GENERAL INFORMATION

1INNSBRUCK – CAPITAL OF THE ALPS

Welcome to Innsbruck! Discover the sights and attractions of this holiday destination and enjoy a unique mix of alpine urban experiences – in a place where the mountains meet the valley and the city is one with nature. Explore the holiday villages in the surrounding area, from sunny alpine plateaus and wildly romantic mountaineering villages to family-friendly oases of wellbeing. Perfect for winter holidays, ideal for summer holidays. A great range of leisure activities, cultural highlights and sports are on offer year round in Innsbruck and the surrounding area.

INNSBRUCK IN HISTORY

Innsbruck offers a unique mosaic of cultural history: the city has been shaped by the past but still continues to evolve with the times. Today, the magnificent and imperial historic buildings in the city centre meet attractive and groundbreaking modern landmarks. Several of Innsbruck’s buildings are world famous, for example the Bergisel Ski Jump by Zaha Hadid and the Golden Roof.

GASTRONOMY

The many guesthouses, restaurants and gourmet temples are the perfect way to end a great day in Innsbruck and its holiday villages. Enjoy genuine Tyrolean cuisine in the traditional guesthouses, hearty snacks

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 and homemade food in the mountain huts or haute cuisine in one of the award-winning gourmet restaurants. Alternatively, taste just how close Innsbruck is to its southern neighbours with the delicious variety of antipasti, authentic pasta dishes, wood-fired pizzas and fish specialties in the many Italian restaurants. Or experience Innsbruck’s cosmopolitan side in the numerous international restaurants: from Chinese, Thai, Indian, Korean, Japanese and Mexican to vegetarian and vegan cuisine – Innsbruck offers a little bit of everything. And if you’re just looking for a snack, there are also many fast food restaurants, food stalls, coffeehouses and cake shops.