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Tyrolean Evenings Family Gundolf in Innsbruck

1. Tyrolean Evenings Family Gundolf in Innsbruck

Immerse yourself in Austrian tradition as you attend a folk program with singing, dancing, yodeling, and more. Let the Gundolf Family–a staple in Innsbruck since 1967–entertain you with a 1.5-hour presentation. For many people, the Gundolf Family is a group of musical ambassadors representing Innsbruck and the historical region of Tyrol around the world. With a varied and attractive program, you will be delighted as you watch Tyrolean dances and “shoe-slapping.” You will also hear typical Tyrolean songs and yodeling. Don't be surprised if you find yourself wanting to dance, sing, and clap along too. In addition to the show, you will have the option of enjoying a drink or taking part in a 3-course meal before or during the show. This includes: Clear soup with sliced pancakes Roast pork with potatoes and mixed salad Apple strudel with whipped cream Program: Music / Schuhplattler – "Reith im Winkel“ (folk-dance) / Yodel-song / Tyrolean figure-dance / Song on the singing saw / Yodel-song / Schuhplattler (folk dance) - Cross Polka / Solo on the country-harp / Alphornklänge = alphorn-sounds / Solo on special tuned cow-bells / Yodel-song / Hackbrett – typical Tyrolean string instrument / Tiroler Holzhackertanz = Woodchoppers dance Intermission Innsbruck Fanfare / Yodel-song / Solo on the zither/ The millers dance / Raffele = old tyrolean string instrument / Jealousy dance / Hölzernes G`lachter = wooden xylophone / Cowbell dance / Yodel-song / Miners dance / Bozner Bergsteigermarsch = the march of the mountaineers Finale (popular songs of visiting countries) Songs, dances and music of this program have been recorded on DVD, video, and CD (which can be purchased on the spot). 

Innsbruck: Food Walking Tour with a Licensed Guide

2. Innsbruck: Food Walking Tour with a Licensed Guide

On this entertaining guided tour, you will learn about Innsbruck’s history, its architecture, its culture and its inhabitants while tasting culinary delicacies. During our leisurely city walk, we will explore Innsbruck's old town with its many sights. Stroll with us through narrow alleys past colourful houses and enjoy the view from the Inn Bridge. See the breath-taking mountain backdrop of the Nordkette. We will also look behind the facades, where there are unexpected cultural and culinary treasures to discover! Not to be missed is Innsbruck's landmark, the Golden Roof, whose 2.657 fire-gilded shingles inspired a master confectioner for a sweet creation. Golden Roof shingles with honey-roasted almonds, pistachio marzipan, almond nougat and dark chocolate - a real delight!! On our tour, you will sample a selection of delicious and hearty Tyrolean specialities served with amusing stories and anecdotes about Tyrolean Inn and Eating Culture of times gone by. Sweet delicacies round off the tour. Enjoy the ambience of one of the traditional cafés/confectioneries and take in the flair of Innsbruck's old town.

Vienna: Full-Day Vienna Woods Wine Tasting Tour

3. Vienna: Full-Day Vienna Woods Wine Tasting Tour

Lower Austria is the cradle of Austrian viticulture, and this private wine tasting tour is your chance to visit the area's beautiful forests and vineyards of the Thermal Region, just south of Vienna. Take a 30-minute train ride to the heart of the Vienna Woods for a wine-filled day. Summer (April-October) Your summer tour will begin with a hike in the spa town of Baden, which was once a favorite country retreat of Beethoven. From there you will walk along forest trails towards a magnificent elevated viewpoint overlooking the Vienna Basin in all directions. This spot alone is a photographer's dream. Continue the trip by entering the neighboring vineyards, wandering through row upon row of lush green vines. Winter (November-March) Your train will bring you directly to the vineyards of one of Austria’s oldest wine-making institutions, steeped in middle-age tradition and history. While there, learn about how the monastic orders became wine pioneers of their time and their influence on Austrian viticulture. Sample a glass of local sekt (sparkling wine) to toast your arrival to Austrian wine country. The afternoon segment of both the winter and summer tours will be the same. You will continue to the picturesque wine village of Gumpoldskirchen for lunch at a traditional Austrian wine tavern. From there, you'll visit a local winery to enjoy an extensive wine tasting featuring the region's specialty wines, and to ask questions to local experts about modern-day wine making. Your tour later concludes with a short train ride back to the city center, just in time for your evening schedule.

Innsbruck: Beer History & Tasting Walking Tour

4. Innsbruck: Beer History & Tasting Walking Tour

Experience a culinary journey through time with the Tyrolean breweries. You will gain basic knowledge about the state of Tyrol and its breweries, the people behind them, and the various products. From Lager to Radler, from Pils to Pale Ale, you will learn everything about the different beer styles of Tyrolean breweries. Always included: a snack that goes with the beer. Plus we will pass the most important sights of Innsbruck as well as the best photo spots. This tour has been awarded the Green Events Tyrol basic Award and is carried out according to their criteria. For this tour we will meet at 4:30 or 5:00 pm at the Landhaus Innsbruck (Eduard Wallnöfer Platz 3). After a short introduction and walk past the Triumphal Arch in Innsbruck, you are being led to our first participating restaurant, where we are going to do our first tasting of regional tyrolean Beer and traditional snack. After a short walk to our next stop, you can explore one of Austria´s finest Beer Shops by tasting the different tyrolean beers offered there, including the right snacks to go with the beers. Discover the great pairing of beer and cheese at our next stop, where you will learn more about the oldest brewery in Tyrol. Admire the pittoresque Old Town of Innsbruck with its famous Golden Roof and Hofburg on our walk to our fourth and final stop and feel free to ask your guide anything you´d like to know about this great city. At our last stop you´ll learn to appreciate the originality and craftsmanship that goes into beer brewing and into craft beers. Here you are getting a taste of one of Tyrol´s most prestigious Craft Beer Brewery and have again some lovely snacks to go along with them. Our last stop is right in the heart of Innsbruck and not far (400 metres) from our starting point. Our guides will be more than happy to help you with finding your way to your hotel or rental place.

Innsbruck: Brewery Walking Tour with a Beer Sommelier

5. Innsbruck: Brewery Walking Tour with a Beer Sommelier

For this tour experience, we will met at Marktplatz Innsbruck with a nice view on the surrounding mountain chain of the Nordkette. After a short introduction, we will get into the Tram Line 1 which brings us close to our first brewery experience. Within a short walk, your first beer adventure starts with Niklas, the young brewer at Tiroler Bier. Profit from his rich knowledge and enthusiasm about beer and taste the amazing beer styles he is coming up with. The tour ends with a small tasting of further products of the brewery like Beer Liquor, Beer Schnaps and even Whiskey. In walking back to the Tram Station and taking the Tram all across town with a lot of Innsbruck´s main sights on the way, we will get to the second brewery. Experience the fun and surprising set up for this brewery and the philosophy behind its products. Enjoy the little snack the staff prepares for you and the samples of their beer styles. Gain insights into the processes of a small brewery in the middle of the city with a custom made brewing equipment.

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It was a very fun evening. The quality of the performers was high. Different instruments, dances...a good variety. We didn't opt for the meal that looked basic. The beer was good but the wine probably steer clear! Well worth the visit though. Bit tricky to find so opt for transport.

We really enjoyed the show. They have a great overview of the different traditional instruments, musical styles and dancing. I loved that the finale included music from the countries of all the people in the audience.

This was a really fun evening. We got to see and experience traditional folk dancing and music. My nearly 3 year old loved it. I recommend this to visitors to Innsbruck

Truly enjoyed the dinner and show. The performers were enthusiastic and talented. It was a wonderful evening! I highly recommend.

so lovely! James was a great Host, the winerys were magnificent and the wines were awesome!