Innsbruck



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Innsbruck
There is a wide range, in both summer and winter. Summer visitors enjoy the historical and architectural diversions, Tyrolean culture, walking opportunities and scenic mountain setting. In winter, the array of winter sports attracts people of all ages and walks of life, but particularly Americans, Italians and French; suitable for all grades of skier. In summer, sporty types simply switch from skis to mountain bikes or just set off into one of the many hiking areas, which extend from the "Alpenpark Karwendel" nature conservation area to the famous stone-pine path "Zirbenweg" on the Patscherkofel. The Innsbruck Card entitles guests to visit all of the major sights in Innsbruck free of charge, and includes free use of public transport, numerous mountain lifts as well as a visit to the "Goddess of Fortune" at the Innsbruck Casino. Innsbruck is surrounded by the eight different ski regions of the olympic ski world, which offer boundless winter fun. No matter whether you choose Axamer Lizum, Patscherkofel, the Stubai Glacier - which also provides skiing pleasure during the summer - or the ski slopes in the region Kühtai-Sellrain valley, the areas surrounding Innsbruck have got something to offer skiing enthusiasts as well as to off-piste skiers, snowboarders and cross-country fanatics. In addition, free transport is provided linking up the ski areas to both the town and the ski villages. Take the free Mountain Bike Programme for example: Explore the stunning Alpine scenery accompanied by an experienced mountain guide and experience unspoilt nature in abundance. Nowhere else in the world you can take advantage of such a versatile and free mountain hiking program - with the majestic grandeur of the Alps as stunning backdrop!