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Tyrol’s Unique Towns

Countless Possibilities in the Surrounding Area

Kramsach and the Alpbachtal-Seenland region are located in close proximity to a number of significant towns that are definitely worth a visit. If you would truly like to get to know the region, we recommend a day trip to one of the nearby towns: take a walk through romantic alleyways, have a cup of coffee or get a drink at a local tavern or go shopping in some of Tyrol’s loveliest Alpine towns.

Innsbruck – Capital City of Tyrol

Innsbruck is located in the heart of Tyrol and is definitely worth a visit! Many sights, such as the Golden Roof, Annasäule, Hofburg, Ambras Castle, Wilten Basilica or the Bergisel ski jump make for an exciting trip and grant you a diverse view of the city of Innsbruck and its history.

Distance: 47 km by car: 30 min.

Rattenberg – Tyrol’s ‘Town of Glass’

Two things make the town of Rattenberg what it is: the lovely historical Old Town and the town’s glass making tradition. Don’t miss the chance to take a walk up the Schlossberg hill and visit the old castle ruins.

Distance: 2,5 km by car: 5 min.

Wörgl – Shopping City

Wörgl is a shopping paradise where old and new combine. In the centre of the town, old farmhouses stand next to modern multi-story buildings and throughout the town, stores and shopping centres can be found at every turn. Further highlights include the ‘WAVE’ water park and the ‘milestones’ that mark historic events throughout the streets of Wörgl.

Distance: 17 km by car: 20 min.

‘Silver Town’ Schwaz

The town of Schwaz is home to a host of historical and church-related sites, such as the belfry, the Franciscan monastery and Freundsberg Castle. The town’s best-known attraction, however, must be the Silver Mine, where visitors go underground to learn about the town’s exciting mining history.

Distance: 2,5 km by car: 5 min.

Kufstein – Town and Fortress

Countless visitors to the Alps and many history books have referred to Kufstein as Tyrol’s entrance gate. With a population of roughly 18,000, the district capital is located in the basin of the Inn river and marks the border between the Brandenberg Alps and the Kaiser Mountains. It gained a lot of attention and fame in the 1970s, when the famous local hit song “Die Perle Tirols” (‘The Pearl of Tyrol’) was written.

Distance: 30 km by car: 25 min.

Hall in Tirol

Hall has a beautiful old town that dates back to the 12th and 13th century and is located along the road, where salt and silver used to be transported centuries ago. Narrow alleyways, peculiar turrets, hidden courtyards and lovingly restored buildings define the townscape.

Distance: 40 km by car: 30 min.


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