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Mayrhofen - 13 April

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We are visiting Mayrhofen for a week arriving 13th April.

Any tips of advice for the area?

I am looking at booking my youngest lessons with ski school Mayrhofen SMT. Anybody used them? Also using their lunch club between the morning and afternoon lessons.

Thanks all.

Edit to add: we are self catering so suggestions on good places to buy food especially fresh fruit and veg?
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Have used SMT for my kids for the last 5 years (with lunch option) and they loved it and I haven't found anything to complain about.
In fact my youngest will be with them the week prior to yours.

Can't really comment on the supermarkets - Billa is possibly the cheapest but not by much.
All seem to have good supplies but I guess it will depend what time of day you shop.

If you have a car there are a couple of larger supermarkets further down the valley.
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@Hamish, fantastic. Thanks for the feedback. Yes we will be hiring a car, as have flights to Salzburg.
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for the supermarkets its all down to where you are staying and if you have a car.

if you have a car drive back up the valley towards zell...on the right there is a Hofer (Aldi)

if you do not have a car, you have 3 options:

Staying at the railway station end of town then your closest is Billa
Staying in the middle of town then the Spar (opp the strass hotel) is the easiest
Staying down by the power station then there is a large Mpreis which is the biggest of the lot
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