Capital of the Alps
The university and Olympic town of Innsbruck has become a popular place for architectural projects and an increasingly popular international destination.
The university and Olympic town of Innsbruck has become a popular place for architectural projects like the Bergisel ski jumping tower, the Hungerburgbahn funicular, the Kaufhaus Tyrol shopping centre, the RathausGalerien shopping centre or the SOWI faculty of the University of Innsbruck and an increasingly popular international destination.
Hiking pleasures, mountain bike pleasures, golf pleasures, bathing fun and rock climbing adventures. Mountains and lakes, cycling trails, mountain bike routes, golf courses and riding stables guarantee active summer holidays – including free hiking bus. Click for More Summer Feelings
Winter in the town and the mountains at the same time! 9 ski areas, snow boarding, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice skating, ice curling and a ride with the guest bob are on the active winter menu. With the free ski bus you ride comfortably and environmental-friendly. Click for more Winter Experiences
Magnificent monuments and modern architecture, historic art and top sport performances, open-mindedness and traditions:
The Tyrolean provincial capital has always been a versatile place. Innsbruck is a town that has grown over time and had its first heyday around 1,500 A.D. The rulers of the royal and imperial monarchy started to realise their architectural ideas and now visitors can enjoy a journey in time with monuments dating back to Gothic times, the Renaissance, the Baroque times and the Classicism: The “Golden Roof”, the “Schwarzen Mander” statues in the Hofkirche church, the Hofburg imperial palace and Schloss Ambras castle represent the time of the Habsburgs. Lovers of modern architecture and arts find trendsetting examples of modern design, e.g. the BTV-Stadtforum by Heinz Tesar or the Bergisel ski jumping tower by Zaha Hadid.
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The Innsbruck Card gives you free access to all museums and sights of the region.
Innsbruck all-inclusive: from €31 you can explore the most beautiful sides of Innsbruck.