Winter holidays in Tirol
Enjoy the snow in the Tyrolean mountains
- Spend 7 nights at some of Tirol's charming villages.
- Flights, taxes and car rental also included.
- Visit Innsbruck, Tirol's beautiful capital.
- Enjoy the snow winter hiking, with snowshoes or tobogganing.
- Ski or Snowboard at world-class resorts.
- 7 nights in the chosen accommodation
- Return flights (tax included)
- 7 days car rental
- When driving around Austria, it is indispensable to buy a “vignette” toll sticker, which allows you to travel on motorways and expressways.
When winter comes to Tirol, it does so with conviction, making an already breathtaking mountain world downright magical. Villages and towns offer plenty of activities to enjoy the landscapes, among them hundreds of kilometers of marked trails for winter hiking. Sightseeing is also great and you can not miss cities such as Innsbruck, Kufstein or Kitzbühel or attractions like Swarovski worlds of crystal or Ambras castle.
There is plenty to see and do around Tirol when the most wonderful time of the year rolls around. Some of the simplest joys of the season are the atmospheric Christmas Markets taking place throughout the country and celebrating the traditional sights, sounds and scents of Christmas. Distinctive, numerous stalls invite you to browse the traditional crafts and Christmas decorations, as well as to sample the local food and drink specialties, some available only at Christmas time. As day becomes night, thousands of Christmas lights sparkle and the spicy bouquet of hot mulled wine and gingerbread waft through the air, and spirits are high—this is where holiday momentum really builds!
Carnival season includes some of the most important folk events of Tirol. Long past rites and customs are still lived here and include an array of magical and anxiously awaited spectacles. And if you are going to be in Tirol during the Carnival period, then you must definitely check out some of these unique spectacles. The Carnival season celebrates the natural changes of seasons. As spring is the season of hope, spring festivals were joyous occasions in celebration of the rebirth of nature. Carnival customs reflect this happiness in singing, dancing, flowers, and jokes. There will be fleets of elaborately designed floats which caricature both, regional goings-on and ancient traditions. And many a visitor ends up on one of these floats to share a drink with the carnival characters. Tirol has many great and joyous Shrovetide celebrations and parades.
To ski in Tirol is to journey to the very heart of the sport. Tirol is home to world class skiing and riding at over 100 alpine ski resorts with, in total, 5,200 kilometers of skiable terrain, assuring that any type of winter sports enthusiast will have a truly enjoyable experience. Cross-country skiing is also great. Whether you are a casual classic skier or serious skater, with some 4,000 kilometers of Nordic ski trails. Tirol provides plentiful options for all experience levels. All trails are groomed to perfection and offer great skiing from December to April. Top quality hotels provide excellent accommodation and service to round out your winter holiday experience in Tirol.
Experience tobogganing fun in Tirol. Jump on the toboggan and it's down the hill we go! An activity as easy as child's play and loads of fun for young and old is racing down the hill at top speed on a toboggan.Tirol offers more than 750 kilometres of tested and perfectly-maintained toboggan runs. The longest run at eleven kilometres is in Birgitz near Innsbruck. Night-time tobogganing on flood-lit tracks is also an attractive option. While you are out tobogganing, don't forget to stop in for some hospitality and great food at one of the many Tirolean lodges.
Day 1Flight to Munich.
Check-in at your home airport 90 minutes before departure of your flight destination Munich. On arrival pick-up a rental car that you'll use to transfer to your acommodation and you'll have at your disposal for the whole week. Drive to your accommodation, check-in and first night in Tirol.
Day 2-7Winter Break in Tirol.
You have 6 full days to enjoy Tirol and its snowy mountains in winter. You can go sightseeing and discover Innsbruck and the medieval cities and castles. And, of course, enjoy nature and snow: snowshoe tours, hiking or skiing, tobogganing several kilometers, meals in mountain huts in dreamy landscapes, etc. Whether you ski, in Tirol there are some of the best resorts in the world.
Day 8Return flight.
Drop-off your rental car at Munich airport about 2 hours before the scheduled departure of your flight. Check-in and board your flight back to your domestic airport. Arrival and end of the trip.
Are snow tires included in the car rental?
Snow tires are obligatory at some destinations and can be booked with us but the price is considered an extra and must be paid at the car rental office directly.
Car driver minimum age.
Usually, car rental companies charge an additional fee when car driver is younger than 25 yy. That amount depends on car category, country, etc. It must be paid at destination.
Does my flight include the ski equipment as a baggage?
Some companies have included in their rates the ski equipment but others don't. It is necessary to check it with the company chosen before departure.
How can I get my ski pass?
You have to print and take with you the ski pass voucher that we send to you. Exchange it and collect your ski pass at the cash desk of the ski resort that the voucher indicates.
Something unexpected happened? Insure your trip!
You might be able to add a travel insurance at last step of the booking process, once you have introduced all your data. It is optional and prices vary according to the duration of the trip. Did you book without travel insurance and now you want to add it? You have 7 days from the moment you booked for doing it!
Our prices include return flight tickets and all the supplement taxes such as airpot taxes, fuel surcharge and credit card processing fees.
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