Three things to know about INNSBRUCK

Innsbruck, Austria, Tirol, Waterfront
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The capital of Tirol is located in the very heart of the Alps. The former host of the Winter Olympics from 1976 offers a wide range of cultural attractions, great outdoor possibilities in summer and winter and spectacular scenery.

 

One can see that the former imperial city today is strongly linked to nature and at the same time modern and trendy. Skiing and hiking are possible just out of the cities doorstep. Picturesque mountain villages are just a short distance away and invite for a traditional Austrian experience.

 

Innsbruck is just the perfect location for summer or winter incentives - a destination full of surprises!

Bobsleight Rides

Ride down the Olympic ice track in an original guest bobsleigh and experience close what makes this exciting winter sport so fascinating. The 800-metre-long track takes you speeding down 100 vertical metres and racing around ten curves and one "Kreisel" corner at speeds of up to 90 kilometres per hour. A professional pilot accompanies you the entire way to make sure you get safely to the finish area.

 

Dine at the Ski Jump

Towering high above Innsbruck, the brand-new Bergisel Ski Jump is a sight to behold. The host of the famous four hills tournament ski jump is a modern landmark of the city and provides spectacular views over Innsbruck and the mountains. The restaurant Bergisel Sky is the perfect location for Dinners for groups up to 180 persons.

 

Outdoor Adventure

Area 47 is Austria’s largest outdoor adventure park and the perfect place for incentive and team building activities. Activities like rafting and canoeing teach participants new skills and they achieve things they never thought possible. Area 47 also offers catering and meeting facilities and is the perfect way to combine Austrian nature with adventure, fun and team spirit.

Tina, our Project Manager, recommends:

 

Get into nature quickly and take the cable car from the city center to the top of Nordkette.

A breathtaking view over the city and its surrounding mountains welcomes you. And before having lunch on the top restaurant, a hiking tour in the Karwendel Nature Park builds your appetite for a hearty Austrian specialty.

 

 

 

 

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