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..Vienna – Walk Down The Glorious Past

Salzburg – A Date With Mozart

Innsbruck – The Picture-Postcard Town

Salzkammergut – Relax And Rejuvenate

Graz – Immerse In History, Culture, And Food

Worthersee – A Summer To Remember

Bad Gastein – A Refreshing Treat For Body And Soul

Bregenz – Tranquil Days By The Lake

Wachau – Best Wines And A Dose Of History

Zell Am See – Pristine Alpine Wonders

Hoher Dachstein – The Three-State Mountain

Krimml Waterfalls – Austria’s Famous Paradise

Vorarlberg – Land Of Mountains

Tyrol – Heaven In The Alps

Carinthia – Lakes And Forests

Styria – Witness The Wildlife

Burgenland – Taste The Fine Wines

Hallstatt – Scenic Lake Views

Mostviertel – Old World Charm

Alpbach – Skiing And Sledding

Eisenstadt – Postcard Perfect Sceneries

Grossglockner High Alpine Road – Best Road Trip Ever

Lake Constance – Third Largest Lake In Europe

National Park Donau Auen – Into The Wild

National Park Gesause – A Rock Climber’s Paradise

National Park Hohe Tauern – The Land Of Austria’s Superlatives

Seewinkel National Park – For Birdwatching

St Anton am Arlberg – Best Ski Village

Vienna Woods – UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Krems – Explore Nature And History

Linz – Creative Capital

Schonbrunn Palace – Heritage Of Austria

Vienna State Opera – Rendezvous With The Culture

Eisriesenwelt Cave – A Unique Attraction

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Visit Austria (Tirol) - Tyrol Travel Guide to Alpbachtal

Join us as we visit Austria exploring thoroughly (Tirol) Tyrol in this travel guide to Alpbachtal which includes adventure travel in the Austrian Alps, delicious Austrian food (Tyrolean cuisine) and an incredible cow parade (Almatrieb).

Traveling to Austria for the first time coming to Tyrol was the perfect introduction to the country as it provided the stunning backdrop, outdoor activities, culture and food that we've been craving.

Let's find out what Tyrol has to offer travelers.

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Intro to Alpbachtal Valley in Tyrol, Austria - 00:01
Stay in a traditional Tyrolean farmhouse - 00:31
Day 1 in Tirol, Österreich - 01:11
Tyrolean Food (Kasspatzen) at Kaiserhaus Gasthof in Brandenberg - 01:14
Pruegeltorte (Tyrolean Cake) Cooking Demonstration - 02:28
Hiking the Kaiserklamm Gorge in Tyrol - 03:46
Dinner in Reith im Alpbachtal with live music - 05:02
Day 2 in Tirol, Österreich - 05:25
E-biking in Tyrol around Alpbach in the Austrian Alps - 05:40
Farmkehr Alm mountain-top restaurant overlooking Alps - 07:21
Eating Tyrolean Desserts at Rohrerhof in Kramsach - 10:10
Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum (Museum Tiroler Bauernhöfe) - 10:33
Day 3 in Tirol, Österreich - 12:11
Gondola ride to Wiedersbergerhorn - 12:20
Hiking in the Austrian Alps (Wiedersbergerhorn) - 13:23
Coffee with mountain views - 13:27
Lunch in Reith im Alpbachtal- 14:31
Almatrieb “Cows Come Home Parade” - 14:46
Outro visiting Alpbachtal Valley in Tyrol - cows, mountains & food - 17:05

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Today we’re showing you around one of the most picturesque corners in all of Austria: the Alpbachtal Valley located in Tyrol. This was our first time visiting Austria and I don’t think we could have chosen a better place to start. While we only had 3 days in this region, we managed to pack lots of time in the mountains, sample the local cuisine and befriend more than one cow along the way. The following is our mini-travel guide to Alpbachtal:

After getting settled into our farmhouse it was time for lunch and boy were we hungry. We drove to Brandenberg where we ate at Kaiserhaus, a restaurant and guesthouse tucked out in nature.

Tyrolean Food at Kaiserhaus Gasthof - Seeing as this was our first day in Tyrol, we wanted to sample some Tyrolean food including gamey meats and noodle dishes.

Hiking the Kaiserklamm - This was a really nice walk that followed the course of the river and took us over a series of bridges and tunnels. We sure enjoyed the scenery.

After that we returned back to our town of Reith im Alpbachtal, where we had some more hearty Tyrolean food and listened to a bit of live music.

On day 2, we lucked out with clear blue skies, so after having breakfast in our farmhouse, we drove to the town of Alpbach. Here we got quick e-biking lesson, and set off to tackle the Alps in style.

It wasn’t long before we left the town behind and found ourselves in the middle of nature. We rode up valleys, over streams, through forests, and tackled some pretty steep inclines along the way, but as you can see, the scenery was stunning.

We drove to the nearby village of Kramsach, where we stopped off for - you guessed it - more food! We were famished after all that biking, and we didn’t hold back. We plopped ourselves down at Rohrerhof, where we proceeded to order cappuccinos, massive dessert platters and schnapps. The next attraction: the Tyrolean Farmhouse Museum,

Gondola ride to Wiedersbergerhorn - After a leisurely walk and enjoying the impressive views, something else caught our attention - a mountaintop restaurant with an outdoor terrace!

Almatrieb Cows Come Home Parade - By noon, the festivities were in full swing. But it wasn’t all about cows. There were also craft demonstrations, food stalls, and lots of bands playing for jovial crowds who created their own dance floors.

That sums up our trip to the Alpbachtal Valley in Tyrol - cows, mountains and a whole bunch of delicious food. See you next time in Vienna (Wien).

This is part of our Travel in Austria video series showcasing Austrian food, Austrian culture and Austrian cuisine.

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Austria (Tirol Österreich) Travel Video - A Visual Journey (Cinematic B-Roll)

Join us for adventure travel in Austria as we take you on a visual journey through Tirol (Tyrol) region as we explore the Alps and towns such as Alpbachtal and Alpbach. In terms of things to do in Tirol, Austria outdoor enthusiasts will find never-ending possibilities including hiking, skiing, biking, trekking and so much more.

Furthermore, Tyrol, Austria offers travelers interested more in culture and cuisine plenty of unique experiences such as the cow parade that takes place annually in Alpbachtal. Aside from the cows wearing elaborate decorations and cowbells the event features street food, crafts, traditional performances and live music. You'll find men in traditional Lederhosen and women in dirndl drinking beer, dancing and being merry.

During your travels in Tirol, Austria you'll blown away by the scenery which includes imposing snow-capped mountains, forests, valleys rollings hills, rivers and waterfalls. From our three days exploring Tirol (Tyrol) we left wishing we had more time to linger, explore and take it all in. We hope to be back again soon and we encourage you to visit as well.

This project was part of a post-trip campaign with iambassador for the Social Travel Summit in Kitzbühel in partnership with Visit Tirol of the Austrian Tourism Board: #STSKitzbuehel #FeelAustria #LoveTirol

Join us for a cinematic b-roll adventure as we take a visual journey around Tirol, Austria in this travel video. From architecture and scenery to local Austrian food and from popular attractions to off-the-beaten path activities we visit Tirol, Austria as tourists aiming to enjoy a slice of local life. In this video we cover stunning landmarks such as churches, museums, street art, stadiums, streets and parks of Tirol, Austria. We hope this Tirol, Austria travel video will inspire you to visit the country and create your own unique memories. These are our memories from our Tirol, Austria trip.

Austria (Tirol Österreich) Travel Video - A Visual Journey (Cinematic B-Roll)

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Begleiten Sie uns auf Abenteuerreisen in Österreich, wie wir Sie auf eine visuelle Reise durch Tirol (Tirol) nehmen, während wir die Alpen und Städte wie Alpbachtal und Alpbach erkunden. Im Hinblick auf die Dinge in Tirol, Österreich Outdoor-Enthusiasten finden Sie nie endende Möglichkeiten wie Wandern, Skifahren, Radfahren, Trekking und vieles mehr.

Darüber hinaus bietet Tirol, Österreich, Reisenden interessierte mehr in Kultur und Küche mit vielen einzigartigen Erlebnissen wie der jährlich im Alpbachtal stattfindenden Kuhparade. Abgesehen von den Kühen, die aufwendige Dekorationen und Kuhglocken tragen, kennzeichnet die Veranstaltung Straßenfutter, Handwerk, traditionelle Aufführungen und Live-Musik. Du findest Männer in traditionellen Lederhosen und Frauen in Dirndl, Bier zu trinken, zu tanzen und fröhlich zu sein.

Während Ihrer reisen in Tirol, Österreich, werden Sie von der Landschaft weggeblasen, die schneebedeckte Berge, Wälder, Täler, Hügel, Flüsse und Wasserfälle einschließt. Von unseren drei Tagen, die Tirol (Tirol) erforschten, ließen wir uns wünschen, dass wir mehr Zeit hatten, zu verweilen, zu erkunden und alles zu nehmen. Wir hoffen, bald wieder zurück zu sein und wir ermutigen Sie auch, zu besuchen.

Begleiten Sie uns auf ein filmisches B-Roll-Abenteuer, während wir in diesem Reisevideo eine visuelle Reise durch Tirol machen. Von Architektur und Landschaft bis zu österreichischem Essen und von beliebten Sehenswürdigkeiten bis hin zu ausgetretenen Wegen besuchen wir Tirol als Touristen, die ein Stück vom lokalen Leben genießen möchten. In diesem Video behandeln wir atemberaubende Sehenswürdigkeiten wie Kirchen, Museen, Straßenkunst, Stadien, Straßen und Parks von Tirol, Österreich. Wir hoffen, dass dieses Reisevideo aus Tirol, Österreich, Sie dazu inspirieren wird, das Land zu besuchen und Ihre eigenen einzigartigen Erinnerungen zu schaffen. Das sind unsere Erinnerungen an unseren Tirol-Trip.

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This is part of our Travel in Austria video series showcasing Austrian food, Austrian culture and Austrian cuisine.

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Are you heading to Alpbachtal or in Wildschönau Tirol, Austria, for your summer holidays? Then this is the video for you with all the best things to do in Alpbachtal & Wildschönau!

I’m going out on a limb here in saying I bet you’ve never heard of Alpbachtal or Wildschönau before? Don’t worry, I hadn’t either until I visited this incredibly beautiful place in Austria!

Located in Tirol in southern Austria, Alpbachtal & Wildschönau (pronounced Wilt-sher-now) are two of those places that fly under the radar. You won’t see them in any “Top 10 Places to Visit Before You Die” listicles, but that’s what makes them both amazing places to visit.

In the summer everywhere you look is bathed in green. For me, this is what Tirol and Austria is all about!

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Austrian Lakes - The most beautiful Swimming Lakes in Tirol

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This is Austria and it is insanely beautiful! This Austria travel vlog, we visit the beautiful Tirol and show you why you need to visit Austria. This Tyrol travel guide shows the must visit lakes in the Austrian Alps and the scenic drive, the Fern Pass. Definelty one of the best road trips in Europe. We were lucky to see a traditional festival in the small Austrian town of Nasserith where we were staying. The 3 lakes we visited were Lake Plansee, Lake Blindsee and Lake Fernsteinsee and we would reccomend them all.

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Tyrol (or Tirol) and Salzburgerland are two mountainous regions of Austria. Mariapfarr is a municipality in Salzburgerland of 2,500 citizens. In the winter it is a popular ski destination for wintersport. Mariapfarr has a ski area of 30 kilometers of pistes in total. The highest peak is 2,115 meters.

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Set within the magnificent Alps, the Tyrol is a picturesque state in the west of Austria and is one of the most beautiful areas in Europe. It contains many ancient towns, monasteries and fortresses that highlight the region’s history and its proud and hardy mountain people.Kitzbuhel was once a prosperous mining town but today, it is a world famous ski resort that is also popular in the summer months. The old town with its pretty middle class buildings that date back to the 15th century is a fine example of Austria’s country’s rural architecture. Around 4,000 people live in the village of Wildschonau, which is situated in a fascinating valley of the Kitzbuhel Alps that extend for some 24 kilometres. Niederau is the entrance to the Wildschonau region and Oberau is the main village in a valley that features eye catching farm houses whose carved wooden balconies are decorated with splendid flowers.The Alpbach Tal leads into an untouched natural landscape where at an altitude of 975 metres above sea level, is the remote mountain village of Alpbach, the most beautiful village in the Tyrol.Kuhtai is in the Stubaier Alps and can be reached from the Otztal via the Sellraintal that travels at an altitude of around 2,000 metres parallel to the Inntal.Each season of the year, this popular Alpine holiday region attracts visitors from all over the world. The Tyrol is a Land of Mountains and a natural treasure in the very heart of Europe!

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Drive Through Ski Regions Austria/Tyrol(Tirol)

Austria and all its neighboring countries are Schengen members so in theory there are no border controls.
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Achenkirch 610, 6215 Achenkirch, Austria, Get on A12/E45/E60 in Jenbach from B181,27 min (24.1 km)
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The Tyrol is a picturesque federal state in the west of Austria and one of the most beautiful areas in Europe set within the magnificent Alps. It boasts many ancient towns, monasteries and fortresses that highlight the region’s history.Kitzbühel was once a prosperous mining town but today it is a world famous ski resort that is also popular in the summer months. The old town, with its pretty middle class buildings that date back to the fifteenth century, is a fine example of Austria’s rural architecture. Westendorf was judged to be the most beautiful village in Europe and not without reason as it nestles picturesquely within a fertile high valley on the northern slopes of the Kitzbüheler Alps, an oasis of relaxation in contrast to the busy tourist centres of the surrounding area. The Fohlenhof Ebbs Stud at the foot of the Kaiser Mountains is the official location of the Tyrol Horse Breeding Union and is where the famous Haflinger horses are bred. Further west of the Inntal the Alpbach Tal leads into an untouched natural landscape. At an altitude of nine hundred and seventy five metres above sea level is the remote mountain village of Alpbach, the most beautiful village in the Tyrol which has maintained its traditional character with typical timber built farmhouses and balconies decorated with flowers. At the junction of Unter-Inntal and Ober-Inntal is the Tyrol’s metropolis of Innsbruck, the Florence Of The North. The nearby mountains form a magnificent backdrop for the Late Gothic city centre whose main street leads from the Triumph Pforte to as far as the Annasäule and then on to the Golden Dachl. Today this popular Alpine holiday region welcomes international visitors throughout the year and is most deservedly referred to as a natural treasure in the very heart of Europe!

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Dolomites - Südtirol, Alto Adige, South Tyrol 4k

This is my first film ever in the beautiful valley of Villnöß in the dolomiten. This does not show all the dolomites. I'm working on the biggest project for the dolomites next summer, that will cover all the dolomites in south of tyrol, so stay tuned!

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Wildlife Photography in the Alps (Tyrol, Austria)

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Walking from Austria to Italy (in 1 day) Tirol Tyrol Nature Hikes Trails

Two completely inexperienced and out of shape (ok, one of us falls in that category) nomads decide to take on the Austrian Alps (or, so we call them to make ourselves feel better). Check out our day-long trek from the southern-most valley (in this part of Austria anyway) to the northermost valley in Italy. We're clearly amateur hikers (we don't have the shoes, the gear, or even a clue about what we're doing) but, we had fun nevertheless. Check back every week for new videos we shoot all over the world: we're lifetime travellers (it's all we do: we're both homeless- hopping from country to country for 14 years now collectively). We're eachother's home, and our laptops are our means to sustenance.

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Hall in Tyrol, Austria is located about 6 km north-east of Innsbruck. Hall has the largest and best-preserved medieval Old Town of Tyrol. The name is based on the Middle High German word hal, which means salt source. Already in 13th Century the life of the city was determined by salt mining.
Due to the proximity of the silver mines in Schwaz, the provincial mint was moved from Merano to Hall, in 1477. The first silver coin, the so-called Urtaler, was minted here in 1486. In the 16th Century, the first minting machine, known as roll press, was used here and later it was in operation worldwide.
Today, Hall is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world.
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Hall in Tirol, Österreich, liegt ca. 6 km nordöstlich von Innsbruck. Hall besitzt die größte und besterhaltene mittelalterliche Altstadt Tirols.
Der Name geht auf „hal, das mittelhochdeutsche Wort für Salzquelle zurück. Bereits im 13. Jahrhundert bestimmte der Salzabbau das Leben der Stadt.
Wegen der Nähe der Silberminen in Schwaz, wurde 1477 die landesfürstliche Münzstelle von Meran nach Hall verlegt. 1486 wurde hier der erste Urtaler geprägt, im 16. Jahrhundert die ersten Walzenprägemaschinen entwickelt, welche später weltweit zum Einsatz kamen.
Heute ist Hall ein beliebtes Ausflugsziel für Touristen aus aller Welt.
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