Sightseeing in Innsbruck
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.
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ADAMBRÄU BREWERYAddress: Adamgasse 21 b, 6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 512 / 57 15 67
ADAMBRÄU BREWERY architect Rainer Köberl, Thomas Giner, Erich Wucher, Andreas Pfeifer, 2003 - 2004 transformation of Lois Welzenbacher´s brewery (built 1926-31)...
Alpine ZooAlpine ZooSituated on a sun-drenched terrace above Innsbruck, Europe’s highest zoo (750 m) features a unique collection of over 2,000 animals of 150 species indigenous to the Alps. Including an aquarium, terrariums, a farm with endangered...
BTV-STADTFORUMAddress: Stadtforum 1, 6020 Innsbruck
Phone: +43 505 / 333 - 1417
BTV-STADTFORUM arichtect Heinz Tesar (design), architect J. Obermoser (Generalplaner), 2005 massiveness, protectiveness, structural clarity, transparency...