Best rating: 3 out of 5 stars
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Districts/Cities: 1. Innsbruck-Land , 2. Innsbruck (city)
Tourism regions: 1. Innsbruck and its holiday villages , 1. Stubai , 1. Wipptal , 4. Olympiaregion Seefeld , 4. Silberregion Karwendel , 4. Hall-Wattens Region
Valleys: 1. Inn Valley (Inntal) , 1. Upper Inn Valley (Oberinntal) , 3. Lower Inn Valley (Unterinntal) , 3. Stubaital , 3. Wipptal
Mountain ranges: 1. Zillertal Alps , 1. Tux Alps , 3. Stubai Alps , 3. Wetterstein Mountains and Mieming Range , 5. Karwendel
Other: 1. Snow Card Tirol , 1. Freizeitticket Tirol
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