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Set in the stunning Alpine landscape, Innsbruck is a true Alpine gem, famous all over the world for its ski areas and the tradition of hosting winter sports competitions. Its long history as the center of Tyrol and its modern history as a winter sports paradise attract people from all over the world.

With a wide range of attractions from historic churches to breathtaking viewpoints and scenic cable car rides, Innsbruck has a lot to offer and is a first-class travel destination in Austria.

Let’s explore the best things to do in Innsbruck:

 

 

1 – Old Town Innsbruck (Old Town):

The Old Town is the center of Innsbruck’s old town and one of its main attractions.

As some of the buildings are over 500 years old, the area is steeped in history and much care has been taken to preserve medieval details, etc.

2. Innsbruck Nordktenbahnen

Just a cable car ride to Nordkette, the Innsbrucker Nordkette is part of Austria’s largest nature park. The pleasant ride takes about 20 minutes and gives you great views of Innsbruck and the picturesque mountains.

There are several stops on the way and you can simply go down or ascend – at each stop there is something different to do, from watching the downhill skiers to rock face climbing at Karwendel.

Whichever you choose, this fun and exciting cable car ride will impress you and have something to eat, have a coffee in one of the nice cafés and restaurants, or admire the impressive architecture of the buildings and the people of Innsbruck.

3. Ambras Castle

This beautiful Renaissance castle is one of the most famous sights in the Innsbruck region and was the home of an important historical figure, Archduke Ferdinand II. The castle and palace complex is located in the southern part of Innsbruck from the city limits and can be reached by tram and bus.

Inside the castle is the famous Hall of Spain, an elaborately decorated hall now used for classical concerts Apart from that, the castle also has a great gallery of guns, weapons and artwork, as well as a quiet courtyard.

4. Hungerburg funicular

Due to Innsbruck’s location in the mountains, there are many cable cars and funiculars as transportation methods Hungerburgbahn One of the most impressive, which serves as a means of transport between the city center of Innsbruck and the district Hungerburg.

Instead of a cable car, the funicular has a modern monorail, and the main conference station has a similar modern design.

The funicular leads over a bridge through a tunnel and steep slope 860 meters above sea level and once you reach the top, a panoramic view of the central Inn valley and over the Italian border awaits.

5. Swarovski Crystal Worlds

The World of Swarovski Crystals is an enchanting place that fills people with amazement and joy. For those who love the brand, love sparkling crystal or for people who love vibrant and exciting shows, this is the place to visit.

This attraction is filled with many outdoor areas, including a large sculpted face and waterfall, a hedge maze, and some interesting indoor displays about Swarovski.

The indoor screens or “amazing rooms” are dazzling and contain thousands of crystals, created by a group of visual designers.

6. Golden roof

Yes, I thought the Golden Roof or Golden Roof was a building with, wait…a golden roof! Historically, this city, located in the old town of Innsbruck, is the city’s most famous and was built in the 16th century for Emperor Maximilian I of Kaiserland.

The Golden Roof Not a place to stay for hours, but an attractive sight in the old town.

7. Church Court

Hofkirche is another impressive sacred building in Innsbruck that was built in the Gothic style around 1500 by Emperor Ferdinand I. It is filled with beautiful red marble columns and chests of Emperor Maximilian.

The memorial is the heart of the church and is surrounded by 28 statues depicting various ancestors and heroes, including King Arthur and Leopold III.

8. Maria Theresienstrasse

This street, which runs from the Arc de Triomphe into the old town, is one of the busiest in Innsbruck and offers a wide range of shops, cafés, bars and restaurants and is also of great historical interest to the city.

The egg n part of the street is entirely pedestrianized and is the perfect place to stroll or enjoy a drink while admiring the beautiful architecture that lines it.

The Arc de Triomphe, St Anne’s Column, and St George Chapel are on or near this street, so there is plenty to do and see.

After all, the best way to get to this beautiful city is with Turkish Airlines. From most countries there are direct flights to Istanbul and then to the Austrian city of Salzburg, then there is the option of taking a direct train to Innsbruck.

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