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.
On your bike & explore skating rink, climbing paradise and bathing lake
Innsbruck has more than 130,000 inhabitants, around 30,000 of them students, many of them international. So it's no surprise that the city is seen as "young, cool and modern".
Even at first glance, the trendy and above all sporty "vibe" of the city makes itself felt. Cyclists with ski equipment on their shoulders are just as common a sight in the heart of the city as mountain bikers
in full kit.
But Innsbruck also has so much to offer in addition to the trails and ski slopes: unusualcultural events, a wide range of excellent shops and a multitude of trendy pubs where concerts and poetry slams are regularly held.
Act like a local and set off on a walk or, perhaps even better, a bike ride and see where the locals exercise, have a good time and party.
- Start at the SOWI (city bike station)
- Bike north along Kaiserjägerstrasse and then east along Bienerstrasse
- Go under the viaduct over Sebastian-Scheel-Strasse and Matthias-Schmid-Strasse to the Innsbruck Climbing Center
- Ride downstream along the River Inn to the Baggersee lake
- Return from the Baggersee over the New Orleans Bridge and upstream along the Inn via St. Nikolaus and Mariahilf to the Freiburger Bridge
- Cross the bridge and ride along the Innrain road
- Follow the River Inn downstream past the Innsbruck University
- Take Anichstrasse, Maria-Theresien-Strasse and Fuggergasse to the Eduard-Wallnöfer-Platz (you can also drop off your bike at Bozner Platz square, for example)
In the surrounding area