Useful information

Plan your trip to Ischgl in Tyrol

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Up for an adventure?

Ischgl, a top-class holiday destination

From day trips to multi-day stays

Will you only be visiting the Paznaun valley for a day, or do you have more time to explore the region? Depending on how long you will be staying, you can choose from a variety of options – whether you’re looking for sporty outdoor activities, relaxation or family fun.

Getting to the Tyrolean holiday destination is easy – for day trippers as well as for guests staying longer. With our useful information on things like Ischgl’s cable cars or the weather forecast, your holiday planning will be done in a jiffy, leaving you with more time to enjoy the anticipation.

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Views of Ischgl

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing” – you’ve probably heard that one before. Although this might be true, it’s still useful to check the local weather forecast before your trip and prepare for your holiday activities accordingly. If you would like to see live footage from your selected destination, you only need to click on to get to the region’s webcam feeds.

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Plan your trip

Let’s go to Ischgl in Tyrol!

Easy to reach

There are many ways to get to Ischgl. If you want to travel to Tyrol in an eco-friendly and almost climate-neutral way, we recommend using the bus or train. It’s also easy to get around the region without a car. After all, public transport is free of charge for holders of a guest card from Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl or See.

Exciting days, restful nights: If you stay in Ischgl for several days, you will enjoy coming back to an inviting accommodation after an eventful day. Get a good night’s sleep at one of the region’s many accommodation options!

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Explore Ischgl

Once you have arrived in Ischgl, it’s only natural that you want to make the most of your stay. Hiking, mountain biking, swimming, having a stroll through the village streets, visiting a spa – Ischgl offers leisure activities for every taste. Families with kids can choose from a variety of options both in summer and in winter. Plus, Ischgl is also a popular destination for those travelling with dogs.

Our tip: You don’t have to be a professional mountaineer to conquer the mountains of Tyrol. Simply hop on the local cable cars and ride safely and comfortably to the summit.