Stand above the crowd on the unique Top of Tyrol viewing platform on the Stubai Glacier. From here you have a 360-degree view of the Alps. And the best thing about it: the 3S Eisgratbahn gondola speeds you right up to the grandiose world of the 109 three-thousand-metre peaks.
Experience the fascinating world that is hidden under the Stubai Glacier. Near the Eisgrat mountain station, an easy trail leads you into a surreal world of blue ice and dancing light and introduces you to the secrets of the glacier.
The Golden Roof, the Imperial Hofburg, the Schwarzmanderkirche, the city tower, in between Zaha Hadid’s valley station of the Hungerburg cable car, chic boutiques, cosy cafés, and restaurants – visit the alpine metropolis and experience the modern alpine lifestyle at every turn.
A visit to the Alpenzoo Innsbruck makes the hearts of young and old beat feaster. Capricorns, brown bears, otters, eagles, or wolfs – in this unique zoo you will find over 100 different animal species that are native to the Alpine region.
Join Emperor Maximilian I on a fascinating journey back in time to the Middle Ages. During the inventive audio tour, you will accompany His Highness and previous aristocratic owners through the 500-year-old and originally furnished castle. An exciting fairy-tale tour awaits children.
Immerse yourself in the realm of giants! The sparkling world of art and adventure in the middle of the Inntal fascinates young and old alike and has been one of the most popular sights in Innsbruck and environs since its opening.
Follow in the footsteps of miners in the fascinating Schwaz silver mine, where more than 10,000 miners once worked underground. In the late Middle Ages, the "mother of all mines" was the largest silver mine in the world. Discover it today on an exciting guided tour.
History was written in Hall, the small town where the world's first thaler was minted in 1486. Even today, you can feel the wealth when you visit the medieval town. Particularly worth seeing: Hasegg Castle and the Mint Tower, which houses the City Museum and the Mint Museum.
Take a look underground in the BBT Tunnel World and learn more about the fascinating mammoth project, the Brenner Base Tunnel. Stroll through the Show tunnel, detonate a blast, learn about the geology of the Alps, and much more!