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Walks to explore

Get to know Innsbruck your way

Sightseeing classics and insider tips off the beaten track: our tours have it all. So you can explore Innsbruck independently and on your own schedule. Go on a journey of discovery through the oldest parts of the city, take a look at modern Innsbruck or walk in the footsteps of the famous Habsburg imperial dynasty. If you don't have very long, we can even tell you how to get to know Innsbruck in one hour, one day or three days. 

Guided city tours are, of course, also available if you would rather visit Innsbruck's sights with a guide. Click here for more information about the guided tours.

Treasure hunters and puzzle fans explore Walks 4 and 7 on the GO Innsbruck scavenger hunt.

City tour through Innsbruck – Innsbruck Region
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Explore Innsbruck without barriers: Experience the treasures of our beautiful city without barriers - it's possible!  


We would like to introduce wheelchair users, people with disabilities and families with pushchairs to a suitable tour through our beautiful old town and to the special sights. Whether alone or with a companion, the sightseeing tour is suitable for everyone. The museums along the tour are all barrier-free. It is a little easier with an accompanying person who opens the entrances to the museums. However, it is also possible to call the respective museums using the telephone numbers provided so that the doors can be opened for exciting discoveries.


Our tour through the centre of Innsbruck starts at the Imperial Palace, as this is where the most central disabled parking spaces are located on Rennweg. Nearby is also the Innsbruck Museumstraße station, which is served by lines 1, 2, 650, A, C, J, K, M and the Nightliner. The lines are barrier-free with ramps, further information can be found on the website of the Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe (IVB).


We make our way through the historic city centre with a short detour to the Inn, discover Innsbruck's central shopping street and end at one of the most important sights: the Imperial Court Church. If there is still time, we recommend taking the Hungerburgbahn cable car for a breathtaking view over the city and the surrounding mountains.


Note: We have tried to the best of our ability to design a tour that can be experienced by everyone. If further information is required due to specific needs, please enquire at the respective institution or contact office.@innsbruck.info.

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Elevation profile

afternoon
18°C/64°F
20% Fineweather
2700m
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Friday

Friday
12°C/54°F
20% Fineweather
2100m
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Saturday
14°C/57°F
0% Fineweather
2300m
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Forecast

Low pressure will rise from today on. Clear and dry spells may occur before midday, but in the afternoon showers and thunderstorms will dominate the weather.

Tendency

The weather fronts which will arrive here today will unfortunately remain over our region. Over the following days the weather will be very cloudy to overcast with frequent and quite heavy rainfall.

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