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  • Triumphal Arch

    Triumphal Arch

    Also known as the Triumphforte, the Triumphal Arch is one of the most popular tourist attractions not only in Innsbruck, but also in Vienna. The Triumphal Arch was commissioned by Empress Maria Theresa to commemorate the marriage of her son the Duke of Tuscany with Princess Maria Ludovica of Spain. ...

    Monument Landmark
  • City Tower

    City Tower

    The City Tower is an important historical landmark in the city of Innsbruck and was constructed between 1442 and 1450. Standing 51 meters tall, the City Tower was an observation point for soldiers who announced the time of the day. The guards also observed the city from the top of ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Ambras Castle

    Ambras Castle

    One of the most important tourist attractions in Innsbruck, the Ambras Castle is a Renaissance castle and palace built on the hills which surround the city of Innsbruck. The castle was taken over by Archduke Ferdinand II in 1564 when he became the king of Tyrol. Ferdinand converted the building ...

    Monument
  • European Splendours 2018 (Group Package) - Without Air

    European Splendours 2018 (Group Package) - Without Air

    Continental Breakfasts10 Dinners ...

    11 Days|10 Nights Rs. 89,990
  • European Bonanza 2018 (Group Package) NRI - Without Air

    European Bonanza 2018 (Group Package) NRI - Without Air

    Continental Breakfast 13 Dinners ...

    14 Days|13 Nights Rs. 1,32,237
  • European Splendours 2017 (Group Holiday)

    European Splendours 2017 (Group Holiday)

    Continental Breakfasts10 Dinners ...

    11 Days|10 Nights Rs. 1,24,990
  • Golden Roof

    Golden Roof

    The Golden Roof, also known as the Goldenes Dachl in German is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in Innsbruck. Constructed by Archduke Friedrich IV during the early 15th century to mark his marriage to Bianca Maria Sforza, the Golden Roof was intended to be a residence for the ...

    Monument Museum
  • Alpenzoo

    Alpenzoo

    Situated at an altitude of 727 metres, the Alpenzoo is Europe’s highest zoo and is home to many different species of Alpine animals. Some of the animals you will find in the zoo are otters, wolves, brown bears and golden eagles. Other animals such as goats, sheep, cows and Turopolje ...

    For Kids Zoo and Aquariums
  • Alpenpark Karwendel Nature Reserve

    Alpenpark Karwendel Nature Reserve

    Stretching over an area of 920 kilometer square, the Alpenpark Karwendel Nature Reserve is one of the largest nature reserves in central Europe. Essentially Alpine in appearance, the reserve has managed to hold onto the centuries old tradition of rural farming. The Alpenpark Karwendel Nature Reserve is a beautiful combination of ...

    Nature
  • 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.
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    Religious
  • Hofgarten

    Hofgarten

    Located on the fringes of the Old Town in Innsbruck, the Hofgarten is a protected park covering an area of 25 acres. The park was built in the 16th century for the imperial rulers, but today is open for the general public.

    The Hofgarten is managed ...

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  • Tirol Panorama

    Tirol Panorama

    A one of its kind museum, the Tirol Panorama presents visitors with a wide-angle view of history including the turbulent history and its impact on the country and its people. The most stunning part of the museum is the massive panorama painting known as the “Riesenrundgemälde”. Measuring over 1000 square ...

    Museum
  • Tyrolean Folk Art Museum

    Tyrolean Folk Art Museum

    Considered to be one of the best regional heritage museums in Europe, the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum is home to some of the most important cultural relics from the Tyrol region.

    Located in the Altstadt section of Innsbruck, the museum is home to a permanent collection ...

    Museum
  • 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 ...

    Religious
  • Maria Theresa Street

    Maria Theresa Street

    The Maria Theresa Street is one of the busiest and most popular streets of Inssbruck. Named after Empress Maria Theresa, the street stretches right from the Triumphal Arch to the Old Town and is buzzing with people.

    The street also has a very strong historical significance since ...

    Landmark
  • 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 ...

    Religious
  • Imperial Palace

    Imperial Palace

    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.

    Monument
  • Hungerburgbahn

    Hungerburgbahn

    The Hungerburgbahn is a hybrid funicular railway in Innsbruck which connects Hungerburg with the city Centre. The architecture of the Hungerburgbahn is absolutely stunning and was designed by architect Zaha Hadit. ...

    Landmark
  • Innsbruck Old Town

    Innsbruck Old Town

    A visit to Innsbruck is incomplete without a visit to Innsbruck’s Old Town. The Old Town is the heart of the city and is home to many medieval buildings, ancient hotels and present day bars and cafés. With its cobbled streets, the Old Town has something to offer to everyone. ...

    Cultural
  • • Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

    • Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market)

    Innsbruck comes alive during the Christmas season and at the Christkindltmarkt you can enjoy the festive season by browsing through the many stalls and buying Christmas goodies and enjoying local delicacies. Festival Dates: Mid November to mid December annually ...

    Cultural
  • Alpine Folk Music Festival

    Alpine Folk Music Festival

    Held in the month of September, the Alpine Music Festival celebrated folk musicians and singers. Folk performances are followed by lively parties and lots of delicious local food. Festival Dates: September annually ...

    Cultural
  • Maypole Celebration

    Maypole Celebration

    In April every year people from the neighbouring village of Aldrans come together to celebrate the arrival of spring, which includes dancing around the maypole on May 1st. Festival Dates: May annually ...

    Cultural
  • Easter

    Easter

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

    Religious
  • Fasnacht

    Fasnacht

    Held in February every four years, the Fasnacht festival portrays the struggle between good and evil. Celebrations involve people wearing ancient masks and dancing down the street in beautifully embellished costumes. Festival Dates: February every four years. ...

    Cultural