Cities near Kirchberg in Tyrol - Salzburg, Innsbruck and Kufstein
Kirchberg in Tyrol is ideally located between Kufstein, Rattenberg, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich. These cities are located within a distance of 20 km and easily accessible by car. In each city, you'll find many attractions to suit every taste. Zoos, museums, castles, adventure parks and much more await visitors. The tourism offices in the cities will provide you with details on the attractions and help you plan your holidays.
- Kufstein - 40 km away
- Rattenberg - 50 km away
- Salzburg - 80 km away
- Innsbruck - 100 km away
- Munich - 120 km away
Kufstein - 40 km away
The city of Kufstein can be easily and conveniently reached from the townships in the Kitzbüheler Alpen. Kufstein is surrounded by fields, forests and lakes in the Tyrolean lowlands, in close vicinity to the German border. Centuries old culture competes with impressive nature. The center and landmark of the city is Kufstein Fortress, which towers on a hill overlooking the city. But not only the fortress, no many other historic buildings and landmarks shape the cityscape.
Tips for excursions
|Fortress Kufstein & Local Museum||the city's landmark|
|Römerhof alley - old part of the town||the old part of Kufstein and its tradtional houses|
|Tyrolean Glassworks - Riedel Glas||Adventure of perception|
|Madersperger Museum of Sewing Machines||dedicated to the inventor of sewing machines|
|Lakes Hechtsee, Längsee, Pfrillsee||Cool off in the swimming lakes in idyllic locations|
Rattenberg - 50 km away
Rattenberg with its barely 10 ha of area is the smallest town in Austria. The townlet is known for its glassworks. When strolling through the medieval pedestrian zone, numerous attractive details are revealed on the carefully restored medieval town houses. Do not overlook the many glassworks, for which Rattenberg has achieved its name as the town of glass. Attraction such as the Augustiner Museum, the nailer houses with the handicraft museum, the parish church or the glass blowing workshop in the Kisslinger house are well worth a visit. From the castle ruins by the castle hill you can enjoy wonderful views of Inntal valley.
|Kisslinger Glass||glass-making with tradition|
|Augustiner Museum||Tyrolean art treasures from nine centuries|
|Castle hill and ruins of Rattenberg Castle||breathtaking vantage points|
|Historic centre of Rattenberg||the medieval pedestrian zone|
Salzburg - 80 km away
Salzburg is the pocket-sized metropolis, located near the Kitzbüheler Alpen in Tyrol. Mozart and "The Sound of Music" are what Salzburg is famous for. The outline of the fortress, cathedral and church tower of the enchanting baroque city on the northern edge of the Alps make it so distinctive. Salzburg is also a UNESCO World Heritage - cultural site and the attractions are among the best-known in the world!
|Hohensalzburg Fortress||the fortress lies majestically enthroned above the city|
|Mozart's Birthplace||it's all about Mozart in Salzburg|
|Zoo and Hellbrunn Palace||a great excursion for the whole family|
|Museum of Modern Arts||the museum on the Mönchsberg in Salzburg|
|Museum of Natural History||an exciting museum showing everything from animals and history to culture|
Innsbruck - 100 km away
Innsbruck is the state capital of Tyrol and steeped in centuries of colorful history, which can be reached quickly from the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The palatial monuments such as the Golden Roof, the Imperial Palace or Ambras Castle date back to the period of monarchy in Austria. The successful blend of monuments and modern architecture is what makes Innsbruck special. The city is also an important sports hub, with the Olympic Winter Games having been staged here twice.
|Old Town and Golden Roof||a stroll through the historic part of the town|
|Imperial Palace and Ambras Castle||a journey back in time to the Habsburg dynasty|
|Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium||a 360° panoramic view|
|Alpine Zoo||Europe's highest situated themed zoo|
Munich - 120 km away
Munich, the state capital of Bavaria, is located just 120 km from the Kitzbüheler Alpen. The modern metropolis offers visitors a multitude of attractions for the whole family. Munich is known as a metropolis with heart - with much appreciation for joy of living. Lederhosen and fashion trends, beer gardens and shopping malls, big-city life and rural friendliness as well as unforgettable impressions and wonderful views. Apart from the many attractions, Munich is also home to the world's biggest alehouse - the Hofbräuhaus. Every year the Theresienwiesn is the stage for the Oktoberfest, the world's biggest beer festival.
|Zoo Hellabrunn||a trip around the world at the Munich zoo|
|Sea Life||the exciting underwater world|
|Bavaria Studios||Fuchur from "The Neverending Story" and others are expecting you|
|German Museum||the most visited museum|
|Hofbräuhaus||the most famous alehouse in the world|
|Botanic Gardens||over 14,000 species of global flora|