Tyrol motorhome Austria

Discover Tyrol on your next motorhome trip

Are you planning to travel to Austria with your motorhome? Then the Tirol region is highly recommended! Mountain range after mountain range follow one another, with an idyllic mountain lake in between. But apart from nature, the region also offers beautiful old cities such as Innsbruck. This makes it an ideal region for all motorhomers. We list the highlights of the Austrian state for you with the following tips.


This attraction is only for the really daring, because on this bridge you float 110 metres above the ground! The Highline179 near Reutte connects Fort Claudia and the ruins of Ehrenberg. The castle ruins are about 700 years old. In the museum you can learn everything about the history of the castle. In addition, the annual 'Römer and Ritterspiele Ehrenberg' festival takes place here, where you can imagine yourself in a medieval atmosphere at the medieval market and during the knightly tournaments. Fort Claudia was strategically located and was therefore taken by the Bavarians in 1703, who occupied Ehrenberg. About 80 years later, it was closed down and was only inhabited for a short time. The castle was partially rebuilt and can still be admired today!

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- Do you dare to walk across the gigantic bridge?


In Kufstein you will find an extraordinary open-air organ. The organ was built in memory of the fallen dead in the First World War. Today, the organ also commemorates all the other conflicts in the world. In addition, it is the world's largest open-air organ. At noon, you can hear a beautiful chime playing that can be heard in the entire area! The organ can be admired in the fortress that rises above the city. The Panoramabahn drops you off right outside the door. There is also a museum here where you can learn all about the local history. The fortress also hosts various theatre performances that you can attend.

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- Discover the cosy centre of Kufstein with its many coloured houses! 


Wherever you look, when you are in Kaunertal on your motorhome trip of Tyrol, you are surrounded by mountains. The area is known among skiers and walkers for a good reason. The famous Eagle's path runs through this area, which is highly recommended! The area is also easy to explore by bicycle, but beware of the sometimes steep roads! Whichever way you explore the area, beautiful glaciers, meadows and valleys are guaranteed. The Kaunertaler Gletscherstraβe also runs through the valley. This is a beautiful 26 km long car route that takes you along the most beautiful points of the Kaunertal! You are assured of beautiful panoramic pictures.

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- On the Kaunertaler Gletscherstraβe you will encounter beautiful panoramas.

Pertisau am Achensee

Pertisau is located at the largest lake in Tyrol. A good reason to explore the area by boat! From the lake you can admire the beautiful surrounding mountain ranges. In the summer, you will also see plenty of water sports enthusiasts passing by. You can choose to go along with a boat or to hire one yourself. If you prefer to explore the area on foot, there are also several routes for all levels - in total some 500 kilometres. Both in summer and winter, the area is easily accessible for a pleasant walk. Cyclists will also get their money's worth here: there are 250 kilometres of cycling and mountain biking trails. The area around Pertisau is also known for its stone oil production. In the Erlebniszentrum Tiroler Steinöl (Erlebnis Centre for Mineral Oil), you can learn everything about how this raw material is extracted and processed. You will also find it in the care products which are sold in the area.


Innsbruck is perfect to explore on foot. During a walk you will come across the brightly coloured houses. A fun fact: the colour of the houses used to tell you which profession the inhabitants practised! Sights to see during your visit with the camper include the Hofkirche, a beautiful tomb where Emperor Maximilian was to be buried. In the end, he was buried in his home town Wiener Neustadt. The grave is decorated with many bronze statues and marble, so it looks very impressive! A nice place to visit is Mundig, a bakery where it seems like you step into a time machine when you walk through the door. It is highly recommended to get some goodies here for the camper! The rest of the city has plenty of beautiful historical sights, including the Glockenmuseum and the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum where you can learn everything about the history of Tyrol.

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- Walking through Innsbruck, you will come across coloured half-timbered houses like this one.


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