Innsbruck Things to Do

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  • 1. Old Town

    Located in the TIROLER VOLKSKUNSTMUSEUM is the Tyrolean Folk Art displays of traditional dress and arts and crafts, nativity sets and historic panelled rooms. I loved the display of the 'GOSPEL IN...

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  • 2. Maria Theresien Strasse

    like what I've said, there are two famous Streets in Innsbruck, the Herzog Friedrich Strasse, where the famed Golden Roof is located and the Maria Theresian Strasse, which starts just after the Herzog...

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  • 3. Goldenes Dachl

    4 out of 5 stars

    this contraption was made by Holy Roman Emperor Maxmillian I during his Marriage to the Daughter of the Duke of Milan Bianca Maria Sforza in 1500 AD mainly to answer the many rumors that the Holy...

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  • 4. Swarovski Crystal - Temporarily Closed Until 2015

    this will be my things to do tips of the Swarovski Crystal Store in Herzog Friedrich Strasse in Innsbruck (they actually have two outlets, a larger one and a smaller one). Unless you are living under...

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  • 5. Schloss Ambras

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Originaly built in th 10. century, and rebuilt by Archduke Ferdinand II (1529–1595) as a Renaissance castle for his untitled wife Philippine Welser (1527–1580), whom he had married in secret. He added...

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  • 6. Bergisel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This ski jump site is really interesting to visit, and when you are there, think about what a ski jumper feels when he is about to go... Bergiel can be reached using the bus number 1. The "Bergisel"...

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  • 7. Hofburg

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hofburg translates as “Imperial Palace”. It’s a a former Habsburg palace and is regarded as one of the three most significant cultural buildings in the country (along with the Hofburg Palace and...

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  • 8. Nordkette

    Right from the centre of Innsbruck you can be whisked away and up into the mountains by the Nordkettebahnen. This system of funicular railways and cable cars links the city centre with the summit of...

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  • 9. Triumphpforte

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    At the very far south end of Maria-Theresienstraße is the Triumpforte (Triumphal Arch), another great photo opportunity for mixing gorgeous mountain scenery with architectural grandeur. Created in...

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  • 10. Stadtturm (City Tower)

    4 out of 5 stars

    This tower was built between 1442 and 1450. Once it was a prison. When you' re on the top of this tower you' ll enjoy a wonderful landscape over the city center. You' ll also see the houses on the...

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  • 11. Hofkirche

    The Hofkirche is a Gothic church to be found in the Altstadt part of the city. It was built in 1553 by Emperor Ferdinand I as a memorial to his grandfather Emperor Maximilian I, and contains...

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  • 12. Hafelekar

    The final stage of the Nordkettebahnen, the Hafelekarbahn, takes you by cable car from Seegrube to Hafelekar station which is just 15 to 20 minutes walk from the summit of Hafelekarspitze. The summit...

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  • 13. At the river Inn

    I have been to the city by car a looong, long time ago (1993?). Then I had an excursion a long, long time ago to Swarovski with a side trip to the city. Strange but I have no recollection of the...

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  • 14. Alpenzoo

    4 out of 5 stars

    One thing you will probably want to avoid is coming to the Alpenzoo when it is 35+ degrees centigrade in Innsbruck. The zoo specialises in Alpine creatures, so when the heat gets too much they...

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  • 15. Outside Innsbruck

    While the Brenner Pass connects Innsbruck to northern Italy and southern tyrol province (now part of Italy), the Arlberg Tunnel in the west about 93 kilometers west of Innsbruck connects Tyrol to the...

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  • 16. Helblinghaus

    The Helblinghaus is another historic building in Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse, Alstadt, Innsbruck. Back in the 15th century this was a gothic burgher house, then in 1725, a Mr. Johann Fischer Hall...

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  • 17. Annasäule

    one of the most noticeable landmarks along Maria Thereseian Strasse is the Anna Saule or Saint Anne's Column, which lies at the center of the street amongst the various outside cafeterias lining the...

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  • 18. Domkirche

    I found Innsbruck to have many beautiful churches. One of the city’s most famous, is the Cathedral of St. James, (Dom zu St. Jakob) which is located near the Hofburg Palace in the Old City. As the...

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  • 19. Ottoburg

    4 out of 5 stars

    The tiny windows with white red covers of the Ottoburg make an interesting contrast with the surrounding buildings. Built in 1494 ,and used presently as a hotel it is a monument of the Tirolean fight...

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  • 20. Wilten Basilica

    Not quite as colourful as the Collegiate Church opposite, the grand Wilten Basilica is still an impressive sight out here on the edge of Innsbruck. This is actually Wilten's parish church, as well as...

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  • 21. Patscherkofel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Starting from the top of the mountain Patscherkofel you can walk along a very nice hiking track called the "Zirbenweg". It has its name from the trees you find along the way - the Swiss stone pine....

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  • 22. Wilten Collegiate Church

    The abbey consists of the Collegiate Church (pictured) and the monastery. The first monastery on this site came about in 878AD. The legend is that a fight broke out between two giants, the local...

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  • 23. Old Town (Altstadt)

    like in many quaint cities all around Europe, Innsbruck has a well preserved old town which is best seen via foot as the tour buses could not enter the narrow cobblestoned streets hence a walking tour...

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  • 24. Tiroler Landestheater

    I've been wanting to come to this summer festival ever since Miah Persson sang Almirena here in Haendel's Rinaldo in 2002. (I missed her in Innsbruck, but saw her in the same production in Berlin a...

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