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There is no other zoo like the Innsbruck Alpine Zoo!

The Alpine Zoo, located at an elevation of 727 meters, is Europe's highest zoo. It features more than 2,000 animal and 150 species of Alpine animals.

 

Touring Innsbruck's Surroundings

Start at the center of Innsbruck, drive for 10 minutes drive and you will find yourself in beautiful natural surroundings. The villages around Innsbruck are located on high sunny plateaus and offer a wealth of...

 

Tyrol's Sights

The Tyrol offers an astonishing wealth of raditional treasures as well as modern sights .. please take your pick....

Tirol is famous for both cultural and natural attractions.

Visit the Alpine Zoo, the Swarovski Crystal...

 

Pilgrimage Church of St Peter's and St Paul's

The church with its lavish murals and ornate plasterwork is a superb example of 18th century Rococo style architecture.

 

Mill Hinterloch

The mill is situated at the end of the long drawn village of Ellboegen in Innerellboegen. Apparantly the first mill was established here in the 16th century.

 

Swarovski Chrystal Worlds

Closed from 6 October 2014 until May 2015
MUCH SPACE FOR FANTASY

In order to experience the phenomenon of crystal, the Austrian family enterprise Swarovski realized in the year 1995, on the occasion of the...

 

Diversity is King!

Innsbruck is an ideal starting point for touring to the central Alpine area.

 

Innsbruck for the whole Family

Fun for the whole family

For parents, holidays are as recreational as their children enjoy it.

 

Anich - Hueber Museum Oberperfuss

The village of Oberperfuss is home to the famous cartograph Peter Anich and his aid Blasius Hueber. A small, but nonetheless very interesting museum shows their work.

 

Stams Monastery

The famous Cistercian monastery in Stams  was founded in 1273 by the Tyrolean Count Meinhard II and his wife Elisabeth of Bavaria, widow of Conrad IV.

 

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