Host City to the International Nature Festival
A unique combination of high mountains and an urban lifestyle – the Innsbruck region has it all.
THE INNSBRUCK REGION
The combination of city and countryside, shopping and sport, culture and mountain experience can only mean one thing: a holiday in Innsbruck. Located in the heart of the Alps, between the Karwendel mountains and the majestic glaciated Alpine ridge, Innsbruck provides everything the holidaymaker with a wide range of interests could wish for. In one moment you are ambling through the medieval alleyways of Innsbruck’s Old Town and in the next you are exploring the breathtaking landscape of the Karwendel mountains. Right next to the exit from the Old Town, the modern Nordkettenbahnen funicular railway and cable cars take visitors up to the Seegrube mountain, the highest balcony in Europe at almost 2,000 m, in just 20 minutes.
Originating from the “Innsbrucker Naturfilmtage”, the history of the International Nature Festival is inextricably linked to the city of Innsbruck. Located in the heart of the Alps and only a stone’s throw away from your next mountain experience, Innsbruck is predestined for nature lovers and friends of the nature film scene. The main actress – the wonderful natural landscape – is particularly easy to discover in the Innsbruck region. Various modern mountain railways and cable cars offer rapid transport from urban space up to the alpine wonderland. The Welcome Card available for guests staying a minimum of 2 nights provides you unlimited use of all public transportation and even includes free rides on selected mountain railways.
PLAN YOUR VISIT TO THE FESTIVAL
October 17 – 22
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Further information regarding your stay in Innsbruck can be found on the official website www.innsbruck.info. Make sure to have a look into the official Innsbruck blog www.blog.innsbruck.info/en to get further inspiration and creative ideas on what to do and how to explore the Innsbruck region best.