The Tyroleans are known across the borders for their hospitality and warmth. Where does this come from? We believe it comes from the fact that Tyrol has always been a perfect destination for tourists and people looking for relaxation. In the past, it was “only” summer visitors and winter sports enthusiasts. Today, Tyrol is a place where you can experience active days and relaxation together with the locals in healthy, picturesque natural surroundings all year round.
The Tyroleans are not only out and about in the mountains, as one sometimes would like to believe. The Tyroleans like to celebrate, which is another opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in the life of the locals. Whether it is tent festivals or processions, the legendary Almabtrieb or Harvest Thanksgiving: There are plenty of reasons to celebrate.
As tradition is held in high esteem in Tyrol, no opportunity is missed to wear lederhosen or dirndl and celebrate traditional festivities. The locals are very friendly here in Mieders and for many guests it is a special opportunity to experience everyday life in Tyrol. In the morning, the milk churns are placed in front of the barn door, the farmer fetches the hay from the rick and the cows loudly express that they are hungry as well.
Our tip: Don’t get offended when someone addresses you with “du”. As a Tyrolean saying goes: From an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level, you can say “du” to everyone!