destinationsaround Stubai valley
In the mountains, we do not know what boredom is as there are exciting things to discover 365 days a year.
Let yourself be enchanted by sparkling crystals, enjoy the charm of magnificent old towns and get a whiff of Olympic air on the world-famous Bergisel ski jump.
A sparkling world of fantasy
This popular Tyrolean attraction delights people from near and far. Artists, designers and architects each showcase crystal in their own way - always magical and unique. Modern art meets ancient history. The works and installations can be found in 17 chambers of wonder, all part of a "giant". The Crystal Worlds are an ideal destination for families all year round, whatever the weather.
A trip to the urban-alpine capital
The nearby Innsbruck, the cultural and social centre of Tyrol and the Habsburg treasury of the Alps, invites you to explore: The Baroque aristocratic palaces on Maria-Theresien-Strasse, the Golden Roof, the Hofburg and the Hofkirche with the "Schwarzen Mander" and the Cathedral Church of St. Jacob are historical highlights in the old town. It has its own charm. Especially at Christmas time, it fascinates the whole family from toddlers to grandma and grandpa with its magnificent lighting and a wonderful Christmas market. Travel time to Innsbruck: 15 to 25 minutes.
Tip: Take the Stubai valley cable car from Stubai valley directly to the Maria-Theresien-Straße in the city centre.
A medieval city with lots of attractions
When it comes to medieval sights, Hall is one of Austria's leading cities. In the magnificent old town alleys, you stroll past small, individual shops, pubs and cafés. Hall's old town is one of the largest medieval town centres in Austria. Special cultural events such as the Tyrol Easter Festival, Sprachsalz and the Hall Advent Market take place here.
Museumsensemble zum Tiroler Freiheitskampf
Museum ensemble on the Tyrolean fight for freedom
The Tyrol Panorama shows the Tyrolean people's legendary fight for freedom, which raged at the Bergisel a good 200 years ago. The exciting information site covers a spectacular 1,000 square metres on a hill near the Sill Gorge above Innsbruck. It was here that the insurgents, led by the legendary Tyrolean Andreas Hofer, won the third of the great Bergisel battles. The 360-degree circular painting is the largest work of art in Tyrol and takes viewers back to a dramatic time. The museum ensemble also houses the Kaiserjägermuseum, which is connected underground to the Tyrol Panorama.
Tip: Panorama circuit (2.2 km) around the Bergisel with magnificent views of Innsbruck.
Olympic ski jump in Innsbruck
During the popular International Four Hills Tournament, the Olympic ski jump at Bergisel is one of the four venues. The ski jump was reopened in 2002 to designs by star architect Zaha Hadid. The architectural masterpiece is admirable not only from a sporting but also from an architectural perspective. An inclined lift takes you up to 250 metres above Innsbruck in just two minutes. A panorama restaurant and a panorama terrace with a 360-degree view of Innsbruck and the surrounding peaks welcome visitors here in luxury.
Directly at the Brenner Pass, only two minutes away from the motorway exit, you will find the Outlet Center Brenne with 70 shops and international brands. So if you want to dress up in fashion with a Mediterranean flair at the beginning of your holiday, feel like a day of shopping or want to bring something for the ones at home, the Outlet of the Alps has a huge selection for the whole family.