Demanding attention with its imposing facade and cupolas, the Hofburg was built as a castle for Archduke Sigmund the Rich in the 15th...
Next door to the Hofkirche, Volkskunst Museum presents a fascinating romp through Tyrolean folk art from hand-carved sleighs and...
Innsbruck’s pride and joy is the Gothic Hofkirche, one of Europe’s finest royal court churches. It was commissioned in 1553 by Ferdinand...
Das Stadtcafe sports a glam interior and a people-watching terrace facing the Hofburg. It can feel a bit schickimiki (self-consciously...
Panino & Co
Blink and you’ll miss this Italian deli, where you can create your own panini with Parma ham, cheese and olives. It’s a good place to...
Lonely Planet review
Innsbruck’s imposing neoclassical theatre stages year-round performances of opera, dance, drama and comedy. Tickets cost between €3 and €59.