Visit Austria (Tirol) – Tyrol Travel Guide to Alpbachtal

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.

Visit Austria (Tirol) – Tyrol Travel Guide to Alpbachtal Playlist:

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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We visited Tyrol and attended The Social Travel Summit as part of a project managed by iambassador in partnership with the Tirol Tourist Board, Austrian Tourism Board and Alpbachtal Seenland.

Visit Austria (Tirol) – Tyrol Travel Guide to Alpbachtal Video Transcript:

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.

Music in this video courtesy of ‘Ikson’ from ( under a creative commons license.


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