- 1.5-hour Tyrolean folk show in Innsbruck including a drink
- Spend a fun-filled evening at Sandwirt Restaurant with the Gundolf family
- See traditional dances that have been passed down through the generations
- Clap and sing along with the Schuhplattler – a fast-paced dance
- Upgrade to include a 3-course Austrian meal while watching the show
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a must-do show if you want to see traditional Austrian yodeling and dancing on a fun night out! I like the way the Gundolf family make everyone feel welcome, catering to visitors from all over the globe. They even sing some songs in different languages!
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What You Can Expect
Upon arrival you'll be served a complimentary drink (a glass of beer, wine or a soft drink) and then take your seat to watch the 1.5-hour show. Dressed in typical Austrian attire of lederhosen and dirndls, the dancers will keep you entertained with raucous yodeling, cow-bell ringing and folk dancing. Clap along with dances like the Schuhplattler, a jig where shoes are slapped at each other (originally danced by Tyrolean men to woo the ladies), and then stamp your feet to the woodchopper’s dance -- Tiroler Holzhackertanz.
If you’re eager to really immerse yourself in Austrian culture for the evening, then upgrade to include a 3-course meal with your show. Eat either before or during the performance, feasting on Austrian specialties like wiener schnitzel (breaded pork scallops served with lemon). See below for a sample menu.
After the show, you'll be taken back to your hotel.
- Tyrolean herbal cream soup
- Wiener schnitzel from pork with potatoes and salad
- Apple strudel with cream
Brilliant evening out. Food was good, staff were very happy and friendly and the show was great for all ages. Our 6 year old enjoyed it as much as we did. Would definitely book again if we were in Innsbruck.
very nice show with adequate food, pick up at hotel could be a problem for they were not on time. But staff was very apologetic and were very courteous. service inside is ok, waiter seems in a rush always. Although overall its a entertaining evening of typical Austrian folklore.