The city got her name from Inn river and this quite city achieves energy from the energetic river Inn....
Fondest memory: I bought my first 1/43 scale car from Innsbruck marketplatz in 1988,now it becomes a large collection wth 346 items.
In this general category, I want to give an overview over what I have seen and done in Innsbruck. In the next categories, I want to highlight a view of these things.
I can't think of a better start to this page than with this lovely view over the river 'Inn'. This is the river that runs through Innsbruck, and which gave the city its name.
The name of the city comes from the combination of brücke, (German for „bridge“) and the name of the local river, the Inn. I found this a lovely view to the coloured houses on the other side of the river. Too bad it was such bad weather while I was here though.
Favorite thing: The river Inn is a mighty, wide, fast flowing river, one of those rivers you just don't wanna mess with! And this is during a real heatwave at the end of summer. Imagine what the river is like in winter or as the snows melt! Great views across the river to the Nordkette range and the hillside suburbs of Innsbruck.
Favorite thing: If you are looking for a quiet place you could take a stroll by the river Inn. There you'll see many nice houses. Many of them are colorful.