And the city is yours!
One for all. It’s the INNSBRUCK CARD and the many free benefits and attractive discounts it offers that make the discovery of alpine and urban life in Innsbruck and its holiday villages so fascinating.
With just one ticket you can enjoy urban pizzazz, country air and the pleasures of the mountain landscape:
included are unique contrasts, remarkable tourist sights, historic treasures, impressive panoramic moments and the joys of nature in the heart of Tyrol!
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... Don't miss the chance to experience it
for yourself! Here your holiday dreams come
true and it can be an unforgettable experience.
PLACES TO SEE BEFORE YOU LEAVE
- The old town and Maria-Theresien-Strasse
- The Golden Roof, Kaufhaus Tyrol shopping centre, Imperial Garden, City Tower (viewpoint)
- Imperial Palace & Court Church
- Museums : Hofburg, Volkskunstmuseum (Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage), Ferdinandeum and Tirol Panorama
- Alpine zoo
- Audioversum or Bell Museum and Foundry
- Ambras Castle
- Bergisel Ski Jump
- Burg Hasegg
- Swarovski Crystal Worlds
INNSBRUCK. THE CAPITAL OF THE ALPS
City experiences and mountain encounters. Peak experiences and goose-pimples. Cultural treasures and natural wonders.
As the capital of the Alps, Innsbruck captivates its visitors with a unique wealth of experience between 574 and 2,350 metres above sea level. Alpine-urban, sporty, dynamic, cosmopolitan and, at the same time, distinctive, strongly individual and deeply aware of tradition, Innsbruck is a city with extraordinary appeal.
All of the excitement of the Middle Ages is still alive and kicking here: In the 800-year-old Old Town of Innsbruck there are plenty of things to see. Tourist attractions tell the turbulent story of the city. The Golden Roof of Emperor Maximilian I, for instance, with its magnificent balcony, was a vantage point for knightly tournaments.In the Imperial Palace lavish parties were held, Ambras Castle became a magnificent eye-catcher. And, from the City Tower, a guard would warn of approaching fire, storms and enemies until into the 20th century.
Innsbruck welcomes the future: with modern architectural highlights. A good example is the delicately curved white stations of the Hungerburgbahn funicular railway. Modern design gives rises to places to linger for an enhanced urban quality of life. This is demonstrated by the BTV-Forum in the city centre. Olympic sports venues such as the Bergiselschanze play host to thousands of sports events every year.
Get to know the sights of Innsbruck! Easily and conveniently with the hop on-hop off “Sightseer” bus.