Der moderne Weltenbummler ist immer auf Achse. Und sein Gepäck bereits randvoll mit besonderen Unikaten und einzigartigen Erlebnissen. Kein Problem! La Loupe findet auch in digitaler Version Liebhaber: Sämtliche Ausgaben des Magazins sind im Kiosk verfügbar und lassen sich ganz einfach online durchstöbern. Gleich ausprobieren und inspirieren lassen!

The modern globetrotter is always on the road. And their luggage is packed with unique items and extraordinary experiences. No Problem! La Loupe also attracts fans of its digital version: All editions of the magazine are available in the kiosk and it's super easy to flip through them online. Give it a shot and be inspired right away!

5 years ago


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Ein neuer Blick auf Innsbruck & Umgebung! Es gibt diesen schönen, wahren Spruch: „Wir sind hier zu Hause, wo andere Urlaub machen“. Für uns ist Innsbruck & Umgebung unser Lebensmittelpunkt und somit dieser jüngste „Spross“ in der LA LOUPE-Familie eine absolute Herzenssache. Innsbruck ist stetig in Bewegung und viele Stadtteile wandeln sich mit einem stets wachsenden Angebot an trendigen Shops und individuellen Restaurants zu „places to be“, zu urbanen Kultvierteln. Heute Lust auf eine Wandertour mit Hüttenzauber, morgen Designermode und Steh-Espresso – alles findet Platz und Raum in Innsbruck & Umgebung. Selbst wir haben noch das ein oder andere entdeckt und laden mit dieser Ausgabe ein, die Urlaubs- oder Heimatstadt mal mit anderen Augen – durch die Lupe – zu betrachten. Und vielleicht mal den einen oder anderen ungewohnten Weg zu gehen…. Viel Spaß beim Entdecken! Julia & Benjamin Skardarasy

16 2,638 m above sea

16 2,638 m above sea level is the height of “Östliche Praxmarerspitze” in the national park Alpenpark Karwendel. This makes it the highest mountain in the administrative district of Innsbruck. 25 holiday destinations are part of the umbrella brand “Innsbruck und seine Feriendörfer” (Innsbruck and its holiday villages). They offer varied holiday feeling for every taste. 126,851 is the number of inhabitants of the state capital. Additionally there are about 30,000 (!) students that have registered their secondary residence in the university city. 3,000 overnight stays are registered in Innsbruck every day. Most guests are from Germany, followed by Italy and the USA. 300 citybikes at about 25 rental stations make you flexible and invite you to discover the city on a bike 24/ 7. 18 stops are serviced by the bright red sightseer-bus. The principle of this exciting discovery tour all across Innsbruck is hop-on / hop-off. 24, 48 or 72 hours – that’s how long the Innsbruck Card is valid. It allows you to visit many sights for free. Free rides on public transport, sightseer bus and the mountain railways around town are included. 490 m is the length o f Maria-Theresien-Strasse. The beautiful boulevard was built in the 13 th century and is seen as Innsbruck’s most attractive shopping street at the heart of the city. 9 skiing areas are part of OlympiaWorld which makes it one of the best winter sports centres in the Alps. The Olympia- World ski pass gives you access to 300 km of slopes with only one ticket (available only in combination with a guest card). 800 m is the length of the ice canal of the ladies’ run of the bob-, toboggan and skeleton track Innsbruck-Igls. The most courageous of us rush down with experienced pilots at speeds of up to 90 kph – what an adrenaline rush!

7 partner cities: Aaalborg (DK), Freiburg im Breisgau (D), Grenoble (F), Krakau (P), New Orleans (USA), Sarajevo (BA) and Tbilisi (GE) engage in a friendly exchange with Innsbruck. 2,000 alpine animal species live in “Alpenzoo”. Especially the youngest animal lovers will enjoy the Bear-playground, the climbing wall that goes up to Geierwally’s aerie, the toddlers’ playground as well as all kinds of learning & playing stations near the enclosures. 28 larger than life bronze figures, known as “Schwarze Mander” (= black men), thanks to their patina, guard the tomb of emperor Maximilian in Hofkirche. 10 hectares is the area of the Hofgarten, designed in English gardening tradition, a green oasis in the middle of town. Stepping on the lawn is expressly allowed! 13 gourmet restaurants are situated in and around Innsbruck, they serve awardwinning cuisine with an international or a regional focus. 6 places for enjoying arts and culture are united in the Tyrolean Landesmuseum (state museum). The Ferdinandeum with its armoury, the Tyrolean Volkskunstmuseum (popular art museum), the church Hofkirche, the Kaiserschüztenmuseum (Imperial Infantry museum), the Volksliedarchive (archive of popular music) and the Tyrolean Panorama with the Kaiserjägermuseum (Tyrolean Rifle Regiment museum) document Tyrol’s cultural history. 28,000 audience seats are available at Innbruck’s Bergisel ski jumping hill where the Four Hills Tournament takes place – its prominent design was conceived by star architect Zaha Hadid and makes the jump a true landmark for the city. 1964 and 1976 were the years when the Alpine centre of sports, together with the partner city of Seefeld, hosted the Olympic Winter Games. In 2012 the Olympic flame burned in Innsbruck once again when the Winter Youth Olympic Games took place here. Fokus & Fakten 17