Goldenes Dachl in Innsbruck
Over 800 years of history lie between the past building of the bridge across the Inn and the current skyline of the Tyrol state capital. Even the Habsburgs loved this city and made Innsbruck a residence city.
Innsbruck is embossed with a lively history, connected with great names like Maximilian I and the Empress Maria Theresia. Innsbruck was the most beautiful city in German landscape for her. Even famous artists followed her call. A breathtaking treasure that is also so majestically close is the high mountains and nature as well as the ubiquitous contrast of old traditions with the vitality of a modern city. Its rich heritage and two times being an Olympic city with sport facilities for competitive and recreational sports make it an international visitors magnet 365 days a year.
Nature, culture, sport and tradition unite with the flair of an international congress and university city in a harmonic and enthralling way.