hd bauernmarkt hall in tirol
hd bauernmarkt hall in tirol

Markets, fairs and shopping

Tyrolean loden, products from organic farming, global brands, trade fairs - Tyrol offers you a colorful shopping experience

In Tyrol there is something for every taste: Small corner shops and noble boutiques, delicatessen shops and farmers' markets - and exactly this variety guarantees an experience for all your senses. Especially in towns such as Innsbruck, Landeck, Kitzbühel and Lienz, the offer is particularly varied: One of the largest markets can be found in the Innsbruck Market Hall. This is the place where once upon a time a large weekly market was held, on which the freshest products of Innsbruck and surroundings were offered for sale. In 1913/14, it was transformed into a covered market hall, and today it represents the largest daily farmers' market of Tyrol, where local products such as bacon, goat cheese, vegetables, seasonal fruit, alpine herbs and much more are offered.

Furthermore there are several trade fairs during the year, such as the Wine Fair, Tyrol's Spring Fair and the ÖKO FAIR. All of them are held in the Congress Messe Innsbruck. Worth mentioning are also the particular yearly markets which complete the offer and cast a spell over thousands of visitors. They include the Easter Markets - the Kufstein Easter Market, the Innsbruck Easter Spring and Eastern at the Lienz Town Market - as well as the Christmas Markets with their traditional St. Nicholas and Krampus runs. Some of them are called Rattenberg Advent, Achensee Christmas with illuminated ships on the lake, Hall Advent Market and Innsbruck Mountain Christmas. Have fun!

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