Cool experiences off the slopes

A break from winter sport

A visit to the Tyrolean capital is also worthwhile for anyone who hates winter sports, of just wants to take a break from the slopes.

Innsbruck

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    Nordkette Perspective Way

    If you want to see Innsbruck from above, you do not have to do it on two boards. The Norwegian-American architecture company Snøhetta has designed a route on the Nordkette mountains where nature and architecture interact perfectly. Attention: allow at least 45 minutes to walk and be amazed.
     

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    Die Bäckerei

    Die Bäckerei is a meeting place for people who want to be creative. The house and its events, workshops and lectures are open to all visitors who like to play music, debate or meditate.

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    Cloud 9

    The Cloud 9 is not just a bar in an igloo, but also a museum and one of the highest clubs in the Alps. Every Friday is celebrated here - but to electronic sounds and not to après-ski hits.

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    Audioversum

    The Audioversum is an interactive museum all about hearing. It features installations that were developed together with the renowned Ars Electronica Center in Linz.

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    Resort Conceptstore

    The Resort Conceptstore and the toiletries and home furnishings that can be bought there look like they have just dropped out of an Instagram dream - no wonder, as founder Daniel Matts used to work for Vivienne Westwood in London.

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Secret tips from Innsbruck's foodies

Eat like the locals

With around 132,000 inhabitants, Innsbruck is quite compact. However the great range of culinary delights gives both locals and visitors the feeling that they are in a metropolis.

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