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Store, stroll, inform and enjoy was the motto of the first Innsbruck@SummerNight on July 1, 2022 in Innsbruck. Despite initial rain showers, the colorful walking acts and rousing marching bands created a great atmosphere.
Thanks to the extended opening hours until 9 p.m., it was possible to browse, stroll and shop until well into the evening. In addition to an impressive program on the Innsbruck shopping streets, visitors could look forward to numerous special promotions and goodies in the stores of the city center and the old town. The large shopping centers Kaufhaus Tyrol, Rathausgalerien, Sillpark and DEZ also offered numerous highlights on this day with a special supporting program.
E-mobility exhibition left nothing to be desired
The innovative spirit of Innsbruck's car dealers and the importance that sustainability has now assumed here could be discovered by all those interested in e-mobiles at the market square. With 25 different electric car models from nine different dealers, there was something for every taste and need at the large special exhibition. Likewise open questions could be clarified locally directly with experts.
Grand finale with parade through Innsbruck's old town and city center
For the grand finale all artist groups and marching bands gathered for a brilliant parade. Accompanied by the numerous shopping-enthusiastic visitors, it went with spectacular Ferris wheel, soap bubbles, colorful giant balloon animals and rousing music from the Goldenes Dachl through the Old Town and Maria-Theresien-Strasse up to the Annasäule and back. A fantastic Innsbruck@SummerNight thus drew to a close. Many people ended the long shopping evening with a drink or culinary delights in one of the numerous restaurants.
CULTURE, SHOPPING, ENTERTAINMENT & CUISINE IN INNSBRUCK
Between arcades, shopping centers, numerous cafés and the alpine surroundings, shopping is simply fun in any weather! If you go shopping in Innsbruck's city center, you will also find unusual items outside the mainstream.
A detour into the side streets and neighboring streets is always worthwhile. And then, of course, a tour of Innsbruck's old town is not to be missed. With its lovingly run specialty stores that are hard to find elsewhere. The impressive variety of stores and restaurants gives the city center that unique special character - and in the heart of the city.
Innsbruck's neighborhoods, with their often owner- and family-run businesses, frame this great city and convey that certain something. In the stores, service and customer friendliness are writ large. People know each other and appreciate the special atmosphere with every purchase.