Discovering Innsbruck – Private Walking Tour
Looking for new holiday destinations around Eastern Europe? Why not try Innsbruck? What to do and where to go to Innsbruck? Founded by the Romans in the 8th century, Innsbruck offers a long collection of sights, churches, museums, art, nature, and unique attractions that you must visit once in a lifetime. Which are Innsbruck’s best attractions? The Old Town sights are just the beginning of the city’s charms. The vibrant city offers you the chance to discover some of the richest examples of Austrian history. Get stunned by the streets full of history and beautiful architectural examples. Get ready to experience Innsbruck from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about the city.
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee to The Innsbruck Cathedral (Dom zu St. Jakob) 4.8 EUR per person( free entry to people who have Innsbruck card)
- Admission fee to Stadtturm: 7 EUR
- Admission fee to Helbling House: 7 EUR
- Admission fee to Goldener Adler: 3 EUR
Route & Duration
The Innsbruck Cathedral (Dom zu St. Jakob)
This church, which is more than 300 years old while being relatively recent, was erected on the foundation of an 800-year-old church that was also devoted to St. James. The artwork within the Cathedral is exquisite, and while taking photos of it will cost you one Euro coin, it is well worth it. The bells, which weigh more than 4 tonnes in all, won't ring until midday.
It was staffed to warn the populace and the King of any oncoming danger from intruders, fire, or bad weather. By a few decades, it predates Goldenes Dachl. Innsbruck's Old City, where the majority of the structures have maintained their antiquity, and the New City are both visible from the viewing gallery's 360-degree panoramic perspective.
The extravagantly furnished Helbling home is directly across from the City tower. There are no points for estimating the building year. the fifteenth century. The current levels of embellishment, however, were put in place in the early 18th century. That elaborate dessert looks like it!
This hotel is possibly among the oldest in Innsbruck if not all of Europe. Since the late 14th century. The hotel's claim to fame is that famous guests have stayed there while visiting Innsbruck. A board lists notable guests who have visited, including Jean-Paul Sartre, Maria Von Trapp, and other European royalty.
Children and adults alike may find a tiny holiday paradise just a short distance away at the Innsbruck Marktplatz by the Inn River. Punch and Judy, storytellers, and a variety of other attractions, such as a sweet vintage merry-go-round, try their best to make the wait until Christmas Eve as short as possible for young market visitors from November through December. A 15-meter-tall Swarovski Christmas Tree that is lighted by energy-saving LEDs and covered in more than 170,000 brilliant crystals rises in the middle of this idyllic environment. This tree is a unique example of crystal artistry.
Annasäule(st anne's column)
A lengthy roadway named for Maria Theresa runs through the new town, which borders the old town. There are several historic buildings, monuments, and eateries along this pedestrian-only boulevard. The St. Anne's Column is located about 100 meters from the street's commencement; the statue atop it faces the mountains behind the old town. When the Bavarian soldiers were driven out of Tyrol, it was built as a victory monument.
In front of Innsbruck Cathedral
(Dom zu St. Jakob, Dompl. 6, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.