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Apartment for 6 people in Hippach
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 753ft², 1mi to skiing
Hippach, Zillertal
$134per night
Vacation house for 18 people in Europe, with view and garden, with pets
1 review
$344per night
Cottage for 10 people in Reith bei Kitzbühel
Reith bei Kitzbühel, Tirolean lowland region
$926per night
Large vacation house for 11 people in Neustift, with garden
11 pers., 4 bedrooms, 1,938ft², 650yd to skiing
7 reviews
Neustift, Innsbruck region
$239per night
Apartment for 6 people in Aschau, with sauna and view as well as garden
Aschau, Zillertal
$109per night
Apartment for 4 people in Aschau, with garden and sauna
2 reviews
Aschau, Zillertal
$45per night
Apartment for 3 people in Kaltenbach, with garden
49 reviews
Kaltenbach, Zillertal
$52per night
Apartment for 6 people in Ried im Zillertal, with view and garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 915ft², 0.7mi to skiing
31 reviews
Ried im Zillertal, Zillertal
$55per night
Apartment for 3 people in Prutz, with terrace
3 pers., 1 bedrooms, 431ft², 0.9mi to skiing
54 reviews
Prutz, Tyrolean Upperland Region
$67per night
Apartment for 3 people in Zell am Ziller, with sauna and garden
50 reviews
Zell am Ziller, Zillertal
$78per night
Vacation house for 10 people in Stummerberg, with garden and view as well as sauna
10 pers., 4 bedrooms, 2.7mi to skiing
Stummerberg, Zillertal
$135per night
Large vacation house for 8 people in Fieberbrunn, with garden
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 1,722ft², 0.9mi to skiing
4 reviews
Fieberbrunn, Tirolean lowland region
$221per night
Apartment for 4 people in Ladis, with garden and sauna
29 reviews
Ladis, Tyrolean Upperland Region
$167per night
Vacation house for 12 people in Steeg, with garden
12 pers., 6 bedrooms, 1.6mi to skiing
14 reviews
Steeg, Lech valley
$167per night
Large vacation house for 8 people in Stumm, with balcony
8 pers., 4 bedrooms, 1,292ft², 0.9mi to skiing
3 reviews
Stumm, Zillertal
$96per night
Vacation house for 10 people in Going am Wilden Kaiser, with garden, with pets
1 review
Going am Wilden Kaiser, Tirolean lowland region
$220per night
Chalet for 8 people in Sankt Johann in Tirol, with garden
Sankt Johann in Tirol, Tirolean lowland region
$123per night
Large vacation house for 13 people in Neustift, with garden
13 pers., 6 bedrooms, 1,938ft², 400yd to skiing
Neustift, Innsbruck region
$323per night
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Highlights in Tyrol

  • Kufstein Fortress
  • Innsbruck Alpine Zoo
  • Swarovski Crystal Worlds
  • Hiking and skiing
  • Bacon Dumplings and Gröstl

Most popular in Tyrol

Internet 6,980
Pet allowed 2,475
Balcony/Terrace 6,096
TV 7,471
Garden 3,304
Parking 5,841
Washing machine 2,034
View 1,719
Sauna 1,408

Vacation rentals in Tirol

Relaxing holidays in the heart of the Alps

Tyrol offers a varied landscape of mountains, valleys, meadows and idyllic villages in which you will find numerous holiday apartments. Accommodation in secluded locations is available in lofty mountain heights with breathtaking views. In addition, the state capital Innsbruck seduces with some comfortable apartments in the historic center.

Charming accommodations in charming surroundings

Whether holiday home, holiday apartment or chalet, most vacation rentals blend harmoniously into the Tyrolean landscape. Book a remote wooden chalet to enjoy plenty of privacy. The holiday apartments are also mostly in Tyrolean country houses with colourful flowering balconies. A chalet with plenty of space and some optional extras, such as a sauna or whirlpool, is particularly comfortable.

Highest comfort through the extra service of the landlords

Tyrol attaches great importance to warm hospitality, which is not only evident on the way, but also in the holiday home. Some accommodation providers therefore offer a shuttle service so that you can travel to your holiday destination without a car. In addition, you can rent bicycles or skis from some landlords. If you don't want to worry about breakfast, it's best to book it in addition to your holiday apartment.

Holiday in Tyrol

Location and orientation

The federal state between Germany and Italy

Tyrol is a federal state in the west of Austria and borders south on Italy, north on Bavaria, west on the federal state of Vorarlberg and east on Salzburg. The provincial capital of Tyrol is Innsbruck, which is located in the west of the country. From Munich to Innsbruck the journey by car takes about two hours.

Landscape features of the region

Tyrol is scenically shaped by the Alps, which is why you will find some "three thousand metre peaks" here. The highest mountains in the region are the Ortler with 3,905 metres altitude difference, the 3,851 metre high Königsspitze and the Großglockner with 3,798 metres altitude difference. Tyrol is also divided into North and East Tyrol, with North Tyrol comprising the Außerfern, Oberland and Unterland regions. The landscape in East Tyrol is characterised by the Iseltal, the Lienzer Talboden and the Osttiroler Oberland.

Experience pure nature in the National Park

Austria's largest nature reserve, the Hohe Tauern National Park, runs through the Austrian provinces of Tyrol, Salzburg and Carinthia. There you will find a grandiose high mountain landscape and some excursion destinations such as the Großglockner High Alpine Road, the high mountain reservoirs Kaprun and the Krimml Waterfalls.

Incredible landscape in the Zillertal (Tyrol)
Incredible landscape in the Zillertal (Tyrol)

Travelers and Activities

Boundless paths for hiking and strolling

There are endless hiking trails through Tyrol, which will let you forget your everyday life and enjoy the moment. Whether short distances or hikes lasting several days, along the Adlerweg in East Tyrol you will find everything your heart desires. The routes through the Pitztal and those to the Achensee are also very beautiful.

A paradise for winter sports enthusiasts

The possibilities for skiing, tobogganing or snowboarding that Tyrol offers you in winter are unique and can be found in large numbers. Tyrol has a total of 78 ski resorts, where around 3,400 kilometres of pistes of all levels of difficulty await you for fun downhill runs.

Experience the pleasures of swimming in summer

In Tyrol there are cool mountain streams and remote mountain lakes, which are not only a feast for the eyes when hiking, but also invite you to jump into the cool water. In particular the Achensee, which is the largest water body in the country, should be mentioned here. The fjord-like mountain lake is often referred to as the "Tyrolean Sea". Here you can swim, paddle or surf, and all this with a fantastic panoramic view of the Alps.

Tyrol was inhabited as early as the late Neolithic Age, as the discovery of the glacier mummy Ötzi proves. The male mummy, which died demonstrably between 3359 and 3105 B.C., was found at the Tisenjoch.

Top 5 travel tips

Fairytale snowy landscape in Tyrol
Fairytale snowy landscape in Tyrol
1. The fortress over the river Inn

Visit the Kufstein fortress, whose area of 26,000 square metres is larger than the entire old town of Kufstein. Built in the 13th century, the castle has some interesting elements, such as the imperial tower, the fortress fountain and the barracks. Lovers of historical walls should also visit Ambras Castle in Innsbruck, one of the most beautiful Renaissance castles in the country and home to Europe's oldest collection of armour and art.

2. Glittering crystals seduce the senses

The Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens were designed by André Heller. You can admire glittering chambers of wonder, magical rooms and numerous crystal objects by Swarovski. The Crystal Worlds is the most visited tourist facility in Tyrol, which will give you exciting and new sensory impressions.

3. The highest zoo in Europe

The Alpenzoo Innsbruck is the only themed zoo in the world where everything revolves around the animal world of the Alpine region. Visit around 2,000 animals of 150 species in the outdoor enclosures, terrariums and aquariums, which are located at an altitude of 727 metres. In addition, there is a show farm with old livestock breeds and a collection of fish species from the Alpine region, which is considered to be the largest in the world.

4. In the footsteps of the miners of the mountains

The Schwaz silver mine is a wonderful excursion destination in Tyrol. Here you can gain an insight into how 500 years ago more than 10,000 miners searched for copper and silver. This rich deposit of mountain treasures made Tyrol one of the richest regions in Europe at that time.

5. The finest culinary delicacies

Tyrolean cuisine is hearty, spicy and characterised by meat, bacon and cheese. On the menu you will therefore often find noodles, dumplings and dumplings as a side dish with game and fish. The region's specialities also include ham bacon, cheese spaetzle, Schlutzkrapfen and Tyrolean Gröstl. Tyrol is also home to Schüttelbrot, a type of bread with a long shelf life, which in earlier times was an important criterion for food in winter, especially for mountain farmers in remote regions.