Conveniently located in the city centre with the possibility to use the garage of the Rathaus Galerien mall. The breakfast is on the top floor with a nice view of the city and a big selection of healthy and not-so-healthy-but-tasty breakfast options. (Adolf-Pichler-Platz 3)
Very stylish restaurant with a really nice yard and delicious Italian food. (Müllerstraße 15)
Amazing view of the city. I recommend their daily lunch sets or the tomato-mozzarella salad. (Rathaus Galerien, Maria-Theresien-Straße 18)
This restaurant has a really nice set lunch. You can enjoy observing the local “in” crowd during their business lunches. (Stadtforum)
An Innsbruck institution and one of ‘the’ addresses for ice cream. (Burggraben 23)
The frozen yoghurt option for the calorie-conscious ones. (Burggraben 21)
Enjoy your drinks with an amazing view of the city during the day but especially at night. (Rathaus Galerien, Maria-Theresien-Straße 18)
Innsbruck has become one of my favourite cities for shopping in Austria. I really love that there are still small boutiques with great service and advice and selling unique pieces, even though you can also shop for the mainstream brands.
Cool design from size 34 to 48 and extremely friendly staff who try to find unique items according to your personal style. (Kiebachgasse 12)
Cute little store mixing a local product concept from the region around Innsbruck with stylish elements. I really liked the soaps, ponchos and scarves. (Seilergasse 13)
If you are into premium brands, I recommend a visit at Fink’s. Their range covers classics such as Burberry to young brands such as Dondup. I also highly recommend their men’s boutique in the Rathaus Galerien (next to the Mango store). It is one of the boutiques with the best service I have ever been. (Maria-Theresien-Straße 24)
This boutique near Restaurant Sitzwohl has a really great selection of international premium brands such as Drykorn but also smaller labels with unique styles. (Sparkassenplatz / Corner Erlerstraße)
Jewellery concept by Swarovski with their own brands, Cavalli, Kenzo and many more. I loved the personalized gift boxes: for every purchase you can choose a stamped box. I chose “Today I am a Princess”. (Rathaus Galerien, Maria-Theresien-Straße 18)
Hofkirche (Court Church)
The Hofkirche was built by Emperor Ferdinand I. in the 16th century as a memorial for his grandfather Emperor Maximilian I.
The cenotaph initially constructed for Maximilian I. is surrounded by in impressing number of Renaissance sculptures representing his ancestors, further relatives and heroes. Even though Maximilian I. was buried in Wiener Neustadt, near Vienna, the cenotaph stayed in Innsbruck.
The church is also an important place for the region of Tyrol of which Innsbruck is the capital: Andreas Hofer, a historic figure and hero of the region is buried in the Hofkirche.
Houses in Glasmalereistraße and Müllerstraße
Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof)
Walk along the Inn River
Original article published 8/2015, last updated 3/2018. We cannot accept responsibility for the correctness or completeness of the data, or for ensuring that it is up to date.