Nestled in the heart of the Alps between Austria and Switzerland, the Principality of Liechtenstein is one of Europe’s last true monarchies, and with its mountainous scenery and medieval castle, the little country looks like it comes straight from the pages of a fairy tale book.
Sailing to landlocked countries may sound impossible, but on Lake Constance, it’s simple. Acting as a natural border at the foot of the Alps between Switzerland, Austria, and Germany, Lake Constance is the third largest freshwater lake in Europe. The lake’s English name comes from the city of Constance...
Whether you’re standing in the center of the medieval old town or peering down from the city tower, you’ll never lose sight of the mountains in Innsbruck. In summer, the vibrant, colorful city comes to life with open-air concerts and outdoor cafes open late into the evening.
Though known for its Olympic ski routes and Christmas markets, summer in Tirol is just as beautiful as winter. With long days and fields blooming with wildflowers, there’s no shortage of outdoor activities, so whether you’re a nature or culture lover or a foodie, Tirol has plenty to offer.