The Golden Roof, Innsbruck's famous landmark, lies in the middle of the medieval old town. Emperor Maximilian I had the splendor stone built with 2,657 fire-gilded copper shingles at the former residence of Duke Frederick IV.
museums and attractions: Tyrol panorama
THE TIROL PANORAMA with Kaiserjägermuseum is Tyrol's most recent museum. At the heart of the Haus am Bergisel is the Innsbruck Riesenrundgemälde, which shows the Tyrolean freedom struggle of 1809 in a fascinating and breathtaking 360 degree view over 1000 m².
roundtrips: Alpine Zoo Innsbruck
At the foot of the Nordkette, above the rooftops of Innsbruck, the provincial capital of Tyrol, is the alpine zoo, located at 750 m altitude.
churches and chapels: Hofkirche Innsbruck
The Hofkirche with the tomb of Emperor Maximilian I is the most important monument in Tyrol and the grandest of all imperial tombs in Europe. The cenotaph is flanked by 28 larger-than-life bronze figures depicting the kinship of Emperor Maximilian I and his role models.
racing bike: Innsbruck round
Beautiful round trip over the Mieminger plateau to Innsbruck and through the Inn valley along the village line back to Landeck.