Teaser schließen

Innsbruck

at your fingertips

Innsbruck App for iPhone and Android

Download Button for Android
Download for Apple
Teaser schließen

today

afternoon
12°C
100% Fineweather
2700m
Frostborder
afternoon 12°C

Tuesday

Tuesday
10°C
70% Fineweather
2200m
Frostborder

Wednesday

Wednesday
10°C
80% Fineweather
2200m
Frostborder

Forecast

High „Dorit“ continues to dominate Central European weather, and the maps show no male low that could dispute its supremacy!

Monday will therefore bring us fantastic winter weather! The day will start with hard frost, but then the February sun will prove its mettle and ensure temperatures rise to pleasant highs in the afternoon.

 

Tendency

The weather forecast for the next few days is fairly promising: It will vary between bright and cloudy, temperatures will drop a bit.

Panorama Webcams in Innsbruck and its regions

Teaser schließen

Need help? Contact us!

Innsbruck Tourism


Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm

Hotel- and group reservations


Mon - Fri: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Tourist Information


Mon - Sat: 9.00 am - 6.00 pm
Sun + holidays: 10.00 am - 4.30 pm

Friedl, Max & Sigmund

Three rulers, three personalities. Three short descriptions of the Tyrolean princes: odd, heroic and unreasonable. Can you name them?

Candidate number one

This greying Tyrolean prince married a 16-year-old at age 60. He started to sell off Tyrol piece by piece to fund the construction of new and extravagant palaces in a conspicuous display of “wealth”. When the Emperor in Vienna found out about this, he had the prince deposed. Who is he?

Candidate number two

This Tyrolean prince supported the wrong papal candidate, which was seen as high treason. He was taken prisoner and his possessions were confiscated. A ruler without land... However, the tables turned: he managed to flee and get back all his possessions over time. He became one of the wealthiest Tyrolean princes but his nickname stuck. Who is he?

Candidate number three

A sporty ruler who took a hands-on approach to hunting chamois. He once climbed so far up a steep rock face that he became stranded, unable to move forwards or go back. In desperation he cried out “ach, wenn sie doch kemmaten” (“If only they would come”)! He was miraculously saved and the village at the foot of the climbing wall is now called...KEMATEN. Who is he?

The answers

Prince number one is Sigmund der Münzreiche (Sigmund the Rich). Candidate number two is Duke Friedrich IV “with the empty pockets”, who is actually rather undeserving of this disparaging nickname. Such an epithet is more suited to his son, Siegmund, who was left penniless after squandering money on a grand scale. However, as Siegmund ruled when the town of Hall was busy minting, he was ironically nicknamed the “Münzreiche” (the Rich). Candidate number three is Maximilian I, the last knight. We have him to thank for the Golden Roof, which he used for watching jousting tournaments in the centre of Innsbruck. He was also once stranded on the Martinswand while hunting chamois. The rock face is now home to the “Kaiser-Max-Grotte” (Emperor Max Grotto), located 1,200 metres above sea level.

Mehr über die Habsburger Dynastie auf www.habsburger.net



  • Deutsch
    Français
    Italiano
    Español
    Nederlands
    русский
    中文(简体)
    Polski