Discover a selection of 8,000 vacation rentals in Tyrol, AT that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $28 per night, and houses and cottages are popular options for a stay in Tyrol. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

Go tell it on the mountain—skiing, yodeling, and more

Nestled in western Austria, the state of Tyrol is known for its world-class ski slopes, historic Habsburg sites, and beloved folk traditions. Its alpine capital city of Innsbruck lays claim to important Habsburg Empire landmarks such as the baroque-style Hofburg Palace and the Gothic Hofkirche Church, as well as the iconic 15th-century Goldenes Dachl. Outside of Innsbruck, you can explore charming villages that are about as authentic as you can dream up, complete with cozy wooden bars and clanging cowbells off in the distance, all against a backdrop of rolling green hills and scenic mountain peaks.

Things to do

Up high, down low—from ornate castles to historic mines

Many of Tyrol's main attractions are in Innsbruck, including the 16th-century Schloss Ambras palace, the gothic Hofkirche royal court church, and the baroque Hofburg palace. Also consider the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, exploring history and artifacts from the Bronze Age. A stroll through Innsbruck's Old Town is a must, if only to see the Goldenes Dachl, the copper-tiled symbol of the city. Outside Tyrol's capital, you'll find the turreted Festung Kufstein fortress and the Silberbergwerk Schwaz mine—a must with kids, where visitors hop aboard a mini train and ride down into a historic silver mine.


Glug gluhwein in winter and pull pilsners in summer

The best things to do in Tyrol depend entirely on what time of year you're planning your visit. If you're coming in winter, plan to spend your days skiing, snowboarding, and throwing back apres ski gluhwein around a cozy fire. (Pro tip: look for Tyrol vacation rentals with cozy fireplaces.) If summer is more your speed, plan to spend much of your time outdoors—whether you're hiking the alpine trails or enjoying a refreshing pilsner in a sunny beer garden. The spring and summer months also boast a ton of music and culture festivals throughout the region.


From winter ski mecca to summer sun haven

Tyrol becomes one of Europe's most popular ski destinations as soon as the first snow falls, so keep in mind that December through early April is most definitely peak season. This means high prices and huge crowds, but the buzzing vibe is worth it. In summer, you'll find Tyrol vacation rentals to be more affordable, and the general ambiance a bit more subdued. Spend sunny days hiking along the mountain trails, but come fall, the rains move in and many of the resorts close up shop for a few months.

Natural features

Tyrol—German for "killer alpine scenery"

Thanks to its setting among the Austrian Alps, Tyrol's natural beauty is its biggest attraction. In winter, the snow-covered mountains are majestic and gleaming, while in spring and summer they come alive with fields of wildflowers, green pastures full of bell-laden cows, and yes, music. (The yodelling here is no joke.) The Rosengartenschlucht hike is known for its ease, culminating with stunning views of a waterfall. After, you'll wind through a thick, green forest, along a trail overlooking the Lechtaler Alps, and past the Blaue Grotte cave pool, noted for its surreal shade of blue.

How many vacation rentals are available around Tyrol, AT?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 8,258 vacation rentals around Tyrol. From 651 house rentals to 160 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a mountainside property in Tyrol?

We all want a room with a view. But if you want views that'll leave you feeling on top of the world, you'll have to head for the hills. Vrbo has 1,452 mountain rental options available. On the hunt for a different vacation style? See if any of our other properties take your fancy. Our options here include:

  • 934 rural vacation rentals.
  • 680 resort vacation rentals.
  • 552 village vacation rentals.

Can I rent an apartment in Tyrol?

There's no need to wave goodbye to all the conveniences of home just because you're on vacation. Kick back in an apartment and soak up the area like a local. You can select from 6,367 different options with the help of Vrbo. If you make your reservation quickly, you could be spending as little as $19 per night. If that doesn't fit with your squad's taste, we have a range of other property types to pick from, such as:

  • House: 674 vacation homes. Prices start from $26 per night.
  • Hotel: 594 vacation homes. Prices start from $25 per night.
  • Resort: 338 vacation homes. Prices start from $140 per night.

Can I stay in Tyrol in a large group?

There's nothing more exciting than staying somewhere totally new with close friends and family. And the best news is Vrbo has options to suit big groups. 1,212 apartment vacation homes are ready to be booked. At the moment, they're the most popular option here for big groups. In the area, the properties that can house large groups of guests include:

  • If yours is a group of 6, we've got 1,482 vacation homes appropriate for that size. Spend a night from just $22.
  • Require a rental property for 5 guests? We have 1,028 that will be ideal. The starting price is $37 a night.
  • Arranging a trip away with 8 guests? We've got 640 vacation homes that will suit. Prices start from $19 a night.

So don't fret! When you book with us you can take your uncle, your cousins and all your friends to Tyrol.

Where are the cheapest rentals in Tyrol?

Tight hotel rooms are no place to spend those precious vacation moments! Discover our reasonably priced rentals now and ensure everyone in your group has enough room to move. Gemeinde Serfaus is heaven for bargain hunters. And with 1,034 Vrbo rentals at an average price of $104 a night, it's not hard to see why. Another 708 Vrbo rentals are on offer in or around Gemeinde Nauders. With an average price of $110 per night, you're sure to get a deal worth boasting about.

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