experience the city of innsbruck

innsbruck in winter

  • Freeride Lounge Nordkette
  • Stubaier Gletscher
  • Axamer Lizum
  • Ski Resort Kühtai
  • Playground Muttereralm
  • Vital Park Patscherkofel
  • Bergbahnen Oberperfuss
  • Schlick 2000


Experience the ski world in Tyrol

Advent is a very special time in the Alpine capital. The smell of Tyrolean doughnuts, gingerbread and punch tempt you to visit the Christmas markets.


Experience Christmas in Innsbruck

  • Indoor swimming pools in Innsbruck
  • Aqua Dome Spa in Längenfeld
  • StuBay bathing paradise in Telfes
  • Olympic pool in Seefeld
  • Atoll Achensee in Eben am Achensee


Experience the water worlds in Tyrol

The internationally famous Crystal Worlds have existed since 1995 and were initially designed by multimedia artist André Heller. The sight is ranked second among the most visited places in Austria. The extraordinary place takes visitors into a realm between fantasy and reality. Also marvel at the artistically designed garden landscape of the complex.


Experience the sparkling Swarovski Crystal Worlds

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Sledding
  • Snow shoe hiking
  • Ice canal & ice skating
  • Stroll through the Christmas markets


Experience the magic of winter

innsbruck in summer

Whether a leisurely bike tour through the city centre, a mountain bike excursion to a hut or a trail ride in the Bikepark Innsbruck. There is a route for every level and age.

Experience the beautiful landscape by bike

  • Visit to the Tivoli open-air swimming pool, Rossau bathing lake or Völser Badl
  • Swimming fun at Lake Natterer See and Lake Lanser See
  • Up Stream Surfing in the Inn
  • AREA 47 water park (slides, wakeboarding, blobbing, etc.)
  • With the steamer across Lake Achensee


Experience a sparkling time

  • Bungy jumping from the Europa Bridge
  • Bobsledding in the Igler Ice Canal
  • Cycling adventures at the Bikepark Innsbruck
  • Mountain carting on the Muttereralm
  • Outdoor park AREA 47 (rafting, canoying, high ropes course, wakeboarding, etc.)
  • Flip Lap Trampoline and Parkour Park
  • Alpine tours by helicopter, hot air balloon or paragliding


Experience unforgettable moments

Whether indoors or outdoors, climbing is possible in any weather and at any time of year. The Innsbruck climbing centre offers indoor bouldering. The surrounding area has several via ferratas to offer.


Experience climbing pleasure indoors and outdoors

  • Naturpark Karwendel
  • Patscherkofel
  • Mieminger Kette
  • Kalkkögel
  • Sellraintal und Stubaier Alpen

Experience the wonderful world of hiking

  • Hofgarten
    The park adjacent to the Hofburg offers space for relaxation and a stroll through the city oasis, which is accessible free of charge. Er ist seit dem 19. Jahrhundert für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich und im Palmenhaus kann eine umfassende Pflanzensammlung besucht werden.
  • Botanischer Garten
    Very close to the accommodation is also the Botanical Garden. This natural idyll offers a variety of plants and features tropical show greenhouses, a planetarium and a lawn to relax on.
  • Rapoldipark
    The city park is a popular place to play, do sports and relax. It offers a pond, a slackline facility, a sports field, a labyrinth and much more.
  • Alpenzoo
    It is considered Europe's highest zoo and can be reached by the Hungerburgbahn or the W bus (from the Marktplatz stop with exit at Alpenzoo). The zoo is home to around 2,000 Alpine animals and allows visitors to observe them up close.
  • Schlosspark Ambras
    The 20-hectare park offers an ideal place for all those seeking recreation. It was designed by Archduke Ferdinand and his wife Philippine Welser.
  • Waltherpark
    Close to the flats is this park with a playground and sports facilities.

Enjoy nature in Innsbruck

  • Alpenzoo in Innsbruck
  • Swimming fun in the Tivoli outdoor pool or at Lake Natterer See
  • Silberbergwerk Schwaz
  • Interactive world of experience of the Audioversum
  • Swarovski Crystal Worlds with play tower and playground
  • Streichelzoo Natters

Adventures with the little ones

innsbruck's culinary

  • Lichtblick
  • Gaia Cuisine
  • Wood Fire

La Trattoria (Italian)

Restaurant Marta (classic, regional specialities)

Stiftskeller (Tyrolean cuisine)

Sensei Sushibar (japanese)

Posidonas (Greek)

Himal (Nepalese)

  • Dunlin Bar
  • Liquid Diary
  • Toskana
  • Bar Centrale
  • Cloud One Bar Innsbruck (Motel One Rooftop)
  • aDLERS Bar
  • Irish Pub
  • Cafe Katzung
  • Café Central
  • Brennpunkt coffee competence
  • Cafe Bar Moustache

experience innsbruck in summer in 2 days

day 1

For the morning, we recommend a visit to one of the many museums, such as the Imperial Hofburg, the Folk Art Museum or the Ferdinandeum with its ever-changing, impressive exhibitions. At lunchtime, you can visit one of the many eateries in Maria-Theresien-Strasse, on the terrace of the Markthalle or in the lively city centre. At 11:00 a.m. you can join the city tour on foot as a culture fan, followed by a climb up the city tower. After 133 steps, you will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the old town. The best view is guaranteed on the Nordkette at more than 2,000 metres above sea level. This is easily accessible with the Nordkettenbahnen, which start directly in the centre. In addition, the Alpine Zoo with its diverse animal world is an exciting excursion on the way down.


experience innsbruck in summer in 2 days

day 2

On the second day, we recommend a visit to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. These offer artistic arrangements, sparkling light and water shows accompanied by spherical musical performances. They are easily accessible daily at various times with the Crystal Worlds shuttle. For the afternoon, a mountain trip to the Patscherkofel is recommended. On Innsbruck's local mountain at 2,246 metres, there is Austria's highest botanical garden with over 400 plants to marvel at. It is also home to one of the oldest and largest Swiss stone pine stands in Europe. You can discover these along the Swiss Pine Trail. When the good weather takes a short break, Innsbruck offers exciting alternatives: The Audioversum or the Grassmayr bell foundry bring magical worlds to life. In addition, you can take advantage of the shopping opportunities in the city.


The sights, admissions and activities, such as the mountain tours, are included in the 48-hour INNSBRUCK Card.

Experience the diversity in and around Innsbruck

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Address & Contact
Innstraße 40, 6020 Innsbruck, Österreich
Tel. +43 676 3719750

Innsbruck card
24 hours: € 43,00 / € 21,50*
48 hours: € 50,00 / € 25,00*
72 hours: € 59,00 / € 29,50*

*Children 6-15 years


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