Bits & Pieces

Bits & Pieces

TEXT Gero Günther | PHOTOS Roderick Aichinger
by Guest Author in Bits & Pieces

Snow Kings (and Queens)

People have developed a love-hate relationship with “shovelling snow”, as the Tiroleans refer to snow clearing. It is exhausting, on the one hand. On the other, there is almost no other job where you can see the results of your efforts so quickly – especially when the snow piles up as high as it did…

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by Klaus in Bits & Pieces

5 Cozy Fine-Dining Gems in Tirol

Part of a traditional farmhouse in Tirol, the cozy ‘Stube’ (or ‘parlor’) evokes a bygone era thanks to their timber paneling, perfectly accented by a roaring fire in the fireplace and favorites like homemade “Kaiserschmarrn”. Stop in to see the beautiful dining rooms and warm up over local comfort foods on a cold winter day.…

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by Fabienne in Bits & Pieces

10 Things to Do in Tirol This Spring

As we roll on into March and a new season, celebrate by shedding those winter layers, getting out and smelling the flowers. Spring in Tirol means taking advantage of sun in the valley and snow in the mountains. I’ve always been an advocate of making seasonal to-do lists in order to keep life interesting. However, I fully…

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by Fabienne in Bits & Pieces

Innsbruck Airport: Not Your Average Landing.

Passengers flying in to Innsbruck (IATA: INN) are fortunate. They will enjoy the most dramatic approach to any airport in Europe, as the aircraft descends through a deep mountain valley. We talked to three people who told us why Innsbruck is their fav airport in the world to fly in/out of…

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by Fabienne in Bits & Pieces

New Year’s Eve in Tirol

It’s almost that time again to bring in the new year – only a few more days until New Year’s Eve! Do you know what you’ll be doing to welcome the new year? If not, that’s okay. Tirol has a lot of different options to make your New Year’s Eve unique. Here are a few…

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