The world more than 100 years ago
Castles and palaces belong to Tyrol - and especially to the Silberregion Karwendel. High up on the mountain or in the midst of untouched nature, the ancient buildings can be found. Some stand empty and you can make up your own story on a tour about how it might have been here 100 or even more years ago. Others have exhibition rooms and museums where it becomes clear how life was long ago in the Silberregion Karwendel.
Freundsberg CastleCurrently Closed Open! Open! Open! Open!
|Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa||10:00 - 22:00|
|Su||10:00 - 18:00|
- Place: Schwaz
Visible from afar, Burg Freundsberg Castle sits enthroned on a hill high over the City of Schwaz.Read more
Tratzberg CastleCurrently Closed Open!
- Place: Jenbach
This mighty, yet magical castle sits enthroned on a rocky ridge on the slopes of the Karwendel between Jenbach and Schwaz: The magnificent Renaissance Castle of Tratzberg.Read more
Castle Ruin Rottenburg
- Place: Buch in Tirol
A retrospective of nobles and saints. A cold wind blows through the preserved walls of the Rottenburg ruin. These stone witnesses survived and tell of the time when the castle was still the administrative centre and economic hub of Tyrol. It was first mentioned in 1149.Read more