Trips in the region
Day trips around Soelden
Various different excursions can be enjoyed within an hour's drive from Soelden. From the giant Aqua Dome thermal spa in the Oetztal Valley to Merano in the South Tyrol, you can explore the various different facets of North and South Tyrol here.
Aqua Dome thermal spa in Laengenfeld
The Aqua Dome thermal spa is one of the biggest and most modern thermal spas in Austria. Located at the start of the Oetztal Valley in Laengenfeld, it is well worth a visit on overcast or rainy days.
Oetzi village in Umhausen
The body of Oetzi the ice man was discovered in the ice 20 years ago. Research has uncovered the lifestyle of Oetzi's people and this is documented and explained at the Oetzi village. Discover what life was like more than 5,000 years ago!
Area 47 is the perfect choice on beautiful summer days. This water and fun park at the entrance to the Oetztal Valley combines various different Outdoor Adventure sports. Rafting, canyoning, Flying Fox, climbing, paragliding... here virtually every form of fun offered by nature can be enjoyed. The water park with its giant slides provides an ideal form of refreshment on hot days.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens
A special experience for all the senses awaits you in the hometown of the world's most famous glass crystal manufacturer. 14 unique chambers featuring the largest cut crystal in the world and the entire site with its outdoor area have made the Swarovski Crystal Worlds one of the most popular museums in Austria.
Nearby towns: Innsbruck and Merano
To the North, the capital of North Tyrol can be reached in just 1 hour. The golden roof, the entire town centre area and the Bergisel ski jump are a must when on holiday in Tyrol.
Merano, a health resort in South Tyrol, is just an hour away in summer across the Timmelsjoch. This treasure is located just a few kilometres from the border and the climate and charm of this Italian town are unique.
Timmelsjoch – Passo del Rombo
The Timmelsjoch links the Oetztal Valley with the Passeiertal Valley in South Tyrol and was an important trade route for centuries. Travelling along the road which was opened here in 1968, it is clear how tiring it must have been to make the journey on foot! Various accessible stations along the way document the history of the Timmelsjoch. The pass road is only open in summer.
Experience the various facets of the Oetztal Valley and the Tyrol and send us a non-binding enquiry to book your comfortable starting point for these excursions at the 4-star Hotel Alpina in Soelden. You can also book directly.