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Innsbruck City Add-On

A city surrounded by mountains
Holiday information
Nights: 2
Accommodation: centrally located hotel
Meals: breakfast only
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This Holiday in a nutshell
  • imperial city in the heart of the Alps
  • notes for self-guided city walking tour included
  • central hotel ideally located for exploring
  • enjoy as an add-on to another Inntravel holiday in the Tyrol

Few cities in the world enjoy such a glorious mountain panorama, with the Dolomites to the south, and the Tyrolean peaks to the north and west. Here, in the heart of the Alps, this ancient city has always been an important trading crossroads thanks to its sheltered position on the broad River Inn, and it was from here that the Tyrolean Habsburgs ruled for several centuries.
Right in the centre – in the grounds of the Hofburg Imperial Palace, to be precise – is Café Sacher, a classic café-cum-restaurant with marble-topped tables and a traditional atmosphere. The old-style service is impeccable, and there is a vast range of coffees as well as the cakes for which the Sacher is famous – all presented in an old-fashioned menu complete with a wooden holder.
As you explore, you will discover frequent reminders of Innsbruck’s imperial past – from the remarkable Goldenes Dachl to the imposing Hofburg Palace – and, whether the city is bathed in summer sunshine or cloaked in snow during your visit, you will be struck by the Baroque splendour of the Altstadt (Old Town), which remains the centre of life in this compact but bustling city.

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