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  • Innsbruck – the Capital of the Alps
  • Olympic city and winter sports paradise
  • Modern, attractive, sporty
  • Panoramic city views along the River Inn
  • Highlights at Easter
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  • Innsbruck – the Capital of the Alps

    Vibrant city life meets untouched nature: Innsbruck offers alpine-urban holiday flair with breathtaking natural scenery. Hiking, skiing, mountain biking and rock climbing: conquer the surrounding mountains however you please. There are also lifts to make the journey quick and easy: just 20 minutes from the city centre. Take a deep breath, replenish your energy levels and enjoy: welcome to Innsbruck!

  • Olympic city and winter sports paradise

    Pure white snow, glorious blue skies and pistes as far as the eye can see: winter showcases Innsbruck and its holiday villages at their best: a wonderland for sports enthusiasts, whether skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, freeriding off the beaten track, ice skating or ice climbing. And you can sweeten your stay even more with a stroll through the picturesque snowy scenery or a mug of steaming hot punch at the bustling Christmas Markets.

  • Modern, attractive, sporty

    Travel from the heart of the city up to an altitude of 2,000 metres within just 20 minutes. The Nordkettenbahnen lifts welcome sightseers alongside sports fans with skis and snowboards. The lift stations are architectural highlights, designed as curved, glacial-like formations by star architect Zaha Hadid. The lifts provide a quick and easy way to access and experience the high alpine terrain above Innsbruck.

  • Panoramic city views along the River Inn

    Innsbruck is located on the River Inn and features medieval architecture that bears witness to centuries of history. A stroll through the city is filled with wonderful views of historical and natural highlights. The colourful buildings in the St. Nikolaus and Mariahilf districts are a famous example – behind them, the spectacular Nordkette mountain range soars up to 2,200 metres: a popular destination for recreation, relaxation and diverse alpine sports.

  • Highlights at Easter

    40 days to Easter - 40 days packed with events, exhibitions and traditional customs. In the holiday villages of Axams, Götzens and Zirl ornate, hand-carved Lenten scenes are on display. The prestigious Osterfestival features high-calibre concerts and dance performances with a programme that includes the Passions of St. Matthew and St. John, Baroque masterpieces as well as a contemporary repertoire. In front of Innsbruck's famous Golden Roof you can take a stroll through the traditional Easter market with its spring decorations and local traditions. The Hofburg palace boasts an exhibition of exquisite Easter eggs from all over the world, including imperial works of art from the Fabergé collection. Religious festivities can be enjoyed in the form of colourful processions, Easter celebrations and church services. 

Innsbruck's Regions


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Innsbruck City

Capital of the Alps

Neighbouring villages

Comfort | Convenience | Nature

Western holiday villages

Sport | Diversity | Family

Southern holiday villages

Relaxation | Delight | Vitality

Kühtai-Sellrain holiday villages

Altitude | Nature | Sport

Sonnenplateau Mieming & Tirol Mitte

The longest summer in Tyrol

Innsbruck – Capital of the Alps

Welcome to Innsbruck! Discover the sights and attractions of this holiday destination and enjoy a unique mix of alpine urban experiences – in a place where the mountains meet the valley and the city is one with nature. Explore the holiday villages in the surrounding area, from sunny alpine plateaus and wildly romantic mountaineering villages to family-friendly oases of wellbeing. Perfect for winter holidays, ideal for summer holidays. A great range of leisure activities, cultural highlights and sports are on offer year round in Innsbruck and the surrounding area.

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