In winter, the beautiful Tyrolean city of Innsbruck comes alive with its markets, lights and winter attractions. Christmas and New Year’s Eve are certainly among the best times to visit Innsbruck and discover its cultural offer and its richness in local traditions.
The historic centre of Innsbruck is transformed into an exciting festive area. The festive entertainment showcases the setting and atmosphere, with thousands of people dancing in the streets, stopping to enjoy sparkling wine, punch and snacks. At midnight on New Year’s Eve, the night sky of Innsbruck will be illuminated with light and colour with a pyrotechnics show from the Nordkette mountain range well above the city. It is a breathtaking view of the capital’s unique mountainous landscape.
It is one of the most exciting countries in Central Europe. Fly to Austria for a high-end stay and discover a country shaped by history, art and elegance: the inimitable architecture of its monuments, its offbeat and avant-garde artists, its literary cafés, its trendy bars and its rich cuisine constantly take us back to a prestigious imperial past. As the cradle of classical music in Europe, Austria can be proud to have seen the birth of a large number of renowned composers and to perpetuate its musical culture with its Vienna Boys Choir and its renowned Philharmonic Orchestra. Beyond the richness of the cities, immerse yourself in a preserved nature between pure lakes, natural parks and mountainous massifs sheltering renowned winter sports resorts that will delight you on a unique luxury trip.
The capital of Tyrol is a sight to behold. The jagged rocky arrows of the Nordkette range are so close that in a few minutes it is possible to travel from the heart of the city to over 2000m above sea level and alpine pastures where cowbells ring. Summer and winter activities abound, and it is understandable that some visitors only take a look at Innsbruck itself before venturing into the hills. But that’s a pity, because Innsbruck is in many ways Austria in a microcosm: its late medieval Altstadt is a picture book city, presided over by a great Habsburg palace and a Baroque cathedral, while its Olympic ski jump with great mountain views makes a spectacular leap between the urban and the open air.
Full of character, in close relationship with the surrounding nature, idyllic. The 5-star hotel in the Ahrntal valley in South Tyrol is resplendent and all these aspects have an impact on the uniqueness of this holiday gem. Envious calm, private spaces, refined luxury, elegance, cuisine, irrefutable service, all this is a source of inspiration. Here, the richness of time is combined with the abundance of nature – and even upon arrival, the impressive entrance hall, in all its beauty, offers a warm welcome. The landscaped garden, flowered, the wonderful fountain and the sumptuous style welcome you, before being greeted by the most charming smile.
In this restaurant, the atmosphere already fills you with enthusiasm: elegant rooms invite you to taste. The small terrace adjoining the entrance is also charming. Culinary, you will enjoy regional cuisine, Austrian and international classics, always freshly prepared.
Are you looking for a new challenge? You want to escape the busy slopes and you want to climb the slopes with your own strength? Perfect! Perfect! In addition to powder and sunshine, the Innsbruck region offers solitary peaks, quiet solitude and many tourist trails. The descent is worth the ascent. If the wind, weather and snow conditions allow it, your guide will show you the mountains near South Tyrol.
Go to the foot of the slopes, at the ticket office, where you will exchange your booking confirmation for the Ski Pass which will allow you to access the slopes. Enjoy a day at the Innsbruck ski area. The region includes nine ski areas: Nordkettenbahnen-Seegrube, Patscherkofel, Axamer Lizum, Muttereralmpark, Kühtai, Rangger Köpfl, Glungezer, Schlick 2000 and the Stubai glacier.