Based at Die Börse, Inntour arranges all manner of thrillseeking pursuits, including canyoning (€80), tandem paragliding (€105),...
This triumphal arch was built in 1765 to commemorate the marriage of the then emperor-to-be Leopold II.
Topped by a statue of the Virgin Mary, this column was erected in 1703 to mark the repulsing of a Bavarian attack.
Copper vats gleam and rock plays at this lively microbrewery, which opens onto a garden seating 120 beer guzzlers and pretzel munchers....
Chef Thierry Aragona brings a dash of the French Mediterranean to Innsbruck at the aptly named Bistro Gourmand. Lemon walls and dark...
Leopoldstrasse 4 · interesting places nearby
Die Börse information
Rents skis and snowboards (€19 to €35 per day) and city, electro, mountain, freeride and downhill bikes (€19 to €45).