Innsbruck Off The Beaten Path

  • Jesuit Monastery & church
    Jesuit Monastery & church
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    Hungerburg
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  • Hungerburg
    Hungerburg
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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Innsbruck

  • 1. Outside Innsbruck

    If you have some spare time and happen to love medieval towns, then I would suggest taking a 10km drive to HALL IN TIROL. There is public transport available. The historic centre is wonderful, just...

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  • 2. Mountains around Innsbruck

    What a place, and what a memory of climbing this particular place. OK, facts first. Sonnbendjoch is found in the Ursprungspass in the Tyrol overlooking the town of Kramsach. It's one of many stunning...

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  • 3. Dom zu St. Jakob

    In the rest of the 'off-the-beaten-path' tips I want to give you an impression of the beautiful interior of this cathedral. In this picture you can see the altar of the Dom zu St. Jakob.

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  • 4. Schloss Ambras

    and is definitely worth a visit. The park is quite big and in excellent condition. There is a pond with ducks and black swans, a children playground, botanical garden, mase, fountains waterfalls,...

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  • 5. Outside Austria even

    If you are staying in Innsbruck for a long time, you could take a trip over to Italy. It's just a few hours drive on the autobahn, and there are lots of great places to explore in the north of Italy....

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  • 6. Graveyards

    As we came down from the mountain we came into a suburb called Hotting. There was a nice church here that had the most amazing graveyard we'd ever seen. OK, maybe graveyards aren't to everyone's...

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  • 7. Mariahilfkirche

    We sat dining al fresco with the church behind and, even after seeing what Italy had to offer, I still went in and had a peek. I've never been disappointed doing that in Europe; from Mainz to...

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  • 8. BERGISEL PARK

    As I have mentioned in a previous review, this is where the four famous Battles of Bergisel took place under peasant leader Andreas Hofer against the Bavarian...

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  • 9. INTERIOR OF WILTEN COLLEGIATE CHURCH

    Walking past the statues of the two giants at the entrance, I entered the lobby to find another statue of Giant Haymon holding the tongue of the dragon. The...

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  • 10. WILTEN COLLEGIATE CHURCH & MONASTERY

    Close together in Wilten are two magnificent churches - Wilten Basilica and Wilten collegiate Church and Monastery, both MUST SEES in my opinion.The Monastery...

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  • 11. BASILICA OF OUR LADY UNDER THE 4 PILLARS- EXTERIOR

    This area was settled as early as 1000 BC. On this site, was the former village church of Wilten which until 1653 was officially the City Parish Church of...

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  • 12. BASILICA OF OUR LADY UNDER THE 4 PILLARS- INTERIOR

    This was one of those Churches where I stood and thought wow! this is beautiful! How lucky was I that the door was unlocked!Where to start - At the ceilingThe...

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  • 13. THE ALPENZOO

    The Alpenzoo is located the sunny slopes of the Hungerburg mountainside in Innsbruck. I had read this was an Alpine zoo, dedicated to Alpine animals and not the...

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  • 14. CASTLE WEIHERBURG

    I was quite surprised to see this historic castle adjoining the Alpen zoo. It is nothing to do with zoo!This late gothic castle was situated next to a fish...

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  • 15. HUNGERBURG

    Hungerburg is a district of Innsbruck that is connected by the Hungerburg funicular. The district is situated on the side of the Mountain and has wonderful...

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  • 16. Adult Education Center (VHS)

    Like most cities in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, Innsbruck has a large Volkshochschule or Adult Education Center which offers daytime and evening courses...

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  • 17. The Alpine zoo

    The apline zoo is acessed either by public transport, or by furnicular , half way to Hungerburg. It hosts animals that are specific for cold and alpine regions...

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  • 18. Innsbruck's second river

    Innsbruck, as the name implies, is located on the Inn River. But it also has a second river, the Sill, which originates in the Alps east of the Brenner Pass and...

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  • 19. Winklerhaus - great ornaments & decorations

    The "Winklerhaus" dates back to the year 1903 and is a beautifully decorated building in Leopoldstraße 4, next to the famous Triumphpforte. From both sides it...

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  • 20. In the side streets of the old town

    Very few tourists venture in the side streets of the old town. Of course all of you go to the Golden roof and probably Hofburg and the Hofkirche or to Ottoburg...

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  • 21. Model Train shop

    We stumbled across a little model train shop just outside the Old Town.....and in it we found a whole main floor of this shop crammed filled with working model...

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  • 22. Jesuitenkirche

    In Universitatsstrasse you can see the great Jesuitenkirche: it is a Baroque church made by Santino Solari and Christof Gumpp. The church is situated in a...

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  • 23. Sankt Georgenberg - Fiecht

    Perched in a narrow gorge on a rock 100 metres above the waters of the Inn is this extraordinary Benedictine monastery - accessible only by the wooden bridge...

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  • 24. Cycling along the river

    There is a fantastic cycle path along the river "Inn" that goes for miles and miles always with the stunning backdrop of the Alps. You can cycle trough half of...

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  • 25. another lovely facade in Hofgasse

    Hofgasse is a small sidestreet in the very centre of Innsbruck, leading from the "Goldenes Dachl" to the Hofburg of Innsbruck. At the very beginning of Hofgasse...

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