Innsbruck - The capital of the Alps

Maria-Theresien-Strasse, Innsbruck, Austria
© IVB Innsbruck, Christoph Lackner

Innsbruck is known as the “capital of the Alps”. The city is surrounded by several mountain chains which provides an impressive panorama for a city that has already hosted the Winter Olympic Games twice. Innsbruck is the perfect destination for winter and summer, for active incentives and meeting groups who want to enjoy the advantages of a city in the Alps.

 

 

Hotels - ideas to sleep

Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck (4*)

 

A modern hotel with international standard, elegant and modern architecture, perfect for all kinds of groups, located in the center of Innsbruck, right next to the congress center. Directly across from the hotel, guests can board the Hungerburgbahn hybrid funicular railway, which will take one up out of the city and into Austria’s largest natural park in just a few minutes.

Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck, Austria
© Austria Trend Hotels

Grauer Bär (4*)

 

A more traditional and charming hotel located next to the historic center of Innsbruck. A modern city hotel with newly designed lobby and restaurant.

Hotel Grauer Bär, Innsbruck, Austria
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aDLERS Hotel Innsbruck (4*)

 

The newest design hotel in Innsbruck with a very modern concept, fantastic view of the surrounding Alps and a unique design concept. Not to forget to mention the rooftop bar.

 Deluxezimmer, aDLERS Hotel, Innsbruck, Austria
© aDLERS Hotel Innsbruck

Restaurants - places to eat

Ottoburg

 

Located in a historic building from the 12th century in the city center, the restaurant is specialized on Tyrolian Cuisine and offers many rooms with different rooms sizes and is suitable for all kind of groups.

Restaurant Ottoburg, Innsbruck, Austria
© Restaurant Ottoburg

Stiftskeller

 

A cozy beer restaurant located right at the entrance to the historic center of Innsbruck. Substantial food is served and it is a perfect location to celebrate - even for bigger groups in different rooms.

Bierkeller Stiftskeller, Innsbruck, Austria
© Ofner & Partner

Seegrube

 

The restaurant Seegrube has definitely the best view over the city of Innsbruck since it is located high above Innsbruck’s roof tops at the mountain chain Nordkette. The restaurant offers a special and unique location for lunches or dinners.

Restaurant Seegrube, Innsbruck, Austria
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Locations - spaces to party

Swarovski Kristallwelten

 

Swarovski Crystal Worlds are located about 15 minutes by car from the center of Innsbruck. The locations offers seven different rooms with a maximum capacity for gala dinners of 200 persons in one room. The unique atmosphere make every event to a unique experience.

© Swarovski Kristallwelten, Innsbruck, Austria
© Swarovski Kristallwelten

Cloud 9

 

From january to april the mountain chain Nordkette has something very special to offer: Innsbruck’s highest located sun terrace at the Igloo Bar. This event location offers some unique experiences on top of the city and it is just a cable railway ride away from the center.

Cloud 9, Innsbruck, Austria
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Activities - things to do

Bobbahn Igls

 

Innsbruck was host to the Olympic Games twice. Besides the ice halls in Innsbruck and the spectacular ski jump Bergisel, Innsbrucks offers a really breathtaking activity with the Olympic Bobsleigh and luge track. The track is open in winter and summer and the downhill ride gives pure adrenaline (guided by a professional athlete). The ride can be combined with a torch light hiking tour to a Alpine hut, where Tyrolean food and drinks are served.

Olympiaworld, Innsbruck, Austria
© Olympiaworld

Nordkettenbahn

 

Innsbruck is surrounded by the mountains. Right from the city center guests can take a ride at the railway up to Nordkette and within 30 minutes the top is reached with a tremendous view of Innsbruck. The Nordkette is also a skiing region and perfect for countless sports activities like hiking, mountainbiking or climbing.

Nordkettenbahn, Innsbruck, Austria
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Tiroler Abend

 

What would a trip to Tyrol be without a traditional Tyrolean evening? A little bit outside the city center of Innsbruck a traditional restaurant offers enough space for this typical Tyrolean entertainment program. Guests will experience an entertaining and culinarian evening with Tyrolean music, Folk dances, “Schuachplattln” and yodeling.

Tyrol evening, Innsbruck, Austria
© Tiroler Abend Familie Gundolf

Outdoor experiences

 

Just about one hour driving from Innsbruck a special outdoor area offers everything one can imagine regarding outdoor activities. For all adrenaline junkies, sports enthusiasts and groups trying to go to their limits. Starting from canyoning, rafting and caving to a special water area for wake boarding and related activities, like climbing, flying fox and many more.

© AREA 47, Tyrol, Austria
© AREA 47 Jens Klatt

For further information please contact Wenche R. Werner: werner@inbound-services.com