Best Tyrol holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Tyrol
Ferienwohnung La-WurmSituated in Hart im Zillertal next to a forest, this spacious apartment features a 70 m² large terrace offering impressive views of the Ziller Valley and the surrounding mountains. The Spieljoch Cable Car is 8.4 km away. Free WiFi is available.Book now
Hotel HochederSituated at the beginning of a pedestrian zone, Hotel Hocheder features an own wellness area and offers rooms with a flat-screen cable TV. Typical Austrian dishes can be sampled at the on-site restaurant. The Gschwandtkopf Ski Area is only 400 metres away.Book now
Tyrol, the holiday region for the whole family, is situated in the Alps and stretches from Austria to northern Italy. The Austrian province of Tyrol comprises North and East Tyrol, while the Trentino-South Tyrol region consists of the Italian provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino. You can spend your holidays here all year round, because Tyrol attracts visitors with its great hiking and cycling trails, historic towns, picturesque villages, secluded alpine pastures, bizarre cliffs and breathtaking ski resorts. So it is hardly surprising that the range of sleeping accommodations is almost limitless. Simply browse our website for a private holiday apartment in Tyrol that is suitable for you and enjoy a whole new travel experience. Unlike couchsurfing in Tyrol, you can be sure of your privacy and carefree holidays with one of our apartments in Tyrol. In the Tyrolean region we mediate among other things Apartments in Innsbruck, chic accommodations in Oberau and private vacation homes in Umhausen. If it pulls you further south, book now a chic holiday residence in Riva del Garda, on the northern shore of Lake Garda.
An apartment in Tyrol, surrounded by breathtaking nature
Among the largest cities that are certainly worth a trip from your apartment in Tyrol are Innsbruck, Trento, Bolzano, Merano, Brixen and Kufstein, where you can admire historic buildings, stroll through pretty alleys and browse through shops to your heart’s content. Typical restaurants want to seduce you with a mixture of Austrian-Italian delicacies, which you won’t be able to resist for long. The area around Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, was inhabited as early as the Neolithic Age. Today Innsbruck is an interesting city, which knows how to combine its historical flair with modern charm. Trento, the capital of the Italian region of Trentino, about 160 kilometres south of Innsbruck, was named Alpine Town of the Year in 2004. Certainly justifiably so, because surrounded by the mountain massifs of the Brenta Group and the Paganella, Trento offers impressive impressions and an old town worth seeing.
From the private holiday apartment in Tyrol to the surrounding excursion destinations
The Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol, is a particularly beautiful destination that you can reach from your private holiday home in Tyrol. It is located about 40 kilometres northeast of Innsbruck and is almost 400 metres above the Inn valley. Sailors, surfers and divers will find their Eldorado here. But even if you like hiking or cycling, you will feel comfortable at the Achensee. Of course, it is also possible to make a little jaunt with one of the many excursion boats. The Almenregion Hochötz, on the other hand, offers you completely different views, because you can see the mountain peaks and valleys from an altitude of over 2,000 metres. And if you want to treat your feet to an experience of a very special kind, walk along the alpine barefoot hiking trail on the Höfener Alm.