The Tyrol region

Original, traditional, massive, majestic, and nature in its purest form are all words that spring to mind when describing the region of Tyrol, but it is more than these! Renowned for sport and high society, pleasure and activities are the main things here for Ötzi and the Yeti! Tyrol’s mountains are open to everyone, as is the bustle of the old towns, in summer as in winter. The 36 regions of Tyrol all offer charm, friendliness, and hospitality. The genuine Tyrolean humour makes you feel like joining in with the yodelling, singing, and dancing.

The Kitzbühel mountains stretch from the Zillertal in the west to Zell am See in the east and the region contains many well known places like Kitzbühel, Brixen, Westendorf, St. Johann in Tyrol, and Wörgl. The tourist region of Kaiserwinkl houses the 4 municipalities of Kössen, Walchsee, Schwendt, and Rettenschöss, which are in the districts of Kufstein and Kitzbühel.

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The district of Kufstein, in Tyrol, consists mostly of the lowest part of the Unterinn valley and borders on Bavaria to the north and the districts of Kitzbühel and Schwaz in the south. The largest and best known towns here are the fortress town of Kufstein itself and Wörgl.

The holiday resort of Kufstein, the Thierseetal, Alpachtal and Brandenberger valleys and the municipality of Wildschönau are the most popular holiday destinations in this region.

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East Tyrol is separated from north Tyrol by a 9.5 km  long strip of south Tyrol and the area of Salzburg. East Tyrol borders on the provinces of Salzburg and Carinthia, and also Italy. Large areas of The Hohe Tauern mountains and the Karnisch Alps take up a large area of East Tyrol.

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