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The Berghof serves only lamb sourced from its own mountain farm., © Tirol Werbung / Ramon Haindl
Jürgen Schmücking
Updated 5 days ago in Food & Drink from Jürgen Schmücking
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Bacon dumplings with a cold beer? Often it is the classic dishes that are still the best. We have compiled a list of ten traditional guesthouses in Tirol committed to local cuisine with an innovative idea or tantalising twist.
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Five Wooden Buildings to catch the eye
Wood is such a versatile material and available in such abundance in places like Tirol that it is sometimes hard to fathom why not all building are made from it. After all, it is renewable, carbon-friendly and 100% sustainable. Wooden houses and buildings are naturally warm and often have a wonderful aroma, especially if they are made of pine. And, last but certainly not least, wood is so adaptable that many architects choose it for their most ambitious projects. Here are five of the coolest wooden buildings in Tirol.
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'Eierpecken' pits two eggs against each other. Which one will come out on top?, © Johannes Sautner
Tirol has some weird and wonderful Easter traditions. We have picked ten of the best from the 40-day fast of Lent to unusual ones such as egg-bashing and grave-decorating.
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Vinzent keeps an eye on things as the meat slowly cooks on the wood-burning stove with its iron plate.
Oliver Stolle
Updated 12 days ago in Food & Drink from Oliver Stolle
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Oliver Stolle
Updated on 13.03.2023 in People from Oliver Stolle
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From easy cruising to extreme climbing, Tirol is a paradise for off-piste skiing and freeriding. For three local brothers, exploring the mountains is a family affair. Their alpine adventures large and small are a ritual since childhood– and a tradition that bind the bonds of brotherhood tighter than ever.
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Updated on 06.03.2023 in Sports from Eva
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Winter may be winding down, but there are still many reasons to get out on your skis and snowboard this time of the year. Spring brings warmer temperatures, more fun and sunshine galore. Don’t put those skis or snowboard away just yet! Here are twelve reasons we love spring skiing and snowboarding. Hello, spring ;-)
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Updated on 27.02.2023 in People from Wolfgang Westermeier
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Updated on 27.02.2023 in Recommendations from Maximilian Gerl
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White and glistening, mountains can be both enchanting and foreboding in the winter months. Yet in both summer and winter there is no feeling quite like standing atop a peak and looking down at the world below. Here are five mountains you can climb in winter without having to be a super-fit professional mountaineer with an oxygen mask and ice pick. Don’t forget to snap a quick selfie at the top to prove to friends at home that you really made it all the way up.
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Updated on 20.02.2023 in Recommendations from Julia
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Sure, skiing is a big part of winter here in Tirol. But I also like to try other winter activities away from the pistes with my kids. Here are a few ideas on what to see and do on holiday beyond the ski slopes.
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