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by Lena in Recommendations

Seven Don’t-Miss Summer Music Festivals in Tirol

Festival time. Think about it: a full weekend of dancing and singing your face off in front of hundreds and hundreds of people, awesome bands and DJs, sunshine—not to mention the occasional beer. Now, that’s probably not exactly what most of you would expect from Tirol. Think again: Tirol’s summer music festival scene draws fans…

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by Jannis in Recommendations

Tirol Alpinist Association Refuges for an Early Season Hut Adventure

Hiking season is near and fortunately the eager beavers out there don’t need to wait too long to lace up their hiking boots: Numerous Alpinist Association shelters and refuges throughout Tirol are ready for the new season and open in early summer 2019, making it easy for hikers and mountain bikers to do an overnighter…

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by Klaus in Recommendations

8 Amazing Romantic Getaways in Tirol

In spring, love is around every corner so what could be more appropriate than a romantic weekend getaway with your significant other? Whether your idea of romance is historic surroundings, romantic seclusion or sleeping in a bed of hay, there’s a hotel in Tirol to set your heart aflutter.

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by Silvia in Family

The Best Family Days Out Around Innsbruck

Wondering how you’re going to keep the kids occupied in Innsbruck and environs? Fear not, as we’ve put together some ideas to help you build your own itinerary to suit your family!

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Specials

Selection of our most interesting stories about huts, traditional recipes and the people who make Tirol what it is.

by Benjamin in Bits & Pieces

Tirol in May: The Pre-Summer Month

May is upon us, which means the days are longer and warmer and a great lull in between seasons happens: It’s the best time of the year for scenic bike rides, city trips and festivals.

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by Sebastian Höhn in People

Being Herdsmen for a Summer

Fire, water, cattle and wood. Essentially, this is all Sarah Kofler, Janis Pönisch and their two children need each summer, when they leave their work and city life in the valley to spend two months on an ‘Alm’ high in the Austrian Alps. Tending 34 cattle in a world that you thought was long gone…

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

Burgeralm: A Haven for Cheese Lovers

Raw-milk alpine cheese, Tilsiter cheese, yogurt, butter, cured bacon… if you want to sample finest, handcrafted regional specialties, put Burgeralm Alpine Pasture Hut in Rettenschöss on your itinerary. Moreover, you can soak in the majesty of the mountains at this family-friendly place which is easily accessible and makes for a great day out.

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by Eva in Food & Drink

Tirolean dumplings: The original recipe to try at home

Have you ever tried cooking Tirolean Speckknödel (bacon dumplings) at home? Watch the video below where we will walk you through every step of how to make this delightful Tirol staple. Of course we’ve got you covered and share this fantastic recipe with you. Enjoy!

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