Located in the Inn Valley, to the east of Innsbruck, Hall and Wattens are two charming towns with rich histories and easy access to the Karwendel Mountains and the Tux Alps.
Hall was one of the richest places in Europe in the Middle Ages. Its wealth was built on salt mining and coin minting. Those industries may have disappeared today, but many of the fine townhouses built at the time still stand today in what is one of the best-preserved oldtowns in Europe. A few kilometres further east is the town of Wattens, home to the world-famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds with their dazzling Chambers of Wonder. Families will enjoy a day out on the Glungezer mountain, where activities include a wooden course where visitors can roll pinewood balls down the mountain. Ready, steady, go!