Innsbruckall inclusive: only the Innsbruck Card offers this. This great value card is your passport to all the most important sights in the city, including a number of interesting museums and galleries, such as theHofburgImperialPalace, the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum, as well as theBellMuseum. With the Innsbruck Card you can explore the splendidAmbrasCastlewith its chamber of art and curiosities. It is also your key to theTyroleanFolkMuseumfeaturing collections that are unrivalled in the Alpine region as well as to the Tirol Panorama,Innsbruck’s most recent museum and new home to the Riesenrundgemälde - a giant panoramic painting depicting the historic Bergisel battle.
Also included in the price of your Innsbruck Card is access to the Bergisel ski jump, anInnsbrucklandmark which is well worth visiting all year round. In addition you can travel by shuttlebus to the glittering Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. Special highlights for parents with children: Free entry to popular family attraction Alpenzoo, free five-hour bike rental from sports store ‘Die Börse’, as well as interesting discounts on the spine-tingling bobsleigh guest runs down the Olympic bob and luge track.
In addition to all this card holders can travel free of charge on the ‘Sightseer’, a sightseeing bus which takes you to Innsbruck’s places of interest in all comfort. Furthermore you are invited to Casino Innsbruck for a welcome drink, as well as an entertaining city walk with the ‘Per Pedes’ city guides who know some fascinating tales about the local history (guided tours available in German and English). The most recent feature of all Innsbruck Card varieties is a fun Fotopoint Service: At four locations you can take your picture against the most stunning backdrops, among them the Hungerburg station of the Nordkettenbahnen cableways and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds,. With your card you can also mail or post your pictures on the spot!
The Innsbruck Card lets you travel free of charge on all public transport in the city and as far as Igls and Hall. It includes also one return trip on each of the seven cable cars (according to the season) of Innsbruck and the surrounding holiday villages. You may want to explore the Patscherkofel, venue of Olympic skiing events, or take the family hiking on the Rangger Köpfl. We strongly recommend a ride on the brand new Nordkette funicular and cable cars that takes you in a mere 20 minutes from the centre of town up into high-alpine terrain - and fabulous panoramic views. Furthermore, card holders are entitled to special price reductions at several shops, for example at Studio Tyrler on Marktgraben or the Höbel gift shop located in the historic Old Town. Innsbruck Cards are vaild for 24, 48 or 72 hours, starting at a cost of 31 Euros. Children under the age of 15 enjoy a half price discount.
The Innsbruck Card is available at all tourist offices in the 25 holiday villages, at lift stations and most museums.