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Discover Tyrol
Discover Tyrol
Discover Tyrol

Travelling by rail and bike

From Innsbruck through the Wipp Valley with its side valley to South Tyrol

Set off on a discovery tour through Tyrol. The regional capital Innsbruck is one of Tyrol's most popular day trip destinations, alongside many others. 

During your stay in the Wipptal you enjoy free public bus and train service in the Wipptal valley/Innsbruck - Matrei am Brenner - Brennero.
Only valid with the Wipptal guest card. 

… the Alpenzoo in Innsbruck.
The Alpenzoo in Innsbruck is one of Europe's most remarkable zoos and it knows how to entertain the whole family. Roughly 2,000 alpine animals can be observed over 4 hectares. Approx. 25 km from Matrei am Brenner.

… to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens.
The giant at the entrance to the Crystal Worlds created by André Heller has been welcoming visitors since 1995. The unique wonderful world of experiences and crystals is one of the most popular day trip destinations in Austria.

… South Tyrol.
Just pop over the Brenner Pass and say "Hello South Tyrol!". Head over the Penser Joch into the Sarn valley, from there to Bozen, cross through the Eisacktal towards Brixen and then head to Sterzing, the region's most northern city. From there you can return to Matrei. Great fun with lots of bends and the finest of South Tyrol! Duration approx. 6 hours

… the Brenner base tunnel's information centre in Steinach.
The new information centre with exploratory tunnels is located in Steinach am Brenner. It extends over 2 floors and has an interactive exhibition area and children's world of experience.

… Obernberg valley.
The picturesque valley inspires with scenic landscapes, easy cycle paths and also genuine high mountain tours. The Obernberg lake in the heart of the Nößlachjoch-Obernberger See-Tribulaune conservation area at roughly 1,600 metres in altitude is particularly popular.

… Innsbruck.
The regional capital Innsbruck offers a number of cultural treasures. The old town, which reminds us of the prestigious Habsburg era in many areas, is popular. The Hofburg, the "Golden Roof" and the Christmas Market in winter are considered to be particularly worth seeing.

… to the Bergisel ski jump in Innsbruck.
The Bergisel ski jump designed by the world famous architect Zaha Hadid towers over Innsbruck and is considered to be an architectural masterpiece. A fantastic 360° panoramic view awaits you in the panoramic restaurant.

… the silver mine in Schwaz.
Schwaz is also called the "Mining Metropolis of the Middle Ages". At the peak of the mine's operation more than 10,000 miners went as far as 800 metres underground.

… the Alpine passes in South Tyrol.
Once over the old Brenner road over the Brenner Pass you can say "Hello South Tyrol!", where probably the most beautiful alpine passes await you! South Tyrol and its neighbouring provinces Belluno, Trient and Sondrio provide plenty of mountain roads packed with bends and adventures that you would have to search far and wide for in these numbers.
From the Jaufen Pass, Penser Joch, Timmelsjoch, Grödner Joch, Mendel Pass to the Stilfser Joch – you are guaranteed fun, adventure and a variety of mountain panoramas on your motorbike.

… the Brenner main road.
Over the old legendary Brenner road it leads off to the right and left through the idyllic side valleys of the Wipp Valley (Stubai valley, Navis valley, Gschnitz valley, Vals valley and Schmirn valley, Obernberg valley) to Innsbruck and back to the Brenner Pass. Duration approx. 4 hours

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