Self catering holiday homes in Steinach am Brenner
Steinach am Brenner is a small, bustling town in the famously beautiful Tirol region of Austria. The town is an old trade centre, with history dating back to 1242, when the settlement had a population of roughly 3375. Book a self catering holiday rental in the area and experience the wealth of different activities and sights you can see around the region. Countless hiking paths in the mountains, and serene forest trails, make the area any nature lover’s paradise. If you choose to book your holiday home in the winter, you should travel to Gschnitztal. Here you can take a cable car into the mountains and enjoy the beautiful view over the snow clad town and the surrounding hillsides. If you are interested in winter sports, you will not be missing anything by going to Steinach am Brenner. The skiing area, known as Bergalm, is absolutely delightful during the winter months. You never run out of things to see in Tirol. Visit the grand church of Saint Erasmus, or go to one of the smaller churches in the area, such as the churches of Saint Ursula and Saint Ulric. Take a trip into the countryside around your self catering holiday home, and visit Emperor Maximilian’s old hunting lodge, which is now used as a government building. The Gothic cloister, and the many old lavish estates in the area, which were constructed at the turn of the last century are also worth a visit. The food in Steinach, and much of this part of Austria, is very regional and traditional. Schnitzel remains the most popular dish in here, and it is something that you can easily try to cook at home, in the comfort of your holiday rental. There are also a number of local delicacies that you must not miss, often inspired by Hungarian, Czech, and Italian cooking. Whether you are booking the next big family holiday, or just a weekend trip for two, you should consider this remarkable and beautiful region as your next self catering holiday home destination.
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