Alpin-Urban Highlights in the Innsbruck Region
Fascination of alpine mountains - pulsating urban space.
The unique interplay of alpine adventures and urban flair makes the Innsbruck region a special conference destination. Enjoy inspiring meetings with a mountain panorama, unforgettable team-building experiences in nature and the pulsating city life. Individual framework programmes and exclusive highlights make your incentive unforgettable, we reveal our favourite locations for your successful events.
"Above the clouds, the freedom must be boundless…“ (Reinhard Mey).
Let the heights inspire you and experience how your events above the city peaks with impressive views become unforgettable events. Being close to nature helps to increase productivity and let ideas flow. Our highest event locations provide the perfect backdrop to let your mind wander and your creativity flourish in the fresh mountain air.
The "Seegrube" on the Nordkette at 1,905 metres offers just the right thing: fresh mountain air and a breathtaking (wide) view of the city of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. If you want to go even higher, you will not only find an incomparable natural paradise on Innsbruck's local mountain, the Patscherkofel, but also top-equipped seminar rooms at 1,965 metres. High, higher, Hoadlhaus. At 2,340 metres, Innsbruck's highest event location with a breathtaking sun terrace for your incentive event.
The proximity to nature helps to increase productivity and let ideas flow.
Located on the sun-drenched Mieminger Plateau Golf Park, Alpenresort Schwarz stands out for its diverse possibilities and offers a very special backdrop for your meeting in an exclusive setting. In the sunny low mountain range, the Natterer See holiday resort enchants with untouched nature. You can spend the night between forests and meadows on the shores of Lake Natter in modern mobile homes, sleeping barrels, wood lodges and luxurious safari lodge tents. From the large sun terrace and through the floor-to-ceiling windows, dasMei in beautiful Mutters impresses with a view into the greenery and towards Innsbruck, and after entering congresspark igls, guests feel as if they are already standing outside again. The elegant building is reminiscent of a garden pavilion, captivating with light, airiness and a great panorama.
Emperor Maximilian I (1459 - 1519) held important political meetings in Innsbruck. He made the city the European centre and hub of international events.
The 500-year-old Riesensaal in the Hofburg Innsbruck provides a stylish setting for celebrations as well as for lectures and presentations. Huge paintings of the imperial family, magnificent chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows make you feel like you've been transported back to imperial times. Right next to it is the historic "Dogana" event hall from the 16th century - once Europe's largest hall theatre and the stage for the first conference in Tyrol. Just outside Innsbruck is the Cistercian monastery of Stams Abbey, which offers a unique historical setting with its magnificent "Bernardisaal". On the way back to the provincial capital, a stop at Tyrol's oldest restaurant is worthwhile: the listed Mellaunerhof . The historic vaults, cosy parlours and a wine cellar, the floor of which - according to legend - was once a Roman path, take you impressively back to the 15th century.