Art & Culture

Those who only go to museums when the rain falls, are missing out on plenty of art and culture. Not only does the mountain panorama lend its charm to the city, but the medieval old town and a handful of great museums are full of interesting stories. And don't miss out on some of our noteworthy Tyrolean customs. Our bloggers will take you from exhibitions to carnivals through the cultural heart of Innsbruck.

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What is Fasching? How is it different to Carnival? I found out the Tyrolean way in Axams, just 20 minutes from Innsbruck....
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Small theater, big content!...
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Rocking out on stage, or watching while others do!...
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Demons and devils at their annual meeting in preparation for the lead up to Christmas. Don't be afraid, be very afraid....
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How do Tyroleans get to Mass? They hike there, obviously. Not a joke, it's called Bergmesse at Axamer Kögele....
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Once again, Wiltener Platzl was the place to be as local businesses and entertainers came together for the Unternehmerfest (Entrepreneur Festival)....
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Innsbruck nightclubs remind me of London's The Cross, Cable and Heaven. Discovering House and Techno in the heart of the alps....
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A Lovestory The last sun rays turn the Inn into a surface of glittering reflections, just before the dawn changes the city into a magical place. Our...
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Lifting and liberating - the cry of elation No, yodelling is no longer a means of communication in the Tyrol. Today yodelling is an expression of enj...
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The ram (and all hell!) has been let loose! And numerous other figures are out to wreak a bit of havoc during the ‘Fasnacht’ carnival parade on 4...