Enticing Innsbruck…

… with its mountains and culture

The centre of Innsbruck with the "Goldenes Dachl"
The "Goldenes Dachl" in the centre of Innsbruck

There is hardly anywhere else where the interaction between nature and city, between mountains, culture and history is closer than in the alpine city of Innsbruck. Encircled between the Karwendel mountain range and the Central Alps, Innsbruck has always had more to offer than breathtaking scenery and the Olympic Games.

A stroll through Innsbruck's old town

The image of the old town is shaped by Gothic and Baroque façades, which largely originate from its heyday at the time of Emperor Maximilian I. Stroll along the popular Maria-Theresien-Straße shopping street and from sight to sight: the "Goldenes Dachl", the Hofburg Palace, the Hofkirche, to mention just a few of the attractions. Anyone who would like to go into a bit more depth can learn about Innsbruck and Tyrol's history and culture in the museums.

Head up to 2,300 metres up the Northern Range

Other great destinations can be reached from the old town using the cable cars on the Hungerburg district and the Northern Range. Visit the Alpenzoo Innsbruck and glide up to the Northern Range in no time at all where the peace and quiet of nature and an incomparable panorama await you.

Get active up the mountain

Innsbruck in the winter
Innsbruck in the winter

Up the Northern Range you can also find one of the 9 ski areas in the greater area of Innsbruck in the winter. Your city break at Hotel Sailer can be easily combined with a ski trip: the ski bus collects you from Hotel Sailer and brings you back again in the evening.

The summer also offers plenty of possible activities, be it on one of the golf courses with stunning alpine panorama, while cycling, mountain biking, motorcycling or hiking and climbing.

Day trip destinations well worth seeing

Sensational day trip destinations beckon all around Innsbruck. Castle Ambras on the outskirts of Innsbruck impresses with magnificent collections and its historical castle gardens. In just as short a time you can reach the Bergisel hill with its architectural landmark, the ski jump. A must in Tyrol is also the Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens, which you can reach by car or shuttle.

Tip: If you fancy an intensive sightseeing programme you can save cash with the Innsbruck Card.

Your starting point couldn't be much better from Hotel Sailer: it's just 10 minutes to the old town and 2 minutes to the main train station.

Hotel Sailer: centrally located for your holiday in Innsbruck

After exploring the sauna complex at Hotel Sailer beckons before you are indulged with the excellent cuisine. However, Casino Innsbruck is also an attractive option for evening entertainment and it's just a three minute walk away from your comfortable city hotel.

You see, Innsbruck is brimming with opportunities: let your holiday start soon and send your non-binding enquiry to the team at Hotel Sailer!