Innsbruck is a place not to be missed, why not take advantage of this stunning destination and one you can return to often

Innsbruck has many delights to offer and Rum Doodle can arrange for a City Break to enhance your holiday Experience.



Just outside the eastern entrance of Innsbruck’s historic old town, you’ll find the Imperial Gardens. This beautiful park is ideal for walks, picnics or a relaxing break. A pond and an art pavilion complete the truly picturesque setting. Opposite the park is the Imperial Palace, which owes its current appearance to Empress Maria Theresa. From the palace, you can turn and walk through the arch into the historic old town.

Just few steps further along the road you come to the Golden Roof. This landmark was once a splendid balcony for Emperor Maximilian and is decorated with strange inscriptions, magnificent reliefs and curious figures.

If you continue straight on again from there, you come to the River Inn. Alternatively, the road beside the Golden Roof takes you to the cathedral on Domplatz square. Our tip: Continue along Herzog-Friedrich-Straße road towards the edge of the historic old town. This is the “epicentre” of Innsbruck where you can stroll through the city’s famous arcades.

When you reach the edge of the old town, you come to a wide boulevard lined with shops and cafés: Maria Theresien Street.



Maria Theresien Street is ideal for a shopping spree or a stop at one of the many sidewalk cafes. The road was once a suburb but today it forms the centre of Innsbruck’s lively city life. The street is lined with magnificent buildings that used to be palaces owned by old noble families.

Today, these buildings are no longer stately family residences and are instead home to shops, galleries, restaurants, bars and offices. Shopping fans flock to Kaufhaus Tyrol opposite St. Anne’s column or enjoy browsing the shops in the Rathausgalerien shopping centre. At the end of Maria Theresien Street is the Triumphal Arch, which was designed according to the wishes of Empress Maria Theresa with one joyful and one sad side.



If you want to experience Innsbruck from above, we highly recommend a trip to the Seegrube or Hafelekar on the Nordkette mountain range – it’s quick and easy to get there on the Nordkettenbahnen lifts and cable cars.

However, if time is too tight, there is another way to get up above the city: the medieval City Tower. This tower has to be climbed on foot but the views of the old town and surrounding mountains are well-worth the 133 steps. If you decide to treat yourself to a trip up to the Nordkette mountain range, why not enjoy the delicious culinary delights 2,000 metres above sea level?

Take quick selfie by the cross on the summit of the Hafelekar, 2,334 metres above sea level, and then stop off at the Alpine Zoo with its amazing alpine wildlife in large enclosures on your way back down into town. Also highly recommended for a nice afternoon walk!



Make the most of your stay! We’ve got a few tips to help you visit all of the must-sees : in 24, 48 or 72 hours. 

The recommendations are structured based on whether you have one, two or three days to explore the region and are designed to help you divide your time as well as possible. They take into account the fact that visitors who are here for three days can take more time than guests who are just passing through. Simply click on the links to see our tips based on the duration of your stay.


Two days filled with amazement, enjoyment and discovery. To ensure your 48 hours in this City are a great experience, we’ve put together the main landmarks and attractions that should be included in every two-day discovery tour. By the way, the Innsbruck Card includes free entry to many attractions, as well as activities such as rides on lifts and cable cars.


How do you like the sound of a walk through the medieval old town? Follow in the footsteps of great princes and Baroque rulers, while learning interesting facts about Innsbruck’s eventful history and seeing almost all of the sights. Amusing anecdotes bring the past to life. If you want to discover Innsbruck with a guide, you can join one of these guided tours.

Attention all art fans! New to the themed guided tour programme – ART Walks Innsbruck. Experience contemporary art up close on a walking tour. For anyone who wants to enjoy the art of walking.


Burggraben 3 , 6020

+43 512 / 53 56

The Imperial Palace in Innsbruck was shaped by two famous women: Maria Theresa and Elisabeth. Take a walk with Per Pedes guides through the exhibition rooms and imperial apartments, where many amusing historical anecdotes await you. From Monday to Saturday, the meeting point for the Imperial Tour is at Innsbruck Information on Burggraben road. On Sunday, the meeting point is at the city tower. From there, the tour takes you on a walk through the historic old town, followed by a visit to the Imperial Palace.
Please note: on days when the Imperial Palace is closed, the tour visits the Court Church instead.

The tour is in German only and takes place daily at 11 am.
The meeting point is at Innsbruck Information or, on Sundays, at the City Tower.

If booked in advance and for groups of ten or more, the tour can be arranged at other times and carried out in English, Italian, Spanish and French.



Explore Innsbruck and learn more about the history of the city. Here you will find the current prices.

City Guide – Tariffs for 2020:

For groups of 30 persons or more, a second guide is recommended for the walking tour.

1-2 hours € 135.00
3 hours € 150.00
Half day € 180.00
Full day € 250.00 (in the time from 9.00 am – 6.00 pm)
for each additional hour + € 20.00 (after 6.00 pm)

Meeting point: Bus parking Hofgarten, Kaiserjägerstrasse (parking fee € 35.00 for 24 hours)

Languages: German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, other languages on request.

Entrance fees are not included.


Pastorstraße 5 , 6020

+43 512 / 53 07

The Sightseer is a hop-on hop-off bus that gives you a great feel for Innsbruck. The bus takes you to all of the city’s main sights and attractions, as well as highlights outside of the city centre. Discover the Bergisel Ski Jump, the Tirol Panorama Museum with its famous Panoramic Painting and Ambras Castle. The Sightseer also goes through the district of Pradl and past the lovely Gründerzeit villas in Saggen. The route also passes the River Inn, the Imperial Gardens and the most important museums in and around the city centre. You can get off wherever you fancy, explore the surrounding area on foot and then jump on the next bus.

An audio guide provides information and history about the sights in eight languages while you are on the road. There is also a children’s version.

Tickets for Sightseer

24-hour tickets for the Sightseer can be purchased on the bus, at Tourist Information on Burggraben and in many hotels. The ticket is also valid for other forms of public transport in Innsbruck.

Our tip: the Sightseer is free of charge with an Innsbruck Card. The Innsbruck Card also includes many museums and attractions, as well as free rides on the lifts and cable cars in Innsbruck


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