Dr. Beate Palfrader Provincial<br> Councillor for Education and Culture
400 years of Stanglwirt in Going - that is truly a reason to celebrate. Since the granting of the license in 1609, gastronomy and the culture of travelling have changed drastically. However, the hosts and hostesses of Stanglwirt have always changed with the times. Today, Stanglwirt combines tradition and modernity in an exemplary way and provides Tyrolean hospitality at the highest level. The numerous regulars from far beyond the Tyrolean borders appreciate the versatile range of services and the hospitable atmosphere. Of course, this is mainly due to the hosts Balthasar and Magdalena Hauser and their family, who make every stay at Stanglwirt a unique experience with their innovative ideas and their love of details.
Music plays a central role at Stanglwirt. A party at Stanglwirt without the corresponding musical embrace is unthinkable, and the preservation of real Tyrolean folk music is very important. It is not only about playing together, but also about singing and the preservation of traditional songs.
The singers’ meeting is a very special highlight. Singers from the entire Alpine region come together to sing and play at Stanglwirt. This year the singers meeting will take place for the 120th time, showing how this event has established itself successfully over the past decades.
I congratulate the Hauser family on this anniversary. They have every right to be proud of their house, which continues to set new standards for hotels and gastronomy. When you visit Stanglwirt, you can feel that this is a real family business. Warmth and hospitality are embodied by the entire family, making every guest feel completely comfortable, so they gladly return as regulars. I am sure that the Hauser family will continue to realize new ideas and lead Stanglwirt into a successful future. I wish them all the best in this task!
I also wish the singers participating in the singers’ meeting all the best and lots of fun with their music!
Dr. Beate Palfrader
Provincial Councillor for Education and Culture