The Goldenes Dachl is a landmark structure located in the Old Town section of Innsbruck, Austria.
The Triumphal Arch is one of the best known sights in the Austrian city of Innsbruck.
Highline179 is located near Reutte on the Bavarian-Austrian Border, it extends at an altitude of 114 meters above the Ehrenburg castle and…
The street is named after Maria Theresa, the Archduchess of Austria. There are impressive monuments, charming cafés and luxurious boutiques.
The Swarovski Crystal Worlds is an experience attraction created by André Heller for the crystal glass manufacturer Swarovski, consisting…
Innsbruck Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of St. James, is an eighteenth-century Baroque cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of…
Ehrenberg Castle is a castle located in Reutte in Tyrol, Austria.
The Kufstein Fortress is the main landmark of Kufstein, a town in Tyrol, Austria. It is sometimes wrongly referred to as Geroldseck Fortress.
The Brenner Pass is a mountain pass through the Alps which forms the border between Italy and Austria.
Plansee is a lake in Reutte District, Tyrol, Austria, located at 47°28′10″N 10°48′20″E.
The Seebensee is a natural high mountain lake at a height of 1,657 metres, south of Ehrwald in the Mieming Range.
An important spiritual centre of Austria since the 13th century. Especially noteworthy is its elaborate altar with 84 graven figures.
This glacier offers a wonderful skiing experience with its 700 hectares of skiiable slopes. In summer, it's an ideal place for hiking.
Hintersteiner See is a mountain lake in the Wilder Kaiser Austrian national park and belongs to the administrative region of Scheffau in…
The 14th century church is a classic example of high Gothic architecture. Its tower used to be the dominant of the town.
Burg Heinfels is a castle in Heinfels, Tyrol, Austria. It stands in the Puster Valley, near the entrance to the Villgraten Valley.
Going am Wilden Kaiser is a municipality in the district of Kitzbühel in the Austrian region of Sölllandl.
The ruins of Aguntum are an ancient Roman site in East Tirol, Austria, located approximately 4 km east of Lienz in the Drau valley.
Sankt Anton am Arlberg, commonly referred to as St. Anton, is a village and ski resort in the Austrian state of Tyrol.
This Gothic style church was built on the spot of early religious buildings. Note its unusual high altar.
This Gothic church features a tall belltower. The sound of its bell ringing is considered to be "Kitzbühel's pride and joy".