The Krimml Waterfalls, with approximately 400.000 visitors per year, are one of Austria’s top 10 most visited attractions, and the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. An average of 5.6 m³ of water per second plummets into the valley over the three stages of falls, with an entire impressive waterfall drop of 380 meters.
Within the silver mine in Schwaz, you can experience the hard life of underground mining 500 years ago. The Classic Tour of 90 minutes allows you to take a look at the role Schwaz played on the scene of the Medieval world.
The Hofkirche (Court Church) in Innsbruck with the cenotaph of Emperor Maximilian I is the most important historical monument in Tyrol. The cenotaph is ringed by 28 larger than life (200-250 cm) bronze statues representing the Emperor’s ancestors, relatives and heroes. The Hofkirche also houses the tomb of Andreas Hofer (Tyrol’s national hero) and the Silver Chapel.