End the Christmas season with a last visit to the Christmas market in Innsbruck’s old town. This is also where the first preparations for Innsbruck’s mountain New Year’s Eve take place, which attracts many visitors every year on New Year’s Eve. This year it will be different because of covid19 – the program will be adapted to the current situation.
There are five ski areas around Hall-Innsbruck: Glungezer (2020 with new and faster lift), Nordkette (ideal for snowboarders), Patscherkofel, Axamer Lizum (Olympic run), Schlick2000 (Stubaital) – a different area for almost every day. There are ski passes for only one ski area and also combinations (e.g. Olympia ski pass for Glungezer and Axamer Lizum). For children we can recommend a ski course in the Kinderland Rinn.
For non-skiers the old town of Hall offers many sights, with the bus line 504 (every 15 minutes) it is only 8km to Innsbruck. A visit to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, the silver mine in Schwaz or the planetarium is worth seeing. Hiking and walking trails as well as cross-country skiing trails are located in Gnadenwald at approx. 1000m.
Arrival: 27, 28 or 29 December 2020
Departure: 1, 2 or 3 January 2021 (extension also possible)
Duration: 6 days / 5 overnight stays
in double room Classic EUR 95,00 per person/night;
in double room Superior EUR 105,00 per person/night
up to 4 years free (own baby or cot EUR 10.00 per night), from 4-10 years EUR 220.00 and from 10-14 EUR 270,00 including breakfast and dinner.