Rest of Austria

Things to do in Rest of Austria

A nearly 40-year-old bar that lures skiers with copious helpings of Jägermeister and rock ’n’ roll.

A lively disco where Swedish ski instructors and European vacationers down frothy steins and ski-booted table dancing is de rigueur.

Aggressively futuristic and sensual, the four Alpine railway stations
along the line linking Innsbruck's city center to Hungerberg are
eye-popping biomorphic forms in glass, floating over simple concrete
platforms. At first glance the stations seem to evoke rocket-fueled,

Against the backdrop of Lake Constance, this 6,880-seat architectural wonder features a “floating stage” (the largest in the world) and showcases international concerts, plays, and operas.

Olympic Pedigree: Dating back to the 1935 World Championships, the track in Igls also hosted the luge and bobsled competitions during both the 1964 and 1976 Winter Games.

 

The glass-and-steel building, designed by renowned Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, showcases rotating exhibits.

After an initial consultation, an on-staff physician prescribes everything from mental coaching to muscle-soothing techniques for the eight-day Burnout Prevention package.

Few experiences rival the biweekly sledding night.