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Innsbruck è l'Austria delle favole: una città fluviale fotogenica con palazzi color pastello e strade acciottolate, ricca di storia e fascino. Il patrimonio culturale è uno dei punti salienti, ma per molti visitatori è probabilmente offuscatodalla località alpina e da tutto quello che la sua posizione ispira.

Innsbruck è situata in una valle circondata da alte cime innevate. Si tratta di un hubrinomato per gli sport invernali e una vera calamita per sciatori e appassionati di snowboard. Le piste sono così fenomenali che è stata sede delle Olimpiadi invernali ben due volte, nel 1964 e nel 1976.

Visita per ammirare lo spettacolo di montagne tutto intorno, vivere esilaranti giornate sulle piste, godere di divertimento post-sci impareggiabile, degustare sostanziosi piatti austriaci ed esplorare una città piena di sorprese.

Icelandairvola aInnsbruckdal 27 gennaio al 2 marzo2024.


Popolazione: 132,400 (2018)Area: 104.91 km2Valuta: Euro

Historic Innsbruck

The mountains may be calling, but Innbruck’s historic charm is also worth some time. Get your bearings by climbing the City Tower, where 133 steps lead to a viewing platform overlooking the city’s medieval streets and offering stunning mountain views.

Innsbruck's most distinctive landmark is the glittering ‘Golden Roof’ (in German, Goldenes Dachl). It was completed in 1500, built to mark the wedding of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. The name reflects the roof decoration of 2657 gilded copper tiles.

The grand Ambras Schloss is another prime attraction, a 16th-century hillside castle overflowing with art, armory and assorted curiosities. Complete the city’s royal set by admiring the impressive Hofburg, or Imperial Palace, which houses themed museums showcasing the Habsburg empire. The ornate Hofkirche church and royal gardens are also pretty as a picture.

Skiing in and around Innsbruck

Innsbruck is surrounded by world-class skiing, with 13 ski resorts ranging in size, terrain and altitude. All have excellent lifts, pistes and facilities. The slopes are generally well covered in snow from November until the middle of April.

The number of resorts promises plenty of variety during your winter vacation, and collectively offer everything from relaxing snowy adventures to crazy freeriding fun. There’s skiing and snowboarding for all levels on the Nordkette or on Olympic tracks on the Patscherkofel and in the Axamer Lizum, family skiing fun on the Muttereralm or on the Rangger Köpfl in Oberperfuss, or the highest winter and piste fun in the Kühtai ski resort. Fabulous fun on the slopes also awaits you at the Stubai Glacier, the largest glacier ski resort in Austria with 65km of varied slopes.

Dining in Innsbruck

It's no surprise that Tyrol's traditional cuisine is hearty fare designed to fuel Alpine activities. All that mountain air, green pastures, and pure spring water contribute to great produce, including flavorsome meats and cheeses. Look out for ‘Marend’, the local version of an antipasti platter that includes cured meats and sausages, mountain cheese and bread.

Foodies will enjoy authentic farm-to-plate experiences at rustic mountain huts, in traditional country inns, and at award-winning fine-dining restaurants. Hungry to delve deeper? Join a food tour in Innsbruck – there’s even a tour dedicated to sweet treats!

Bacon or cheese dumplings are a Tyrol staple, best enjoyed in soup or with sauerkraut and salad. No trip to Tyrol is complete without a ‘kiachl’, a fried dough pastry traditionally served with sauerkraut, or sweet with jam and powdered sugar.

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