A secret tip is the Christmas market on the Hungerburg. Easy to reach daily via the - how could it be otherwise - Hungerburgbahn. The smaller and more comfortable version of the Christkindlmarket impresses with a magnificent view over the city. During a mulled wine you look at the panorama up to the Bergisel, which with its Olympic ski jump is certainly one or the other ski flying fan a term.
If one strolls through the advent weekends at Mayrhofner Advent, which is only 10 minutes away by car, discover above all traditional delicacies such as "Zillertaler Krapfen" or "Kiachl" with cranberries or sauerkraut, chestnuts, fried sausages and waffles.
The hectic rush of pre-Christmas breaks in Mayrhofen. Experience a place of silence and encounter. Living customs, open hearths, quiet and contemplative melodies.
Gift idea for your loved ones: "Zillertal Doggln" (warm felt slippers)
A famous and charming Christmas market is in Hall bei Tirol. In the historic old town you can stroll from the end of November to 24.12. especially comfortable through the small streets. The little visitors are particularly amazed at fixed times. Fairytale, storytelling and saga tellers enchant young talents here. In addition, it is great fun to feed the animals in the petting zoo and take a ride on the ponies.
You should definitely try "Strauben" a delicacy made from yeast dough, as well as cheese- and chestnut donuts.
The most famous Christmas market with all its variety in Tyrol is in Innsbruck. Daily from 15.11. until 23.12. at 05:00pm the tower windmakers perform on traditional orphans directly in front of the Golden Roof, the center of the Innsbruck old town. As you can dangle the soul with a fragrant punch, local delicacies and hot chestnuts and buy one or the other Christmas gift from 11:00am to 09:00pm at the market. At the Christmas Market on the market square, the historic carousel waits for bright children's eyes!
Much to discover in the "Riesengasse and the Märchengasse" - spot famous fairytales like "Frau Holle", the golden goose or the "Rumpelstielzchen".