Alpine and urban diversity define Innsbruck and its regions. Notable sights range from historic treasures and architectural highlights to natural beauty and rare animals in the Alpenzoo (Alpine Zoo). Medieval history, folk art and imperial splendour make Innsbruck a hotspot for history and culture lovers, while the city itself lies nestled within a breathtaking mountain panorama, and the Inn and Sill rivers snake their ways through the city like green ribbons. A wonderful mixture for an interesting holiday.
The surrounding holiday villages woo the visitor with their rural charm and lively Tyrolean lifestyle. Of course, they also have their own treasures: for example, beautiful churches, informative museums and historic farms.
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Adambräu brewhouseAddress: Lois Welzenbacher Platz 1, 6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 512 / 57 15 67
The Adambräu brewhouse in Innsbruck was converted in 2003/2004 and has become a place dedicated to sharing and preserving architecture. The building, which was...
Allmayer Beck country house with glorietteAddress: Bahnhofweg 2, 6071 Aldrans
This "country house manor in Tyrolean style" was built in 1910 by the Innsbruck bookseller Bohlschröder as a summer residence. The house was later inherited by...
Anderlhof farmhouseAddress: Untere Hochstraße, 6074 Rinn
Phone: +43 512 / 53 51 555
Anderlhof farmhouse features a bell tower that is typical for the Tyrolean Unterland and has a historical past. The farmhouse was formerly a place of pilgrimage...
Axamer Lizum mountain chapelAddress: Sylvester Jordan Str. 2, 6094 Axams
Phone: +43 5234 / 68 128
The chapel is located on the Axamer Lizum circular hiking trail and was built in 1963. The idea for the construction of the chapel arose from the development...