The 800-year-old town is renown as a cultural center, and as a city of numerous art treasures and many historic structures. Innsbrucks rich history is interwoven with that of the Habsburgs, whose wealth and sense of beauty left their mark: take the "Golden Roof", the "Black Men" bronze statues at the Court Church, the Imperial Court Palace and Ambras Castle.
Battlefield of fights for freedom and Olympic medals. Big town shopping opportunities coupled with a great range of hiking. Tirolean nights, brass band concerts and baroque operas, lederhosen and dinner jackets. University town and convention center.
Take advantage of the Innsbruck Card!
575 m Elevation
Location: Riverside, By a mountain, Close to ski slopes
Imperial Palace at Innsbruck
Closed on March, 29th and August 15th. On May, 7th from 2 p.m. on.
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Innsbruck Tourismus Burggraben 3 A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria