Innsbruck is always worth a visit. The Tyrolean capital is an attractive mix of urbane flair and welcoming local traditions in the middle of stunning mountain scenery.
Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in Austria, with 128,000 inhabitants. Innsbruck is particularly popular for its historic old town and the more modern sights, such as the Bergisel ski jump.
Begin your visit to the city in the Maria-Theresien-Straße near the old town. Walking past the Annasäule (St Anne's Column) and the splendid baroque buildings, the symbol of Innsbruck is soon reached: the Golden Roof. The centre of the city has plenty of stores and cafés for shopping or just people-watching.
Tradition meets Modernism
Pomp dating from the Middle Ages can be admired in the Imperial Church. Especially impressive is the tomb of the Emperor Maximilian, which is guarded by 28 giant bronze figures. The Folk Art Museum next door offers displays of Tyrolean traditions. And a deeper look into the history of Tyrolean culture can be seen in the Zeughaus.
The newest attraction in Innsbruck is the Bergisel ski jump, created by star architect Zaha Hadid. From the top you have a wonderful panormanic view over the city and the Nordkette mountains towering above.
Innsbruck offers of course much more. We will be happy to help you plan your trip - just ask and we'll be able to give you some helpful tips.
Holiday enjoyment starts with your choice of hotel.
The Seefeld Hotels, a group of individual 3*** and 4**** hotels in Seefeld, would like to welcome you to a choice of our small but special range of accommodation. Every hotel has a certain something - all of them share a comfortable atmosphere and a commitment to excellent standards of guest care.