Cloudy-3° / 9° CDetails & further outlook
Who lives and works in the Olympiaregion Seefeld enjoys the best quality of life, excellent accessibility, an ideal infrastructure and untouched nature. The highest plateau of the Alps at 1,200 metres above sea level offers plenty of sunshine, a fantastic panorama and promising jobs. Those who settle down in one of the five villages of the region that are all embedded in the impressive natural scenery of the Wetterstein mountains and the Karwendel mountain range, will quickly feel at home. The Olympiaregion Seefeld stands for arriving, coming home and feeling at home.
The advantages of the region as a workplace at a glance:
Short distances and best accessibility: The high plateau is not only easily accessible from all directions and by all means of transport, you are also mobile within the villages. The distances in Seefeld are short: in just 25 minutes you can walk from one end of town to the other. For more distant destinations, there is a well-developed regional bus network that takes locals and guests from A to B in just a few minutes. Another advantage is the excellent train connection: Trains from Innsbruck and Mittenwald stop every half hour in several towns in the region. The provincial capital Innsbruck is only 30 minutes away and can be reached quickly and easily by train and car.
Breathtaking landscape and natural outdoor sports: Living and working in the Olympiaregion Seefeld means enjoying real, untouched nature. And that directly from the house and work door and on 365 days in the year. Whether peaks, lakes and water places, easy walks, challenging e-bike tours, perfectly groomed cross-country trails or panoramic ski areas: nature lovers, sports enthusiasts and families will find what they are looking for here. Entertaining and exciting sports and cultural events throughout the year ensure that there is always something going on. The shops in the village centre of Seefeld and the proximity to Innsbruck ensure that shopping enthusiasts also feel at home.
Perfectly developed infrastructure: The be-all and end-all of a region as a place to live and work is a perfectly developed infrastructure. This applies not only to guests, but also to locals. A large and continuously improved network of public transport, various educational facilities, courses, doctors, shopping facilities, a variety of cafés and restaurants and various leisure facilities make the region worth living in. The region's infrastructure is world-class and benefits locals and guests alike.
Optimal altitude: Athletes appreciate the positive effect of the optimal altitude at 1,200 metres in the Olympiaregion Seefeld and "normal consumers" also benefit from it. The altitude has a real "doping effect" on health through increased production of red blood cells and their positive effect on respiration and circulation. The location also offers great advantages for allergy sufferers, as the majority of allergy-causing plants do not thrive or do not thrive to a large extent at this altitude.
Vegan in Tyrol? This might surprise you at first. But the holiday retreat aufatmen in Leutasch proves that these two things go well together. If you are looking for meat or any animal products on your plate, you will look in vain. Chef Florian Feckl cooks only vegetarian and vegan dishes. Skeptics and fans may let themselves be positively surprised in the restaurant and hotel aufatmen.
The sunny high plateau on 1.200 m is very well accessible from all directions! This is indeed the case, and that with all means of transport. In the following article I would like to give you some information about the most important travel options and solid arguments for the ideal accessibility.
Work & Life
Kathrin Leitner has achieved something that not many people can achieve: At the age of only 27, she became chief cook of a 4-star superior hotel. This is not only extraordinary because of her age but because she asserts herself in a man’s world. Kathrin told me about her recipe for success during a visit to her kitchen.