Hotels in Tyrol (971 results)
Hotels in Tyrol (971 results)
The clear and bracing mountain air of the Alps, skiing, hiking, homemade cheese specialties, yodeling, rustic alpine huts - all these things belong to Tyrol. It is not surprising that this picturesque holiday region is valued in the whole world. Here you can leave your stressful daily routine behind and fill yourself with fresh energy.
We have gathered the most essential and useful information for your next travel to Tyrol. Popular sights, the largest ski resorts, culinary specialties, events, hot and mineral springs, tips on how to get there, prices – everything you need to know for your wonderful stay in the Tyrol Alps.
The state Tyrol
Tyrol is a state in the west of Austria. With the total area of 12.640,17 square kilometers and a population of 751.140 people, Tyrol is the third largest state of Austria.
The capital is Innsbruck which is also the most populous city at the same time.
The state colors are red and white.
The coat of arms of Tyrol is the golden, crowned, and armed red eagle, displayed on a silver shield, with golden bangles on its wings, cloverleaves, and a green wreath.
Tyrol belongs to the temperate zones. Its inner Alpine mountain climate can also be characterized as subcontinental to some extent. This means warm summers, dry falls, and snowy winters. So, every time of the year is beautiful here.
Climate statistics of Tyrol
The climate in Tirol: Innsbruck (height: 574 m).
Tyrol climate: Kitzbühel (height: 762 m).
The highest mountains of Tyrol are:
Grossglockner (3.798 m): the highest mountain of Austria, is situated in the Hohe Tauern National Park, on the border of the states Tyrol and Carinthia.
Wildspitze (3.768 m) in the Ötztal Alps: the second highest mountain of Austria and the highest lying entirely in mountain in Tyrol.
Weißkugel (3.738 m): the third highest mountain in Austria, lies in the Ötztal Alps.
Großvenediger (3.657 m): comes in fifth place of the highest mountains in Austria and lies on the border of East Tyrol and Salzburg.
Tyrol is divided generally in 34 tourist regions, namely:
|Alpbachtal & Seenland||Pillersee Valley|
|Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal||Pitztal|
|Kufsteinerland||Hall - Wattens region|
|Hohe Salve holiday region||Seefeld|
|TirolWest holiday region||Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis|
|Imst holiday region||Silberregion Karwendel|
|Innsbruck & its holiday villages||St. Anton am Arlberg|
|Kitzbühel Tourismus||Tannheimer Tal|
|Kitzbühel Alps - Brixental||Tyrolean Oberland|
|Kitzbühel Alps - St. Johann in Tirol||Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena|
|Lechtal||Tux - Finkenberg|
|Nature Park Region of Reutte||Wildschönau|
|Ötztal Tourismus||Zell-Gerlos, Zillertal Arena|
Tyrol is worldwide popular for its multifarious ski areas. Over 80 ski resorts with ca. 3.000 piste kilometers fascinate skiers and snowboarders every year.
The largest are:
|Bergbahnen SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental|
|Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn|
|Silvretta Arena Ischgl|
|Winter- & Gletscherskigebiet Sölden|
Let us present to you the 3 largest ski areas of Tyrol.
Ski Arlberg is the largest interconnected skiing area in Austria and belongs to the five largest in the world.
The following regions belong to the skiing area Ski Arlberg:: St. Anton / St. Christoph / Stuben; Lech / Oberlech / Zürs; Warth-Schröcken; Sonnenkopf; Lechtal.
Appropriate for: advanced learners, beginners, families with children, snowboarders, freeriders, cross-country skiers.
🔹305 contiguous ski-downhill kilometers;
🔹88 state-of-the-art lifts and cable cars;
🔹more than 200 km deep snow runs;
🔹varied runs for beginners and professionals;
🔹one of the snowiest regions in the Alps;
🔹unique fun parks: stanton park, Funslope on Galzig in St. Anton, Snowpark Lech, Funslope Steffisalp & Skimovie in Warth.
Interactive map: https://www.skiarlberg.at/en/interactive-map
Track your skiing day and find three checkpoints in Zürs in the HALL of FAME, at the start and finish in Warth/Steffisalp and in St. Anton/Rendl. If you successfully complete the RUN of FAME in two days, you will get a present in the HALL of FAME!
Tips for a family vacation:
🔸 Hoppelweg: here children can learn the FIS rules with Hoppel the ski bunny and other denizens of the forest.
🔸 Kikiclub: varied weekly program for children at the St. Anton ski school.
🔸 Children's ski school St. Anton am Arlberg, where children playfully and with a lot of fun learn how to ski.
🔸 Kids club Lech, Zürs, and Oberlech.
🔸 Children’s ski school and Kinderland Salober-Schröcken with eight hectares of child-friendly adventure at "Pauli’s Abenteuerland".
Ski pass prices winter season 2020 / 2021
Prices are valid from 19.12.20 to 05.04.21
Children - born 2005 -2012
Youth - born 2001–2004 Seniors - born 1947–1956
Kids - born 2013 and younger
Seniors - born in 1946 and older
|Ski pass up to 15 h||26,50||26,50||26,50||-||-|
|½ to 12 h||45,00||27,00||40,50||-||-|
|1½ to 12 h||97,00||58,00||87,00||-||42,00|
SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser – Brixental
Appropriate for: advanced learners, beginners, families with children, athletic skiers, freeriders
The following places belong to the Skiwelt: Brixen im Thale; Ellmau; Going; Hopfgarten; Itter; Kelchsau; Scheffau; Söll; Westendorf.
🔹many family-friendly offers;
🔹284 kilometers of pistes;
🔹90 ski lifts and cable cars;
🔹more than 70 huts and restaurants;
🔹4 fun parks, 1 funslope area, skimovie runs and the ALPENIGLU® Village.
Tip: If you like skiing late in the night, the best choice will be the Skiwelt Söll - the largest night skiing region in Austria. When: Wednesday to Saturday, from 6:30 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.
Ski pass prices winter season 2020 / 2021
Low season (LS) 07.12. - 20.12.2019, 14.03. - 15.03.2020
Peak season (PS) 21.12.2019 - 13.03.2020
|until 12.00 p.m.||€ 36,00||€ 27,00||€ 18,00||€ 40,00||€ 30,00||€ 20,00|
|11-hours card||€ 45,00||€ 34,00||€ 22,50||€ 50,00||€ 37,50||€ 25,00|
|12-hours card||€ 39,50||€ 29,50||€ 20,00||€ 44,00||€ 33,00||€ 22,00|
|13-hours card||€ 34,00||€ 25,00||€ 17,00||€ 37,50||€ 28,00||€ 19,00|
|14-hours card||€ 26,50||€ 20,00||€ 13,50||€ 29,50||€ 22,00||€ 15,00|
|Day card||€ 50,00||€ 37,50||€ 25,00||€ 55,50||€ 41,50||€ 28,00|
|Combo Card 1 1/2 days from 12h||€ 81,50||€ 61,00||€ 41,00||€ 90,50||€ 68,00||€ 45,50|
|2-day card||€ 92,50||€ 69,50||€ 46,50||€ 109,00||€ 82,00||€ 54,50|
|Combo card 2 1/2 days from 12 h||€ 118,00||€ 88,50||€ 59,00||€ 139,00||€ 104,50||€ 69,50|
|3-day card||€ 132,50||€ 99,50||€ 66,50||€ 156,00||€ 117,00||€ 78,00|
|4-day card||€ 171,00||€ 128,00||€ 85,50||€ 201,00||€ 151,00||€ 100,50|
|5-day card||€ 205,50||€ 154,00||€ 102,50||€ 241,50||€ 181,00||€ 121,00|
|6-day card||€ 233,50||€ 175,00||€ 116,50||€ 274,50||€ 206,00||€ 137,50|
|7-day card||€ 261,00||€ 195,50||€ 130,50||€ 307,00||€ 230,50||€ 153,50|
Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
Appropriate for: après-ski fans, beginners, advanced learners, non-professional skiers, families with children, snowmobile riders, freeriders.
The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is made up of 5 ski regions: Leogang, Saalbach, Viehhofen, Hinterglemm, Fieberbrunn.
🔹 270 km of pistes with a new connection to Fieberbrunn;
🔹 the highest, ca. 1 km long treetop walkway in Europe - Baumzipfelweg by Saalbach-Hinterglemm;
🔹 the 7 km long valley run from Schattberg Ost to Vorderglemm;
🔹 top après-ski offers in Saalbach-Hinterglemm;
🔹 countless restaurants, good hotels and shopping possibilities in Saalbach.
🔸Leogang is a suitable travel destination for families. Here you will find varied winter sports offers with Leo’s Kinderland.
🔸Saalbach is the largest and vividest place with a lot of possibilities for freestylers as well as numerous après-ski bars.
🔸You will find idyllic peace in the small mountain village Viehhofen.
🔸In the car-free village Hinterglemm, you will enjoy the best après-ski possibilities, a night park for freestylers, a casino, a snowtubing run, floodlight pistes, and race tracks.
Fieberbrunn with its Easy-Park is a suitable travel destination for beginners.
Ski pass prices winter season 2019 / 2020
|Every Saturday||Power of Ten||Children and Youth under 19 years (born 2001 - 2013)||Day ski pass around € 10,-|
|04.04.2020 - 13.04.2020||Easter bonus||Children (born 2004 and later)||Children receive a free ski pass with simultaneous purchase of a 4-day ski pass for one parent|
|Winter 2019/20||Free miniAlpini Card||Kids (born 2014 and later)||Small children receive the miniAlpini Card and use it for free on all lifts|
|Winter 2019/20||Season ticket U25||all people (born 1994 - 2000)||U25 Ski Alpin Card: Advance booking € 515, - instead of € 590,- U25 Super Ski Card: Advance booking € 638,- instead of € 747,-|
|15.12.2019||Salzburg is skiing||all people from the federal state Sbg.||about 30 % discount for 1-day ski passes|
|12.01.2020||Salzburg is skiing||all people from the federal state Sbg||about 30 % discount for 1-day ski passes|
|12.02.2020||Salzburg is skiing||all people from the federal state Sbg||about 30 % discount for 1-day ski passes|
|15.03.2020||Salzburg is skiing||all people from the federal state Sbg||about 30 % discount for 1-day ski passes|
|Every Saturday||S-Pass||Adults up to 26 years (born 1993)||about 25 % discount for 1-day ski passes|
• Adults: 825,- Euro
• Youth (born between 2001 and 2003): 659,- Euro
• Children (born between 2004 and 2013): 413,- Euro
• Disabled people with disablement from 60 %: 659,--
• (Disability ID card required)
• Children born after 2014 get a FREE pass and do not need a card!
*With the Snow Card Tirol, you can use ski buses free according to the terms of the particular ski area. Tirol Snow Card is available at all SkiWelt ticket offices.
Operating times of the SkiWelt ticket offices:
|Ticket office||Season 2018-19|
|Brixen im Thale||08.00 - 16.30|
|Ellmau||08.00 - 16.30|
|Going||08.00 - 16.00|
|Hopfgarten||08.00 - 17.00|
|Itter||08.00 - 16.00|
|Kelchsau||08.00 - 16.30|
|Scheffau||08.00 - 16:00|
|Söll||08.00 - 17.00|
|Westendorf||08.00 - 17.00|
|Event||Where and when|
|FIS Nordic Ski Championships||Oberstdorf, Allgäu, 23.02. - 07.03.2021|
|FIS Hahnenkamm World Cup Races in Kitzbühel||Kitzbühel, 18. - 24. January 2021|
|FIS Ski World Cup Opening Sölden||Sölden, 23 - 25 October 2020|
|FIS Arlberg Kandahar Race||St. Anton am Arlberg, 09. und 10. January 2021|
|IBU World Cup Biathlon Hochfilzen||Hochfilzen, 10.12. - 13.12.2020|
|Four Hills Tournament — Innsbruck Bergisel Ski Jump||Innsbruck, 01.-03.01.2021|
|World Cup Bobsleigh & Skeleton||the exact date will be announced later|
|Freeride World Tour Fieberbrunn||Fieberbrunn, 08.03.2020|
Summer event calendar Tyrol
|Event||Where and when|
|PASSIONSSPIELE ST. MARGARETHEN||ST. MARGARETHEN, 05 June – 29 August 2021|
|Gauder Fest – the biggest traditional costume and spring festival in Austria||Zell am Ziller 30.04.2020 - 03.05.2020|
|Bergsommer Opening||Kitzbühel Alpen, Region St. Johann, 16 May to 20 June 2020|
|Kaiserwinkl Cheese Festival||Kössen im Kaiserwinkl, 23.05.2020|
|KitzAlpBike MTB Festival||Kitzbühel Alpen, Brixental 20.06.2020-27.06.2020|
|Golf Festival Kitzbühel||Golf courses around Kitzbühel, 21.06.2020 - 28.06.2020|
|Tiroler Festspiele Erl for all Wagnerians||Erl, 10.07.2020 - 18.07.2020|
|Nordkette Wetterleuchten – an electronic music festival||Seegrube Innsbruck, 18.07.2020-19.07.2020|
|Knödelfest St. Johann in Tirol||St. Johann in Tirol, 29.09.2020|
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
Kristallweltenstraße 1, 6112 Wattens. Tel: +43 5224 51080.
Opening hours: every day from 8.30 a.m. - 07.30 p.m. (July, August until 10.00 p.m.)
In the twinkling paradise of the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, you will see:
• a powerful giant, guarding the entry into the Crystal Worlds;
• a 7,5-hectare large garden landscape with multifarious attractions;
• a surreal Crystal Cloud made up of 800.000 handset crystals;
• a year-round open play tower for kids, where they can climb on a vertical net;
• the heart of the complex – The Giant’s 16 mystical Chambers of Wonder.
Tip: On January 18, 2019, the spectacular Light Festival starts. Here you can enjoy a wonderful light show and gorgeous installations.
Admission prices for Swarovski Crystal Worlds:
|Groups of 10 people and more||17,- Euro|
|Children 6 - 14 years accompanying by an adult||7,50 Euro|
|Experience together: 1 adult + 1 or 2 children (6 - 16 years)||24,50 Euro|
Tip: the store of the Swarovski Crystal Worlds as well as the Daniels Kristallwelten are free to enter! Special tickets are available at the ticket offices.
Suspension bridge Highline179
Burgenwelt Ehrenberg, Klause 1, A-6600 Reutte, Tyrol.Tel: 0043 5672 62007.
Opening hours: daily from 8:00 o’clock in the morning until 10:00 o’clock at night.
Highline179 is the longest suspension pedestrian bridge in Tibet style, which was included in the Guinness Book of Records. The bridge is 114 meters high and 406 meters long.
Adults (15 years and older) €8,00.
Children 4 – 14 years of age 5,00 Euro.
Groups of 20 people and more: Adults 7,00 Euro.
Tickets for adults are available directly at the bridge via ticket machines. Discounted tickets can be purchased in the ticket center.
Opening hours of the ticket center:
May-November 9:00 – 18:00 Uhr;
12.11.2018 – 14.12.2018 closed;
December-April 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr.
Besides the Highline 179, you can enjoy the following activities:
🔸 Burgenwelt Ehrenberg (Castle World);
🔸 Alpentherme: swimming world and sauna paradise;
🔸 Knight Tournaments Ehrenberg.
Weiherburggasse 37a, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria.
The Alpenzoo in Innsbruck belongs to the best zoos in the world.
🔹 more than four hectares of the land area;
🔹 situated at a height of 750 meters;
🔹 over 100 animal species;
🔹 working farm on premises for children;
🔹 playground and climbing wall.
🔸Adults: € 12,00 [€ 11,00];
🔸Students / seniors (with ID proof) € 9,50 [€ 8,50];
🔸Disabled adults (50 - 70%) € 6,00;
🔸Children (6 - 15 years) pupils (16-17 years with proof) € 6,00 [€ 5,50];
🔸Toddlers (4 - 5 years) € 2,50 [€ 2,00].
Tip: treat your kids to an exciting lesson in the zoo school at the Alpenzoo. It is recommended to arrange the date in advance.Monday - Friday: 8.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m., Monday - Thursday: 1.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. Tel: +43/ 512/ 29 23 23-16.
City tour deals in Tyrol
Bergisel Ski Jump
Bergiselweg 3, A-6020 Innsbruck, Tel: +43 512 589259.
The Bergisel ski jumping hill is one of the boldest structures ever created. The architect Zaha Hadid combined in her design a jumpi