Free Walking Tour Innsbruck
Free walking tour Innsbruck shows you the charming city of Innsbruck located in the heart of the Austrian Alps. With its stunning mountain scenery and rich history, Innsbruck is a must-visit destination for those exploring Austria. From its Old Town, to its iconic Golden Roof, to its modern ski resort, Innsbruck offers something for everyone. Whether you are a history buff, outdoor adventurer, or simply looking to relax and take in the beauty of the Austrian landscape, free tour Innsbruck is sure to delight.
♦ Meeting point: Next to the fountain Leopoldsbrunnen
♦ Start times:
From Monday to Thursday at 10:00 am
Friday & Saturday at 10:30 am
♦ Duration: 2 hours
♦ Language: English
♦ Availability: Everyday
♦ Price: Tip only basis and paid option
♦ Note: Booking the tour is mandatory
Free Walking Tour Innsbruck – Itinerary
Our first stop is the Hofburg, the Imperial Palace, which once served as the residence of the Habsburg rulers. We’ll explore the impressive architecture and learn about the palace’s significance in Innsbruck’s past.
Next, we’ll head to the St. Jakob Dom, the city’s stunning cathedral with its magnificent Baroque design. Take some time to admire the intricate details and understand its role as a religious and cultural center for centuries.
After the cathedral, we’ll make our way to the iconic Goldenes Dachl, or Golden Roof. Here, you’ll discover the intriguing story behind Emperor Maximilian I and the shimmering golden tiles that adorn this landmark.
Moving on, we’ll reach the bustling Marktplatz, the Market Square, where you can experience the vibrant atmosphere of the city’s central marketplace. Admire the medieval buildings and feel the energy of the local life.
Continuing our walk, we’ll head to Maria-Theresien-Straße, the main street of Innsbruck. As we stroll along this lively street, you’ll get a glimpse of the city’s modern side with its shops, restaurants, and historical landmarks.
Our penultimate stop is the Triumphpforte, the Triumph Arch. Here, we’ll delve into the significance of this arch and its connection to a royal wedding. Take a moment to appreciate the architecture and the historical context it represents.
We’ll conclude our tour back at the Triumphpforte, where you can capture some final photos and ask any remaining questions. Remember, this itinerary is flexible, and we can adjust the time spent at each location based on the group’s interests and pace.