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JENBACH MUSEUM The museum with its 700 m2 floor space and 19 rooms is dedicated to the following themes, showing exhibits, photographs, and documents:Industry: scythe manufacture, Jenbacher Werke, trainsNature: butterflies, birds, fungi, snails, shellsSport: alpine and winter sportHistory: Jenbach, important people from Jenbach, the South Tyrol "Option" of 1939 ACHENSEE STEAM COG RAILWAY The world's oldest steam-powered cog rail trains are over 117 years old. Whistling locomotives, hissing and steaming vents, pounding pistons, and hammering exhaust bursts guarantee an unforgettable steam train experience. Starting at the Jenbach train station, the journey to the Achensee takes 45 minutes and overcomes a gradient of 16 %. The Achensee is the largest lake of the Tyrol. There is a direct connection to the ships on the Achensee. TRATZBERG CASTLE Tratzberg Castle was built in the year 1500 high above the Inn valley between Jenbach and Stans, and was a hunting castle in th times of Emperor Maximilian I and the Fuggers. The late-gothic marvel was extensively furnished in the Renaissance and has been the home of the Counts Enzenberg since 1848. In perfect condition and completely furnished Tratzberg Castle provides its visitors a fascination audio experience (for children in the shape of a fairy tale) that showcases the impressive history of the place. THE KRIMML FALLS The Krimml Falls - the highest in Europe - with their impressive height of 380 m across three levels are the fifth-highest waterfalls on the planet. Constructed by the Austrian Alpine Association (ÖAV), a hiking path leads directly to this breathtaking natural spectacle. Experience the refreshing spray and the impressive strength of the water in the marvellous mountain scenery of the Hohe Tauern National Park. KÖNIGSLEITEN OBSERVATORY See the sky up close, in the highest observatory in Europe. The first glimpse through a telescope is something few people will ever forget - bizarre moon landscapes, the cloud bands of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, glittering star clusters, they all take our minds into other worlds. Gaze through our telescopes and discover shining gas nebulae or galaxies in the depths of space. SCHWAZ PLANETARIUM Be a bit closer to the sky in the Zeiss Planetarium in Schwaz. Aided by precision instruments, effect projectors, and audiovisual equipment, the events taking place above our heads in the cosmos are shown and explained. The constant changing of the shows makes the Zeiss Planetarium a cosmic cinema. ERLEBNIS SENNEREI ZILLERTAL DAIRY DISCOVER THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ORIGINS OF HIGH QUALITY FOOD!…so you know where it comes from!On behalf of all our hay milk farmers our Show Farm demonstrates the origins of high quality FOOD: hay milk derived from goats, sheep and cows, with an organic chicken coop and busy bees... Also equipped with a barn, mini tractors for children, relax zones & much more! …so you know how it is made!follow the entire production journey of processing hay milk into high quality hay milk products in our Show Dairy! Cheese, butter, yoghurt & more are created in a 6,000m² glazed production area, Visitors receive information via videos, display boards and audio guides in 6 languages! RATTENBERG Close by the Inn river, the medieval city of Rattenberg - the smallest in Austria - hugs the mountainside. Its 600 inhabitants live in restored town houses. Rattenberg is also called the "Glass City", offering everything that makes glass beautiful: engraved and painted glass, crystal glass, dishes, cups, bowls, etc. You can also watch glassblowers demostrate their skills. SCHWAZ SILVER MINE Experience a fascinating adventure below ground in the silver mine in Schwaz. The exciting journey back into the medieval past starts with an early highlight: the ride 800 m into the Sigmund tunnel, begun in 1491. The miners in Schwaz had the best know-how of the time and made Schwaz the biggest mining centre in Central Europe and the second largest locality in the Habsburg Empire. CANDLE WORLD BRIXLEGG In our unique wax museum we show you handmade and very precious was figures. Observe us at work! We gladly give you a free demostration of the art of candle manufacture.   WOLFSKLAMM GORGE ST. GEORGENBERG It was over 100 years ago that the Wolfsklamm in Stans was opened. Since then, thousands of vitors have seen this natural spectacle, and the Stallenbach with its white spray and emerald-green glow in the depths, will continue to rumble through the gorge. The wooden footbridges are technical masterpieces and take you to the Georgenberg, the entrance to the Alpine Park Karwendel. GRAVEYARD MUSEUM "WITHOUT THE DEAD" A trip to the city of Rattenberg is ideal for a visit of the so-called "exemplary cemetary". This cemetary "without the dead", which has been put together with a lot of hard work by the Guggenberger Family, beautiful examples of old craftsmanship have found a new home. Visitors are inspired by the inscriptions to consider life and death in a pleasant and contemplative atmosphere. SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL WORLDS IN WATTENS Embedded in a mysterious park, a glittering fairy-tale landscape awaits you and invites you to dream. The multimedia artist André Heller designed 14 underground chambers for the centenary of the Swarovski Company in 1995, creating a genuine marvel. The rooms' ever-changing crystal dress mirrors the innovation and dynamism that are the top maxims of the world-leading producer of cut crystal. BURG HASEGG WITH MINT TOWER AND MINT MUSEUM The museum of the Hall Mint - home of the Thaler and the modern Dollar - traces back a past in which wealth meant hard cash, money still possessed a magical gleam, and curriencies were as hard as the material they were made from. Modern audio guides take the visitors on a journey through half a millennium of European money history. INNSBRUCK The regional capital. In the heart of the Alps many diverse cultures of historical epochs meet an alluring landscape in a unique way. The city shows its many sights - the "Golden Roof" in the Old Town should definitely not be missed. A visit to the Alpine Zoo will be an unforgettable experience for the children. GOLDEN ROOF Visit the interactive museum with their newly adapted show rooms dedicated to the life and times of Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519). The new "Children's World" invites young visitors on an exciting journey of discovery in the museum. Enjoy a magnificent view from the grandiose bay of the Golden Roof. ALPINE ZOO More than 2000 animals belonging to 150 species from all over the Alps are waiting for you in the highest zoo in Europe. Animals of all sizes have found their home in the Alpine Zoo: the kinglet with its 5 grams is a real lightweight, whereas the Bearded Vulture with its 3 m wingspan is the largest bird of the Alps. The special experience for the entire family! FORTRESS KUFSTEIN  The stately Kufstein Fortress has long since secured itself a spot among the most popular trip destinations. The opportunity to "travel back in time" is like a magnet for locals, daytrippers, and tourists alike. Expensivly restored, the fortress constitues the much-adored and versatile "Pearl of Tyrol" and offers a stunning array of impressions and services to lovers of culture and history.

Winterspaß im Zillertal (2)

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Winter Fun in the Snow - Zillertal Arena

A special Winter - in Zell am Ziller ! Experience the ultimate in winter sports fun in the idyllic holiday resort of Zell am Ziller, at an altitude of 580 m! With a population of some 2,000 inhabitants and covering an area of 2.4 square kilometres, Zell is located at the very heart of the Zillertal valley. The market village is the valley's administrative and educational centre. The centuries-old tradition of lodging and the hospitality in Zell was documented as far back as 1428 when an envoy travelling from Italy to Salzburg noted that there was a very good inn there. Together with the surrounding mountain hamlets of Gerlosberg, Hainzenberg, Zellberg and Rohrberg, Zell can accommodate some 5,600 guests. Zell am Ziller is the first gateway to the fantastic Zillertal Arena ski resort. 139 kilometres of slopes and 51 state-of-the-art lift facilities at an elevation of between 1,300 and 2,505 metres offer the ultimate experience for winter sports enthusiasts from the beginning of December until Easter winter fun and Alpine flair at their very finest! Zell can only be described as an absolute paradise in the snow for families with ski and snowboard schools and  a children's park on the Rosenalm, the 7 km-long natural toboggan run on the Hainzenberg mountain which is floodlit until 1 am, and the 13 km-long cross-country skiing trail which connects with the trails to Hippach and Mayrhofen. A wild, twisting ride on the "Arena Coaster" guarantees the ultimate fun! The leisure park (Freizeitpark Zell) is yet another attraction in Zell with an artificial ice-skating rink, a curling rink, indoor tennis courts and a modern four-lane bowling alley. The cafe-restaurant with its kiddies play area offers superb views of the surrounding mountains. Magical walks through a sparkling winter wonderland are sure to make your holiday an experience you'll never forget! And, after a hard day's skiing or snowboarding, a visit to one of the apres-ski bars beside the base station is a must for the young and the young at heart!

Your Winter advantages in Zell am Ziller: First entry to the ski resort Zillertal Arena Family ski resort Gerlosstein in Hainzenberg Free ski bus with a valid lift pass 7 km long, until 1.00 am illuminated toboggan run 14 km cross-country skiing - 4 slopes 20 km winter hiking trails Apres-ski at the cable-car basestation and in the village 3 ski/snowboard schools Freizeitpark Zell (Leisure Park): skating rink, indoor tennis courts, bowling alley, etc. ARENA COASTER - rollercoaster in summer and winter! ARENA SKYLINER - Not for the faint hearted! Active Club "Aktivzentrum Zillertal": tandem paragliding, snowshoe hiking, etc. The oldest private brewery in Tyrol: Zillertal Bier Traditional Gauder Festival - Austria's largest spring and costume festival on 1st weekend in May! Steam Train of the Zillertalbahn Whatever you do, one thing is certain: the breathtaking winter scenery of the Zillertal Arena will stay in your memory long after the snow has melted! The pleasant little Gerlosstein ski area (929 m to 1,830 m), situated above the hamlet of Hainzenberg, is part of the Zillertal Arena lift association. With its 12.7 kilometres of slopes, it is a perfect ski area for families. The slopes are quiet and there is virtually no queuing time!

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Zillertal Arena - Your Holiday Paradise 365 Days a Year

ZELL IS A WINTER WONDERLAND AND YOUR HOLIDAY PARADISE: The skiing area “Zillertal Arena” is the largest skiing area of the Zillertal valley and extends from the village Zell im Zillertal via Gerlos to Wald-Königsleiten and Krimml-Hochkrimml. The area offers 143 kilometres of slopes and 52 lifts, where skiers and snowboarders will find a variety of goods for beginners and pros. Skiing to an elevation of 2,500 metres and almost absolute guarantee of snow ensure a perfect winter holiday for the whole family. 143 piste kilometres - 10 km black, 114 km red , 42 km blue 52 lifts | 177 hectares pistes with artificial snow family ski area Gerlosstein in Hainzenberg lifts can transport up to 82.690 persons per hour children's paradise | 8 ski and snowboard schools 36 lodges and snow bars | 200 km cross-country skiing tracks | 4 permanent racing tracks Arena Hot-Zone Snowpark and halfpipe in Gerlos Arena Coaster - the new tobogganing fun - right by the bottom station of the Zillertal Arena in Zell 1 artificial ice rink | 2 indoor tennis courts/Squash 7 km (night) toboggan run in Gerlosstein and illuminated toboggan runs in Gerlos und Krimml contact-free Liftkarte free ski bus children's reduced rate over 50%, teenagers -20% new in the Zillertal Arena: Skyliner Downhill run ONE THING IS SURE: THE FANTASTIC WINTER PANORAMA OF THE ZILLERTALARENA WILL BE IN YOUR DREAMS FOR A LONG TIME! Experience high-level winter fun in the top ski resort "Zillertal Arena" in Zell im Zillertal. This beautiful village lies 580m above sea-level, while the Zillertal Arena offers 166km of runs and 49 lifts between 1.300m and 2.505m altitude - from December to Easter! The lifts in the Gerlosstein area are perfect for families: 12.7 kilometres of quiet slopes with hardly any queues! Enjoy every minute of your stay on the longest tobboggan track of the valley (with floodlighting to 01:00 am).

ENJOY A WONDERFUL SUMMER IN THE ZELL AM ZILLER, AN IMPORTANT VILLAGE IN THE CENTER OF THE TYROLEAN ALPS. Zell am Ziller - you will love it. This little village in the heart of the Zillertal offers endless possibilite. Zell am Ziller has always been on an important transit route between Italy and Salzburg (since 1428 at least) - it's safe to say travellers are always welcome here. Another tradition is the "Gauder Fest", Austria's oldest spring festival, which takes place annualy on the first weekend of May. In summer, the "ArenaFUNten Club" offers leisure activites for children, "Genuss Aktiv" for adults. Zell am Ziller also offers a climbing area on Gerlosstein and the "Arena Coaster", a rollercoaster down the mountain! All of this certainly guarantees an extra portion of fun. Outdoor activities include walking, mountaineering, mountain biking, paragliding, swimming, etc. The Freizeitpark, or recretion park, in Zell offers you some exiting alternatives to skiing and snowboarding: an ice rink can be used for ice skating, curling and ice hockey, while there are also 4 lanes of bowling and tennis courts (indoors and outdoors!). The indoor courts in can be used in the winter and late at night, while the four outdoor courts also include a tennis wall and can be used in summer. Covering an are of more than 45.000 square metres, the Freitzeitpark has something to offer for everybody: there's also minigolf, volleyball, street soccer, football, and of course the fantastic outdoor pool with slides, whirlstreams, sports pool, and much more! As you can see, Zell is great both in summer and in winter. You will certainly find activities to suit you. The Zillertal Arena in Summer Zell, Gerlos, Königsleiten/Wald und Krimml - these 4 villages offer more than 400km of walking and hiking trails! There are countess possibilites for your trips, ranging from an easy walk along a stream to an exhilerating climb to the summit of a mountain. Hiking for kids The ArenaFUNten Wanderspass offers guided trips with kids - they will love it!

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Summer Holidays in Zell am Ziller, Zillertal Arena

With approx. 2000 inhabitants and a size of 2.4 km² Zell am Ziller is the heart of the Zillertal valley. A former gold mining center and now the main market town of the valley, Zell am Ziller is well developed for summer and winter sports. On an area of more than 45,000 m2 you will find every possible leasure facility: outdoor pools, slides, adventure playground, two beach volleyball courts, outdoor and indoor tennis courts, crazy golf, bowling lanes, fun court (volleyball, streetball, basketball), and finally the Garden of the Senses. The leisure park in Zell offers many options for tennis lovers. On the 3 indoor courts with their two glass fronts you can enjoy a fantastic view of Zell and its surroundings even while playing. During the outdoor season, 4 outdoor courts and a tennis training wall are ready to be used. Have something to eat and a well-deserved drink in the café-restaurant with a panorama view of the Zilertal mountains!

The last September Sunday is the day the cows return from numerous alpine pastures to their cowsheds. The return of healthy cows is marked with a great festival. Farmers drive their decorated cattle back home to their farms. They are celebrated by countless guests and locals. The festival of the cattle drive is celebrated extensively. Fun and entertainment with Zillertal music, farmers' market, "Schuhplattler" folklore groups, and much more. At the farmers' market you can experience old Zillertal craft and art, and there is a lot of traditional food to enjoy, from Zillertal and Tyrolean specialities such as "Zillertaler Krapfen" and "Melchermuas", and you can buy schnapps, honey, and cheeses directly from the farmers who make them, as a special souvenir to take home and remember the festival by. Whatever you do, one thing is certain – the magnificent mountain panorama of the Zillertal Arena will stay in your memory for a long, long time!  

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Tariff Guesthouse Erika & Apartments Olympia

Prices Guesthouse Erika   Summer Winter Double Room 26,00 to 30,00 40,00 to 45,00 Single supplement: 8,00 Euro per dayShort-stay supplement up to 3 days: 5,00 Euro per day Children 50% discount from 2 to 12 years in the room of the parents

Prices Apartments Olympia   Summer Winter TOP 1 for 2 - 4 Persons 50,00 to 80,00 55,00 to 150,00 TOP 2 for 2 - 5 Persons 50,00 to 90,00 55,00 to 170,00 TOP 3 for 2 - 5 Persons 50,00 to 90,00 55,00 to 170,00 TOP 4 for 2 - 3 Persons 45,00 to 75,00 55,00 to 100,00 Price in Euro valid per day for the apartment Extra cost: Final cleaning once local tax

Gästehaus Erika

Haus Olympia

Familie Stadlmeyer 
Karl-Platzer-Weg 5
A-6280 Zell am Ziller

Tel.: +43 5282 2342 
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Familie Stadlmeyer 
Aufeld 11 
A-6280 Zell am Ziller

Tel.: +43 664 9790 795
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