Shopping & experience
There’s always something going on.
Alpine-urban, sporty, dynamic and cosmopolitan yet charming, strong and traditional – Innsbruck is a city with exceptional appeal.
Small boutiques in the old town and the city centre. Lovingly-run craft and souvenir shops. The modern Rathausgalerie, Kaufhaus Tyrol and Sillpark shopping centres. The easily accessible DEZ and Cyta shopping centres on the outskirts of the city. And the many small specialty shops throughout town that invite visitors to taste and enjoy. The wide range of shops makes Innsbruck a charming city to stroll around.
Shopping in the city centre
Old town and city centre
Small shops line the streets and a colourful array of products fill the windows of the wonderful medieval buildings. Innsbruck’s old town offers a great selection of souvenirs, mementos and delicious local delicacies. Centrally located shopping centres, such as the Rathausgalerien and Kaufhaus Tyrol, provide a modern shopping experience just a few steps away from the charming little shops in the old town.
Great shopping experiences
Innsbruck’s traditional side
Innsbruck is dancing
Twice a year, Innsbruck and its many attractions are portrayed in a new light: star light. Shopping fans, culture enthusiasts and gourmets are invited to enjoy the romantic world of wonder and discovery on enchanting Maria Theresien Street with the majestic Nordkette mountain range in the background.
Innsbruck's city centre
Experience both summer and winter
Innsbruck offers a unique mosaic of cultural history: the city has been shaped by the past but still continues to evolve with the times. Today, the magnificent and imperial historic buildings in the city centre meet attractive and groundbreaking modern landmarks.
City highlights also include the Imperial Palace and the Tirol Panorama Museum, as well as the Court Church, Ambras Castle, the City Tower, St. James’ Cathedral, Wilten Abbey Basilica and Maria Theresien Street – all are well worth a visit!