Absam is always worth a trip. Due to its central location in the heart of Tyrol, both Absam and the Landgasthof Bogner itself make an ideal starting point for numerous excursions in Tyrol. You can reach many of these using public transport thanks to the good infrastructure.
You can get from Absam to Innsbruck quickly and efficiently using public transport. The most well-known destination in the state capital of Innsbruck is the Golden Roof surrounded by the magnificent Old Town. In addition to the city's main symbol, we can also count the Hofkirche, the Imperial Hofburg Palace, the Alpine Zoo, the State Museum Ferdinandeum, the Zeughaus, the Folk Art Museum and the Tyrol Panorama at Bergisel as some of the most significant sights in Innsbruck.
The town of Hall in Tirol, very close to our hotel, enchants with its renowned and well-preserved historic centre. Hall's coining tower and its connected coining museum is also one of the very many attractions where you can actually even mint a coin yourself.
The Tyrolean landscape presents itself in white dress and invites you to take a romantic walk. Visit any of the numerous Christmas markets close by! Delightful Christmas biscuits, fragrant mulled wine and festively adorned Christmas stands will put you in the Christmas spirit.
A colourful cosmos of glittering crystals, surrounded by contemporary art, awaits you in the Swarovski Crystal Worlds. A spacious crystalline park landscape, more offers for families and children, new culinary delights and lots more can be expected from May 2015 after the latest expansion has been completed.
Let yourself be swept on an exciting journey through time into the "Silver Middle Ages" and follow in the footsteps of the minors in the Schwaz silver mine. The historic centre with the largest Gothic church in Tyrol or the Planetarium are likewise worthwhile seeing.
The scenic train, the Tratzberg-Express, will take you into the late Middle Ages and up to the beautiful Tratzberg Castle. Successive owners have influenced the style of this unique jewel, which became the epitome of a 16th century Tyrolean castle and one of the most important cultural monuments in the region.
In the vicinity of Absam, embedded in the picturesque mountain scenery, there is still plenty more to be seen. Visit Ambras Castle, one of the most beautiful Renaissance castles of Austria, and take a look down upon the city of Innsbruck.
A trip to Tyrol's largest lake, Lake Achen, is always worth a visit. Take a Lake Achen boat cruise and explore one or more of the six moorings! The route from Jenbach up to Maurach can also be managed with one of the oldest steam rack-and-pinion locomotives in the world.
Also take a visit to the beautiful Rattenberg while holidaying with us at the Landgasthof Bogner. There you will experience the cycle from the glowing furnace through to the finished glass! Visiting here is a unique opportunity not to be missed to look over the shoulders of the glassblowers, glass cutters, engravers and glass painters, taking a look at their creative work.
This tourist magnet invites you to take a shopping stroll through its lively pedestrian area adorned with attractive shops, or spend an enjoyable evening at the casino. Seefeld is known and loved for its large selection of cross-country ski runs and for its romantic horse-drawn carriage rides.