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Having worked overseas for years, Klaus Brunner came back home to explore Tirol with camera and microphone in tow. Home is where your heart is.

Summer solstice fires in Tirol
Updated on 14.06.2021 in Arts & Culture from Klaus
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Tiroleans mark the longest day of the year by lighting fires in the mountains. One of the areas with the most spectacular summer solstice celebrations can be found at the Zugspitze mountain. The tradition of summer solstice fires dates back many centuries and is today included on the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List.
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A wonderfully crispy dessert from Tirol that is fun to make at home: “Strauben”
Updated on 27.05.2021 in Food & Drink from Klaus
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“Strauben” are Tirol’s answer to funnel cakes: A batter of flour, eggs and milk is poured through a funnel, fried to even brownness and sprinkled with powdered sugar – a wonderfully crispy dessert that is fun to make at home.
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Updated on 06.04.2021 in Food & Drink from Klaus
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Apples, flour, eggs and milk. That's all you need to make "Apfelradln", one of the most popular sweet treats in Tirol. Mix them all together and pop them in the pan with a little butter for a few minutes et voilà. Check out the recipe below for what we think is probably the best way to eat fruit.
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Updated on 23.03.2021 in Food & Drink from Klaus
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Tirol’s brewing landscape is diversifying. Small start-ups are appearing throughout the region, while larger and more established breweries are experimenting more than ever before. We put together a team of beer experts and set them the onerous task of selecting the top beers from Tirol. Cheers!
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Updated on 19.03.2021 in Recommendations from Klaus
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To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus in the region, Tirol's museums and galleries are currently closed to the public. We have therefore put together a list of ten great virtual museum experiences and guided tours for all those keen to enjoy a bit of Tirolean culture from the comfort of their own homes. Ready? Let's go!
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When the temperatures start to rise and the days start getting longer, most people don’t feel like spending hours preparing food in the kitchen anymore. So, we have put together some fast and delicious snacks made from regional ingredients. The best way to enjoy these snacks is together with friends!
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Photo Credit: Ricardo Gstrein/Ötztal Tourismus
The incredible “007 Elements“ cinematic installation opened after filming of the James Bond Spectre film in Ötztal. Is it worth making the trip to the glacier? As a former Bond fan, the author went to go see.
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Paragleiter Hohe Salve
Updated on 02.03.2021 in Recommendations from Klaus
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Staying home is not exactly the best ways to enjoy the beauty of Tirol, but we have come up with a solution for all those keen to enjoy the majesty of the Austrian Alps from the comfort of their couch. Check out our top ten attractions for a virtual visit to Tirol and join us on a spectacular journey through the Heart of the Alps.
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TW Berufe Mayrhofen  – Penken Harakiri Die steilste Piste Öster
Updated on 14.01.2021 in People from Klaus
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With a 78 percent grade, the thrilling double black Harakiri Trail rakes in hard-core honours for being Austria’s steepest downhill run. This sickeningly steep terrain requires a special winch cat to groom, which is driven by heavy machinery operator Christoph Egger.
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Updated on 07.12.2020 in Arts & Culture from Klaus
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Sleepy shepherds, reflective yodelling and, of course, the classic "Silent Night, Holy Night" are among our seven favourite Christmas carols from Tirol. We have recorded each and every one to bring a little alpine atmosphere to your living room. Feel free to sing along!
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