Dom St Jakob
Innsbruck's 18th-century cathedral is a feast of over-the-top baroque. The Asam brothers from Munich completed much of the sumptuous art...
Demanding attention with its imposing facade and cupolas, the Hofburg was built as a castle for Archduke Sigmund the Rich in the 15th...
Innsbruck’s imposing neoclassical theatre stages year-round performances of opera, dance, drama and comedy. Tickets cost between €3 and...
A rising star on Innsbruck's gastro scene, this glass-cube restaurant-cafe is all clean-lined, backlit minimalism, with a terrace on...
Zaha Hadid’s space-age funicular runs every 15 minutes, whizzing you from the Congress Centre to the slopes in no time. Walking trails head off in all directions from Hungerburg and Seegrube . For more of a challenge,there is a downhill track for mountain bikers and two fixed-rope routes (Klettersteige) for climbers. Patrolled by inquisitive alpine sheep, the 2334m summit of Hafelekar affords tremendous views over Innsbruck to the snowcapped giants of the Austrian Alps, including 3798m Grossglockner .