From Riederklamm climbing garden to imposing castles
During your wellness holiday in Zillertal, we’re sure you don’t just want to relax and explore the impressive mountain landscape, but you also want to visit various sights, immerse yourself in the history of Zillertal, and experience the ultimate thrill in the Riederklamm climbing garden? Then we have some suggestions for you here.
Exciting sights around Gerlos
There are many things to discover around our eco hotel in Tyrol. From our hotel, the Krimml waterfalls, which at 380 metres are among the highest in Europe, are worth a visit. You can also pay a visit to Swarovski Crystal Worlds, where André Heller’s sparkling and shining gemstones await you. The centrepiece of the exhibition is the Centenar, the largest cut crystal in the world. Museum lovers will enjoy the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses in Kramsach, which gives an insight into the former life of farmers. The Zillertal railway guarantees you unique views on a ride on the nostalgic steam train. So, all aboard and let’s go!
Churches, museums, and mountains
Do you like to go on a journey into the past? Take a guided tour of the baroque Wilten monastery and learn more about how life was back then. If you’d like to take a day trip to Innsbruck, you can visit the Court Church to see the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I, the most important monument in Tyrol, and pay a visit to the famous Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof). Climb the Münzerturm in Hall and enjoy the view over the old town. At Tratzberg Castle near Innsbruck, you can take a trip back in time to the days of the noble knights and an exciting fairy-tale tour awaits your children. At the Alpenzoo Innsbruck, the highest-altitude zoo in Europe, you can learn all about the fauna of the Alpine world and admire over 2,000 native wild animals.
Riederklamm climbing garden and Flying Fox
Adrenaline junkies also get their thrills in Zillertal: the zipline Flying Fox in Zillertal gives you unique moments at dizzying heights. The 300-metre-long zipline whizzes you past the mountain scenery of Spieljoch. Numerous via ferratas and the Riederklamm climbing garden also provide pure adventure and excitement.