Tourist guide to Bad Aussee

Tourist guide to Bad Aussee

Bad Aussee is a city in Austria located in Styria. The landscape that the tourists can admire there it is extremely special because it is the meeting point of the three tributaries of the River Traun and the because of the richness of the forests surrounding the town. This city is a cultural and economic center for the entire region, even if the population exceeds with only a very little the number of 5000 inhabitants. We would like to include in our brief tourist guide to Bad Aussee some... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Bad Ischl

Tourist guide to Bad Ischl

Bad Ischl is the most famous resort of Salzkammergut. The therapeutic properties of the saline water were evidenced since 1820 by the Viennese physician Wier. The story of the settlement begins a few thousand years ago, in the southern part of the town and the most important events are marked by the appearance of the Austrian imperial family in the region. Emperor Franz Josef has established his summer residence at Ischl, near his favorite hunting land. The resort has become one of the br... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Bregenz

Tourist guide to Bregenz

The capital of the Vorarlberg region, Bregenz is the westernmost Austrian Federal district. We offer you a short tourist guide to the city of Bregenz. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Constance, it has an admirable relief: a plateau consisting of several terraces at the foot of Mount Pfänder. Great news for the lovers of alpine tourism is that this mountain has a height of 1,064 meters and borders a really great landscape. The splendid environment is one of the reasons why a large nu... [ read more ]

Innsbruck as the city of skiers and food lovers

Innsbruck as the city of skiers and food lovers

Innsbruck is a beautiful town in the middle of Tyrol that awaits you with open arms. Innsbruck is both a cultural city and a sports paradise. No matter what your hobbies are, you will surely find something to do in Innsbruck. Besides the cultural beauty that you can enjoy in Innsbruck, do not forget that this city is the capital of skiing in Tirol. The Olimpia Skiworld hosted two times the Winter Olympics, in the year 1964 and in the year 1976. The Olimpia Skiworld is an area with 295 km ... [ read more ]

The Ambras Castle in Innsbruck

The Ambras Castle in Innsbruck

The capital of the Austrian province of Tyrol, Innsbruck occupies a narrow area in the valley of the river Inn, bordered by the Alps to the north and south as the river flows from west to east. The link between Innsbruck and the winter games hides the true history of the city and its association with the Habsburgs, particularly with Emperor Maximilian. The Ambras Castle (Schloss Ambras in German) is one of the most popular cultural sites in the provincial capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck and i... [ read more ]

5 architectural masterpieces in Innsbruck

5 architectural masterpieces in Innsbruck

Innsbruck, with its picturesque old town and the church towers on the impressive background of the snowy tops of the Alps is the capital of Tyrol, the province that receives the most visitors. Capital Tyrol is definitely one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Some architects have ensured the beauty of the city trying to harmonize the new buildings with the old ones built in Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance style. Today we present 5 architectural masterpieces in Innsbruck including the... [ read more ]

Top 3 Baroque Churches in Innsbruck

Top 3 Baroque Churches in Innsbruck

When you say Innsbruck, your mind flies to an Alpine ski resort. It can be an other reason of your delight when visiting the town, which will surely enchant you. All of Tyrol is beautiful and Innsbruck confirms this truth once again. Today we present the top 3 Baroque churches in Innsbruck. In the south-eastern suburb of the town lies the splendid Wilten basilica built on the foundations of a former chapel. The Hofkirche was built as a mausoleum for Maximilian I and then rebuilt in the Ba... [ read more ]

The most important tourist attractions in Innsbruck

The most important tourist attractions in Innsbruck

Innsbruck is a wonderful city adored by locals and tourists who come from around the world and an important place for winter sports enthusiasts. It hosted the Winter Olympics for two years, owning five ski runs at Olympic standards. At about 40 km from Innsbruck is the Stubai glacier where you can ski all year round. We present the main tourist attractions in Innsbruck. The most important symbols of the city include the Golden Roof, the Hofburg Imperial Palace, the Ambras Castle, the Berg... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to Innsbruck

Tourist guide to Innsbruck

Innsbruck is a city in the southwest of Austria and is the provincial capital of Tyrol, The city is situated on the Inn River, at 150 km from Vienna, the capital of Austria. It is not only the Tyrolean capital, but is also the heart of the Alps.  In translation, Innsbruck means "bridge over the river Inn". The first document of Innsbruck dates before 1187 and the city became the provincial capital of Tyrol in 1429. Later in the fifteenth century the city became the political and cultural... [ read more ]