Holiday homes in Steinach am Brenner
Steinach am Brenner in beautiful Tirol got its name from the massive boulders that are prevalent in the area. Historically, the town was an important trade-hub dating back to 1242, when it had roughly 3375 citizens. The beautiful, dramatic mountainous landscape has a dreamlike quality to it, and it offers many possibilities for different activities, and its an interesting area to book a holiday home. Countless hiking paths and forest paths make the area a haven that nature lovers will enjoy exploring. If you choose to visit a holiday cottage in the winter, you should take a ride up the cable car in the town of Gschnitztal, and watch the town from above while it is covered in a soft carpet of snow. Fans of winter sports will not be missing anything either as the Bergalm ski resort offers great skiing conditions in the winter. You will never run out of attractions to explore with a holiday home in Tirol. Visit the stunning church of St. Erasmus, or visit some of the smaller churches such as Branch church of the Holy Ursula, or the Church of the Holy Ulric are definitely also worth a visit. Take a day excursion away from your holiday cottage and visit emperor Maximilian’s old hunting lodge, which is now being used as a government building, the Gothic Cloister in the area, or one of the many manors from the turn of the last century. The cooking in Steinach, and this part of Austria, is very regional and traditional. Try your hand at some traditional home cooking in the comfort of your own holiday home. Schnitzel is the most famous and common dish in this area, and is fairly easy to cook yourself, but there are many other delicacies to be discovered, many inspired by Hungarian, Czech, and Italian dishes. The wine from this area is bound in tradition and is in a league of its own. Whether you are planning a family holiday or just a getaway for two, this remarkable and beautiful region could be your next destination.
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