The area Reutte is the smallest district of Tyrol. It is also called Ausserfern and is divided into four subregions. Reutte is embedded between the mountains Zugspitze and Sonnenspitze and is a very tourism-intensive region.
With 26 communities and approximately 83.000 inhabitants, the area Kitzbühel Alps extends over four planning associations in the two districts of Kitzbühel and Kufstein. The focus of the region is agriculture, tourism, culture, energy and mobility.
The district Lienz (Osttirol) with the capital Lienz is the largest district in Tyrol and the fourth largest in Austria. 33 communities belong to this area. Most important sectors of economy are trade and tourism.
The area Wipptal ranges from the South of the capital Innsbruck up to the Italian border. This area is highly affected by it's function as transit route North-South. 12 communities belong to this Region.
The area Pillerseetal - Leukental - Leogang consists of 13 communities in the federal states Tyrol and Salzburg. Beside tourism, many important companies like Gebro Pharma and Nothegger Logistik are located in this area.
Non native plants are a growing problem for our native plant diversity as well as our health (allergies, breathing difficulties, etc.). The Regionalmanagement Bezirk Imst, therefore, decided to design a one-day course to raise awareness of non native plants. The course is supported by the Klima- und...
Heavy rains at the end of August 2020 in the Gschnitztal attempted damage in the mill village of Gschnitz, which unfortunately also fell victim to the Sandesbrücke. This connects the orographic left side (all buildings such as the chapel, animal mill, grain mill, craft workshop, blacksmith shop,...
The Ötztal Museum GmbH combines all museums in Ötztal and its main aim is to improve the imparting of cultural knowledge. To do so the Museum GmbH decided to make a project in order to adapt to the modern requirements of imparting of knowledge.
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Regionalmanagement Bezirk Imst
COVID 19 has a huge impact on our local tourist destinations. Therefore, Regio Imst and other partners throughout Tyrol decided to boost and promote natural preservers and their facilities. The project itself includes the printing and distribution of a brochure which presents the natural preservers...