Kitzbühel, otherwise known as the ‚Chamois City‘ and otherwise known as a world famous winter residence.
Definitely worth a visit during your holiday.
The ‚Hahnenkamm‘ downhill ski race is the annual highlight of the world cup.
Innsbruck’s central location makes it easy to get to from Itter.
Magnificent monuments and modern architecture characterise the state’s capital city.
Home of the Winter Olympic Games twice.
Experience history in the buildings lining tiny cobble stone lanes, paintings, fountains and churches alongside the modern shopping and cultural city.
The town’s landmark is the Kufstein Fortress.
A world of experience for the whole family!
Ice and Stalactite Caves
When it gets too hot in the valley, visit the cool ice and stalactite caves up on the Hundsalm.
A moderate day hike to the entrance of the caves, above the Angerberg and Mariastein villages.
Pilgrim Church Mariastein
This chapel of grace is unique, the 42 m high tower invites you to climb to enjoy the view.
Accessed via a spiral staircase.
Swarovski Kristallwelten (Crystal World)
The realm of the giant hosts a rich collection of precious items housed in 17 Chambers of Wonder. Visitors are surprised, touched and amazed. The Swarovski Kristallwelten is an ideal day trip regardless of the weather.
The playground in the gardens gives children the opportunity to play and parents to relax.
The Swarovski Kristallwelten is a partner of the Kitzbüheler Alpen Sommer Card. Present your card for a reduction on entry fee.
The Schwaz Silver Mine
The Schwaz Silver Mine is the largest mine of the late middle ages.
Discover breathtaking insights into times gone by.
An ideal day trip regardless of the weather, down the mine is a constant 12 degrees celsius.