Imperial Palace in Innsbruck

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The Imperial Palace in Innsbruck was initially the seat of power of the Tyrolean Sovereigns. The palace was constructed by Archduke Seigmund in 1460. Constructed in the Gothic style, the palace was later rebuilt in the Baroque style between 1754 and 1773 to the orders of Empress Maria Theresa.

The palace is a beautiful example of Baroque architecture and is surrounded by domes towers, complete with four wings. Painted in rich gold and white, the royal two storey building is home to many portraits of the Hasburgs.

  • Opening Closing Time 9 am to 5 pm

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Rennweg 1, 6020 Innsbruck