1. Culture Vultures
You are interested in traditional hand made products, in art of the locals and in local architecture. Find out about Alfons Walde (1891-1958) who achieved international recognition mainly with the posters of winter landscapes and winter sports motifs created 1920-1938. He was the first artist to successfully bring skiing as a subject into painting.
Explore the difference of farm houses in every valley and region of our small country and get to know about 1809 - the most important year in Tyroleans history!
available dates 2020:
August 31st, September 3rd, September 21st, September 24th.
2. Culture included
- The Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage in Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Europe.
- Museum Kitzbühel including the Alfons Walde exhibition.
- Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses (April-October)
Tyrolean Krippen (November-February) "Krippe" = crib/nativity scene
- Tyrol Panorama with Kaiserjäger Museum and Berg Isel Ski Jump: long tradition meets modern architecture!
All transports to all those interesting spots are included as well as airport transerfs from/to Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich,
3. Always Included
Talk to the people
Daily german courses that are led
by your own german teacher.
Every day will also feature german
discussion on current events or
You can choose whether you would
like to stay in a cosy bed and
breakfast or stay in an apartment
together with other participants.
If you are coming from overseas
we will ensure that you get the
most of your tax free shopping
experience. There are multiple
malls in the area and transport to
these is of course included.