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Innsbruck

The sporty state capital

Innsbruck is the capital of the state of Tirol. It is a historically evolved city that can be accessed quickly from the Kitzbühel Alps. The magnificent monuments including the "Goldenes Dachl", Hofburg and Ambras Castle, stem from the era of the monarchy in Austria. A successful blend of monuments and modern architecture is what makes Innsbruck stand out. The city is a significant sports hub, since the Winter Olympics have been held here twice (1964 and 1976). In the state capital mountains and cityscape come together in a very special way.

Sights

  • Innsbruck-Panorama-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    Panorama view over Innsbruck in winter.
  • Innsbruck-Goldenes-Dachl-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    The Goldenes Dachl is resplendent in the winter.
  • Innsbruck-colourful-rows of houses-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    View to the colourful rows of houses right on the Inn in Innsbruck.
  • Innsbruck-view-Nordkette-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    Winter view to the Nordkette in Innsbruck.
  • Innsbruck-Bergisel ski jump-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    View from the Bergisel ski jump across Innsbruck to the Nordkette.
  • Innsbruck-cityview-e-Tirol-Werbung-Aichner-Bernhard
    Panoramic view across the Old Town area of Innsbruck.
  • Innsbruck-Chapel-e-Tirol-Werbung-Hofmann-Janine
    A small, snow-covered chapel in Innsbruck.

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