Theresa

Theresa

Tirol native Theresa Schuler is a creative mountain adventurer who loves to share her culinary secrets and the latest trends (ok, maybe she keeps a few to herself).


by Theresa in Bits & Pieces

TimeTour: A Virtual Time Travel Experience of Innsbruck

Have you ever wondered what it used to be like in Innsbruck in the year 1905? Well, there was an iron bridge over the Inn River, a tram route across Maria-Theresien-Street and a custom house in front of the Triumphal Arch. I know that because we placed ourselves back in time: Thanks to a VR-enhanced…

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Tirol Botschafter Gunnar Munthe
by Theresa in People

The Awesome Norse

A young Swedish economics student dropped out of university, ran away to the Tirolean Alps and bought a bar beside a ski run above St. Anton. His name was Gunnar Munthe and at his bar he presided over the evolution of a new kind of après ski, turning a once-genteel activity into something raucous and…

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by Theresa in Food & Drink

Kaiserschmarrn: The original recipe to try at home

An icon of Austrian cuisine, “Kaiserschmarrn” is a fluffy shredded pancake, which has its name from the Austrian Emperor, Kaiser Franz Joseph I, who was very fond of this kind of dish. To me, it’s the perfect comfort food for when I am taking a break from skiing (I am kind of a sweet tooth!).…

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by Theresa in Recommendations

The Top 10 Places in Tirol to Visit in 2019

Amazing views, the fluffiest “Kaiserschmarren” ever and a place to connect with nature and yourself… handpicked by our blog authors, the best places to visit in Tirol have something special to offer every visitor. If you’re one of the fortunate who’ll be traveling to Tirol in 2019, consider some of these very best places during…

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