Innsbruck is a city in Austria and the capital of the land of Tyrol.
Innsbruck is located in western Austria in the Inn River Valley and is surrounded by high mountain ranges, creating amazing views and a cozy atmosphere.
This article presents a list of the main and the most colorful attractions and main museums of Innsbruck, which is worth a visit in the first place or, if the city allocated a little of time (1-2 days).
At any time of the year, Innsbruck can be an excellent solution for relaxation, as the city keeps in its arms a considerable number of attractions, including museums, viewing platforms, historical monuments and natural parks.
Ambras castle is one of the most important sights of Innsbruck and one of the most important Museum complexes in Austria.
The cultural and historical significance of the castle (and the Museum inside the castle walls) is inextricably linked with the personality of Archduke Ferdinand II.
In the Tyrolean town of Innsbruck there are viewing platforms and observation points, which not only give beautiful panoramic views of the city, the countryside and the surrounding mountains, but also some of which are in the Tops of the sights of Innsbruck.
On Christmas eve in Innsbruck, the Christmas fairs, which are among the most visited places in the city.
At the fairs hosted tents from which they sell food, including local street, drinks, main place among which is a warming mulled wine, Souvenirs, local Handicrafts etc.
Wilten statistical district of Innsbruck, located in the southern part of the city.
Now Wilten is a developed area where served by public transport, there is a Park zone of rest and relaxation, the observation deck, casino, museums and attractions.
The Bergisel - hill in Innsbruck, with a height of 746 meters, located in the southern part of the city.
Hill is not only a historical place but also a place of recreation, Hiking trails and a place where the hills are the important sights of Innsbruck, including ski jumping, observation deck and Museum.
Mariahilf-St. Nicholas area of the city of Innsbruck, located on the left side of the Inn river.
The area is notable for historic buildings and buildings lined up in a row along the river, beyond which rise the Tyrolean Alps that creates a picture of unrivalled beauty.
The old city of Innsbruck (Altstadt) is one of the statistical districts of Innsbruck, which is part of the historic city center.
Currently, the old city is one of the main territories of modern Innsbruck, where the main tourist life takes place.
The Innsbruck Market is the central indoor market in the historical center of Innsbruck, which combines traditional farming and craft markets with permanent food departments in one building.
Bergisel Springboard (Bergisel Schanze) - c ski jump Olympic past, located on the historic Bergisel hill.
Today, the springboard is the modern symbol of Innsbruck. There is an observation deck and a panoramic restaurant in the springboard tower.
The street of Maria Theresa (Maria Theresa Straße) is one of the main and busiest streets of the historic centre of Innsbruck.
The street is 500 meters in length, slightly curved shape and crosses the main part of the city centre.
Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse is the main street of the old city of Innsbruck and one of the main pedestrian streets of the city center.
The formation of the street, like the foundation of the whole old city, dates back to the 12th century.
The Nordkette lift (funicular and cable car) is not only a popular attraction and entertainment in Innsbruck, but also enables only 20 minutes from the city centre to get to the top of the mountains (height of about 2 300 metres) and viewpoint Hafelekar.