summer. The open-air museum Wattener Himmelreich shows excavations of a settlement from prehistoric times and can be visited all year round.
Hwest Hall is surrounded by the Karwendel Nature Park, Patscherkofel ski area and Glungezer Tux Alps ski area. Tyrol is a paradise for winter sports fans: more than 80 ski areas with a total of around 3,000 kilometres of slopes inspire skiers and snowboarders. Around 4,000 km of well-prepared cross-country trails are available for cross-country skiers. Fairytale snow-covered forests and a wide view of the Tyrolean mountains offer numerous routes for winter hikes and snowshoe hikes. More than 750 kilometres of toboggan runs offer tobogganing fun for young and old. Under the umbrella brand Advent in Tyrol, the Advent and Christmas season in Hall in Tyrol and Innsbruck is something special.