Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in all of Austria. The literal translation of the name is “Inn bridge”. Innsbruck is the capital of Tyrol state located in the western part of the country. Surrounded by mountain ranges of the alps with snow-capped mountains. This place is one of the best places in world for winter sports enthusiasts. This is why it has hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976 and also the Winter Paralympics in 1984 and 1988. It became the capital of Tyrol in 1429 and was the centre of all political happenings of Europe. This was because emperor Maximilian I resided in this city during that time period.
Coming to the climatic conditions of this city, this place has a continental weather with touch of humidity. Winters in this city are too cold and snowfall takes place frequently. Spring seasons are warm in the day and freezing at the night. The summer is very different and erratic as the climate can be either cool as 17°C, rainy or extremely warm with temperatures going up to 34° C.
|Address:||Doktor-Hans-Liebherr-Alpenstraße 1. 6410 Telfs-Buchen/Seefeld. Austria|
|Phone:||++43 50 80930|