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Innsbruck Travel Guide  

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Innsbruck is an Austrian city located in the Tyrolean region in the beautiful Inn valley and is one of the most popular holiday centers of Austria.
The varied Olympia Ski World of Innsbruck and its close surrounding ski resorts as St. Anton, Kitzbühel and others represent one of the biggest ski and winter sport regions in Austria, where you can enjoy about 130 kilometers of pistes which are well outfitted with cable cars and lifts.
Innsbruck is an ancient city of 1239 and has been the residency to several Hadsburg lords. The Emperor Maximilian I lived here from 1459 to 1519.
The official language is German and the local currency is Euro.

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Reviews Innsbruck

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : An important sight to visit is the “Goldenes Dachl” roof of the former Court Lodge, with thousands of gilded copper plates. Another very impressive sight you should not miss is the marble sarcophagus of Kaiser Maximilian in... more the “Hofkirche”. The statue is encircled by 28 big bronze figures. Further you can visit the Imperial Palace, the Tyrolean provincial Museum Ferdinandeum and Ambras Castle which represents Austria’s largest and most beautiful Renaissance building with antiques, master art pieces and curiosities of the past. As in the other Austrian cities music and theater performances are of great interest and you can enjoy them during the whole year.
Jessica Angeli
Level 31     4 Trophy    Viaggia: Friends
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : Definitely worth a visit: the Hofburg Imperial Palace, Ambras Castle, the Civic Tower, the Pillar of Saint Anne, the Ark of Triumph, the Swarovsky store in the city and the Crystal Museum (a few km from Wattens Innsbruck), the Golden... more Roof, the Wilten Basilica, Casa Helbling
Tomo Jošić
Overall rating 4
Overall Guide : Very nice city!
paolo beriola
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Couple
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : Visit the capital of the Alps, you'll fall in love! There are many attractions, from skiing and all the other winter sports, to cafes in the center which are full of life. Do not miss the Alpine Zoo, a pearl... more in the middle of the woods.
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