Get to know the capital of Tyrol - history - culture - sport. Stroll through the old town on the Golden Roof over to the Hofburg or in the Hofkirche to the tomb of Emperor Maximilien I with its 28 larger-than-life bronze statues, popularly referred to as the "Black Mander Church".Tour from Landeck via Imst (Rosengarten Gorge, Alpine Coaster), Nassereith (Carnival Museum) - Mieminger Plateau (larch forests) - Telfs to Innsbruck and on the highway via Stams (Cistercian Abbey, Skigymnasium) and Mötz (Pilgrimage Locherboden) back to Landeck.
Highlights in Innsbruck: Goldenes Dachl, Olympic Ski Jump on Bergisl, Bergisel Museum "Tyrol Panorama", Ambras Castle, Imperial Palace and Hofkirche, Alpine Zoo Innsbruck, Tyrolean Provincial Museum Ferdinandeum, ...
family program: 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.