The Mathias Schmid Museum in Ischgl

The Mathias Schmid Museum in Ischgl

The artist Mathias Schmid was born on the 14th of November in the year of 1835 in the Paznauner Valley and died on the 22nd of January in the year 1923 in Munich. He was an Austrian painter. The museum dedicated to the great artist Mathias Schmid is an impressive building with a sophisticated roof, situated on the outskirts of the village of Ischgl, near the forest. From here the visitors can enjoy a wonderful view of the entire resort and of the mountains of Verwall. From this museum sta... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to the Ischgl Ski Paradise

Tourist guide to the Ischgl Ski Paradise

The Ischgl Ski Paradise extends both on Austrian and Swiss area, the border being somewhere in the middle of the ski tracks. The total length of the slopes is 235 km, the cableway installations are numerous and modern. Due to the altitude and favorable weather conditions, Ischgl is recommended for both novice freeriders, and the brave ones. There is one of the best snowparks for snowboarders in Europe, equipped with halfpipe, jumps and more. The region also has specially designed areas fo... [ read more ]

Top 10 sites of Tyrol in summer

Top 10 sites of Tyrol in summer

Obviously, Tyrol has to offer more than ten tourist attractions, but there are places and activities that are unique in the heart of the Alps and guarantee you an unforgettable holiday in Tyrol. We present a list of priorities for those who wish to visit Austria and spend their days in the mountains of Tyrol. The top 10 sites of Tirol in summer include the Area 47, the Hintertux Glacier, the Naturparc Tiroler Lech, the Kaunertaler Glacier, Innsbruck, the Silver Region Karwendel, The Swaro... [ read more ]

Top 5 actvities in Tirol in winter

Top 5 actvities in Tirol in winter

With the first snow Tyrol turns into an enchanted land of snow that is full of possibilities: sledding, skiing, snowboarding, parties, wellness, culinary treats. Tyrol has much to offer. Choosing the top 5 activities in Tirol in winter was extremely difficult because this area is full of possibilities. However, we included in this list a trip to the Pitztal Glacier, where you have the mountains at your feet, a party in Ischgl as the stars do, a night sledding under the stars in Sellrainta... [ read more ]

Highest-rope Course at Kramsach

Highest-rope Course at Kramsach

After visiting the most bizarre museum in Tyrol, you should also try the highest nature rope course at Kramsach at the altitude of 520 meters above sea level. Outdoor activities like this can be an amazing experience if you are the adventurous type. The high-rope is at 17meters high. Let your adrenaline rush or enjoy what nature has installed for you in Kramsach. You can find the course in the Tiroler Seenland area and completing the tasks promotes your flexibility other than your confidence and... [ read more ]

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Rejuvenation at Ötz Valley and Alpbach Valley

Besides hiking, mountain biking, Nordic walking and climbing, you can participate in theme excursions at the Ötz Valley. Ötz Valley or Inn Valley, has a gorgeous nature with breathtaking landscape. Along the way, you can also find many traditional alpine huts and inns. Hikers can take the ski lifts to get to the valley stations. If you want a mountain view, you can also use these ski lifts. Challenging trails awaits bikers and they are mostly more than 2,500 meters above the sea level. Some ha... [ read more ]

Leisure Activities for Families with Children

Leisure Activities for Families with Children

One of the most popular destination for recreation in Austria is the Lake Schlitters. It is even more attractive a place if you enjoy bathing in the nature in particular in the summer. Lake Schlitters not just offers that leisurely enjoyment, you can also organize to get there as an excursion. It is located right at the entrance of the Zillertal valley just along the cycle track. Besides being a great lake for nature bathing, there are sanitary facilities as well as a beach volley field for acti... [ read more ]

Where to go in Autumn?

Where to go in Autumn?

One place that is surely where you can visit in the Autumn season is Tyrol. Before the Autumn arrives, there is a so called ‘Indian Summer’ and this is right before the leaves of the trees turn red and yellow. What is amazing is the days are shorter and shorter when the evenings became much cooler and cooler. If you want to know what nature installs, first thing you can notice is the cattle returning from the alpine pastures. Particularly in Tyrol, it is not just a simple returning, but it i... [ read more ]