Austrian Tyrol, Austria, Seefeld
<p>The country-hotel Bergresort is one of Seefeld's most popular superior hotels, set in its own beautiful landscaped gardens with a natural pond and woodland. With an extensive full board menu, the food and service are excellent. It is located 10-15 minutes' walk from the village centre and has a full activity programme for guests including guided walks, and live music or piano entertainment most evenings.</p>
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A wonderful resort, brimming with Tyrolean culture, Seefeld sits on the border between Austria and Germany and is bustling with life and action all throughout the summer. Sitting on a sunny plateau above the Inns valley it is also great for those who want to explore the nearby city of Innsbruck, as well as taking in a more gentle pace of exploring the lakes and mountains region.
The walks and cycle routes around Seefeld are excellent, varying from easy to moderate each path and trail explores the outstanding beauty of the mountainous area at a leisurely pace.
Seefeld is rich in culture, with plenty of festivals and events to enjoy throughout the summer. Exploring other unique activities in the area has never been easier with our extensive excursion programme.
Seefeld food and restaurants
You can experience some truly delicious cuisine in and around Seefeld in a variety of different restaurants and bars that cater for different tastes and interests. Milchhof offers some traditional Austrian food and is a firm favourite of Inghams, and Klosterbrau Grill has a brilliant setting in an old wine cellar, serving their own home-brewed beers.
Seefeld wine and bars
Fleder Maus sports bar sits in the centre of town and is lively on the weekend evenings, and Woods is a popular après ski bar in the winter but opens out into a lovely sunny terrace in the summer that overlooks Seekirchl. Beer is the local drink of choice, and you can find home brewed beer on the tap at the Klosterbrau Grill.
Seefeld sits only 10 miles away from the city of Innsbruck, which makes an excellent shopping location for those who want to pick up a few designer goods, souvenirs, clothes, shoes, handbags and more! Getting to Innsbruck is easy, you can get the train from the centre of Seefeld and be within the city within 40 minutes.
Seefeld spas and relaxation
You can find a spa complex in the Olympia Leisure Centre in Seefeld where there are saunas, tranquility rooms, cold plunge pools, relaxation pools, massages on offer as well as beauty treatments.
Most 4-star hotels also offer spa facilities, but notably the Hotel Seespitz has a wonderful indoor/outdoor swimming pool, saunas, steam baths, infrared cabins, gym, massage and beauty treatments. The lake-side location adds to the charm of this hotel.
Seefeld arts, culture and events
With an action-packed summer calendar there is no shortage of things to do in Seefeld throughout the whole season! Experience a slice of real Austrian Tyrolean culture at one of the many town festivals, including the Strudelfest and Annual Dorf Festival.
Exploring further afield, Innsbruck is only a 40 minute train journey away is brimming with culture and history. Visit some famous international landmarks like the Golden Roof, Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle, Tyrolean Folk Art Museum and the Swarovski Crystal World.
For more information on travel and transport visit our Seefeld page
Book 2 full day excursions and receive a Lake Achensee & Rattenberg at half price. please book this excursion in the resort.
Neuschwanstein Castle & Oberammergau
Visit King Ludwig of Bavaria’s famous fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein used as the inspiration by Walt Disney for his Cinderella castle in his theme parks. Price includes entrance to the castle. On the way we stop to visit the historic Passion Play village of Oberammergau. Price includes castle entrance fee.
Full day, £44
Journey over the border for this popular full day excursion into Italian province of South Tyrol. Enjoy lunch in the famous spa town of Merano with its ‘Ladino’ culture, an interesting mix of Austrian and Italian influences.
Full day, £36
Lake Achensee & Rattenberg
Travel along the Inn Valley to Tyrol’s largest lake. Perhaps take a trip on the popular steam train or enjoy a scenic boat trip (optional). Also visiting Rattenberg, famous for its Crystal glass production.
Full day, £26
Ötztal Explorer tour
Discover the delightful beauty of the Tyrolean Alps - dramatic waterfalls, magnificent mountain peaks, stunning glaciers and fast flowing alpine rivers. A magnificent journey high up into the Ötz Valley, via the highest waterfalls in Tyrol. We lunch at the glacier, followed by an afternoon visit to the beautiful Stams Basilica. A real family experience, suitable for all ages.
In bad weather, a guided tour of the Stams Basilica replaces the visit to the glacier.
Full day, approx €38
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