Explore Tyrol and it's sights

The regional capital of Tyrol - Innsbruck
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
The regional capital of Tyrol - Innsbruck
The regional capital of Tyrol - InnsbruckDie Landeshauptstadt von Tirol - Innsbruck

State capital Innsbruck

A special bonus of the Stubai Valley is its proximity to Innsbruck. Just a few minutes by car and you will reach our state capital with its countless tourist attractions, such as the Goldene Dachl (golden roof), the Hofburg imperial palace and the Alpine zoo, to name but a few!


Distance: approx. 30 min.


Insider’s Tip: Using the Stubai Valley railway, you can travel from the Stubai Valley directly to Maria Theresien Straße in Innsbruck, the heart of the city.


The Swarovski Crystal worlds

The Swarovski Crystal worlds in Wattens will whisk you away into a glittering world of crystals. Inside the "giant", wondrous underground chambers await you with a diverse interplay of crystal colours and shapes - a kaleidoscope for the senses.


Distance: approx. 40 min.


Schwaz silver mine

The silver from the silver mine was the most important source of income for Tyrol’s sovereigns. Experience up-close how more than 10,000 miners searched for silver and copper 500 years ago and made Tyrol into one of the richest states in Europe.


Distance: approx. 50 min.


Ski-jumping hill "Bergisel Schanze"Awarded the Austrian state prize for architecture in 2002. The Bergiselschanze experiences its heyday each year at the beginning of January at the Four Hills Tournament. For the remainder of the year, the panoramic cafe is the meeting point for Innsbruck insiders.


Distance: approx. 30 min.


Neighbouring South Tyrol

South Tyrol is just a stone’s throw away. Visit the mediaeval Fugger town of Sterzing or Bozen, the shopping city with the Austrian-Italian flair.


Distance: approx. 50 min. to Sterzing

Distance: approx. 1hr 30 min. to Bozen