Day trips around Seefeld
Day trips on holiday in Tyrol
Mountain inns and farms around Seefeld
The most beautiful destinations are the ones you can hike to on your own two legs. Numerous stunning hikes start out from Seefeld, which often lead up to mountain inn restaurants. Anyone who enjoys the scenery sitting on shady terraces with a cool drink in their hand knows that they have found what they are looking for.
Innsbruck – Tyrol's regional capital
Mountains, sport, art, culture & history: there is probably almost nowhere else where so many different components come together in such a small space. Innsbruck is definitely worth more than just a day trip and is luckily just a 25-minute car drive away. From the "Goldene Dachl" to Castle Ambras and the Bergisel ski jump to the Northern Range and lots of other things: there is more than enough to see here.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds
Probably Austria's most sparkly spot: a unique world that can be experienced by all the senses is hidden inside the giant near Innsbruck in Wattens. The traditional company Swarovski commissioned nobody less than André Heller to help design this work of art that is really worth seeing. Journey time: roughly 35 minutes
Day trip destinations in Tyrol
Tyrol's beauty does not need to be sung about again any more. If you are planning day trips you are therefore spoilt for choice. How about a detour to the Ötzi (Ice Man) village and up to the glaciers of the Ötztal valley? Or a trip over the Silvretta high alpine road past massive reservoirs? Or to Kitzbühel's Alps? Or on the Bavarian side with Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Mittenwald or Starnberg Lake? There are plenty of possibilities.
Probably the most famous castle in the world is situated just an hour and a half away from the holiday resort of Seefeld in Tyrol. Neuschwanstein is considered to be the grandest and maddest project by King Louis II, who was in debt up to his ears at that time. It is definitely recommended, even though the weekends and peak tourist seasons should be avoided in the summer.