Choose your regionOur interactive map shows Innsbruck's various regions
Innsbruck cityCapital of the Alps
Neighbouring villagesComfort | Convenience | Nature
Western holiday villagesSport | Diversity | Family
Southern holiday villagesRelaxation | Delight | Vitality
Kühtai - SellraintalAltitude | Nature | Sport
The Mieming Plateau & Tirol MitteThe longest summer in Tyrol
Five temptations. Countless highlights.
Alpine with charming village flair. At home in nature yet close to the heart of the city. Innsbruck’s holiday villages are like rare jewels: enticing, tempting and diverse. Each unique. Each worth a visit.
Between tradition and modernity, summer mountains and winter experiences, warm hospitality and individuality – this is where you’ll find that something special. The original Tyrol. The diverse adventure. The relaxing enjoyment. And the joy of being delighted over and over again.
Each of the five regions has its own unique character: The southern holiday villages are relaxing, delightful and revitalising. The western holiday villages offer a diverse selection of sporting and family experiences. The neighbouring villages are close to the city, convenient and connected to nature. The Sellrain Valley offers a peak holiday experience filled with high alpine delight, sports and nature and the Mieming Plateau & Tirol Mitte is a magnificent stage for the longest summer in Tyrol.
Looking for more? Countless experiences and endless nature await you in Innsbruck and its holiday villages. See you soon!
Kematen, Rum, Völs and Zirl
Close to the city with village flair – Innsbruck’s neighbouring villages are a comfortable and convenient place to stay. A great insider tip for business travellers and adventure seekers, just a few kilometres east and west of Innsbruck and about 600 metres above sea level.
Axams, Birgitz, Grinzens, Götzens, Mutters and Natters
Located on an alpine plateau just six to ten kilometres outside of Innsbruck, these six holiday villages are natural and authentic: lakes, mountains, countless family activities, sporting experiences and warm hospitality create a true atmosphere of wellbeing for your summer or winter holiday in Tyrol.
Aldrans, Ampass, Ellbögen, Igls-Vill, Lans, Patsch, Rinn and Sistrans
These eight holiday villages are sure to delight in summer and winter alike. Located on a wonderful sunny plateau just five kilometres south of Innsbruck – between 650 and 1,100 metres above sea level – they seamlessly combine urban flair and nature with a diverse range of relaxing and enjoyable sports.
Kühtai, St. Sigmund-Praxmar, Sellrain, Gries im Sellrain, Oberperfuss, Unterperfuss, Ranggen
The unique Sellrain Valley begins approx. 15 kilometres outside of Innsbruck. This winter sports and hiking paradise offers a natural variety that is even higher and more pristine. Every summer holiday is a delight, every winter holiday an absolute highlight.
Mieminger Plateau, Telfs & Tirol Mitte
The Mieming Plateau & Tirol Mitte region offers a unique combination of charming nature, picturesque villages and rugged mountains. The sunny plateau, the beautiful landscape and the charming town of Telfs make this a lovely place to visit – for the perfect combination of nature, leisure, relaxation and culture.