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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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...
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Elegant Art Nouveau sauna and steam bath spa in pictures Calling all sauna lovers! Innsbruck boasts a time-honoured Art Nouveau-style sauna spa, the...
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Explore Innsbruck to the sounds of Luke Lucky aka Mladen Delic! The artist made the video, wrote the song and is creative in any way you can imagine!...
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I‘ve been living in the most beautiful city in the Alps for about forty years now. I was convinced that Innsbruck’s Old Town didn‘t hold any sec...
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I am no skier, and I am certainly no jumper, but I still love to see and visit Bergisel just to enjoy the view both to and from the tower's fine lines...
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Small Businesses With Global Impact Reflect The Ethos Of Innsbruck. Australian travel writer Robert La Bua sees Innsbruck through the products made t...
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In summer, I often head up into the mountains around Igls for leisurely afternoon hikes and had frequently noticed and admired a wonderful old buildin...
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An article by Kalpana Sunder „Innsbruck, in the Tyrol region of Austria has a spectacular location, hemmed in by the Austrian Alps, with a medieval...
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Innsbruck captured the heart of yet another traveller this week: “Nowhere else in the world is the dividing line between an urban area and rugged m...