Innsbruck Culture

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  • Innsbruck Old Town

    Innsbruck Old Town

    A visit to Innsbruck is incomplete without a visit to Innsbruck’s Old Town. The Old Town is the heart of the city and is home to many medieval buildings, ancient hotels and present day bars and cafés. With its cobbled streets, the Old Town has something to offer to everyone. ...

  • • Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

    • Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

    Innsbruck comes alive during the Christmas season and at the Christkindltmarkt you can enjoy the festive season by browsing through the many stalls and buying Christmas goodies and enjoying local delicacies. Festival Dates: Mid November to mid December annually ...

  • Alpine Folk Music Festival

    Alpine Folk Music Festival

    Held in the month of September, the Alpine Music Festival celebrated folk musicians and singers. Folk performances are followed by lively parties and lots of delicious local food. Festival Dates: September annually ...

  • Maypole Celebration

    Maypole Celebration

    In April every year people from the neighbouring village of Aldrans come together to celebrate the arrival of spring, which includes dancing around the maypole on May 1st. Festival Dates: May annually ...

  • Fasnacht


    Held in February every four years, the Fasnacht festival portrays the struggle between good and evil. Celebrations involve people wearing ancient masks and dancing down the street in beautifully embellished costumes. Festival Dates: February every four years. ...