Zillertal: always worth a visit
Attractions and distances
Zillertal has always been known as Austria’s most active valley – and rightly so. Because as well as countless activity options for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, a whole host of interesting attractions await fans of history, tradition, and culture here to the north of the Brenner pass. You’ll find an overview of your hosts’ favourite leisure tips right here.
Popular ski resort in winter, fantastic hiking paradise and fun sport station with games for the little ones in summer.
Tyrol’s largest family-run hay-milk dairy with visitor farm invites you to follow daily tasks on the farm step by step and sample its sustainable products.
The birth house of the Strasser family, who gave the world the Christmas carol “Silent Night”. The ancient farmhouse still looks almost the same as it did some 300 years ago.
Europe’s highest bird-of-prey station (at 2,000m above sea level) with daily bird-of-prey shows and interesting insights into the world of falconry.
The largest silver mine of the late Middle Ages, where 500 years ago some 10,000 miners searched for copper and silver – turning tiny Schwaz into one of the largest mining metropolises in the world.