Rest of Austria

Rest of Austria Travel Guide

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,

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

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

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

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.

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

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.

 

Few experiences rival the biweekly sledding night.