Tyrol – sights
According to animalerts.com, Tyrol has long been a popular region for Vacationers and hikers. The beautiful ones. Staged adventure worlds take place both inside and outside of the site. The adventure museum really offers a lot for its visitors. You can even try on armor, pick up real swords and landscapes, the friendly people and the good food are what make Tyrol, the sights make it unique.
The castle world Ehrenberg
Knights to touch can be found in the castle world Ehrenberg. Here is the E rlebnismuseum “The knight on the track” children can take part in a rally and are then knighted as well. You can also take part in the search for the head of the castle. This leads the seeker to Schlosskopf show fortress, which has a unique viewing platform.
Tyrol, the excursion destination
Those who do not want to go on holiday directly in Tyrol can convince themselves of the attractiveness of the region on an excursion. The interesting Tyrolean villages and the shopping town of Landeck are definitely worth the trip. If you want to get a first overview, you can look at the surroundings on the panoramic mountain.
The gorge and the Tyrolean nature park are also popular excursion destinations and should therefore not be ignored. Landeck Castle Anyone who wants to get to know and experience the eventful history of the Tyrolean Oberland has come to the right place at Landeck Castle. The museum, the gallery and the event center invite you to explore. The Via Claudia Augusta Archaeological Museum You can discover and experience interesting finds from the Bronze and Hallstatt Ages in the Via Claudia Augusta Archaeological Museum and Documentation Center in Fliess.
All finds from the Tyrolean section of the 2,000-year-old Kaiserstraße can be viewed here. The special thing about this place is that you can reach it on foot and hike through the beautiful landscapes or ride a bike.
Landeck is pure culture
Anyone who is already in Landeck should definitely see the famous Gothic parish church and the Walchhaus. The Burschl Church from 1650 is also worth a visit. If you get an appetite, you can fortify yourself with regional delicacies at the Landecker Fresh Market (every Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.).
Experience Zams, Fließ and other things
In Zams there is the parish church with a free-standing church tower. The Kronburg castle ruins are also popular with visitors.
The Biedenegg Castle, the Barbarakirche and the Maaskirche are located in Fliess.
In Stanz no eye stays dry and hardly a visitor stays sober, because Stanz is the first distillery village in Austria. Believe it or not, there are 64 distilleries in 105 households! There are also the Schrofenstein ruins and the house where Jakob Prandtauer was born, who built the Melk Abbey.
In the village of Grins, as in Stanz, it’s all about enjoyment. The parish church in Rococo style, the Roman bridge and the Florian chapel are worth seeing.
The medicinal and thermal water springs are particularly popular here, which are visited by thousands of visitors every year.
Innsbruck in Tyrol
Things worth knowing about Innsbruck
Innsbruck is the capital of the Austrian state of Tyrol. The city is located in the Innta l directly on the Brenner, the worldwide is known. The city is bordered by the northern chain of the Karwendel Mountains in the north and the foothills of the Alpine central chain in the south. The Austrian city has an area of 104.91 square kilometers and is the homeland for around 223,000 people.
The Austrian city can look back on a long history. The current area of the city was settled by the Romans in the fourth century. Innsbruck has experienced steady growth over the past centuries, due to the ideally located transport routes. These were also beneficial for trading.
Visitors to the city of Innsbruck will be delighted as there are a lot of sights to explore here.
Wilten Abbey with its collegiate church: The monastery, founded in 1158, played an important role in the founding of the city,
Willner Basilica: The basilica was built in 1750 in the Rococo architectural style. Years later, after being destroyed, it was rebuilt in the Gothic style. The highlights of the church are the colorful ceiling frescoes and the miraculous image “Mary under the four pillars”.
Court Church: In the years 1553-1562 the church was built for Maximilian’s grave at the request of Emperor Ferdinand. This stunning tomb is lined with 28 larger than life bronze statues. Also by the church is the silver chapel, built in 1758, with its world-famous organ.
St. Jakob Cathedral: The baroque-style building from 1717 hides a magnificent pulpit and a beautifully interlocked vaulted ceiling Anna column (Maria-Theresien-Straße) behind its walls
: The Anna column, crowned with a statue of the Madonna, was donated by the state of Tyrol and is intended to commemorate the departure of the Bavarian soldiers on Anna’s day.
Grassmayer bell foundry: The Grassmayer bell foundry has been an active family company with an attached bell museum for more than four hundred years.
Golden Roof: The magnificent oriel, which was built around 1500 and covered with 2,657 gold-plated copper shingles, can be seen from afar. This Innsbruck landmark is unique in all of Europe.
Helbilinghaus: The late Gothic Helbingshaus is located in the old town of Innsbruck. It was built in the eighteenth century and adorned with splendid rococo stucco.
Hofburg: The Hofburg was built in 1754, and numerous ancient paintings are on display in the grandiose giant hall of the castle.
State Theater: The location of the theater has remained the same since 1780 until today. In 1846 the theater was rebuilt in the style of a late classical temple.
Ohoburg: The Ohoburg is a residential tower built around 1500 that forms part of the former city wall. Today there is a restaurant in the old worthy tower, in front of the door of which there is a bronze statue of a freedom fighter from Tyrol with his son.
Historic town hall with city tower: In the middle of the old town of Innsbruck stands the historic town hall from 1450, as well as the 57 meter high tower. Every visitor gets an incredibly beautiful panoramic view of Insbruck from this tower.
Hofgarten: This park on the edge of Innsbruck’s old town is six hundred years old and a listed building. Over the past few years, the park has seen a wide variety of designs.
Rapoldipark: The city park was named after the Tyrolean journalist and politician Martin Rapoldi.
Innsbruck Alpine Zoo: The highest zoo in Europe (750 m high) with an area of 4.1 hectares is the Innsbruck Alpine Zoo. The zoo, which was founded on September 22nd, 1962, made a very special name for itself through the reintroduction of endangered animal species that became extinct in Tyrol. Among them are the bald ibises, ibex and bearded vultures.