One of Tyrol’s oldest pedestrian areas can be found in the centre of Seefeld in Tyrol. More than 60 stores there invite for enticing strolls. Those looking for a break from shopping can relax in one of the traditional cafés and cap off the day in one of the cosy bars in the evenings. Some outdoor terraces even operated on cool winter days with a few snow bars offering hot drinks. If that’s not enough entertainment, Seefeld has an alpine-style casino guaranteeing fun and entertainment.
… because that’s approximately how many inhabitants the small village Seefeld in Tyrol has. Thanks to its location amidst the Tyrolean Alps, Seefeld is a popular travel destination in every season and the perfect starting point for both winter and summer guests. More than 8,000 guest beds are waiting for you in Seefeld. The mountains don’t just offer a unique natural scenery but need to be scaled as well – be it on skies or snowshoes in winter or during an extended mountain hike in summer.
Beyond the mountains a walk through Seefeld always pays off. The Seekirchl, the landmark of Seefeld, invites you on a visit as the first stage. The snow-white Seekirchl is a popular photo motive, particularly in winter amidst the gorgeous snow-covered scenery. The parish church St. Oswald, one of Tyrol’s most famous pilgrimage churches, welcomes you in central Seefeld. Additionally, the village is known for celebrations in both summer and winter with one event after the other: the famous Street Art Festival, the traditional Seefeld Strudel Festival, the crafts festival known well beyond the village, the contemplative advent market, the Seefeld Snow Festival and many more.
Those longing for even more culture and entertainment are best advised to visit Innsbruck. Tyrol’s capital is only a 25-minute drive away from Seefeld and has so much to offer even beyond the famous Goldenes Dachl…