Culture & Tradition
Why not try your luck with our exciting "Casino evening"?
Following a special dinner menu in the Sporthotel, be taken right to the Casino door, where a glass of champagne and tokens to the value of € 25,00 await you.
(€ 52,00 per person including Casino entry.)
Visit to the Old Town of Innsbruck
Take a Guided city walk (approx. 2 hours) with a certified guide or
stroll on your own through the wonderful and interesting Old City of Innsbruck to visit the famous museums and sights. The "J" bus departs every 15 minutes from the front of the hotel or take the no. 6 tram every hour through the woods.
Tickets are available at the Tourist Office Igls just by the hotel.
Take a visit to André Heller’s Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. This outstanding exhibition, designed as a subterranean labyrinth of highly imaginative chambers of wonder, focuses on the ever fascinating material of crystal. A botanical giant, who spits water out of his mouth, guards the building. Inside you will not only find the world’s largest and smallest crystals, but also a wall built with 12 tons of crystal as well as rooms that fascinate their visitors with their light, sound and smell. It is open daily and the free bus service goes from Innsbruck city: just ask at reception.
Visit the famous Alpine Zoo
this it is an unique attraction for young and old. It is home to more than 2000 species of animals exclusively native to the Alps. Take tram no. 6 from Igls to the town, then tram no. 1 to the Hungerburg station from where the funicolar runs every few minutes.
Open daily throughout the year.
The 15th century Mint of Hall
The town of Hall was home to the mint which was founded in 1477 untill it closed in 1809 yet today`s visitors to the Mint of Hall still have an opportunity to mint a coin for themselves having visited the museum which shows the history of this ancient craft.
Visit the new Bergisel Jump Stadium in Innsbruck
The new Stadium with its tower lift, panorama café and rooftop sight-seeing terrace can be visited daily from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. (from June 19th from 08.30 a.m. till 6 p.m.)
- Entrance to the Stadium
- 1 ride with the cabtrack and tower lift
- Entrance at the museum "Imperial rifle hunters"
Entrance fee: € 7,90 per person or for children from 6 to 14 years: € 3,90 under 6s go free.
(Car-park charge: € 3,20 for 90 mins.)
The Zeiss-Planetarium is a multi-media entertainment. It is a wonderful cultural andeducational institution for all ages. With the support of optical precision instruments, special projectors and audio and video sets you will see the history of the cosmos. Recommended from 8 years upwards. Demonstrations daily from 1.00 p.m. onwards.
The new Innsbruck-Card will give you reduced admission prices to many of the sights in Innsbruck and beyond. You also get free travel on the public transport network run by the Innsbruck Transport Corporation, entrance to a wide range of notable museums and attractions, like the zoo, cable-cars, Swarovski Crystal Worlds, casino, etc. You can buy it at reception.
The Sightseer - the bus for all sight-seeing in Innsbruck. This air-conditioned sightseeing bus provides an audio guide to help you locate the museums and sights within the city. The bus driver sells tickets to those who do not hold an Innsbruck-Card. The get on and get off service runs every 30 mins and allows for visits to the sights between 9.00 a.m. and 5.30 p.m.
There are two different routes both departing in the Marie-Theresien-Street of the Old Town.