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Creative and dedicated, Silvia Pfeil is a recognized Tirol family travel expert, inspiring families to explore the Heart of the Alps together.

Kugelwald, literally “Ball Forest”, on Glungezer Mountain is home to the world’s largest wooden track. (Photography: Hall-Wattens.at)
Updated on 18.04.2019 in Family from Silvia
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Wondering how you’re going to keep the kids occupied in Innsbruck and environs? Fear not, as we’ve put together some ideas to help you build your own itinerary to suit your family!
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Updated on 13.06.2018 in Food & Drink from Silvia
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Families are welcome at these restaurants with excellent cuisine.Many of Tirol's finest restaurants and inns are surprisingly accommodating to children, so gather the whole family and take them out to eat at one of these child-friendly spots. They supply children's menus and activities to keep the kids amused. Some also have lovely outdoor areas and indoor play areas, giving the grown-ups time to eat in peace. Here’s our pick of interesting restaurants where children will be made more than welcome—and what you'll get on your plate is fresh and tasty local specialties!
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Updated on 04.12.2015 in Family from Silvia
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Where to ski with kids in tow this winter? My good friend Christine has two girls, aged eight and eleven. Walter, my cousin wants to introduce his little ones to skiing – with a lot of ambition for what they want to accomplish…His three year old should learn to ski while the five year old aims at being a superstar ski racer all at once.
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Swimming in Längenfeld, Ötztal Valley
Mit den folgenden Tipps, zeigen wir, wie der Urlaubstag im Tiroler Oberland für die gesamte Familie perfekt wird.
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Timoks Alm in Fieberbrunn, Pillerseetal Valley
Wondering how you’re going to keep the kids occupied in Tirol’s Unterland Region? Fear not, as we’ve put together some ideas to help you build your own itinerary to suit your family!
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Most visitors head to Tirol’s big name ski resorts—all are great mountains, but they often overshadow Tirol’s other gems. There are many lesser-known ski resorts that will have you smiling from ear to ear. They naturally present an exciting and diverse landscape, staggering views and un-groomed expert terrain for those who prefer skiing the old-school way. For a classic Tirol ski experience, head to these off-the-radar hills and see what the locals are (quietly) raving about.
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