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Culture & tradition

Visits to Innsbruck's historic centre

On this guided tour of the city you can follow in the footsteps of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian and admire Innsbruck's many monuments and works of art. The tour takes around 2 hours.

Swarovski Crystal Worlds

Bling aplenty! Designed by André Heller, Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens is awash with sparkle. Artworks in crystal by various artists including Salvador Dali, Keith Haring and Andy Warhol are exhibited in the cabinets of wonder. Embark on a sensory journey as you experience the sensational interplay of crystal, music, light and architecture.

A SENSORY experience in total darkness – discover the invisible

Immerse yourself in unimaginable black space. For an hour or so you will walk in complete darkness through fragrant meadows, along the edge of a forest, across bridges and through narrow gorges to a charming lake surrounded by our beautiful mountains. An incomparable excursion during which you will experience a great deal, but see nothing at all. Thanks to the special powers of our human imagination and the astonishingly intense perception of all the other senses, this walk through the lightless installation becomes a deeply impressive and unforgettable experience.

Alpenzoo Innsbruck Alpine zoo

More than 2,000 Alpine animals and over 150 species are housed in Innsbruck's famous Alpine zoo. A visit to Austria's highest zoo at the foot of the Nordkette mountain range is further enhanced by wonderful views of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains.

The Mint at Hall in Tirol

In the Mint at Hall visitors can trace the history of the thaler coin and the modern dollar. The town of Hall was home to the Mint from 1477 until it was decommissioned in 1809. Nowadays, visitors can mint their own coins. Highlights of the exhibition include an automated coining machine, the only one of its kind, and the world's first thaler coin.

Bergisel Ski Jump

The Bergisel Ski Jump in Innsbruck is breathtaking. Designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid, the ski jump and sports stadium with its funicular, tower elevator, Panorama Restaurant and viewing terrace in the tower is open to visitors daily from 9am to 5pm. The Panorama Café, which can accommodate up to 180 people, is available for exclusive events with a fantastic view over Innsbruck.

Zeiss Planetarium

The Zeiss Planetarium in Schwaz will be of particular interest to technology buffs. The Planetarium is a multimedia centre of entertainment, culture and education that has something interesting and worthwhile for everyone. With the help of precision optical instruments, effects projectors and an audio and video system, the events that take place in the universe above us are made visual in the domed hall.

Tratzberg Castle

Tratzberg Castle was Emperor Maximilian's hunting lodge, while today it is a gem among the castles and palaces managed by Via Imperialis. Count Goess-Enzenberg and his family have opened their private residence to the public. Step into the Middle Ages as you enjoy an exciting adventure tour of the 500-year-old castle. Guided tours are conducted daily from 10am until 4pm and start every half hour, or as required. Tours take an hour.

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BECK HOTELS
6080 Igls/Innsbruck, Austria
Tel +43 512 377241
Fax +43 512 378679
hotel@sporthotel-igls.com

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