Innsbruck places a special holiday

Sunday, July 22nd 2012. | Austria

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Have you ever explored the history of Innsbruck, the capital of the federal state Tyrol and the biggest city in the western part of Austria. Innbruck surrounded by high mountains: Nordkette (Hafelekar, 2334m) in the north, Patscherkofel (2246m) and Serles (2403m) in the south. Only the West and East directions are open to having a connection to the federal state Vorarlberg to the west, and for the federal state of Salzburg to the east. Innsbruck is mentioned in the document the first time in 1187 as “Insprucke”. Way through the Brenner Pass through the Innsbruck is always a very important route from south to north and exactly the opposite. So the city has the perfect conditions to grow and become an important place. Innsbruck has twice held the winter Olympics in 1964 until 1976. The city – other cities are also allowed to host the Olympics this. Innsbruck This is where Emperor Maximilian I at the end of the 15th century reign.

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Tyrol is a capital city like a chameleon, a place where you can spend the morning cruising lane and medieval castle of Habsburg, and the evening ogling negligent creation of Zaha Hadid and drink at the bar Sundowners riverside space. With its low-slung sky, quietly confident and air of the Alps towering in the background, Innsbruck successfully blends past and present, urban and natural. Although the prosperity and world-class museums, the city is still refreshing simple and friendly. Alps is the attraction of this monumental Innsbruck, creeping up on street corners, reflecting on the glass front of the building and sneak into each snapshot. And this old man still knows how to rock the mountain; home to the third largest student population in Austria, Innsbruck is a young city that throbbed in brewpubs, beer garden and a funky bar after dark. Providing you do not overindulge in Nachtleben (night life), you will have the energy to whoosh down the slopes at supersonic speeds Nordpark or take a bobsled run in Igls. Trains trams make it easy for tourists to explore the town of Innsbruck with a fast, efficient, and inexpensive. Explore the history of the capital of Tyrol in the 10th century palace owned by Archduke Ferdinand II called Schloss Ambras. Or, visit the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, 15th-century palace, and a roof of gold owned by Maximilian I’s famous.

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