Tyrol´s capital included
Small, sweet and the key to fantastic adventures: the Innsbruck Card offers many free services and attractive discounts for a truly fascinating urban experience in Innsbruck.
Prices Innsbruck Card:
|24 hrs||€ 53,-|
|48 hrs||€ 63,-|
|72 hrs||€ 73,-|
Children aged 6 to 15 years enjoy a 50% discount.
- Golden Roof Museum
Exhibitions about Emperor Maximilian I and his times as well as the history of Innsbruck’s emblem.
- City tower
Unique view of city and mountains from the tower platform. The 15th century tower used to house a prison.
- Imperial Palace
The Imperial Apartments – 25 imperial rooms from the 18th and 19th centuries with the Giants’ Hall (the most magnifi cent festival and ceremony hall in the alpine region).
- The Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage
One of the finest museums of its kind anywhere in Europe. It focuses on the arts and crafts, cottage industries, popular religion, Christmas cribs, masks and costumes from Tyrol.
- Alpine Zoo
Europe’s highest themed zoo with 2,000 Alpine animals from 150 different species. A unique experience for animal lovers, big and small.
- Bergisel Ski Jump Stadium
The 50 m high ski jump tower with restaurant and viewing platform has become one of the city’s new emblems.
- Swarovski Crystal Worlds
All the facets of crystalline colours and shapes cast their spell in these subterranean chambers of wonder. A world full of glittering dreams.
- Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen cable railways
The mountain in the city. In just a few minutes, straight from city center into Austria’s largest nature park.
- Free entrance to following cable cars:
Patscherkofelbahn, Mutteralmpark, Bergbahn Axamer Lizum, Glungezerbahn, Bergbahn Kühtai, Bergbahn Rangger Köpfl
- With the INNSBRUCK CARD you can use all of Innsbruck’s bus and tram lines (IVB) free of charge
Also included: travel on Sightseer Innsbruck, Nightliner, Crystal Worlds shuttle, scenic tram route 6 to Igls and the STB tram to Natters, Mutters.