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About Innsbruck

Tucked away in the heart of the Alps, Innsbruck has a special charm of its own. The Tyrolean capital is famous the world over for its tradition, culture and sport. The city never fails to capture the hearts of the hundreds of thousands of visitors who wander, year in, year out, through the picturesque streets of the historic Old Town, admiring the breathtaking alpine panorama.

The combination of mountains and valleys, nature and city is second to none. Its hustle and bustle is a striking contrast to the solitude of the omnipresent mountains. From the Golden Roof, to the Imperial Palace and the City Tower, the sights in the many cobbled streets of the Old Town are a testament to Innsbruck’s turbulent history. What’s more, everything is close at hand. Taking just 15 minutes to attain an altitude of 1,905 meters, the Nordkette funicular offers a stunning vantage point from which to gaze over the unique alpine city.