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Out and About

Swarovski Crystal Worlds


The Swarovski Crystal Worlds opened their doors on the occasion of the company's hundredth anniversary. To this day, they have given moments of pure magic to more than ten million visitors from all over the world. The multimedia artist André Heller designed 14 subterranean cabinets of wonder dedicated to a wide variety of artistic interpretations on the subject of crystal. The result is a true cosmos of discoveries. This is a place that you will never experience the same twice.

The Schwaz Silver Mine


The "mother of all mines" promises you an exciting trip into the history of Europe. The largest silver mine of the Middle Ages is THE sight worth seeing in Tyrol and can be visited every day until November 16.

Alpenzoo Innsbruck



Open daily!
9.00 to 18.00 (April to October)
9.00 to 17.00 (November to March)


A visit to the ALPENZOO is a special treat no matter what time of year! Nearly all the animals can also be seen in the wintertime, for only the marmots, the reptiles and amphibians sleep through the cold season. The time between April and June is when most of the young are born at the zoo, for example ibex, chamois and deer. From early March, many of the bird species have their courtship and are busy building their nests.


Alpin Coaster Imst



The Alpine Coaster in Hoch-Imst is a family-friendly attraction that is sure to delight visitors of all ages. After the first ride on Tyrol's most spectacular summer toboggan run one thing will be sure: You too are hooked!
(Open also in winter)

Achensee Railway



The Achensee cog steam railway, since 1889

Whistling, hissing and wheezing the Achensee railway, with the world's oldest cog steam locomotives, climbs the steep hill towards the Achensee, Tyrol's largest mountain lake. The concession for the construction of the cog railway was granted by Emperor Franz Josef, and since 1889 the Achensee railway has transported summer visitors and day trippers from Jenbach to the Seespitz steamer landing on the lake's southern shore. The construction itself was a true pioneering feat and not everyone at the time was keen on the "new-fangled train." Today, the 180-horsepower engines with their venerable charm please not just die-hard railway enthusiasts when, stamping and steaming, they work their way up the nearly seven kilometres, at a maximum incline of 160 per thousand. The nostalgic and romantic ride in the open car, past fragrant wild flower meadows and through shady woods, which takes some 45 minutes, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the silver band of the River Inn.

Tratzberg Castle


Our highly original adventure tour, that takes visitors through Tratzberg's 500-year history with the help of an entertaining and exciting audio play, is available in the following languages: German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Hungarian and Japanese.

Museum of Tyrolean Farms




Come and explore the farmsteads with their charming details, impressive monuments to a vanished culture. Also to be seen are a large variety of outbuildings, such as a saw mill, flour mill, forge, threshing floor, or the two chapels which, like all the other buildings, have been taken apart with great care and reassembled here in the museum grounds.

Erlebnistherme Zillertal



An adventure for everyone!

The Erlebnistherme Zillertal in Fügen provides attractions for all tastes and ages. Whether it's the paddling pool, including slide, for the little ones, or more thrilling action for the more advanced in age on the two water slides. Experience the NEW, spectacular 134-metre tyre and tube slide.

However, the Erlebnistherme also has a lot to offer to those looking for wellness and relaxation. Unwind in our chill-out rooms and enjoy the wonderful views of the mountains of the Zillertal.
And there's much, much more! We are happy to provide you with more information.