In this section, you will find the latest in news about Tirol, the Tirol Tourism Industry and destination and product updates. You will also find great sources of inspiration.
Even faster and more comfortable travel to your winter holiday destination: new direct flights from Germany, Great Britain/Ireland, Belgium, Russia and the Netherlands to Innsbruck and direct train connections from Germany to Tirol provide speedy and comfortable travel to the heart of the Alps.
”007 ELEMENTS“ is the name of the new and spectacular James Bond Experience at 3,050 metres above sea level in Sölden. Two international stars will take to the stage at the “SkiOpen“ in St. Anton am Arlberg, while the Nordic world elite will soon be meeting in Seefeld for the "FIS Nordic World Ski Championships".
“Silent Night, Holy Night”, which spread throughout the world from its humble beginnings in Tirol, celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2018. This newly published brochure provides ideas on individual tours and excursions, as well as information on the many event highlights and packages surrounding this special occasion.
From relaxed and informal to luxuriously extravagant: Tirol’s new accommodation providers have the perfect proposal for every sector. And whatever else you do, be sure not to miss opportunity to visit the new cinematic installation, “007 ELEMENTS” at Gaislachkogl in Sölden, or the highest rafting trip in Pitztal.
Make a note: after the successful prelude of "loop Tirol" with 200 exhibitors and luxury travel buyers from the travel-savvy German-speaking and Central and Eastern European markets last November in Tyrol, the next luxury travel fair will take place from 18.-21.11.2018 at Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol in Telfs-Buchen/Seefeld.
It goes without saying that the very best lifts and cable car systems can be found in Tirol. Huge investments in modernisations and improving system quality are made every year. And in outstanding offers: Sölden and Obergurgl/Hochgurgl have joined up to offer a multi ski-pass for the first time in winter 2017/18.