Ischgl – from a village in the Alps to the lifestyle metropolis in Tyrol!
The Silvretta Arena
238 kilometres of perfectly groomed ski runs, 45 state-of-the-art cable cars that take you up to 3000 meters as well as 15 restaurants and mountain huts that offer traditional Tyrolean cuisine await you. But that’s not all.
The largest freestyle snow park in the Alps and secluded slopes off the regular pistes that are attractive for free riders and ski tourers can also be found in the Silvretta Arena.
Apart from skiing and snowboarding, which is possible on and off the regular pistes, Ischgl offers many more possibilities to become active and push oneself to the limits for those who have an appetite for the winter.
Choose the ideal activity for you! The possibilities are sheer endless: cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice-skating, ski touring and much more.
Culture and cuisine
Apart from sports and action Ischgl and the Paznaun valley offer a fine range of cultural activities, which is proving increasingly popular. Many museums and churches await interested ones and the great variety of concerts offered in different music genres are worth a visit too.
Equally unforgettable are the culinary delights offered in the many restaurants, cafés and pubs in this area.
Fine jewellery, beautiful watches and delicate fragrances – take some time to browse the exclusive shops in Ischgl or get inspired while you’re doing window-shopping. And if your holiday budget allows for it, get some nice accessories or the latest winter sports gear.
Only a few kilometres separate the Silvretta Arena and Samnaun, where you can shop duty-free.