Ischgl – Austria

Tirol has it all. Yodel, schnitzels and numerous umbrella bars. Ischgl is the place to go skiing because in addition to 235 km wide slopes Isgchl also offers a steamy nightlife. But but it remains not just at drinking beer because in Ischgl you can also do a nocturnal sleigh ride or a ski tour along an old smuggling route to Switzerland!

 

 

 

 

 Ischgl is clearly the most fashionable ski resort in Austria. As even stars fly with private jets to go enjoy the snow and the life of luxury. Ischgl means translated into English ‘island’. The village lies on a mound-like hill in a valley, hence the name. Perhaps this is the link also better explain the nightlife of Ibiza.

 

 

 

 

In total, about 1,500 people live in this hip ‘island’. However, each year multiplied the number of ‘inhabitants’ significantly during the winter season. A ski-location as there are few.

 

 

 

 

téléchargement rest     Of course you can go eat in the traditional huts. But they have in Ischgl also modern restaurants such as Pardorama: the highest restaurant in the region. Trofana restaurant has a Michelin star. Over the top so in this pictorial mountain village.

If you don’t feel at ease with all that fancy, no need to worry … because for a delicious schnitzel in Ischgl you can always turn to the only real Schnitzel König. On the slopes, the mountain huts Sattel and Idalp good options for you to come in.
Most credits in the ‘apres ski’ deserves Pacha. This über trendy nightclub is best known to many in Ibiza. Other hip tents Coyote Ugly at the Madlein hotel and nightclub Arena. Fashioned apres ski is best done in the Schatzi apres ski bar, Niki’s Stall or Kuhstall, often as nice as all that cool happen!

 

Middle class
Hotel Fliana  € 45,-
Pension Prennerhof . 60,-
Hotel Solaria  € 700,-  week.
                     

Top end
Hotel Salnerhof  € 85,-
Hotel Madlein  € 85,-
Hotel Brigitte  € 105,-

 

If you want to Ischgl a week of skiing is the cheapest to book an entire week including ski pass. Prices vary greatly from one period. Most hotels are at the beginning and the end of the season the cheapest. Around the holidays, the prices are the highest. If you go with a large group you are often cheaper. You can rent an apartment for a week including ski pass from € 200.00 per person! There are also apartments and chalets for rent with more luxurious tools to defrost such as a sauna or hot tub. With ten people pay for a week around € 600.00 per person. That includes transportation (europe) and 7-day ski pass.

images transport          At 100 km  Innsbruck Airport 

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