People & Their Stories

Extraordinary stories, an abundance of passion, years of experience, or simply lots of love - Innsbruck is full of people with interesting and exciting stories to tell. Far away from sightseeing, our bloggers uncover the real Innsbruck with all its uniqueness, free spirits and explorers that give the capital of the Alps its true identity, because Innsbruck is not only a holiday destination, but also home for those born here and those who choose to live here. And that's what we want to show you.

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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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The four UK students made a film  and wanted to showcase Innsbruck’s most adventurous and best bits in summer....
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For locals, it's a different story.  Want to step out of the tourist queue and experience how Innsbruckers actually live? Two words: Wiltener Platzl....
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You’ll probably notice the clichés right from the start. Stereotypes that feel strangely familiar, strangely truthful, strangely apt. Stereotypes,...
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She prefers her hiking, ski, or snowboard boots over stilettos. Dressing up means donning a Lederhose or Dirndl instead of a tuxedo or dress. Her legs...
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When researching Innsbruck as a travel destination, you read about the Alps and their ski resorts accommodating family trips and couples looking for a...
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Food, Fun & Adventure Tommo and Megsy of the Blog "Five Dollar Traveller" are traveling all around the world for several years. Recently, they vi...
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An insight into the workshop at Die Börse, a ski and bike shop in Innsbruck that also offers equipment rental and service. City visitors can easily g...
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Cosy, welcoming and plain cute. Stefania, a blogger from Venice, Italy, discovered Innsbruck more or less by accident during a 5-day conference. Stay...
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David Pujol is a 21 year old journalist from Barcelona who travelled to Innsbruck in August this year. The moment I made my way into Austria, it fel...