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There is, quite simply, no place in the world that compares with the Olympic Town of Innsbruck. Innsbruck is the only major city in the European Alps, and offers a combination of culture, history and nature unequaled anywhere else. Timeless beauty in the mountains Innsbrucks 15 Village Resorts blend in perfectly with the natural environment. They also offer visitors countless opportunities for sporting activities, recreation and relaxation.
There is more than one reason for coming to Innsbruck. In fact, theres a multitude of them. Twice host to the Winter Olympics, it is a cultural center which has taken 800 years to evolve. A town of art treasures, worthwhile attractions and varied cultural pursuits. The love of music is reflected in a huge range of special occasions arranged throughout the year, many with an international flavor. Highlights in the annual Calendar of Events include folklore and brass music concerts, the Innsbruck Dance Summer, the Festival of Early Music and the versatile and atmospheric Innsbruck Advent Events.
The greater Innsbruck area has the lustrous reputation of being a winter sports capital. The town works hard to maintain and improve its twin character as a top-class ski area and sophisticated urban center. Innsbruck offers winter guests a tempting choice of great skiing and snowboarding in the Olympic SkiWorld. However, as famous as Innsbruck is for winter sports, its a great summer destination and shines as a hiking center, too.
Wintersports-information for the Patscherkofel (one of the skiing areas around Innsbruck)
Number of lifts: 7
Number of T-bar lifts/chairlifts/cableways: 4/2/1
Km of pistes: 14
Number of blue/red/black pistes in km: 6/5/3
Cross-country-skiing tracks in km: 77
Funpark/halfpipe for snow boarders: no
Tobogganing tracks in km: 3
Alternative: Summer description