Friday, 14 July 2017

Austria - Tyrol & Vorarlberg (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet Austria - Tyrol & Vorarlberg (PDF Chapter)

Austria - Tyrol & Vorarlberg

There’s no place like Tyrol for the ‘wow, I’m in Austria’ feeling. Nowhere else in the country is the downhill skiing as exhilarating, the après-ski as pumping, the wooden chalets as chocolate box, the food as hearty.

- save your best schuss for the slopes of Kitzbühel

- admire the golden wonder of Goldenes Dachl, Innsbruck’s late Gothic oriel

- mountain bike in the Zillertal, Tyrol’s Alpine heartland

Coverage includes: Tyrol, Innsbruck, Hall in Tirol, Wattens, Schwaz, The Zillertal, Achensee, Kitzbühel, Kufstein, Söll, Seefeld, Stams, The Ötztal, Imst, Ehrwald, Landeck, Inntal, Ischgl, Arlberg Region, Vorarlberg, Bregenz, Dornbirn, Bregenzerwald, Feldkirch, Bludenz and Montafon.








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