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Holiday Region Tulfes & Surroundings

Holiday Village

 

 

Tulfes during Winter            Tulfes during Summer

 

Our charming little village offers anything you may need available within a short walking distance. There is a small MPreis supermarket as well as a farmers' shop, restaurants and traditional inn's (Gasthaus), as well as a health service centre. For further explorations, simply catch the bus to the neighbouring towns and cities such as Hall, Wattens, and Innsbruck. For sustainable tourism, simply leave your car at home and travel sustainably with our reliable public transportation

 

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Holiday Region Hall-Wattens

 

The holiday region Hall-Wattens is close to the Residenz Tulferhof and is renowned for its popular attractions & sights, such as the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, the Schwaz Silvermine and the historic city Hall.

 

Hall is more than 700 years old, easily recognised by the narrow, medieval streets. The old town of Hall is one of the best-maintained and largest medieval city centres in Austria. The city is steeped in history and interesting facts, best discovered on a guided tour. Find out all about the "Münzturm" of the Hasegg castle, the mint museum, the picturesque upper city square & city hall, alpine farming museum, and more – these truly make Hall a cultural and historic highlight in Tyrol.

 

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Olympia City Innsbruck & Surroundings

 

The capital city of the Alps Innsbruck is an extra special city nestled amidst the mountains including sports, cultural-, and historic sights & highlights to discover.

Take the Sightseer bus for city bus tours offered in various different languages. There are guided city walking tours available, giving you more detailed information about the rich culture and history of Innsbruck. The famous Goldene Dachl, or "Golden Roof", in the old town is definitely a unique & memorable attraction. But there is so much more. Check out the Bergisel ski jump stadion with stunning views from the cafe overlooking the city, as well as having great cultural an historic significance with the cherished Tirolpanorama cyclorama painting. For more history & culture, check out the Ambras castle with stunning castle gardens, the Hofburg Innsbruck (former royal residence), or catch the Hungerburgbahn lifts up to the Seegrube and the Hafelekarspitze summit for the most amazing views of the city. Additionally, in case the weather is not good enough to enjoy the views, there are plenty of exciting museums and attractions to further expand your horizon.
In case all these attractions are on your must-do-list, we recommend purchasing the convenient Innsbruck-Card, perfect for all culture- and history enthusiasts.

 

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Tyrol at your Feet

 

The Residenz Tulferhof is right in the centre of Tyrol, making it an excellent starting point for all kinds of day trips and activities. Explore the different Tyrolean regions, notice the differences, the charming valley, the tranquil mountain trails, and so much more. Check out the many possibilities in Tyrol here.

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