Capital of the Alps
From city walks in front of a majestic alpine backdrop to mountain hikes high above the rooftops of the regional capital, Innsbruck is a picture postcard destination for major sporting events. One of the most attractive elements is the harmony of contrasts Innsbruck offers its visitors: urban flair and cultural highlights fuse with alpine nature and imposing mountains. From the heart of the city it takes just 20 minutes to travel up to 2,000 metres above sea level using the funicular railway and cable car. Little wonder that Innsbruck is home to what is regarded as the toughest downhill mountainbike run in Europe, the infamous Nordkette Single Trail. Roadbike riders are also spoilt for choice in Innsbruck, with many challenging routes featuring spectacular panoramic views starting from or leading through the Capital of the Alps.
For more information about Innsbruck visit www.innsbruck.info
Top destination in the Alps
With 11.7 million visitors from more than 50 countries and around 47.7 million overnight stays in the tourism year 2016/17, Tirol is one of the top holiday destinations in the Alps. In both summer and winter guests appreciate the natural landscape, top-quality service, state-of-the-art infrastructure and famously warm Tirolean welcome.
For more information about Tirol visit www.tyrol.com
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