A strong low pressure area is situated over the Bay of Biscay at the moment. It will slowly extend to the Alps, but will not reach us before tomorrow. With warm air from the Sahara moving in at the front of the system, foehn winds will pick up. We will therefore see a dry mix of sunshine and clouds with relatively high temperatures for the season.
On Tuesday a cold front will bring cooler air to our region. It will mostly be cloudy with locally heavy precipitation. Wednesday will mark the end of the snowfall.
Every year in, visitors in Innsbruck are invited to travel beyond the limits of time and space – on an audio-visual journey into the worlds of art, science and history. The destination: the special exhibitions at Innsbruck’s museums.
Museum diversity up close
Every year, the Capital of the Alps offers informative, varied and entertaining special exhibitions, art openings and events for visitors of all ages. For example, impressive exhibitions at the Ferdinandeum Tyrolean State Museum, exciting insights into days gone by at Ambras Castle, symbols and images brought to life at the Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art and nature under the microscope at the Zeughaus Tyrolean Cultural History Museum.