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Highlights

The 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.

 

Maria-Theresien-Strasse

Take a stroll, enjoy a spot of shopping, meet friends, have a drink in one of the pavement cafés, take in the wonderful Baroque architecture and savour the city panorama – it can all be done in the Maria-Theresien-Strasse.

 

Imperial Palace

once was seat of the Tyrolean sovereigns...

 

Court Church - Cenotaph Emperor Maximilian I

The Hofkirche (Court Church) in Innsbruck with its memorial for Emperor Maximilian I is the most prominent tomb memorial for an emperor in Europe. Furthermore it provides evidence of European court art for which the best artists...

 

Innsbruck’s City Tower

Rising up 51 metres, Innsbruck’s City Tower was built between 1442 and 1450 as an extension of the former City Hall and to this day it ranks amongst the town’s most important historical landmarks, together with the Golden Roof...

 

Ambras Castle

Is one of the city´s most noteworthy attractions.

 

Cathedral of St. James

The huge two-towered front of the St. James Parish Cathedral dominates the square at the northwest of the Imperial Court.

 

Basilika Wilten

Wilten's Parish and Pilgrimage Church, the Wilten Basilica, is one of the most splendid houses of worship in Tirol.

 

Innsbruck & the Habsburg Era

The city of Innsbruck is suffused with the spirit of the Habsburg dynasty. Emperor Maximilian I completed the magnificent “Goldenes Dachl”, Leopold I founded the university and Maria Theresa’s association with Innsbruck…

 
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Grassmayr Bell Museum - Bell Foundry

All over the world – in nearly 100 countries – bells from Grassmayr Bell Foundry in Tyrol can be heard tolling. The Grassmayr family has been casting bells for the whole world for 14 generations. It has 400 years of experience,...

 

Discover Baroque Art

An impressive online collection of Baroque Art has been gathered by "Museum with no Frontiers". Some fine samples of baroque art in Innsbruck and the Tyrol can be found on this website.

 

Casino Innsbruck

Thanks to its outstanding geographical location, Casino Innsbruck serves the most important markets like Italy, Germany, Switzerland and western Austria.

 

Swarovski Shop & Exhibition Innsbruck

A Crystal of many colors and facets
For many years, SWAROVSKI INNSBRUCK has been a sparkling attraction in the center of the old town that surrounds Innsbruck's Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof).

 

AUDIOVERSUM

Exceptional hearing experiences and fascinating acoustic landscapes promise to take both young and old visitors on an exciting journey into the world of hearing.

 

Anich - Hueber Museum Oberperfuss

A small, but nonetheless very interesting museum.

 

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.

 

The Wilten Boys' Choir

The Wilten Boys' Choir is one of the most venerable and oldest boys' choirs in the Alpine world. It dates back to the 13th century....

 

Chronological Table of Innsbruck’s History

Here's an overview of Innsbruck’s history from the Romans to today ...

 

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