Religious Innsbruck

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  • Wilten Basilica

    Wilten Basilica

    The Wilten Basilica sits at the southern edge of the city of Innsbruck and is a great place to enjoy stunning views of the city of Innsbruck. Excavation and ruins under the Basilica suggest that another church, dating back to the early days of Christianity occupied the area.

  • St.James‘ Cathedral

    St.James‘ Cathedral

    The St.James‘ Cathedral, also known as the Innsbruck Cathedal was built between 1717 and 1724 and is part of the Roman catholic Diocese of Innsbruck. The cathedral was built on the site of a former 12th century Romansque church and is dedicated to St.James, one of the apostles of ...

  • Imperial Church of Innsbruck

    Imperial Church of Innsbruck

    The Imperial Church of Innsbruck was built by Ferdinand I as a memorial for his grandfather Maximilan I who was the Holy Roman Emperor. Today this remains one of the msot popular tombs built for an emperor in Europe and is home to a vast collection of German Rennaisance ...

  • Easter


    Celebrated with great fervour, Easter celebrations involve many different concerts and choirs across different churches in Innsbruck. Festival Dates: March/April annually ...