Das einzige Hotel in Going, das nicht an der Hauptverkehrsstraße liegt.
Of course, a holiday at the Wilder Kaiser means first and foremost a lot of movement towards and on the mountain or enjoyable relaxation with a view of the mountain. In between, however, you will definitely want to discover new things beyond the edge of the valley or simply explore the special places around the four "Kaiser"-towns of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll.
|Going’s bathing lake is directly located at the edge of the forest with a panoramic view of the Kaiser mountains which look so close you could touch them. An international jury named it Tyrol’s most beautiful natural bathing lake – and not only because it is constantly fed by the springs of Wilder Kaiser.
Located only 5 walking minutes from Hotel Seiwald!
|Hintersteinersee in Scheffau
|Surrounded by the Wilder Kaiser natural reserve and 4 km above the town of Scheffau at 883 m above sea level, you will find Tyrol’s clearest and most beautiful mountain lake: Lake Hinterstein. This lake has a continuous quiet appeal with its turquoise-blue water, mirroring the summits of the Kaiser Mountains.
|“Söll is refreshing” in various ways – when it comes to food, conditions and the body. Part of the refreshment is provided by a bath in the town centre’s new lake. Since summer of 2012, the up to 11 m deep Ahornsee (maple lake) has been providing cool water and fun, e.g. at the diving platform with “Blob”.
|The “Kaiserbad” (which means Emperor’s bath) has truly earned its name: it lies on the foot of the majestic mountain range and while you can enjoy the jacuzzi bubbles in the sauna-warm water pool, you will have a sublime view of the Tuxeck and Treffauer summits.
|The Bergdoktor’s house in Ellmau: The Hinterschnabel farm was first mentioned in the village history books in 1694. In 1985, the former mayor of Ellmau, Johann Leitner, takes over the farm from his mother.Until the film team of the Austrian TV show “Bergdoktor” (mountain doctor) became aware of the farm in 2007, the living quarters stayed empty because there was no electricity. Since the Bergdoktor is running his film practice there, the former farmhouse parlours were carefully converted and renovated.
|Hohe Salve – 1.829
|At an altitude of 1,829 m, Hohe Salve offers spectacular views of Wilder Kaiser if you look towards Söll. The location with one of Tyrol’s most beautiful panoramic views is already an experience in itself. But with Hexenwasser below you, why not explore the mountaintop, where visitors are welcomed by Salvenriese, the talking giant.
|Swarovski Kristallwelten are located in Wattens, right on Innsbruck’s doorstep. Since 1995, this magical place, which was created b Viennese allround artist André Heller, has fascinated millions of visitors from all over the world. Step inside the spouting giant to be enchanted by sparking crystals in the 14 cabinets of wonder. Each room is decorated with multi-coloured crystals to create an atmosphere of marvel and relaxation, and to touch the glittering stones or virtually journey into phantastic worlds.
|The “mother of mines” promises a thrilling journey into the history of what was the largest silver mine in the Middle Ages. After the descent with the mine train you can expect an unusual experience underground.
|Explore the world of handmade candle art! Wax museum with precious real size wax figures, live production and factory outlet.
|Museum Tiroler Bauernhöfe
|The Tyrolean farmhouses museum in Kramsach lets you take a look into the working and living conditions of our ancestors. A touch of nostalgia can be felt around the farmhouses and very good information explains what life was like back then.
|See for yourself how our glassmakers produce something for the senses from this versatile material. There is also a shop and an outlet.
|Once built as a strong fortress, today it is a popular attraction for guests from all over the world and also an impressive landmark and important cultural highlight.
|Hike and relax in the untouched nature amongst approx. 200 endemic and exotic animals within an area of 40 ha. Highlight is the wildlife feeding at 2.30pm, a spectacle of nature.
|Innsbruck, the state capital, has developed historically. Explore sights such as the Golden roof, the Olympic museum, the Triumphal Arch and the Alpine zoo
|Mozart’s hometown by the Salzach river is always worth a visit. But please remember that the culture and sights require more than one day: see the birth house of the famous composer in Getreidegasse, go up to Hohensalzburg castle or down to Mirabell castle and its garden, walk through all the museums, squares or Haus der Natur. The traditional coffee houses and trendy shops of the city invite you to stroll, shop and relax. And close-by, there is more than just Hellbrunn Palace with its trick fountains and its zoo waiting for you.
|This city’s heart beats loud and strong. Kitzbühel, sports city number one in the centre of the Alps, combines tradition and lifestyle as charmingly as no other city. But Kitzbühel’s myth is not only due to its unique charm, but also its sports vibe as well as top of the art hotels and restaurants, making Kitzbühel the prominent hot spot in the area.
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