Innsbruck is the capital of the Alps. With the Nordkette Mountains in the background and historic buildings in town, Innsbruck is a unique destination for culture vultures and outdoor enthusiasts.
Architecture & Culture
One of the city’s most popular postcard subjects is the Bergisel Ski Jump, venue of the Four Hills Tournament. The ski jump’s restaurant offers magnificent views. Another popular attraction is the cutting-edge Hungerburg Funicular, designed by Zaha Hadid. With its cobblestone lanes, shops, cafés and the Golden Roof, Innsbruck’s makes for a great place to explore. The Alpenzoo is popular with families.
Shopping with Ski Boots
In winter, Nordkette offers great skiing. From the city it’s a short drive by bus or Hungerburg Funicular to the mountain top offering spectacular views. Innsbruck is a heaven for culture and shopping. Going from ski boots to high heels is easy here: skiers and shoppers mingle in Innsbruck’s Maria-Theresien-Straße. It is this seamless blend of sports and lifestyle that makes Innsbruck truly unique.
Accommodations in Innsbruck
Innsbruck offers something for all tastes and pocketbooks, ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to apartments and friendly B&Bs.