The snows of Tyrol might deter those who have never visited it in winter, nor experienced the exhilaration and sense of well-being that are inseparable from the splendid mountain air. One feels the cold in England far more than in the dry, sparkling air of Innsbruck.

The fare from London is about 7 first class, and 5 second class; and there is a considerable reduction on return fares. Innsbruck is a favourite resort of English people, and if the bride and bridegroom wish for amusement they will find here dances, concerts, skating parties, sleighing parties, and ski-ing excursions continually going on. A merry party of this kind gives a zest to solitude.