Seefeld Lake & Mountain Holidays


Situated on an open, scenic plateau just 16km away from Innsbruck, Seefeld is a large vibrant village offering something for everyone. The resort is ideally located to explore the surrounding Tyrolean valleys such as the Ötztal or the Zillertal, as well as nearby Germany. Seefeld has excellent leisure facilities and many cafés, restaurants and shops line the picturesque pedestrian zone. The area around Seefeld is especially suited for hikers as the walking trails are varied and suitable for all levels.

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Additional Information
Useful Information
  • Flight time from London: 2 hours
  • Innsbruck Airport: 21km from the city centre; transfer time about 30 min
  • Currency: Euro
Attractions

Seekirchl Church

Arguably the towns most famous landmark, the Seekirchl Church is visible from far away and across the whole town. First built in 1628, the curch boasts a unique, octagonal centre piece in a class Baroque style.

 

Way of the Cross

Created in 2000, the Way of the Cross trail leads from the parish church all the way to the town's highest point, Pfarrbichl Hill. Designed by Seefeld born archiect, Michael Prachensky, the huge boulders, represent the 12 apostles standing around Jesus' tomb.

Where to stay

Klosterbraeu

This historic, 5* hotel is located in the very heart of Seefeld town. Set in a 500 year old monastery this hotel boasts, amoung its many attractions, a 2500sq metre spa.

 

Central hotel

Know locally for its warm, family run atmosphere, the Central Hotel is the perfect place for families. The excellent service and comfortable apartments are accompanied by a special, wellness area.

 

Larchenhof

Those wantin to take advantage of Seefeld's excellent skiing opportunities will benefit from a stay at the Larchenhof hotel. Located netxt to the nursery slopes, this 4* hotel all includes an exclusive wellness area .

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