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Opening and closing ceremonies
The Winter World Masters Games 2020 will be opened on 11 January in the heart of Innsbruck.
During the winter months the city centre is well worth a visit. Framed by the white snow-covered mountains of the Nordkette mountains to the north and the Patscherkofel peak to the south, the regional capital of Tyrol also impresses with its many narrow streets criss-crossing the medieval oldtown. Innsbruck is small enough that almost all distances can be covered on foot. A strong sense of tradition and a diverse arts scene make it a place where both locals and tourists alike feel at home.
Details of the opening and closing ceremonies will follow.

Masters Village
The Masters Village is the meeting place for all athletes, sports enthusiasts, locals and guests during the 2020 Winter World Masters Games.
Exciting attractions and a welcoming atmosphere make the Masters Village an experience to remember. The Masters Village will be located close to the oldtown, directly in the city centre. From there you will have the best view of one of Innsbruck's most famous postcard motifs: the Nordkette mountains. These can be accessed quickly and easily from your accommodation using a funicular railway and cable car. Immediately in front of the mountains there is a colourful row of houses on the banks of the Inn river – another image you will find on plenty of picture postcards from Innsbruck.
The Masters Village will also serve as a venue for the award ceremonies in the evenings. After a long day of sports, everyone will come together to celebrate.
Details of the Masters Village will follow.