Holidays Absam

Welcome to Absam Situated at the foothills of the Karwendel mountain range, the Tirolean village of Absam is dominated by popular culture, luthiery and strong religious belief. Pilgrims visit the house where Rosina Buecher saw the Virgin Mary appear in her window in 1797, and the Pilgrimage Church. Absam is also a stop on the Jakobsweg pilgrimage route. Absam is also famous for the work of Jakob Stainer (1617-1683), the great luthier, whose life and artistry are commemorated in the municipal museum. But Absam really comes alive in the Carnival season, when the Matschgerer (traditional colourful Carnival figures) take to the streets – with a huge procession every 4 years. If you are interested in knowing more about Absam’s Carnival traditions, be sure to visit the Matschgerer museum (Carnival museum). Absam is a perfect place for those who love sports and nature. Discover the ruggedly picturesque Halltal valley and the Alpenpark Karwendel nature reserve which spans more than 920 square meters. This unique area is also one stop on the Adlerweg route, a hiking path which leads through the entire Tirol region.
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Absam is a perfect place for those who love sports and nature. Discover the ruggedly picturesque Halltal valley and the Alpenpark Karwendel nature reserve which spans more than 920 square meters. This unique area is also a stop on the Adlerweg trail, a hiking path which leads through the entire Tirol region.
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Take the A12 motorway, exit Hall-Mitte and turn north at the next junction and follow the signs to Absam.
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By train to the Innsbruck main station - from there take the IVB bus D or E.
Innsbruck airport - on by bus
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TOURISMUSBÜRO ABSAM
Dörferstraße 37
6067 Absam, Austria