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...
Climb this tower's 148 steps for 360-degree views of the city’s rooftops, spires and surrounding mountains.
This cultural complex draws a boho crowd with its big terrace, regular DJs and live music. In August, it hosts an open-air cinema.
A cool curiosity shop of a bistro, with a minimalist, snow-white interior that contrasts strikingly with the old-fashioned kitchen...
Lonely Planet review
University bookshop with a sizeable collection of English books.