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Enchanting Christmas markets, Christmas concerts and tranquil chapel hikes: The most contemplative time of the year becomes a special experience in the unique atmosphere of Seefeld.
All five municipalities - Seefeld, Leutasch, Scharnitz, Reith and Mösern - become atmospheric places full of experiences, contemplation and memorable highlights in the Advent season.
You shouldn't miss these unique events during the Advent in the Olympiaregion Seefeld:
Without a desperate search for a parking space and without bumper to bumper - those who travel by train will soon notice how much the environmentally friendly alternative will pay off in contrast to their own vehicle on the way to the Olympiaregion Seefeld. From Innsbruck you can reach the train station in Seefeld, directly adjacent to the pedestrian zone Seefeld, in about 35 minutes. Once there, guests can expect a real winter wonderland in contrast to Innsbruck! The same applies coming from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where the Atmospheric Christmas Market in Seefeld can already be seen from the railway station.
When my alarm clock rings at five in the morning, I crawl out of bed and yawn at the toothbrush. Actually I am a passionate late riser, but the day’s work of a traditional Tyrolean baker begins long before the first dawn. Today an experienced family business invited me to learn some secrets of the ancient craft.
When the snowflakes and the sound of Christmas music dance in the air and the heavenly scent of biscuits, mulled wine and firewood flow through the village, it is there: the Advent season. We enjoy the magic of the season in a very special way.
The Leutasch valley has a total of 2,380 inhabitants. Two of them are Hansi and Monika “Bantl” Neuner. They represent the Leutasch area like hardly anyone else: they have their roots in this area and put in a lot of effort to ensure others also get to know this beautiful place. It is they who are responsible for events like the Leutasch Chapel Advent. Hansi told us about their life and work in Leutasch.
What causes one to shiver and sweat, makes the other feel happy. Daniel (Danny) White is one of the very few people who think of the Krampus Day with anticipation instead of fear. Even before he had really learned to walk, it was clear to him that he wanted to become a Krampus. Of course the question arises: Why?
Hotel Helga is a three-star hotel in Seefeld that has been in family hands through three generations. Warmth, tradition, enjoyment and a welcome for their guests are the top priority of this family business. The tasty Tyrolean cuisine with an international influence ensures its quality with fresh ingredients from the local area. In the Christmas period the hotel guests are spoiled with a selection of seasonal biscuits from their own bakery.