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Known as a city of sports, culture and shopping, Innsbruck has a lot to offer on a day trip off the slopes. Just 40 minutes away from Kühtai, you can dive into a cultural world full of famous sights old and new. The famous Golden Roof in the Tirolean capital should not be missed.

Neither should a trip out of the city and to Hungerburg, home to the city’s architectural highlight – the Hungerburgbahn funicular – designed by internationally renowned star architect Zaha Hadid. There are also many museums and other attractions.

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Lovers of shopping are equally in luck as, alongside the classic international brands to be found in the city centre shopping centres (e.g. Kaufhaus Tyrol and Sillpark), you can also find a wealth of special mementoes in the many independent shops.


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Take a stroll to visit the Innsbruck old town and city centre and experience medieval flair with a modern twist. Enjoy an Italian cappuccino in one of the many cafés.

The Tirolean State Theatre and the newly built Haus der Musik (‘House of Music’) has a wide and varied programme to offer fans of culture and music.



The scent of mulled wine and traditional foods is sure to delight and enchant you throughout the festive period. Numerous Christmas markets at different special places spread pure festive cheer with their offerings and events.

Our tip: Some are open until 6 January.