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Stiftskirche Wilten 

Collegiate church and Museum Wilten

The monastery of Wilten, dating back to the 12th century, has always played an important part in Innsbruck's history. About 30 monks service the today 21 parishes belonging to the monastery. The buil...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 58 30 48 E-mail Website
Hofkirche Innsbruck 

Court Curch

The Court Church houses the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I. With 28 larger-then-life bronze statues it is the most important monument in Tyrol. Other points of interest: the Ebert Organ (1558), the Silv...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 /59 48 95 10 E-mail Website


Since its redevelopment, Eduard Wallnöfer Square, between the train station and Maria Theresien Street, has become one of the most interesting attractions in Innsbruck and an example for modern archi...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 508 0 E-mail Website
Goldenes Dachl Innsbruck 

Golden Roof

Amidst the charming Old Town, a classic Austrian hybrid of Gothic and Baroque, you will find Innsbruck's greatest tourist attraction and certainly its most characteristic landmark: The Golden Roof. B...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 5360 1441 E-mail Website

Helbling House

This original 15th century Gothic mansion is an outstanding example of bourgeois grandeur in the Old Town, in later years richly decorated with stuccos. The house is named for Sebastian Helbling, wh...

Wallfahrtskapelle Höttinger Bild 

Höttinger Bild Pilgrimage chapel Maria in the Wood

Small pilgrimage church situated in a romantic wood just above Innsbruck's district Hötting. A picture of St. Mary (giving the name to the church) is one of the most frequently visited treasures in t...

Hofgarten Innsbruck 

Imperial Gardens

This lavish Park was laid out in the early 15th century by royals of the Tyrolean Habsburg line and has been opened to the public since the 19th century. The center of the park features a Music pavil...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 58 48 03 E-mail Website

Imperial Palace

At the end of the 15th century, as Emperor Maximilian I. held court at Innsbruck, the Imperial Palace had already today's dimensions. Empress Maria Theresia renovated the existing palace in the monume...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 58 71 86 12 E-mail Website

Jesuit Church

The Jesuit monastery was founded in 1561. In the 17th century a baroque church was erected, which houses the graves of Archduke Leopold II and his family,and of many famous Jesuit priests like Karl Ra...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 53 46 0 E-mail Website

Leopold´s Fountain

This equestrian statue, situated on Rennweg Street, is the oldest surviving depiction of a rearing horse north of the Alps. It´s rider, Archduke Leopold V, was the ruler of Tirol from 1619 to 1632. S...

Innsbruck Tel. +43 512 53 60 0 E-mail Website

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