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Updated on 19.03.2021 in Arts & Culture from Wolfgang Westermeier
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What does Tirol sound like? And where in the region can the best acoustics be found? We spoke to the Innsbruck-born opera singer Paul Schweinester, a man who has not only sung on some of the world's greatest stages but also has a Grammy nomination to his name and has performed at the Salzburg Festival. Join us on an audio journey through Tirol.
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Winter sports are all about thrills, spills and adrenaline, right? Wrong. Wolfgang Westermeier and friends headed to Kartitsch in East Tirol for a weekend of winter walking. Far from the bright lights and loud music of many ski resorts, they rediscovered winter in its most authentic and original form.
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Updated on 19.03.2021 in Food & Drink from Wolfgang Westermeier
8 min reading time
Vegetarian, flexitarian – or just fancy something different? Eating out in Tirol doesn't have to be a meat-fest. Throughout the region there are plenty of huts, guesthouses and restaurants with a wide range of vegetarian dishes prepared using local organic produce. Here is our guide to meat-free dining in Tirol.
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Marmot fat is still used to make a cream said to have a soothing effect on the muscles and joints, though today it is more of a souvenir than a salve.
Updated on 03.02.2021 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
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Updated on 18.01.2021 in Feel Good from Wolfgang Westermeier
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In turbulent times such as these it is easy to lose sight of what is truly important in life – for example, looking after yourself. We have picked five spots in Tirol where you can get away from it all and embark on a journey to inner harmony. After all, your deserve it.
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Updated on 17.11.2020 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
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When you are standing in a valley, you look up into the sky. When you are on the top of a mountain, you gaze into the distance. When you are floating high up in the sky in a hot-air balloon, your view of the world will change once again: During a journey over wintery Tirol, you will recognise the system within the chaos as well as the hidden connections in the mountains – and you will understand how small we human beings are.
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Updated on 02.07.2020 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
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The closest most of us come to life on the farm is buying a bunch of carrots from the friendly lady at the market on Saturday morning. However, here in Tirol there are a number of working farms which invite visitors to muck in, get their hands dirty and learn what life is really like working the land in this region of mountains and valleys. Here are our top tips for farmyard holidays in the Heart of the Alps.
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Five eco-friendly activities trending right now - with almost zero carbon footprint.
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Searching for marmots.
Updated on 25.05.2020 in Nature from Wolfgang Westermeier
10 min reading time
Ibex, chamois, vulture, eagle and marmot – those are the five animals every visitor to Tirol would like to catch a glimpse of.  We have talked to the rangers in the region's nature parks to discover the best walks and hikes with a good chance of seeing these wonderful creatures.
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The French have their cottages, persons from Berlin their weekend homes – and Tiroleans have a paradise on their doorstep. 5 locals tell us about their personal secret escapes: the perfect places to relax, recharge your batteries or just have fun.
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