Ischgl isn’t at the centre of the Alps? Difficult to imagine these days, but in the 1930s, Ischgl was really at the end of the world in the winter. The roads were bad, and it could take some time to get from the Inn valley up to the heights of Paznaun.
Apparently there are still people who celebrate Christmas at home in their living rooms. It’s a mistake. We have five good reasons why celebrating Christmas in a hotel is the best.
Paznaun has always been renowned for its skillful craftsmen. Tables, wooden figures and frames are still artfully created by hand here today. A series presenting Paznaun’s craftsmen and women.
Part 1: Josef Zauser, the wood carver.
Who doesn’t know the Silvretta Gasthof in Ischgl? OK, these days it has a different name. And the village street in front of it is perhaps a bit livelier as well. Apropos – where is the street anyway? A view of Ischgl’s past.
A sausage which everyone likes. And the secret to why it’s so special.