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Breakout Rooms in Gurgl

Characteristic breakout rooms for your breakout session in Tirol

Are you looking for exciting breakout opportunities? Then Obergurgl is the very right place. There are over 20 breakout rooms in the immediate vicinity of Gurgl Carat Congress Center. While holding your main meeting or congress with up to 500 people at Gurgl Carat, you can choose from varied seminar rooms in the village for a breakout session. All breakout rooms can be reached on foot in less than 10 walking minutes. Such a short walk in fresh mountain air promotes both concentration and imagination. But also the rooms themselves inspire visitors thanks to their very special character.

How about a discreet breakout in a wine cellar, for instance? Or you discuss and brainstorm surrounded by alpine literature in a branch of Innsbruck's University Center. If you would like to be active during your breakout session, there is even a breakout room equipped with climbing wall and table tennis table in the foyer. Many breakout rooms give participants the opportunity to get some fresh air on the adjacent terrace. Superb mountain views are always included in all breakout rooms in Obergurgl.

Up to 20 people

Up to 40 people

Up to 110 people

In a breakout session, a larger meeting group is divided into several smaller groups. Subsequently, these small groups deal with specific problems. Afterwards the participants present their results in front of the whole group. Breakout sessions are mainly used in workshops and lectures in order to focus on specific topics.

In workshops or meetings, the whole group is often divided into smaller working groups. These groups are called breakout groups. As a small group, the team then develops in-depth content during their breakout session.