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Innsbruck - Capital of the Alps

Between culture and nature, high peaks and low valleys, traditions and trends – no other region combines extreme contrasts with as much charm as Innsbruck. Here you can travel from the heart of the Tyrolean capital up to the high peaks of the Nordkette mountain range in just 20 minutes, where you can experience this alpine jewel up close and marvel at the vibrant hustle and bustle of the city from above. Or discover alpine-urban style with little jumps through time from modern architecture to historical buildings. The city's special old town flair and famous sights are only a breath away from your next hike or bike tour, ski area or winter hiking experience. An abundance of contrasts in a very small area... Where else can you experience your own personal definition of freedom, from leisurely to demanding, in just one place?

Convention City Innsbruck

Innsbruck‘s attractiveness as a congress city is manifested by its central location in the heart of the Alps and the unique combination of urban flair and impressive mountain scenery. The city is characterized by a symbiosis of historic old town and avant-garde architecture. An important asset for Innsbruck as a business and congress location is the city‘s extensive education and research capacities. In addition to the University of Innsbruck as the largest and most important research and educational institution in western Austria, the renowned Medical University, the Management Center Innsbruck and the Health University of Applied Sciences are located in Innsbruck. The modern private university UMIT TIROL is located in Hall i.T., east of Innsbruck.