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Ischgl

828 Number of reviews:

97 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 9.3
Ski area 9.6

Après ski Ischgl

Ischgl is known as the Mecca of après ski and may stand up to any world metropolis with it's lively parties and night-life. Many cosy mountain huts, bars and restaurants as well as discos invite you in to toast to a successful day on the slopes. A highlight is the lively après ski party every day in the famous "Kuhstall". You'll also find a great party in the "Trofana-Alm" and "Niki's Stadl". Considerably quieter but no less enjoyable are the friendly cafés, where you can meet to enjoy a delicious hot chocolate or coffee. Worthy of mention among the Ischgl discos is the Madlein-Pacha, which regularly offers a great show programme. The crowning event of all shows is the annual open air concert (on 1st May) on the Idalp, where past performers include such superstars as Tina Turner, Elton John, Bon Jovi, Sting, Pink and Bob Dylan.

Additionally, various events take place in the Silvretta Center including openings and concerts, theatre and cinema performances. A unique experience can be had on the 7 km long toboggan run with an altitude difference of 950 m.

Those looking for peace and relaxation after an exciting day on the piste will strike gold in the pool centre with sauna village, solarium and massages.

Peculiar and controversal: the nightly ban of ski boots in Ischgl! In case you are out and about in Ischgl at night make sure you are not wearing ski boots. From 20:00 in the evening to 6:00 in the morning it is forbidden to walk around in ski boots. The is supposed to limit noise disturbance and to evade dangerous situations. A breach of the rules can lead to considerable fines. Reactions to the restriction are very different and reach from agreement to lack of understanding.

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