Tyrol is a multi-national historical region located in the heart of the Alps. It consists of North, East and South Tyrol. North and East Tyrol lie in Austria and together make up the Austrian federal-state of Tyrol with its capital in Innsbruck.
Innsbruck is the fifth-largest city in Austria and the provincial capital of Tyrol, as well as one of the largest cities in the Alps.
Mayrhofen is a skiing resort in Austria. It's also the main base for skiing on the slopes of Zillertal valley.
Pinswang is a picturesque historic Alpine village in the Austrian Ausserfern region of the northern Tirol.
Oberndorf bei Salzburg — in Austria's Tyrol region — and Laufen — in Bavaria, Germany — face each other across the River Salzach.
Ischgl is a small village in the Paznaun Valley in Tyrol Austria.
Ellmau is a small Tyrolean village in the heart of the Wilder Kaiser mountains.
Vils is a small town in Tyrol. It is close to Füssen in Germany and makes for a more sedate alternative base for trips to the castles of Hohenschwangau.
Lienz is a medieval town in East Tyrol, in the state of Tyrol in Austria.
- Location: Austria, Central Europe, Europe
- Population: 692,000
- Latitude of center: 47° 16' (47.2667°) north
- Longitude of center: 11° 24' (11.4°) east
- Average elevation: 605 meters (1,985 feet)
- Neighbors: Bavaria, Belluno, Carinthia, Graubünden, Salzburg, South Tyrol, Trentino-Alto Adige, Veneto, Vorarlberg
- Wikidata: Tyrol
- Wikimedia Commons: Tyrol
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Other Names for Tyrol
- English: Tyrol
- French: Tyrol
- Italian: Tirolo
- Russian: Тироль
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