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.
On a little more than 4 ha, around 2,000 alpine animals of about 150 species are cared for in nature-oriented enclosures, terrariums and aquariums. No other zoo in the world displays such a complete collection of wild animals from the Alpine region. This is just one reason why a number of world breeding and remarkable breeding successes have succeeded here.
Detailed information on the entrance fees and the reduced group rates can be found here.
Museum & exhibition: 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.
Museum & exhibition: Stams pin
On the way to Innsbruck, about 40 km from Landeck, there is the Cistercian Abbey of Stams, founded in 1273 by Meinhard II. Today you will find here a museum, a monastery shop, a distillery and the Orangerie.
: Swarovski Crystal Worlds Wattens
From Landeck to Innsbruck and on to Wattens in the Swarovski Crystal Worlds.