The Official Wedding Homepage of Manu and Rick

Welcome We are both very excited that you are considering coming to our wedding. We would ask you to please let us know if you are coming by March 1, so that we can plan where you should stay during the four days of activities just before, during and after the wedding (July 2-4). We hope you can make it! Note: There are still a few things to plan, for example we are still deciding where guests should stay on the evening of the wedding and where we will have the post-wedding brunch. So please check back, as we will update …

Travel Destinations in Central Europe

Getting around after the wedding For the most part, traveling in Central Europe is easy, straightforward and convenient as public transportation is fast and widely available. For a example, a trip from Munich to Verona would only take 7 hours and you could enjoy the stops in between and either end. Innsbruck, for example, is situated along this stretch and a trip of this nature would afford a taste of Bavaria, the Tyrolean Alps, and some Italian flair in a truly beautiful city. Traditional European (city) highlights such as Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Rome are all accessible by train from Innsbruck. Seeing the …

Activities in the Stubai Valley near Innsbruck

The Stubai Valley offers a variety of outdoor activities for all interests. If you are in the area for several days, it makes sense to get the Stubai Super Card. It includes all public transportation (also to Innsbruck), rides on all the cable cars and the new pool and Spa StuBay. Schlick 2000 Located above Fulpmes, this cable car takes you into beautiful scenery with rugged mountains. Enjoy breathtaking views and a coffee from up top and (optionally) take the fairly easy hike downhill (approx. 2-3 hours). Wilde Wasser Weg (Wild Water Hike) For (arguably) Austria’s most beautiful hike you …

Activities in and Around Innsbruck

Go up the Nordkette Cable Car Starting at the Congress Haus in Innsbruck near the old town, you can take the cable car up the mountain for breathtaking views over Innsbruck and the surrounding valleys. There are three stops along the way. First is Hungerburg, Innsbruck’s most expensive real estate with a nice view over the city. It’s great for easy walks into the forest and for hiking up to some guest houses with traditional Austrian food. The second stop is the Seegrube. It also has a great view over Innsbruck and from here you should be able to see pretty far on a …