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    4 things to do on a rainy day in Central Tyrol

    rainy day, Tyrol, Austria

    These are just a few of the suggestions we have for you. Tyrol is much, much more than ski resorts or hiking holidays. Moreover, if the weather isn’t the best, there are plenty of activities to keep most happy and busy for a day or three. We went out to see what there is to […]

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    Dachstein Skywalk

    Dachstein Skywalk, Styria, Austria

    Not only one, but two spectacular viewing platforms that literally sends you over the edge. At 2700 metres (8858 ft) above sea-level, the views of the surrounding valleys and mountains from the Dachstein Skywalk, is simply breath-taking. Suspension The suspension bridge that takes you from the cable car station, with only a vertical wall below […]

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    Family fun in Seefeld

    Hiking in the Alps is one of the most popular activities in Tyrol during the summer months. Enjoying stunning views and a day on the mountain does not necessarily, mean you need climbing gear and a marathon runner’s stamina. There are places perfect for family outings as well. Family fun There are several places where […]

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    8 fantastic viewpoints in Austria

    fantastic viewpoints in Austria

    Austria is dominated by the Alps with almost 70 % of the country above 500 metres (1,640 ft). Except for some flat areas in the eastern most state of Burgenland, even the regions not directly in the Alps are not really flat. I’ve found some stunning views in the gently rolling hills of south-east Styria, in […]

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    Springtime on the Mostviertel Panorama Road

    Mostveiertel, Lower Austria, Austria

    The Mostviertel region in the south-eastern part of Lower Austria, offers a wide range of activities and is an all-year travel destination. Notwithstanding, I especially love travelling in the region early springtime. Mostviertel is a great place to hike, but if you are visiting only for a few days I recommend driving. Pear tree blossom […]

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    Innsbruck – The capital of the Alps

    Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria

    Innsbruck, the capital of Tirol, Austria spreads out in the Inn Valley where the river Inn makes a bend north, before continuing east. In the midst of the most alpine state of Austria, the city’s 130.000 inhabitants enjoy a thriving city and all year outdoor adventures. Underrated Although the city is smack in the middle […]

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    Tractor trip into the Alps

    tractor trip, Seefeld, Tyrol, Austria

    t the recommendation of the local tourist office, we headed 10 kms out of Seefeld to the village of Scharnitz. We were booked on an excursion into the stunning Karwendel mountains by tractor. Yes, you read it right. No fancy 4×4 nor luxurious hoarse carriage, but on a trailer drawn by an agricultural tractor. Don’t […]

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