Destination Snapshot

  • Travel Style

  • Culture Vultures
  • Lovebirds
    • Language

      German and English
    • Altitude

      574 metres
    • Time zone

      UTC +1
    • Theme


Allow yourself to be serenaded by the beauty of the Alps in this gorgeous yet peaceful Tyrolean capital. Be it history, culture, night life or adventure sports, Innsbruck has something for everyone!

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  • Natural Beauty

    Richly blessed with natural beauty, Innsbruck offers visitors stunning views of the Nordkette Alps. Each corner of the city offers breath-taking views and is the treat to the senses. Enjoy leisurely walks across the city just taking in the beauty of this gorgeous city.

  • Adventure Sports

    Having hosted the Winter Olympics twice, Innsbruck is also home to the largest ski resort in Europe. The options available for adventure sport lovers are many. Choose from skiing, snowboarding, hiking, rock climbing or biking and get your adrenaline pumping.

  • Furnicular Railway

    Designed by Zaha Hadid, the Funicular Railway is one of the most prominent structures in the city of Innsbruck. Offering a unique way to get to the top of the Alps, the Funicular Railway travels through a tunnel and then a bridge across the River Inn and finally climbs a steep incline to reach Hungerburg, 860 metres above sea level. The train ride takes you from the buzzing streets of Innsbruck to the peaceful and picturesque Alps and is definitely an experience of a lifetime.

Be prepared

  • Language problem

    Not many people in Innsbruck speak English and hence communication can be a problem. It is advisable to carry a guide book and learn a few basic phrases in Germany before heading to the city.

Describing It

Blessed abundantly with natural beauty and a stunning view of the Alps, Innsbruck will surprise you with the range of possibilities it offers visitors. Walk through the city stopping by art galleries and cafes, or ride the fascinating funicular railway which takes you from the hustle and bustle of the city up into the serene alpine meadows, offering breath-taking views along the way.

Having hosted the Winter Olympics twice, Innsbruck is home to the largest ski resort in the Alps; doubling up as a great destination for adventure sport enthusiasts. Soak in the city’s rich architecture, historical palaces, relaxed pace of life in the Altstadt (Old Town), a lively evening enjoying traditional Tyrolean folk music and dance and the city’s numerous art galleries.

With its stunning natural beauty, rich history and culture, adventure-sport options, beautiful architecture and its many quaint cafes and bars, Innsbruck makes for that perfection vacation or honeymoon destination.