The Tyrolean alpine metropolis and the capital of Tyrol presents itself in a traditional and cosmopolitan way. Impressive buildings, splendid historical monuments as well as modern buildings add to the sophisticated character of the county capital.
You can reach our small dapper capital from the Sonnenplateau within 30 minutes.
With the popular gäste.card you can use bus connections free of charge.
As well as visiting the famous sights such as the Golden Dachl in the Old Town of Innsbruck, the Kaiserliche Hofburg and the Hofkirche with the most important emperor‘s monument of the Alpine region, the Stadtturm and last but not least the Maria-Theresien-Straße, main shopping street in Innsbruck, you should spare some time for also visiting museums and galleries.
We will be pleased to inform you in more detail about current special exhibitions.
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Use just one card and enjoy Innsbruck for 24, 48, or 72 hours.
Discover Innsbruck’s museums and sights free of charge as well as travelling free on all public transport resp. sightseeing buses with the Innsbruck Card, which can be obtained from our hotel or by buying it at home from the Innsbruck online-shop: www.innsbruck-shop.com
Theatres, Stages and Festivals
A city is not complete without its theatres, stages and festivals. Festivals such as the Easter Festival (www.osterfestival.at ), Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik (www.altemusik.at) , Tanzsommer Innsbruck (www.tanzsommer.at) or Festival der Träume (www.festival-der-traeume.at) have become fixed events in the cultural activities of the city during the past few years.
You can reserve tickets for these festivals quite simply by visiting the link www.innsbruck-shop.at . But we will also be pleased to make the reservations on your behalf.
The variety of small theatre stages such as for example the Kellertheater (www.kellertheater.at), Theater Präsent (www.theater-praesent.at), Freies Theater Innsbruck (www.freiestheater.at), Westbahn Theater (www.westbahntheater.at) or Treibhaus (www.treibhaus.at) which is known for its candidness and world music has developed to become something very special in Innsbruck.
And in case you have any time left following this impressive offer of things to do, we warmly recommend a visit to our Landestheater. The Tyrolean Landestheater in Innsbruck (www.landestheater.at) offers operas, light operas, musicals, theatre plays or symphony concerts of international standard to music lovers.