feel tradition

In the past lies the future. The power of tradition brings balance to the new. We offer an overview of the most impressive castles, palaces and fortresses in Tyrol. Some have now fallen into ruins, others are magnificent and house museums.

The Schrofenstein castle ruins are located at 1122 m on a rocky outcrop. It was used to monitor trade routes. +read
Today's Tratzberg Castle was built at the beginning of the 16th century in the style of a Renaissance castle complex. +read
Freundsberg Castle in Schwaz was built in 1150 and impresses with its good condition. +read
Ambras Castle in Innsbruck is the largest castle in Tyrol and is one of the most important castles in Austria. +read
Kufstein Fortress is one of the most important medieval buildings in Tyrol. The fortress was first mentioned in a document in 1205. +read
The castle is strategically located on a hill just above Landeck with a view of the entire area. +read
The ruined castle of Thaur is a piece of history in a breathtaking landscape and dates back to the end of the 12th century. +read
Ruins of Fernstein Castle and the palace below. The castle was a customs post and dates back to the 13th century. +read
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