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Die 10 Orte im Alpbachtal in Tirol

The 10 villages in the Alpbachtal holiday region

Each of the 10 villages in the Alpbachtal holiday region has its own story to tell. The uniform Alpbach architectural style makes the mountain village a unique jewel. The medieval glass town of Rattenberg delights with special cultural treasures and Kramsach is home to Tyrol's most visited museum, as well as Tyrol's largest open-air museum...

10 villages - 10 stories

Nine authentic villages as well as a small historic town are the basis for eventful days close to nature in the midst of the Kitzbühel Alps and the Rofan Range. Alpbach with its uniform wooden building style is known as Austria's most beautiful village. The medieval town of Rattenberg enchants with its picturesque pedestrian zone and finest glass craft. A gondola ride up the Wiedersbergerhorn in Alpbach offers a splendid mountain panorama and an easily accessible peak. Discover the gushing whirling waters on an adventurous hike through the impressive Tiefenbach gorge.


Alpbachtal - The most authentic Tyrolean experience

Rugged Rofan meets rolling hills: the Alpbachtal holiday region is nestled between the foothills of the Kitzbühel Alps and the eastern base of the Rofan Range.

The Alpbachtal is one of Austria's "Genussregionen" (culinary regions) and boasts a landscape rich in contrasts. One of the main villages and namesake for the region is Alpbach, "Austria's most beautiful village". Reith im Alpbachtal, which is known for its floral displays and characteristic village centre, is a veritable family paradise in summer and winter. Kramsach, situated on the north bank of the Inn, is often called "Tyrol's bathtub" because of its idyllic lakes. The richly forested Brandenberg is home to breathtaking gorges and ravines and terrific hiking trails. The wildly romantic and wooded valley is an absolute butterfly paradise and home to the region's best-known sweet delicacy On the other side of the Inn lies Austria's smallest town, the historic town of Rattenberg. Its medieval town centre with its narrow alleys and glass artisan workshops is well known throughout the Tyrol.