Tyrol is an Alpine province in the west of Austria which is famous for many traditional customs and of course, the sensational scenery and outdoor activities of the Alps!
Expect scenic winter panoramas reminiscent of a traditional Christmas card – picturesque villages nestled in snow-covered valleys below impressive snow-covered mountain peaks. Tyrol offers natural beauty in all seasons and a wonderful variety of outstanding indoor and outdoor activities which include a long list of snow sports in the Tyrol Austria ski resorts. If you choose an Austrian Alps summer holiday you can expect to find verdant green valleys surrounded by snow-capped Alpine peaks which can be explored on foot or by scenic cable-car.
The capital city of Tyrol Austria


In the capital city of the Austrian Tyrol several gems are hidden. In charming cobbled alleys next to the Golden Roof and the historic City Tower you can discover cozy cafes, fascinating museums, delectable restaurants and modern galleries where you can soak up the unique Innsbruck Austria Tyrolean atmosphere. Stop by the impressive baroque Court Church and the ancient (1500’s) Hofburg castle. Enjoy the amazing view at the river side of the Inn, where stunning mountain vistas surround you in all directions.

From the city center into the mountains in a few minutes!

You can hop aboard a cable car (right in the city center) to quickly get up to the Tyrol Austria ski resorts and mountains; stop in at the restaurant at the Seegrube Cable Station for gluwein and great views or hit the slopes at the Nordkette Ski Resort.
If you prefer more quiet places it is easy to get out of the city into pure nature and startlingly beautiful rural areas. A lot of valleys like Ötztal, Stubaital or Zillertal make it possible to access nature quickly and the Tyrol Austria weather makes visiting possible all year round. In short, the Austrian Tyrol is the perfect starting point for a trip into the mountains, to see the highest peaks, breathtaking waterfalls or a crystal-clear lake like the Achensee.
In winter the scenery is postcard-perfect! Covered in snow, everything looks calm and quiet. But not for ski-enthusiasts! In the Tyrol ski resort regions like Zillertal, Alpbach or Wildschönau outdoor-enthusiasts’ hearts will beat faster as they anticipate another day of perfect conditions for amazing skiing on the Austrian white gold.
For the very best view in either summer or winter, you can take to the skies on our Exclusive Up in the Air Tour, where you will get the perfect aerial perspective as you soar above the Alps like a bird.

Medieval cities and traditional villages in Tyrol

In addition to all the sights in Innsbruck and the surrounding Austria Tyrol mountains you should also make the time to visit some other historic cities and villages, starting with the historic city of Hall which is located close to the capital. 700 years ago, Hall was the most important city in Tyrol Austria and walking though the town is like taking a step back in time to the medieval era. The Silver Mine in Schwaz and the Old City of Rattenberg are also must-see highlights in Tyrol Austria. Did you know that the origins of the Swarovski crystals are in Tyrol? In Wattens to be precise, where you can visit the Swarovski Crystal World museum and shop.


Swarovski Kristallwelten

Flower Festival Ebbs

Welcome to a wonderful Tyrolean tour which will include attending the famous Festival of Flowers in Ebbs, a scenic cruise on one of Austria’s beautiful lakes and visits to several historic and cultural towns and villages.
Innsbruck with Mountains

Tyrol Azur

Our popular Tyrol Azur tour has been designed to introduce visitors to some of the scenic highlights of the Inntal Valley and the beautiful Achensee (Achen Lake). You will be travelling through some of the best mountain and valley.