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  Innsbruck Hotels
Innsbruck hotels - a huge selection of Innsbruck hotels available through the web.
We present one of the most comprehensive selections of hotels in Innsbruck available through the web, with detailed information on the hotels  facilities, photos, maps, and secure reservation forms.
Situated in the very center of Innsbruck, an elegant hotel with tradition and high standard comfort.
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  Innsbruck, Austria
Innsbruck, the old provincial capital of Tirol, lies in the wide Inn valley at the intersection of two important traffic routes, between Germany and Italy and between Vienna and Switzerland.
Innsbruck is a university town and the see of a bishop, but also has a variety of industry and holds regular trade fairs.
In 1239 Innsbruck was granted the status of a town, and thereafter it was surrounded by walls and towers.
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  Innsbruck: Tutte le informazioni su Innsbruck su Encyclopedia.it   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Innsbruck: Tutte le informazioni su Innsbruck su Encyclopedia.it
Innsbruck è il capoluogo del Tirolo del Nord e del Bundesland Tirol, la parte austriaca del Tirolo, nonché capitale storica del Tirolo.
e con circa 130.000 abitanti, Innsbruck è una delle principali città dell'Austria.
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 Innsbruck, Austria
Innsbruck became the capital of all Tirol in 1429.
The peace treaty of Pressburg that sealed Napoleon's conquest of Austria in 1805 decreed that Austria cede the provinces of Brixen, Trient and Tirol to Bavaria.
Innsbruck was to regain significance beyond its immediate provinces in the latter part of the 19th century with the onset of the industrial revolution and the spread of mass communications and transport.
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 Austria - Innsbruck tourist info and hotel bookings
The capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck is located in the western part of Austria at 573 meters elevation, 489 kilometers south-west of Vienna, 190 kilometers away from Salzburg and is one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
Innsbruck has long been a centre of commerce and important traffic junction, as it lies at the crossroad of two important routes across the central Alps.
The beauty of Innsbruck city is protected by the architects who ensure that the new structures built in the city are harmonious with the preexisting Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance style buildings.
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 ski Innsbruck
There are several ski resorts to enjoy from the city of Innsbruck, which is located in the valley surrounded on all sides by spectacular mountain peaks.
Innsbruck is a city that has taken over 800 years to evolve into its present form.
With approximately 128,000 permanent residents, Innsbruck is a rather large city, which offers both skiers and non-skiers alike a rich cultural experience in a lovely atmosphere.
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 Ski Innsbruck | ski holiday and ski resort hotels in Innsbruck, Austria
Innsbruck, the capital of Tirol, is possibly the biggest ski resort in the world, but for the fact that it is really a regional capital and working city.
Innsbruck is dominated by skiing and mountains tower above the city.
The nightlife in Innsbruck centre is not slope-side après ski but rather more cosmopolitan, with a massive student population adding to the mix.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Innsbruck
Innsbruck (population 120,000) is a city in western Austria, and the capital of the Tyrol province.
The Olympic Winter Games were held in Innsbruck twice, first in 1964, then in 1976 when the city replaced Denver, Colorado as the venue after Colorado voters rejected a bond to finance the games.
The Innsbruck Medical University has one of Europe's premier ski injury clinics.Together with the city of Seefeld, Innsbruck organized the Winter Universiade in 2005.
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 Innsbruck travel guide
Innsbruck is the capital of Tirol and - contrary to some expectations - it is not only an alpine ski village; it's a bustling city of over one hundred thousand inhabitants.
Everywhere around Innsbruck's heritage of two "golden ages" can still be found: the first around 1500 under the Emperor Maxmilan I, the second in the mid-1700's under Empress Maria Thérèsia.
Innsbruck is also a convenient place to ski.
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 Goski.com Austria - Innsbruck
There are now six areas on an Innsbruck lift pass, all reached by the free ski bus from the Hauptbahnhof and Landestheaterthe in the center of town.
Innsbruck has a huge variety of bars, nightspots and restaurants ranging from McDonald's to ultra-gourmet.
Innsbruck is a great place not only for skiing (Axamer Lizum - my favorite) but also for going out and having a great time.
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 uefa.com - UEFA EURO 2008™   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Innsbruck, two-times Olympic city (1964 and 1976), offers a range of both summer and winter sports facilities that can barely be matched by any other city of its size anywhere in Europe.
Innsbruck is loved by international athletes and sports federations alike as a venue for European and world championships.
Innsbruck lies exactly 575 metres over sea level in the Inn Valley at the confluence of the River Sill.
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 Innsbruck travel guide - Wikitravel
The main station, Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof, is located at Südtiroler Platz (South-tyrolean square) in the east of the city center.
Innsbruck is reachable through both of Tyrol's motorways: Inntalautobahn (A 12) and Brennerautobahn (A 13).
The Patscherkofel is a skiing region south of Innsbruck, that has a number of timbered ski-runs of the former olympia-routes.
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 Ski and snowboard at Innsbruck, Austria
Innsbruck just happens to be surrounded by a group of resorts with excellent skiing and it has linked its ski package offerings with two of the most famous resorts in Austria—St.
Innsbruck is a great place to try out a lot of Austria’s skiing to get an idea of where to spend more time next season.
Igls, (a part of Innsbruck) a small village on the south side of the Inn Valley, is only a 20-minute bus ride (or 30-minute tram ride) from the city.
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 Innsbruck Hotels Travel Guide – Innsbruck information, hotels, map, travel, tourism, tourist, weather, climate, ...
Innsbruck is about 30 minutes from the Italian border and 45 minutes from the German border.
Innsbruck's various districts (Altstadt, Pradl, Wilten, Saggen) were gradually amalgamated and became part of the city, it is today.
Museums in Innsbruck are also worth a visit as there are some very interesting and informative establishments such as the Tyrol Museum of Popular Art and the Ferdinandeum Museum.
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 43 Innsbruck hotels. Compare prices and book hotel in Innsbruck, Austria using Europe-Cities
The one-star hotel Oelberg in Innsbruck is located a bit outside the city centre.
One of the largest cities in Austria, Innsbruck is extremely busy during winter season, when skiers from all-over-the-world land and take off at city's international airport.
Surrounded by alpine resorts Innsbruck allows one to combine stay in a big city with mountain holidays at the same time.
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 Innsbruck, Austria - Goldene Dachl - Innsbruck Tourism Information - Austria Travel City Guide to Innsbruck
With the settlements of the Bajuwaren, the area turned Bavarian and was later given to the Bishops of Brixen, who lost more and more control of the area to the native Tyrolean counts.
In 1665 Empress Maria Theresia built the Triumph Gate and expanded the "Hofburg", the residence of the Habsburgs in Innsbruck.
Nowadays Innsbruck, with its 150.000 inhabitants, is, because of its favourable position in the Alps, an international center for winter sports and was the host of the Olympic Winter Games twice, in 1964 and 1976.
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 Innsbruck — Infoplease.com
The Column of St. Anne (1706) is a landmark in Innsbruck's main thoroughfare, the Maria Theresienstrasse.
Tyrolean transformation: a new town hall forms the fulcrum of this civic development in the heart of Innsbruck, which suggests a bolder......
Innsbruck is hot on your heels with a growing number of world-class buildings, nurturing......
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 Innsbruck: two kinds of skiing holiday
If you had to compare Innsbruck with another city, it would be Grenoble, which is actually its twin town.
Along with Grenoble and Bolzano, Innsbruck is one of the three main cities in the Alps.
Although Innsbruck is at an altitude of only 575 m (1,886 ft), the city is nevertheless wedged at the foot of two mountain masses: the Nordkette to the north (2,334 m/7,657 ft) and Patscherkofel to the south (2,247 m/7,372 ft).
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 Austria Vol. 2 - Innsbruck
Innsbruck is the capital of the federal province of Tyrol in western Austria.
Innsbruck was first mentioned in 1180 as a small market town belonging to the Bavarian counts of Andech, it developed rapidly because of its strategic position at the junction of the great trade routes from Italy to Germany via the Brenner Pass and from Switzerland and western Europe.
Innsbruck is one of the most popular tourist and health resorts and winter-sports centers in central Europe.
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 Technorati Tag: Innsbruck
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 Kinderurologie Innsbruck
The Medical Faculty at the University of Innsbruck agreed and established the Department of Paediatric Urology and on April, 22nd, 2003 Prof.
So far many papers coming out from Innsbruck and dealing with paediatric urology have already been published in peer-reviewed journals; many scientific awards dedicated to the people in Innsbruck prove the value of the research projects.
The Department of Paediatric Urology at Innsbruck University strives to serve excellence in all fields of paediatric urology.
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 Innsbruck
For in the lively capital of the Tyrol, hospitality and conviviality are written with a capital letter.
Innsbruck has twice been chosen to host the Winter Olympics on the strength of its excellent winter sports facilities.
Most winter sports enthusiasts tend to stay in one of the many charming little towns around Innsbruck, which is surrounded by seven great ski resorts: Seegrube-Nordkette, Glungezer, Patscherkofel, Mutterer Alm, Axamer Lizum, Schlick 2000 and the Stubaier Glacier.
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 Kids.net.au - Encyclopedia Innsbruck -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Innsbruck (population 120,000) is a city in southwest Austria, and the capital of the Tyrol province.
Located on the Inn River, it is a famous wintersports[?] centre.
The Olympic Winter Games were held in Innsbruck twice.
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 Innsbruck and its holiday villages, Home
We invite all hiking fans to participate in the 5th Hiking World Championships.
Innsbruck Tourism treats its guests to lovely days swimming at the Lake of Lans...
This unique combination you'll find only here: in Innsbruck - the capital of the Alps.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: University of Innsbruck
Canisius, at the request and on the foundation of the Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria, who in this way made effective his long-cherished plans for an institute of higher learning for the people of Tyrol.
Innsbruck a general theological seminary for the whole of Tyrol, only to close it again in 1790.
PROBST, Geschichte der Universität in Innsbruck seit ihrer Entstehung bis zum Jahre 1860 (Innsbruck, 1869) ; PROBST, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Gymnasien in Tirol (Innsbruck, 1858); HOFMANN, Das Nikolaihaus zu Innsbruck einst und jetzt (Innsbruck, 1908); AHERN in The Messenger (December, 1908).
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 Innsbruck : Introduction | Frommers.com
Today Innsbruck's beauty is protected by town planners who ensure that any new structures built in the inner city harmonize with the pre-existing Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque buildings.
The city was celebrated throughout Europe under the Hapsburg Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. Under Maximilian, whose reign (1490-1519) signaled the end of the Middle Ages, Innsbruck reached the height of its cultural and political importance (it's still the cultural center of Tyrol).
Skiers who come to Innsbruck benefit twice: They stay in a cosmopolitan city called the jewel of the Alps, and they ski on some of the world's choicest slopes.
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