Speak in foreign and straight away your price rises!
But while in Lisbon learn some words in Portuguese. If they see that that you’re making an effort, they’ll appreciate it more.
Alfred Miller's Schöneck (Weiherburggasse 6) has won multiple awards and is one of the most well-known spots in town, also offering a garden and scenic views.
Das Schindler (Maria-Theresien-Strasse 31) is great for modern Austrian cuisine, while Restaurant Ottoburg (Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse 1) is housed in one of Innsbruck’s oldest buildings and serves up authentic Tyrolean fare at affordable prices.
Traditional food, international enjoyable cuisine, the most central first-class hotel in the city with charm and every comfort which is open for you 365 days in the year!
Dear vacationer, city vacationer, business traveller, visitor of a fair or congress, fan of operas or festivals…. follow us into our hotel, restaurant or café bar Maria von Burgund. Sincerely yours, Family Hackl and the Adler-Team Eating and drinking as a delightful moment and a culinary experience for all sins in Innsbruck’s eldest restaurant right behind historic walls and centuries of history. An ideal place for you to meet your friends, found under the Golden Roof, Innsbruck’s main landmark. 2657 gilt copper tiles covering the roof above you – so you can win every bet.
Hotel Goldener Adler (Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse 6) can point to a history dating back 600 years, and an affordable rate accompanies the opportunity to stay in rooms once occupied by the likes of Mozart, Goethe and Paganini.
Those that prefer modern hotels could try the upmarket Penz Hotel (Adolf Pichler Platz 3).
For the atmospheric finale they all sing Silent Night together.
To experience the natural majesty that inspired some of the world's finest schools of art, the sky-scraping peaks of the Alps mountain range are a sight not to be missed.
Confectioners Konditorei Mundingor (Kiebachgasse 16) is a haven for the sweet tooth, as is Zimt & Zucker (Gumppstrasse 41) and Rajsigl (Maria-Theresien-Strasse 18).