Golden Roof, Innsbruck
Seegrube, Innsbruck, Austria
Nordkettenbahn, Nordpark, Innsbruck
Goetheweg, Nordpark, Innsbruck
Europabrücke and Patsch
The Goldenes Dachl - Golden Roof in 2007 (above) & 1993 (right) is in the old part of Innsbruck.
Innsbruck is the capital city of the Tirol (Tyrol) region of Austria and is south of Munich. The main roads from Innsbruck go to the Brenner Pass and Italy (South), Munich (North), St. Anton and Switzerland (West), and Salzburg (East). Innsbruck has a number of “holiday villages”: Aldrans, Ampass, Axams, Brigitz, Ellbögen, Götzens, Gries im Sellrain, Grinzens, Igls, Kematen, Kühtai, Lans, Mutters, Natters, Oberperfuss, Patsch, Ranggen, Rinn, Rum, St. Sigmund-Praxmar, Sellrain, Sistrans, Unterperfuss, Völs, Zirl.
Walking / Hiking in the Innsbruck Area
The local walking area is to the north of Innsbruck on and around Nordpark. With good transport connections, there are lots of possibilities around the other Innsbruck villages (Mutters) and the Stubai valley (Telfes).
The Tourist Office may offer free led walks.
Skiing in the Innsbruck Area
Downhill skiing is available in several areas close to Innsbruck like Nordpark and Patscherkofel (2246m). Innsruck is part of the Olympia SkiWorld Innsbruck which covers 9 ski resorts.
There are lots of cross country tracks in the area.
Innsbruck Walking / Hiking Maps and City Guides
There are several maps that cover the area at different scales suitable for walking, hiking and exploring the area.
Click here for Innsbruck City Guides
Click here for Innsbruck Map Information.
Innsbruck Tourist Information
Tel.: +43 (512) 598500
Fax: +43 (512) 59850107
The nearest airport to Innsbruck is Innsbruck - a few km to the west of Innsbruck
Rail Stations (Bahnhof)
There is a main train station in Innsbruck.
ÖBB (English) also has bus information.
Buses / Trams
There are a number of Bus and Tram routes.
Information about trains & trams:
Cable Cars - Chair Lifts
There are several lifts in the area:
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