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    As popular in summertime as it is in winter, Seefeld perches high on a sunny plateau surrounded by the craggy limestone peaks of the Alps. This Tyrolean village boasts numerous luxury hotels together with a winning combination of gentle lakeside walks and much more challenging Alpine hikes.

    Formerly an ancient farming village and important trading station, Seefeld is located 20km to the northwest of Innsbruck. Important since Medieval times, the village provides its own attractions and landmarks with the photogenic, and many a jigsaw maker’s favourite, the Seekirchl chapel, located at the entrance to the village. Considered to be the symbol of Seefeld, it’s a picture-perfect, onion-domed white Tyrolean church set against the backdrop of piercingly blue skies, snow-capped peaks and lush, verdant pastures strewn with alpine flowers; you can almost hear the clamouring of the cowbells. Additional sights include the former monastery of the Hotel Klosterbräu and the late-Gothic parish church of St Oswald. In Seefeld itself, the centre is pedestrianised with a range of boutiques, cafés, restaurants and bars and many visitors take the short scenic train journey directly from Seefeld for a day out in the charming old town of Innsbruck with its wealth of medieval and imperial architecture, sophisticated boutiques and wide selection of both typical and fine dining restaurants

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As popular in summertime as it is in winter, Seefeld perches high on a sunny plateau surrounded by the craggy limestone peaks of the Alps. This Tyrolean village boasts numerous luxury hotels together with a winning combination of gentle lakeside walks and much more challenging Alpine hikes.

Formerly an ancient farming village and important trading station, Seefeld is located 20km to the northwest of Innsbruck. Important since Medieval times, the village provides its own attractions and landmarks with the photogenic, and many a jigsaw maker’s favourite, the Seekirchl chapel, located at the entrance to the village. Considered to be the symbol of Seefeld, it’s a picture-perfect, onion-domed white Tyrolean church set against the backdrop of piercingly blue skies, snow-capped peaks and lush, verdant pastures strewn with alpine flowers; you can almost hear the clamouring of the cowbells. Additional sights include the former monastery of the Hotel Klosterbräu and the late-Gothic parish church of St Oswald. In Seefeld itself, the centre is pedestrianised with a range of boutiques, cafés, restaurants and bars and many visitors take the short scenic train journey directly from Seefeld for a day out in the charming old town of Innsbruck with its wealth of medieval and imperial architecture, sophisticated boutiques and wide selection of both typical and fine dining restaurants

Local Information

Language:
German, Italian
Currency:
Euro
Local time:
GMT + 1 hours
Local airport:
Innsbruck
Flight time:
1 hours 50 minutes

Featured hotels

Astoria Resort

5 Star

Enjoying a peaceful location in an impressive 20,000m2 park and with glorious views of the Tyrolean mountains, the luxurious and chic Astoria Resort is one of the 24 best hotels in Austria and boasts a superb wellness complex, first class cuisine and personal service.

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Featured hotels

Astoria Resort

5 Star

Enjoying a peaceful location in an impressive 20,000m2 park and with glorious views of the Tyrolean mountains, the luxurious and chic Astoria Resort is one of the 24 best hotels in Austria and boasts a superb wellness complex, first class cuisine and personal service.

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Local Information

Language:
German, Italian
Currency:
Euro
Local time:
GMT + 1 hours
Local airport:
Innsbruck
Flight time:
1 hours 50 minutes

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