Where Innsbruck runs

Two top running events in the Tyrolean capital. 

Innsbruck

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    Where Innsbruck runs

    That would be an idea: to put your New Year’s resolution to “do more sports” into practice already on New Year's Eve! Innsbruck does exactly that and organises a run at the turn of the year. The kids run almost two kilometres, the adults five kilometres. The motto: into the New Year at full speed!

    ©Innsbruck Läuft/Haller
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    Innsbruck Happy Run

    The Happy Run is Tyrol’s biggest charity run.  At this sports event the running community sweats in front of the scenery of Innsbruck's city centre in support of the Ronald McDonald Children’s Charity. Participants can choose to run from 400 metres to the half-marathon distance.

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The Innsbruck Card also includes the Innsbruck Sightseeing Bus. It stops at most of the important points in and around Innsbruck and, while the parents listen to the audio guide, the kids can relax while looking out the window and enjoying a snack you have bought - until the next wow experience. Incidentally, the bus also stops right in front of the Austria Trend Hotel in Innsbruck!

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