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Fantastic. Surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Innsbruck is fascinating. Don't miss the Nordkette cable car. There's a free bus to the Swarovski World exhibition, which is interesting if a tad expensive.
Yes. The Otzal Valley is breathtakingly beautiful.
Beautiful area and scenery. Site overlooks valley with airport so some aircraft noise but no issues. Fairly flat pitches on steep hill side but all with access to water and electric.
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Camp sites in Tyrol: the real Austria!
Austria in general and Tyrol in particular are known for their excellent wintersports area; Nauders, St Anton, Gerlos and of course many more. Even so you should experience the impressive nature of the mountain landscape from your camp site in Tyrol at least once during the summer. You can go on endless walks, go rafting or canoeing on the mountain rivers or try parasailing from the peaks during your holiday in Tyrol. The Hohe Tauern, Austria’s biggest natural park to name but one, is in demand by the more sportive nature lovers who go camping in Tyrol.
When you think of Austria you think of the Tyrol. The music, the countryside, the traditions and the national costume are all seen as being ‘typically Austrian’. The biggest town in the Tyrol, Innsbruck is known to many visitors as the entry into the Brenner Pass on the way to Italy, but it would be a real pity not to see old Innsbruck. The town that was once host to the Winter Olympics has a lovely centre with shops and restaurants under old colonnades. The town became prosperous thanks to the surrounding (but since closed) silver mines and is rich in old historic buildings.
The Alpenzoo is more contemporary and also easily reachable from camp sites in Tirol and you can take a small train into a fascinating silver mine at Schwaz. The landscape is different again in northern Tyrol; the idyllic low mountain ranges of Reutte blend into the green fairytale countryside of the Allgäu in southern Germany, the land of magical castles such as Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. In the west are the beautiful Lechtal and Ötztal valleys, made famous by the discovery of the remains of the prehistoric mountain dweller 'ötzi'