The perfect starting point for discovery tours

The ideal starting point of the holiday region TirolWest as the most important crossing point of the access roads to the Reschenpass, to the Arlberg, into the Paznaun and the Fernpass makes possible a multiplicity at interesting excursion destinations for families and culture lovers. That way you never get bored during your holidays in Tyrol.

Trauttmansdorff Castle (I)

Trauttmansdorff Castle (I)

Place: Meran/Merano

The most popular excursion destination in South Tyrol, located on the eastern outskirts of Merano.

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Castle Tarasp (CH)

Castle Tarasp (CH)

Place: Tarasp

Hardly any other castle dominates a landscape as striking as the mighty Tarasp Castle.

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Neuschwanstein (D)

Neuschwanstein (D)

Place: Hohenschwangau

Neuschwanstein Castle - the castle of the fairy tale king.

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Benedictine Abbey Marienberg (I)

Benedictine Abbey Marienberg (I)

Place: Mals

The monastery itself is not open to the public, only the museum (entrance fee) and the monastery church.

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Stams pin

Stams pin

Place: Stams

On the way to Innsbruck, about 40 km from Landeck, there is the Cistercian Abbey of Stams, founded in 1273 by Meinhard II. Today you will find here a museum, a monastery shop, a distillery and the Orangerie.

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Churburg (I)

Churburg (I)

Place: Schluderns/Sluderno

The Churburg can only be visited by guided tour - guided tours every 15 minutes, duration approx. 1 hour.

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Castle Tyrol (I)

Castle Tyrol (I)

Place: Tirol/Tirolo

Castle Tyrol is the ancestral castle of the Counts of Tyrol and eponymous for the land under Count Meinhard II.

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Knappenwelt Gurgltal

Knappenwelt Gurgltal

Place: Tarrenz

In the Knappenwelt in Tarrenz the separation of the ore mineral from the deaf rock, ie the processing of the ores, is represented in the first place. This is done on the basis of scaled-up and functional facilities, such as those that existed in the Alpine region in the 16th century.

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Tyrol panorama

Tyrol panorama

Place: Innsbruck

THE TIROL PANORAMA with Kaiserjägermuseum is Tyrol's most recent museum. At the heart of the Haus am Bergisel is the Innsbruck Riesenrundgemälde, which shows the Tyrolean freedom struggle of 1809 in a fascinating and breathtaking 360 degree view over 1000 m².

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Altfinstermünz

Altfinstermünz

Place: Pfunds

The border fortress Altfinstermünz in the eponymous Finstermünzschlucht.

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Ski Museum St. Anton am Arlberg

Ski Museum St. Anton am Arlberg

Place: St. Anton am Arlberg

The ski museum St. Anton am Arlberg provides impressions of the history of the town and the region. The focus is on the profound change that skiing has brought with it and the related tourism.

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Alpinarium Galtür

Alpinarium Galtür

Place: Galtür

The Alpinarium Galtür is an exhibition hall of the special "ART" and a central component of the 345 meter long and 19 meter high protective wall. The combination of protective wall and exhibition space makes the Alpinarium Galtür and its architecture unique in Europe.

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Alpine Zoo Innsbruck

Alpine Zoo Innsbruck

Place: Innsbruck

At the foot of the Nordkette, above the rooftops of Innsbruck, the provincial capital of Tyrol, is the alpine zoo, located at 750 m altitude.

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Hofkirche Innsbruck

Hofkirche Innsbruck

Place: Innsbruck

The Hofkirche with the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I is the most important monument in Tyrol and the grandest of all imperial tombs in Europe. The cenotaph is flanked by 28 larger-than-life bronze figures depicting the kinship of Emperor Maximilian I and his role models.

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