Camping, hiking and fishing are popular pursuits of Tyrol's locals as well as visitors staying in a holiday apartment here, with the folds of the valleys offering seclusion despite the popularity of the region. Tyrol is originally the name of the alpine region nestled along the Alps and defined by the borders of Switzerland, where you can find lovely Apartments Bernese Highlands, Italy with its cute villas in Tuscany and Austria. Its current borders as an Austrian province represent only half of its former territory, the southern half now belonging to Italy.
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Have an amazing ski trip with Tyrol apartments
Austrian Tyrol has made impressive gains in establishing itself as a first-class tourist destination. Tyrol is more than just a premier winter sports playground, with a longstanding tradition of excellence in health spas, comparable to Karlovy Vary (also known as Carlsbad) in the Czech Republic. Skiers and snowboarders flock to the ski chalets and Tyrol apartments during the winter, though the area is very much worth a visit all year round. Tyrol’s uncertain place in pan-European politics has resulted in a local population that is adaptable, hard working and creative, and its industrial efforts have left large swathes of land untouched — which is good news for outdoors enthusiasts and holidaymakers, who are happy to discover a holiday cottage tucked away in the woods. As Austria is in such a central location within Europe, other European countries can easily be reached from your holiday accommodation in Tyrol, for example The beautiful region Trentino which is a part of Italy, and the Adriatic Coast if you'd like to take a walk along the beach.
Find the right accommodation for your holiday in Tyrol
For those who prefer not to stay in a hotel, the industry of holiday cottages is providing visitors and settlers with more and more high-end holiday rental options. Tyrol has made peerless efforts to bring its alpine experience to everybody, whether you're with a group of friends or on a family holiday. Wheelchair accessible mountain trails, for instance, are one of many thoughtful accommodations that Tyrol’s creative and highly conscious outdoors tourism industry offers. Booking holiday apartments and ski chalets make for an excellent holiday accommodation during your stay in Tyrol.