Places to visit around Ischgl
Enjoy your summer holidays in the Paznaun
Experience the capital city at its best with the many sights and attractions such as the "Goldenes Dachl", the landmark of Innsbruck, or the Bergisel ski-jump, one venue of the Four Hills Tournament.
- Goldenes Dachl
- Bergisel ski jump
- Ambras Castle
The Tirol Panorama is at the scene of the battles of the Tyrolean struggle for freedom, the Bergisel, which inspires architecturally and culturally. The highlight is a 1,000 m² 360-degree view cyclorama depicting the drama of the third Battle of Bergisel during the Tyrolean struggle for freedom. The permanent exhibition hall "Venue Tirol" talks about religion, nature, politics and people.& The Kaiserjägermuseum - connected with the Tirol Panorama underground - is a historical collection about the military history of Tyrol in the 19th + 20th centuries. Our tip: From the museum, you can walk on the panoramic trail approx. 2.2 km around the Bergisel and enjoy interesting insights and views of the Alpine-urban flair of Innsbruck.
The architecture, adapted to the natural exterior, built in a 345 m long and 16 m high protecting wall, is unique in Europe. The interior boasts a modern and artistic quality design. Permanent exhibition "At the top", and "Life in the mountains" - fascination snow, avalanche myth.
Free admission with the Premium Silvrettacard
The High Alpine Road connects the Tyrolean Paznaun with the Montafon in Vorarlberg. The Tyrolean part leads from Galtür to the 2,032 meter high Bielerhöhe (length: about 10 kilometers). There sits the highest mountain in the Austrian Silvretta, the Piz Buin with 3,312 m. The stunning mountain scenery and lakes Vermunt and Silvretta attract many visitors. On the Bielerhöhe there are also restaurants and sports facilities. Up it goes over 2 turns, but down over 30 to the adjacent Vorarlberg.
In 1500 the silver mine Schwaz was the biggest mining metropolis in the world - today it is a popular destination that is not only historical but also geologically unique: about 500 years ago "tetrahedrite" was found here. The mine train takes you into the mine to learn interesting facts about the mining metropolis of the Middle Ages - in its heyday up to 85 percent of the world's traded silver was mined here.
Get to know the life in the Alps during the Stone Age and enjoy a visit to the Oetzi village in Umhausen. The 11,000 m² archeological outdoor park tells tales from life, living and working during the New Stone Age and from Oetzi the Iceman. Highlight is the „Oetzi-Erich“, who works at the „Ötzi-Dorf“: he is dressed as the Iceman and the main attraction of teh weekly and monthly performances of the Stone Age life. A must: a photo with "Oetzi".