Trip over three passes: Landeck – there is no toll charge for travelling over Arlberg Pass (1,793 m) – continue on via Stuben – Zürs over Flexen Pass (1,773 m) – Lech – Warth towards Lechtal.
The Kaunertaler Gletscherstrasse glacier road is a panoramic road that takes you to an altitude of 2,750 m. Toll charge applies.
Silvretta High Alpine Road connects the municipalities of Galtür (1,584 m) in Paznaun and Gaschurn-Partenen (1,051 m) in Montafon.
Trip to Pitztal Valley - a stop at Anders Hofschank farm restaurant, located at the gateway to the valley in Arzl, is well worth the effort.
At 67 km in length, the Ötztal is the longest tributary valley of the Inntal Valley. It is also the largest glacial ski area in the Eastern Alps, covering an area of 140 square kilometres.
Hand weaving in Karrösten: the family’s grandfather was a weaver in Imst.
Merano/Dorf Tirol: Continue on to Merano or just across the Reschen Pass to Graun.
Author Johann Wolfgang Goethe noted during his Italian journey of 1816/1817 that “Innsbruck liegt herrlich”, which translates as "Innsbruck enjoys a beautiful location”.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens: a real-life fairytale for humans. You can suddenly experience what you only thought possible in dreams.
Rattenberg, Kramsach and Hall: visit the historic town of Rattenberg complete with a visit to a glass-blowing workshop. A visit to the open-air Höfemuseum in Kramsach is highly recommended.
The old town, named Oberstadt (Upper Town) due to its location, was planned and built in 1212.
Construction of the Neuschwanstein Castle took seventeen years (1869 – 1886), and it is still not actually finished.