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Innsbruck is the regional metropolis of Tyrol. Its 120,000 inhabitants make it the fifth biggest city in Austria. It was one of the eight host towns in the 2008 European Football Championships. It has twice held the Winter Olympics making it not only a captivating and stunning located city but the "biggest ski center in the alps". It is situated both nearby to Munich and northern Italy making it a must visit mountaintop destination. The city is famous for its sporting chances, mainly mountain sports, as it is in the Alps and encircled by mountains. Many ski retreats are located within the city region or inside short distance. Innsbruck was one of the hubs of snowboard boom back in the 1990's and the derived clear-cut cultural groups lasted until today. The society of skateboarders, snowboarders and people similarly is therefore over average and nothing uncommon to the natives. This lifestyle is also commemorated by a lot of occasions in and around Innsbruck mainly during the winter period, enticing (mostly young) people from all over the world. Book all-inclusive holidays to Innsbruck with Travel Center and profit from our deals which include cheap flights, affordable lodging and flexible booking choices. We at Travel Center are committed to make sure that your holiday to Innsbruck is a memorable one!
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UTC/GMT +1:00 hours
British Airways, Flybe, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, EasyJet
Best Time to Travel
December to April
Modes of Transport
Bus, Taxi, Car
Currency Exchange Rate
1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT
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The Hofkirche and the Emperor's Tomb
Breathtaking Court Church, the Hofkirche, was finished in 1563 in the native Late Gothic manner. The most significant portion of the church is the striking Tomb and Museum of Emperor Maximilian I. Constructed in the 16th century, it's broadly reviewed to be the excellent work of German Renaissance carving.
The Golden Roof
This splendid Late Gothic oriel window, ceiling with gilded copper tiles, was constructed in 1496, made up of 2,657 gilded copper tiles, the Golden Roof's bottom post is also worth a view and is magnificently adorned with coats of arms, while the outer balcony over possess ten figural reliefs.
An earlier royal home initially constructed in the 15th and 16th centuries - was renovated in Baroque and Rococo technique in the 18th century upon orders from Maria Theresa. Ideally seen as portion of an escorted trip (available in English), features comprise of its deluxe apartments with their exceptionally tinted roofs.
Old Town Innsbruck
With its small house-fronts, striking doorways, oriel windows, and galleried-exteriors, possess various excellent samples of ancient Tyrolese structure and southern effects, along with various lavish Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo constructions. Features of a walking tour comprise the stunning Baroque Helblinghaus, the 16th-century Golden Eagle, 57-meter-tall Stadtturm, a watchtower constructed in the 14th century and more.
The Cathedral of St. James
Famous for its striking twin-towered west front and the tall vault above the choir, it was constructed in Baroque manner in 1724 and fully rehabilitated following WWII. Inner features comprise of roof illustrations, its wealthy stucco job by the Asam brothers; the High Baroque marble altars from 1732, and a lavishly sculpted 18th-century pulpit.
The Tyrolean State Museums
Residence to ample native art stocks, portraying a range of Tyrolese subjects, features consist of models of brick-made homes with oriel windows from the Upper Inn Valley and half-wooden homes from the Ziller Valley, along with a wealthy collection of costumes, customary furniture, instruments, glass, pottery, textiles, and metalwork.
Boarded with attractive 17th and 18th-century homes and various stores, busy Maria-Theresien Strasse provides a splendid view of the peaks to the north. In the center of this broad ancient road, right in front of the Town Hall (Rathaus), stands St. Anne's Column (Annasäule), built in 1706.
The Hofburg District
Besides its royal Court Palace and Church, the region surrounding the Hofburg provides much else worth viewing. Of certain regard is the Silver Chapel, constructed in 1587 as the burial church of Archduke Ferdinand II and titled after a silver resemblance of the Virgin and imprinted silver reliefs on the altar.
This stunningly located zoo is popular for its group of mountain animals from the world's Alpine districts; mammals, birds, and reptiles - and is popular with both specialist and travellers alike. Nearly 2,000 animals from 150 various Alpine kinds are stored here, along with aquatic life in the world's biggest cold-water aquarium.
The home of Archduke Ferdinand from 1563-95, the Lower Castle are two rooms comprising an excellent group of arms and armor, on the first level of the Kornschüttgebäude is a priceless art selection consisting various figurines and applied arts. In the Upper Castle is the bathroom of Philippine Welser, Ferdinand's wife, with illustrations and statues.