Nasses Tal (Route 34)
Völs is located west of Innsbruck and borders directly on the city. It is ideal for anyone who wants to stay near Innsbruck airport and is also an exciting destination for history lovers. The Thurnfels museum, which is located in the town hall, displays exhibits from the distant past. The oldest find is a polished stone axe from the third millennium BC; it is the oldest piece in addition to finds from Roman times and the Bronze Age. Another remarkable piece is the "Völser Bacchus": a small bust of Bacchus, the God of Festivity and Wine.
The "Völser Badl" outdoor swimming pool is a hotspot in summer with plenty of space for anyone looking to cool off and have fun. Forget to pack your swimsuit? No problem, you can get swimwear and any equipment you may need for a visit to the Völser Badl and much more at the CYTA shopping centre.
The Pilgrimage Church of St Blasius has adorned Völs since the 13th century. It was given a Baroque interior in the 18th century and was restored in the 1980s.