A Late Summer Tour to the Austrian Tyrol A Heavenly elixir of alpine air, beautiful nature & welcoming hospitality
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A Late Summer Tour to the Austrian Tyrol A Heavenly elixir of alpine air, beautiful nature & welcoming hospitality
Discover the magic of late summer in the Alps. Breathe clear mountain air under crisp blue skies, re-connect with nature on a turquoise-blue lake and immerse yourself in Tyrolean history and culture.
Tyrol is a place that will delight body and soul; a place where soaring mountains, glacial lakes, rushing waterfalls, lush meadows, and thick pine forests combine with rich traditions, a fascinating history and picturesque towns. Discover the magic on this 5-night/6-day tour.
You will be staying in Pill and visiting Innsbruck, Mayrhofen, Karwendel Nature Park, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Lake Achensee, Tratzberg Castle, and Rattenberg
Immerse yourself in the rich history of the Tyrol. Travel back in time at Hotel Plankenhof where you will have the chance to drink Schnapps in a 500-year-old vaulted cellar; learn about the lives of rural people at the 18th Century Ental farmhouse; take a fascinating romp through the history of Tyrolean folk art at the Museum of Tryolean Regional Heritage and experience the sumptuous elegance of the Imperial Palace and Tratzberg Castle.
Feed your passion for nature and still your mind in the Tyrol’s magnificent landscape. With six national parks, over 300 lakes, unique forests, verdant meadows and awe-inspiring mountains, this is a place of natural gems. Marvel at the views from steam trains, cable cars and furnicular railways; discover Europe’s only primeval alpine landscape at Karwendel Nature Park with an expert guide and take a cruise across the Tryol’s largest lake.
The Tryol is also home to some extraordinary contemporary design. Experience the sparkling enchantment of Swarovski Crystal Worlds, described by leading travel guide Lonely Planet as one of "the most thrilling, memorable and interesting places on earth," and travel to futuristic mountain-top stations designed by the late, great architect Zaha Hadid.
What we love
- Staying in the historic Hotel Plankenhof, a listed Gothic house dating back to 1460 and now run by the 11th generation of the same family
- Tasting traditional Tyrolean schnapps in a 500-year-old vaulted cellar
- Travelling on a steam train through the magnificent Zillertal Valley with views of the mountains, glaciers, lush meadows and unique forests
- Discovering the rich history and traditional culture of the Tyrol in fascinating museums, castles and palaces
- Immersing ourselves in the wonders of nature on a guided tour of Karwendel Nature Park, home to Europe’s only primeval alpine landscape
- Exploring the historic town of Innsbruck, known as ‘the capital of the Alps’
- Strolling through the picturesque towns of Mayrhofen and Rattenberg
- Exploring the spectacular Chamber of Wonders at Swarovski Crystal Worlds and receiving an exclusive gift
- A boat excursion across Lake Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol nestled between the Karwendel and Rofan Mountains
- Bespoke options, including a guided photography or bird watching experience at Karwendel Nature Park, a breath-taking cable car ride above Mayrhofen, and riding to the heights of the Karwendel mountain on a furnicular railway (tPlease note, these come at an additional cost)
- Private coach transfers, an ECT tour manager and expert local guides throughout
Experiences you will treasure
- Staying at the historic Hotel Plankenhof, dating back to 1460. The hotel is also home to the Tiroler Schnapsmuseum, set in a 500-year-old vault, and you will be treated to an exclusive tour and Schnapps tasting.
- Taking the Zillertalbahn stream train through the magnificent Zillertal valley. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a bygone era.
- Learning about the life and times of local people at the Ental farmhouse museum, built in 1713. See the Tennen, (haybarn), Machkammer, (workshop) chapel, and a burning hut.
- Visiting the market town of Mayrhofen, nestled at the end of the lush Zillertal Valley
- Discovering the fascinating history of Innsbruck on a walking tour with a local guide, then exploring the capital of the Tyrol at your leisure. Famous for its ‘little golden roof’ (the Goldenes Dachl) with its 2,657 fire-gilt copper tiles, the town boasts one of Europe’s most delightful old town centres. And the cafes are rather fabulous too!
- Taking a guided hike in the Karwendel Nature Park, the only primeval alpine landscape of its kind in Europe. As you walk along a wild and romantic path beside the Hall Valley, look out for alpine plants including Willow Gentian, Globeflower, Pannonic Gentian, Yew Tree and Chamois. Keep your eyes on the sky (though a pair of Swarovski binoculars) too in case a Golden Eagle soars into view.
- Exploring the Chamber of Wonder at Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Marvel at the glittering chambers of wonders, an aperitif and lunch in the restaurant and take home an exclusive gift.
- Gently cruising across the turquoise-blue water of Lake Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol, nestled between the Karwendel and Rofan Mountains.
- Visiting Rattenberg, Austria’s smallest town tucked between a hill-top fortress and the river. Discover ancient townhouses, cobbled streets and alleyways dotted with specialist glass shops, then treat yourself to a delicious pastry at cafe Konditori Hacker.
- Discovering the spectacular 16th Century Tratzberg Castle, located on a steep ridge above Jenbach. Home to Count Ulrich Goëss-Enzenberg and his wife Katrin Goëss-Enzenberg, this is one of the best- preserved castles in Austria
What people say
Here I have finally found a place of quiet, a place of peace, the like of which I could have only wished for.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
How much is it?
Specially curated visits and experiences - you decide!
For a more immersive holiday, we have created a flexible programme so you can 'pick and mix' from a selection of specially curated excursions and activities in each destination.
Friday 9th, during morning visit to Mayrhofen
The town of Mayrhofen lies at the at the end of the Zillertal Valley. Experience this iconic Tyrolean valley from above with a spectacular cable car ride.
Saturday 10th, during day visit to Innsbruck
Why not take a look at Innsbruck from the heights of the Karwendel Mountains? A must for architecture fans, this eight-minute, panoramic furnicular journey starts and ends at the spectacular, futuristic stations designed by Zaha Hadid.
Sunday 11th, 09.30 – 12.30
We have created two bespoke experiences at Karwendel Nature Park. Keen photographers will relish the opportunity to join a local expert guide who will show you the best views and locations for spotting the wonderful wildlife. Bird watchers have the chance to explore this extraordinary reserve in the company of a specialist guide with inside knowledge of the best locations.
What's included in your holiday
- ECT Tour Manager (meet at Gatwick)
- Private coach travel throughout
- Services of local guides accompanying tours
- 5x nights bed and breakfast at Hotel Plankenhof, Pill
- 5 x dinners in local restaurants in Pill (taxis shuttle from/to the hotel)
- All entrance fees
- Zillertalbahn steam train Jenbach-Zell am Ziller, modern train from here to Mayrhofen
- Visit to Regional Museum Zell am Ziller
- Innsbruck guided walking tour, approx. 2 hrs
- ‘Nature Watch’ hiking tour at Naturpark Karwendal with a local expert park guide. Coffee and cake at St Magdalena. (Taxis shuttle from the coach park to Naturpark)
- Visit Swarovski Crystal Worlds (inc. Audio guides and a personal welcome by a representative of Swarovski Crystal Worlds).
- Swarovski Crystal Worlds exclusive gift
- Aperitif and light lunch (soup and sandwich) in Daniels Restaurant.
- Boat excursion on Lake Achensee
- Visit to Rattenburg
- Visit to Tratzberg Castle with an audio guide, and return transfers by Tratzberg Express from the coach park to the Castle
Itinerary - what you will do when
Day One - Thursday 7th September
09:30/10:00 - arrive at London Gatwick and meet your Tour Manager
12:30 – depart London Gatwick on easyJet flight EZY8695
15:30 – arrive Innsbruck and join private coach for transfer to your hotel, 4* Hotel Plankenhof, Pill. This family-run hotel occupies a fascinating Gothic building dating back to the 15th century. As well as comfortable, contemporary rooms, it boasts a sauna, an excellent restaurant and its own Schnapps museum.
16:30/17:00- arrive at the hotel and check in
Early evening Schnapps tasting in a museum housed in the 500-year-old vault. Step back in time as you stand between the old fermentation barrels and are shown the firing and mixing devices used during the time of the Emperor, and then taste three clear spirits and two liqueurs. You will be given your shot glass to take home as a souvenir
Dinner at the hotel
Day Two - Friday 8th September
Breakfast at the hotel
09:45/10:00 – depart hotel on private coach to Jenbach
10:15 - arrive at Jenbach
10:44 - join the Zillertalbahn stream train. Running for 32km through the Zillertal Valley on a 760mm gauge track, this charming train offers magnificent views of the glaciers, lush meadows and unique forests of the Zillertal Alps.
11:57 - arrive at the station and walk to the near by Regional Museum at Zell am Zille. An exact recreation of an 18th century farmhouse, this is a fascinating museum of local rural life.
13:00approx - take a 15-minute train journey to Mayrhofen where you will have free time to explore this picturesque market town at the end of the Zillertal Valley. The town is flanked by gently sloping mountains and you might like to take the opportunity to travel over them in the famous cable car. (Please note, this carries an additional fee.)
15:00/16:00approx - depart and return to the Hotel Plankenhof
19:00 - dinner at the hotel.
Day Three - Saturday 9th September
Breakfast at the hotel
09:15 - depart hotel by private coach for Innsbruck
10:00approx - arrive Innsbruck. This full day visit begins with a 2-hour walking tour with a local guide who will give an overview of the history of Innsbruck, suggest places to visit, and shops and cafes to try. The rest of the day is at leisure. Innsbruck is a fascinating town with something for everyone. For those wanting to explore the region’s cultural history, we recommend:
The Golden Roof. Completed in 1500 for Emperor Maximilian, this gleaming roof top is the town’s most famous landmark. It can be seen as soon as you enter the medieval old town, but it’s worth getting up close as the structure is richly adorned with images and figures, including the Emperor himself and his two wives. The Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage, home to the region’s most important collection of folk art, including old handicrafts and household objects, carnival masks, traditional costumes, and an 18th century nativity scene. The Imperial Palace, originally built by Archduke Sigmund the Rich. This world-class museum is one of Austria’s three major historic-cultural monuments. (The other two are Schönbrunn Palace and the Imperial Palace of Vienna.) Court Church, where you can see the magnificent tomb of Emperor Maximilian
Lovers of contemporary architecture should head for the futuristic Congress Station designed by Zaha Hadid, 200 meters from the old town. From there you can take the state-of-the-art funicular to Hungerburg Station, also designed by Hadid, at the foot of the Nordkette mountains. The panoramic views are not to missed.
Alternatively, simply take it slow. Stroll along the historic centre’s main street, Maria Theresien Street, home to many specialist shops located in elegant bay-windowed old buildings, as well as numerous sidewalk cafes where you can enjoy a drink or a bite to eat and watch the world go by.
16:00 – depart Innsbruck and return to hotel by private coach
16:30 - arrive at the hotel
19:00 - dinner at the hotel
Day Four - Sunday 10th September
Breakfast at the hotel
09:00 - depart hotel by private coach for Halltal
09:30 – arrive Halltal for a ‘Nature Watch’ hiking tour in The Karwendel Nature Park, Austria’s largest natural park and home to the only primeval alpine landscape of its kind in Europe. Our coach will park at Halltal car and coach park where you will be met by local expert nature park guides. Local taxis shuttles will be arranged to take you on the final leg of the journey (it’s not possible to drive in the Nature Park.) This approximately 3-hour walk is classified as easy and begins and ends at St Magdalena, a former monestary in the Hall Valley.
The wild, romantic path runs beside Halltal Valley. Look out for Willow Gentian, Globeflower, Pannonic Gentian, Yew Tree, Chamois and Golden Eagles. Coffee and cake will be offered at the end. Please ensure you have:
• Ankle-high hiking boots
• Functional clothes (breathable shirt, fleece pullover/jacket)
• Weatherproof jacket with hood (wind-resistant and water-repellent material)
• Long trousers (durable and elastic synthetic fibre material)
• Hiking socks
• Hat and gloves
• Sun protection (sun cream, sunglasses, head covering)
• Drinks bottle (min. 1.5 litres)
• Telescopic sticks
Alternatively, we have two bespoke experiences in the Nature Park - Focus on Landscape Photography or Birdwatching. Both for 2 people. (These experiences carry an extra charge. Price TBC)
13:30 – depart Nature Park by private coach for Swarovski Crystal Worlds
14:00 – arrive Swarovski Crystal Worlds. On arrival you will treated to a personal welcome by a representative from Swarovski Crystal Worlds either in front of the iconic Giant's Head or in the entrance hall. You will then enjoy an aperitif and light lunch of soup in Daniel's Restaurant before exploring the Chamber of Wonder at your leisure with an audio guide. As an extra treat, you will be given a unique gift before you leave.
16:30 – depart by private coach and return to Hotel Plankenhof
17:00 - arrive at hotel
19:00 - dinner at the hotel
Day Five - Monday 11'th September
Breakfast at the hotel
10:00 - depart by private coach for Lake Achensee
11:25- 12:45 – round-trip boat excursion on Lake Achensee, the largest lake in Tyrol nestled between the Karwendel and Rofan Mountains
13:15- depart by private coach for Rattenberg
13:30 – arrive Rattenberg for lunch and afternoon at leisure. Tucked between a fortress on the hill and the River Inn, Rattenberg is Austria’s smallest town. The medieval center is full of beautifully preserved townhouses, cobbled streets and alleyways dotted with specialist glass shops. Pop into the Augustine Museum, filled with Tyrolean artefacts, view the amazing 12th century Nagelschmied Homes, discover the lovely parish church, and visit the glass blowing workshop at Kisslinger House. The pedestrian high street is a treat for shoppers, and there are plenty of cafes offering delicious, traditional pastries.
16:00/16:30 – depart by private coach for hotel
16:30-17:00 – arrive at hotel
19:00 - dinner at the hotel
Day Six - Tuesday 12th September
Breakfast at the hotel and check out
09:30 – depart hotel by private coach for Tratzberg Castle
09:45/10:00 – arrive Tratzberg Castle for 1hr 15min audio tour and virtual reality experience. You can either walk from the car park to the castle (approx. 20 minutes) or take a small train (approx. 8 minutes.) There is restaurant and cosy guest garden at the foot of the castle. Built in its present form in 1500 and now home to Count Ulrich Goëss-Enzenberg and his wife Katrin Goëss-Enzenberg, Tratzberg castle one of the best-preserved castles in the whole of Austria, boasting many original furnishings and fittings.
13:00 – depart castle by private coach for Innsbruck airport
14:00 - arrive Innsbruck airport
16:10 - easyJet return flight EZY8696 to London Gatwick
17:05 – arrive London Gatwick
Where you will stay
Hotel Plankenhof 4*, Pill – 5 nights
This listed Gothic house in Pill dates back to 1460. Originally an inn where hundreds of horses were kept during the heyday of silver mining in the region, Plankenhof is now a charming hotel, owned by the eleventh generation of the Enzenberg family. Comfortable bedrooms, a cosy bar and restaurant, sauna and sunbathing area make it the perfect place to relax and recharge at the end of a day exploring. The hotel also boasts its very own Schnapps Museum, housed in a 500-year-old vaulted cellar.
easyJet flights from London Gatwick to Innsbruck with our Essentials Package* are included.
EasyJet Essentials includes: One small under seat cabin bag (max 45 x 36 x 20 cm), 23kg hold bag, Standard seat
Once in Austria, you will travel by private coach.
OUTBOUND Thursday 7 September
Depart London Gatwick 12:30 on EZY8291, arrive Innsbruck 15:30
RETURN Tuesday 12th September
Depart Innsbruck 16:10 on EZY8696, arrive London Gatwick 17:05
A Deeper Dive
Discover how farmers of the Ziller Valley lived at this meticulous recreation of an entire farm, dating back to 1713. The original location of the Ental farm that houses the museum was in Burgstall/Schwendau but it was moved and re-built as a museum in Zell in 1991. Visit the ‘Machkammer’ and see displays of farming tools covering 300 years of farming life, the court chapel, a garden and a hut where Schnapps was distilled.
Lying at the foot of the Nordkette Mountains, Innsbruck is a place where the urban meets the Alpine. It is also steeped in history, a city where visitors can take a step back to the middle ages in the medieval old town and walk in the footsteps of the Habsburgs. Sites not to be missed include:
The Golden Roof
Innsbruck’s most famous landmarks shines in the heart of the historic old town. The gleaming alcove balcony gets its name from the 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles that adorn the roof. Built by Emperor Maximilian over 500 years-ago, the structure below is richly decorated with a wide variety of figures and images, including a tiny bare bottom that no one can explain and, on the front, the Emperor himself next to both of his wives, Maria von Burgund and Bianca Maria Sforza. Another eye-catcher are the morisco dancers with their twisted limbs, the break-dancers of the Middle Ages.
The Imperial Palace
The Imperial Palace was originally completed in 1500 under Emperor Maximilian (1459-1519), and the original Crest Tower bearing his coat of arms, can still be seen today. Most of the rest however, dates back to Maria Theresa’s visit there almost 250 years later. She deemed the castle to be behind the times and arranged for it to be rebuilt in the Viennese late Baroque style, sending her best artists – Konstantin von Walter and Nicolaus Parcassi - to Innsbruck. Martin van Meytens and his school and Franz Anton Maulbertsch were also appointed to do the interior. The renovations were completed in the 1770s. Following the death of her beloved husband, Frances I, Maria Theresa had the room where he died converted into a new chapel and built the Triumphal Arch, one side of which is dedicated to mourning, while the other commemorates the wedding of her son Leopold.
In the 19th Century, the governor of Innsbruck Karl Ludwig had the Inner Apartment refurbished for his sister-in-law Empress Elisabeth. Every room was decorated in a different colour and the furniture, by Viennese court artist August La Vigne, was adorned with exquisite silks.
Following the end of the monarchy in 1918, former Imperial possessions became state property and today the Imperial Palace is the third most important historic building in Austria.
The Court Church
The Court Church is known by the locals as ‘Schwarzmander Church’ thanks to the 28 life-size bronze figures that stand guard over the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I. It is an odd name, given that eight of these ‘schwarzmander’ (black men) are actually women! Nor is their guarding necessary as the magnificent tomb he planned for himself lies empty. (Maximilian I’s body is buried in Wiener Neustadt. His tomb wasn’t completed until three decades his death when it was discovered that the foundations and walls of Wiener Neustadt weren't strong enough to bear its weight.)
The Emperor’s tomb takes pride of place in the church, but it is also home to legendry local heroes such as the freedom fighter Andreas Hofer who, in 1809, led thousands of brave Tyroleans against Napoleonic troops on Bergisel. He was executed for his efforts but is still revered as a hero in Innsbruck.
The Silver Chapel, named after the magnificent silver altar and Madonna by Imperial architect Giovanni Lucchese, is another highlight. Archduke Ferdinand II and his wife Philippine Welser, a local superstar known as ‘The Queen of Hearts’, are buried here. The chapel also boasts a very special Renaissance wood-pipe organ.
Innsbruck comes right into the 21st century thanks to the state-of-the-art Hungerburgbahn funicular system connecting the city centre with the city district of Hungerburg at the foot of the Nordkette mountain group. Designed by late-great architect Zaha Hadid, the system has four stations, Congress in the city centre, Löwenhaus, Alpenzoo, and Hungerburg. The stations with their smooth, shell-like structures, are a direct nod to frozen fields of snow, and riding the funicular feels like floating among, or gliding on top of, flowing slivers and tongues of ice.
The Karwendel Nature Park covers almost the entire Karwendel Mountains, famous for their wild, craggy peaks, extensive forests and lush meadows. At 727 square kilometres in size, it is Austria's largest nature park, and one of the oldest in Europe. The primordial vegetation has remained in-tact and it is home to many rare animals, including golden eagles, ibex, sandpipers, three-toed woodpeckers, owls and woodcock and plant species such as the German tamarisk, wild orchids and ancient sycamore trees.
Our hike takes place in Hall Valley, right in the heart of the Nature Park, and starts and ends at The Chapel of St. Magdalena, a former monastery set amidst a forest glade. First built in 1441, the old brick cellar, which served as a refuge from avalanches and as a storage place for food, still exists today. The neighbouring church is still in good condition after being restored in 1946, 500 years after its first consecration.
This unique, dazzling crystalline world was created by Austrian artist André Heller to mark the 100th anniversary of the Swarovski Company and has been described by leading travel guide Lonely Planet as one of the most 'thrilling, memorable and interesting" places on earth.
The magic begins the moment you arrive when, rather than pushing a revolving door, you step through a giant’s head and straight into a Chamber of Wonder. Or 17 Chambers of Wonder to be precise. Inspired by a sixteenth-century attempt to assemble a universal collection of all the knowledge known at the time, the Chambers of Wonder at Swarovski Crystal Worlds are places of sparkling fantasy designed by a roster of internationally acclaimed artists, designers and architects.
Every one of these crystal-filled chambers is guaranteed to amaze and enchant, but if we had to pick a favourite, it would be ‘Silent Light’. Filled with 150,000 Swarovski crystals, the centre piece of this romantic winter wonderland is a spectacular crystal Christmas tree, originally designed by Dutch designer Tord Boontje and the late, great, British fashion designer Alexander McQueen for the foyer at the Victoria & Albert Museum. When its brief appearance in London came to an end, Swarovski brought the tree to Wattens where, in 2015, it became the centre piece of the ‘Silent Light’ Chamber of Wonders. Placed on a revolving stage, it casts spellbinding rainbow light reflections around the room.
The magic continues out in the garden where contemporary art combines with ancient history and unique pleasures. Created in collaboration with artists and architects from across the globe, highlights include a sparkling Crystal Cloud, a gleaming Mirror Pool, and a multi-sensory play tower.
Austria’s smallest town (population 400) is tucked between a 10th Century hilltop fortress and the River Inn. The medieval center owns its prosperity to the development of the glass industry and the cobbled streets and winding alleyways are still dotted with specialist glass shops, including the 70-year-old Kisslinger Glassblowing shops where visitors can watch glass blowers at work.
Nail-making was another thriving industry and you can still visit the 12th Century Nagelschmied (nail smith) Homes where around 2,000 nails were produced each day. Located at the foot of the castle, these houses are built right into the mountain at the western town gate to Rattenberg. Nail production in the town finally stopped in 1912 and the houses have been turned into an Arts and Crafts Museum where perfectly preserved timber panelled parlours, bedrooms and paintings show how people lived in former times and interpret the town’s history.
Rattenberg’s location made it a good spot to secure the trade that came along with River Inn and the citadel became an important seat of administration. In 1504, the town became part of the Habsburg Empire and Emperor Maximilian I expanded the original citadel into an imposing fortress. Today, this castle is lies in ruins, but the views of the town from here are spectacular. So spectacular in fact that the artist Egon Schiele, was inspired to paint it. The painting was printed on glass and is now installed in the same place where he sat with his easel more than 100 years ago.
Tratzberg Castle sits perched high above the valley floor between the towns of Jenbach and Schwaz. It is first mentioned in documents dating from the 13th century and was originally used to secure the border with neighbouring Bavaria. After falling into ruin, it was rebuilt by the Taenzl Brothers around 1500. To honour their clients, the House of Habsburg, the brothers erected the ornate Habsburg Hall complete with a wall painting depicting the enormous Habsburg family tree. Later, the Fugger Family, a wealthy dynasty of merchants from Augsburg, acquired Tratzberg Castle and expanded it further, adding the splendid Fugger Parlour and the Fugger Chamber. Most of what can be seen today is from this time.
In the early 19th century, the castle was plundered by Bavarian soldiers. Some 50 years later, the rather neglected estate came into the possession of the Enzenberg Family, and it has stayed in their ownership ever since. Thanks to the family’s dedication and efforts the castle became the very embodiment of a 16th century Tyrolean castle. Ulrich Goëss-Enzenberg and his wife Katrin Goëss-Enzenberg have been living here since 1991 and have opened parts of the castle, their family home, to the public and visitors can experience beautifully preserved rooms, including the Habsburgersaal, the Gothic Fuggerstube and the King's Room. There is also an audio guide in which former residents of the castle take visitors from room to room, telling them about the history of this magnificent building. Hands-on exhibits include helmets and swords to pick up and even try on.
Legend has it that there is a subterranean tunnel, running deep below the Inn River, guarded by a knight with a sword who cuts off the head of everyone who tries to get through. This myth might have its origin in the many galleries and tunnels that were built in the Schwaz Area during the silver-mining boom in the Middle Ages.
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