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 pride and joy is the Gothic Hofkirche, one of Europe’s finest royal court churches. It was commissioned in 1553 by Ferdinand...
Next door to the Hofkirche, Volkskunst Museum presents a fascinating romp through Tyrolean folk art from hand-carved sleighs and...
Das Stadtcafe sports a glam interior and a people-watching terrace facing the Hofburg. It can feel a bit schickimiki (self-consciously...
A vaulted restaurant with a large beer garden for Augustiner Bräu beers and hearty fare like pork roast with beer sauce, dumplings and...
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Cafe Sacher information
Sidling up to the Hofburg, this grand chandelier-lit cafe is the place to linger over chocolate Sacher Torte , salads or lunch. There are free classical concerts in the courtyard in summer.