What would a trip to Innsbruck be without an extensive stroll through the old town, or a visit to a theatre or concert? Innsbruck might not be big, but his cultural heritages are. Numerous of museums such as the Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art, the Armoury, the Tyrolean State Museum and the Ambras Castel provide an insight into the history of Tyrol. The Innsbruck Card offers free entry to all museums and other attractions in Innsbruck.
Start with a walk through the Maria Theresien Straße, the most famos street of Innsbruck with lots of nice boutiques and comfortable cafes. From their you see in the north the landmark of Innsbruck, the „Golden roof“ with the „Nordkette“ and „Seegrube“ in the background. A visit of the city tower is recommendable. More than 148 steps up their is a view platform where you have a fantastic view over the city and the surrounding mountains.
A trip to Innsbruck would not be complete without taking time to visit the "Tyrolean Panorama", located at Bergisle mountain. The "Tyrolean Panorama" with its Imperial Infantry Museum showcases one of Tyrol’s greatest pieces of art: the Giant 306° Panoramic Paining, which covers a 1,000 m² canvas and portrays a fascinating and breathtaking view of the Tyrolean fight for freedom.
Whilst you are there, a detour to the magnificent Bergisel Ski Jump is also worthwhile. It offers an exceptional view of the city of Innsbruck and there the 4-jump-tournee takes place every year.
The mediev city of Hall in Tirol, which is only 10 minutes from Rum, is known for its salt mining and minting heritage. Ascending the legendary Mint Tower, the trademark building of Hall, is an unforgettable experience. Here you can also admire the largest silver thaler in the world. The famed Europe Thaler, with a circumference of 36 cm and weighing in at over 20 kg of pure silver, is sure to fascinate.
To this day, this popular sight, just a few minutes' drive from the Hotel Huberhof, has brought moments of wonder to thousands of visitors. An underground adventure exhibition with fantastic rooms takes young and old into a breathtaking world of sparkling fantasies.
The Nordkette is part of Austria’s largest nature park, the Nature Park, and can be reached directly from Innsbruck city centre in just a few minutes! The breathtaking 360° view leaves a lasting impression, with the capital of the Alps on one side and Tyrol’s most extensive conservation area on the other. The Hungerburg funicular enables visitors to reach the Hungerburg in just 8 minutes. There are several stops along the way including the Alpine Zoo, which is a favorite among families.