Klaus

Klaus

Having worked overseas for years, Klaus Brunner came back home to explore Tirol with camera and microphone in tow. Home is where your heart is.


by Klaus in Food & Drink

Best Potato Recipes: Potato Pancakes with Apple-Onion Chutney

Made with only local ingredients, these potato pancakes take advantage of all the seasonal goodies popping up at your local market during the colder season. Potatoes are a perfect winter comfort food – they can be stored all winter long and be prepared in many ways. Give this dish a try and fall in love…

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by Klaus in Recommendations

5 Ski Resorts Easily Accessible by Train

No traffic jams, no stress, no black ice – just lean back and enjoy the scenery; then go directly from the train station to the ski slope. Travelling by train is the best and easiest way to reach many Tirolean tourism destinations. Today we would like to show you five ski resorts you can easily…

2 min. Reading time
by Klaus in Recommendations

Ten Christmas Presents from Tirol

Still haven’t got your Christmas shopping done? Don’t worry, we’ve got a few top tips for you! We have put together some of the best present ideas from Tirol catering for all tastes, interests and budgets.

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

Best Potato Recipes: Potato Soup with Pumpkin, Plums and Red Wine

Made with only local ingredients, this soup takes advantage of all the seasonal goodies popping up at your local market during the colder season. Potatoes are a perfect winter comfort food – they can be stored all winter long and be prepared in many ways. Give this soup a try and fall in love with…

3 min. Reading time
by Klaus in Recommendations

Five Unforgettable Places to Stay

If waking up in an igloo or with close-ups of Austria’s tallest mountain sounds like your kind of vacation, then we’ve got five ideas you won’t soon forget. A different twist on wintertime slumber, these amazing places to stay in Tirol are a start to get your imagination going.

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

Wine from Tirol: when vines begin to climb

In the past it was not taken seriously, but now it is an award-winning wine. More and more Alpine vine growers press wine of remarkable quality in Tirol. South of the Brenner this has been a long tradition, however, further north it is a pioneering achievement.

5 min. Reading time
by Klaus in Arts & Culture

Five Family-Friendly Museums

Museums are booooooooooring? Think again! From medieval castles once inhabited by brave knights to glistening rooms full of crystal creations, Tirol is home to many family-friendly museums just waiting to be discovered. Many of them also offer special guided tours for children in the winter months, making them the perfect place for a fun and…

3 min. Reading time
by Klaus in Food & Drink

Superfood from Tirol: “Graukäse” and “Zieger”

While the Italians are proud of their prized “parmigiano” and the French crazy about their creamy “camembert”, Tiroleans have their “Graukäse”. Though almost completely unknown outside the region, this delicious dairy delicacy definitely deserves more attention. It is made from fermented milk and not only tastes great but is also surprisingly healthy thanks to its…

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by Klaus in Recommendations

Ask a Local: Wildschönau

Where to eat and drink? Which attractions you won’t want to miss? Which peak to bag? “Ask a Local” is a new series exploring iconic places in Tirol from the perspective of the people who know it best: locals. This time around, Wildschönau-native Christine Silberberger gives us the scoop.

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