The satellite images do not give too much joy to us at the moment! They show nothing but clouds! Unfortunately, the weather maps show the same results and we can therefore only offer this forecast: It will be cloudy and unstable.
On Wednesday, showers will gradually die away to leave brighter spells. We have to wait until Saturday, however, to get real summer weather.
Light-filled shopping destinations, architectural highlights and a wide selection of products ranging from fashion and jewellery to books and outdoor equipment: Innsbruck’s shopping centres are a great urban experience that transform a shopping trip into a pleasant stroll.
The benefits at a glance: a large selection of shops all in one place, attentive service and great bars, cafés and restaurants for mid-shopping refreshment breaks. Shop and explore the city at the same time: the Rathausgalerien and Kaufhaus Tyrol shopping centres on Maria Theresien Street are located right in the heart of the city, just a few steps away from Innsbruck’s sights and attractions. The Sillpark shopping centre is just a few paces away from the main train station.
The DEZ shopping centre is located on the eastern outskirts of the city and the west shopping centre on the western outskirts. Both are easily accessible on Innsbruck’s public transport and also offer many free parking spaces for anyone travelling by car. The Cyta shopping centre is located just a few minutes away from Innsbruck and offers 110 shops that delight fashionistas, bookworms, shoe lovers and bargain hunters alike.