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- Tyrolean Alps
- Nine ski resorts
- Picturesquely situated alpine huts Piesendorf numerous hiking trails
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Apartments in Innsbruck offer a breathtaking view of the mountains. Those who like to live centrally and in the middle of the action will find a holiday apartment directly in the city of Innsbruck. The four holiday villages in Innsbruck, Kematen, Rum, Vösl and Zierl, are located east and west of the city centre. Modern apartment complexes and traditional Tyrolean farmhouses with rustic charm serve as starting points for sightseeing tours.Rustic farmhouses at the foot of the mountains
Just outside the city centre you will find a vacation rental in the middle of the Tyrolean Alps. In the holiday villages West and South as well as in Kühtai and Sellraintal holidaymakers spend their holidays in farmhouses with wooden gables and balconies. At an altitude between 600 and 2,200 metres you will come very close to the peaks. The sunny plateaus of Mieming and Tirol Mitte live up to their name and spoil you with plenty of sunshine and the proximity to the larch forests.
Vacation in Innsbruck
Location and orientation
Innsbruck lies on the river Inn in the Tyrolean Alps. With over 130,000 inhabitants, Innsbruck is not only the capital but also the most populous city in Tyrol. The city stretches on both sides of the Inn valley and extends beyond the valley floor into the mountains. The Inn valley is surrounded by mountains on all sides. In the south Innsbruck borders on the 2246 meters high Patscherkofel, in the north on the Karwendelgebirge. The Stubai Alps and the Tux Alps complete the mountain panorama.In the valley between mighty mountain peaks
A few kilometres west of Innsbruck the Melach flows into the Inn, the river mouth forms the dividing line between the Oberinntal and the Unterinntal. In addition to the lively city centre of Innsbruck City, the sunny high plateaus, the picturesque Kühtai and Sellraintal valleys and the region's nine ski resorts attract visitors. You will find a holiday apartment in Innsbruck both in the city area and on the mountain slopes.
Travelers and Activities
In Innsbruck the vacation rental is never far away from the nearest ski area. For skiing or snowboarding, for example, there is the family ski area Olympia Skiworld. Freeriders meet in Kühtai, at the Axamer Lixum, on the Nordkette and at the Stubai Glacier for tricks off the beaten track. The Innsbruck region comprises a total of nine ski resorts with 300 kilometres of downhill slopes and 90 mountain railways and lifts. A single ski pass is sufficient for all ski resorts.Innsbruck for hikers
In summer, the charming Tyrolean countryside invites you to extensive hikes. Past blooming alpine meadows, hiking trails of various degrees of difficulty lead through the mountains. For example, the many alpine pastures in the region, such as the Arzler Alm, the Möslalm or the Höttinger Alm, are destinations. After a little refreshment we continue from there towards the summit or back to the valley.
Members of the Innsbruck and Partenkirchen ski clubs developed the idea of ski jumping on four jumps in 1949. Innsbruck is still the station of the Four Hills Tournament.
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The Golden Roof is one of Innsbruck's landmarks. 2,657 gold-plated copper shingles form the roof of the Prunkkerker, called "Neuhof", commissioned around 1500. Emperor Maximilian had the magnificent building erected that marks the entrance to Innsbruck's old town. In addition to the original copper shingles, an inscription decorates the Golden Roof, which has not yet been deciphered.2nd stroll on the Marie-Theresien-Straße
If you don't just want to enjoy your coffee in your holiday apartment, take a look at Innsbruck's Marie-Theresien-Straße. More than 700 years ago, small farmhouses lined the street, today there are baroque buildings that house boutiques, shops and street cafés. For shopping we go to the Kaufhaus Tyrol, the Rathauspassage shows the modern side of the city.3. Brown bears and lynxes in the alpine zoo
Rare animal species have found a home in the Innsbruck Alpenzoo. Brown bears, wild cats, lynxes, wolves, rare birds of prey and cute marmots live not far from the city centre. In summer the animals get their young, in autumn they explore the world together with their parents.