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    Innsbruck - Capital of the Alps

    Alpine, urban and imperial are the three key words when it comes to Innsbruck.

    The morning sun bathes the grey peaks of the Nordkette in a golden light. A sight that brings a sparkle to the eyes of visitors and locals alike. In Innsbruck, the mountains are our constant companions, even when we are standing at the heart of the city. They surround us on all sides and we are always stealing glances at them – capturing the essence of a holiday while at work, on a walk through the city, from classroom windows or during a hike, bike ride or ski day. Innsbruck is more: more than just a city, more than the mountains and more than a simple holiday destination. Innsbruck is an alpine-urban experience.

    Discover the Innsbruck region

    The Innsbruck region
    The Innsbruck region is much more than its city alone. It also includes 40 towns and villages that fulfil your every want and need. You can stay in the alpine countryside, in an idyllic village, in the city centre or at 2,000 metres above sea level. On the Mieming Plateau west of Innsbruck, for example. This sunny area lies on a high mountain plateau with green alpine meadows and secluded groves. It is ideal for golf, leisurely cycling, walking and cross-country skiing.
    Plus the impressive Mieming Range is also right on the doorstep for long hikes and challenging summit tours.

    Nordkettenbahn furnicular
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    Find the perfect accommodation in and around Innsbruck

    Accommodation in and around Innsbruck 

    If you stay in the city, you have sights, shops and restaurants right on your doorstep. Plus you can enjoy the nightlife of this student town. During an evening walk through the historic old town, you practically have the narrow streets to yourself. Or would you rather stay outside the city? There are many well-connected places to stay along the Inn Valley that are excellent starting points for a variety of activities from hiking and biking to countless winter sports. These towns and villages are also ideal if you are just making a short stop in Innsbruck before continuing your journey elsewhere. The towns and villages south and southwest of Innsbruck are also well-worth a visit. They are located up in the mountains overlooking the valley and make it possible to walk right out of your accommodation and directly into holiday experiences surrounded by nature.

    View from the Bergisel Ski Jump Tower in Innsbruck
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    NEW: Innsbruck's seven walks to explore

    Explore the diversity of Innsbruck with the new Innsbruck Exploring concept.

    •                     Sheep flock at the Nordkette mountain
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      Nordkette - Jewel of the Alps

      The mountain in the city. The Nordkette is part of Austria’s largest nature park, the Karwendel Nature Park, and can be reached directly from Innsbruck's city centre in just a few minutes.
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    •                     Innsbruck Oldtown / Innsbruck
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      Conquer Austria's Stunning Mountain Empire in 3 Days

      Get to know the "Capital of the Alps" from its Imperial side. This itinerary takes you to Innsbruck's most celebrated historic sights! 
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      Tirol - Heart of the Alps

      Tirol attracts people from all over the world to get the best out of both worlds - the urban sophistication of a city and a spectacular Alpine playground.
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      Innsbruck's eight absolute must-sees

      From the sights in the historic old town, such as the Golden Roof the Imperial Palace and the medieval City Tower, to destinations such as Ambras Castle. These buildings, squares and attractions are among the most highly recommended in Innsbruck. Choose your favourite place, or just visit them all! Oh and by the way, these sights and attractions are free of charge with the Innsbruck Card. Take a look through this page and get a little taste of Innsbruck before your visit!
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    Innsbruck Cards

    The Innsbruck cards are designed to make your holiday even sweeter: with included services, discounts and interesting offers in and around Innsbruck. Are you wondering which card is the right one for you?

    •                     Innsbruck Welcome Card / Innsbruck
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      Welcome Card

      Free additional services for your stay with the Welcome Card/Welcome Card plus.
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    •                     Innsbruck Card / Innsbruck
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      Innsbruck Card

      The Innsbruck Card is your key to exceptional experiences.
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    •                     Hungerburgbahn Innsbruck - Skiing on the Nordkette mountain near Innsbruck
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      Ski Plus City Pass

      A varied winter holiday is guaranteed!
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    •                     Bike tour in Innsbruck
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      Bike City Card

      The perfect ticket for mountain bikers and downhillers.
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