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Treibhaus

35 locals recommend ·

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Adrian
Adrian
December 23, 2019
The Treibhaus has amazing concerts and hilarious Cabarets from both well known and underground artists alike for very cheap prices. - Check out the Timetable on the Toilet ;)
Victoria
Victoria
July 3, 2018
Great bar and music venue! Great bar scene, sort of alternitave, good mixed crowd, very LOCAL spot. Culture hub. The barfood is very good and cheap , as well as the wine and beers! a MUST
Zee
Zee
April 18, 2018
a cozy bar and restaurant for people who like to meet local/international artists. Most students come there too.
Marco
Marco
June 28, 2017
For insider and cheap to eat
Michael
Michael
March 14, 2017
Concerts, Food, Culture, Coffee, ... all around a cool location

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Location
8 Angerzellgasse
Innsbruck, Tirol 6020
Phone+43 512 572000
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