Towering peaks surround this historic, all-action alpine city.


There are few more imposing cities in the world than Innsbruck, Austria. The (unofficial) capital of the Alps, Innsbruck offers a wonderfully atmospheric Old Town, with a backdrop of cloud-piercing granite. There are stylish shops, incredible venues and endless activities in this centre of outdoor adventure.

Transport links are unrivalled, with an international airport just 2 miles from the city centre. The infrastructure is remarkable both in the city and the mountains and there are countless, mesmerising venues, both historic and contemporary, throughout the Innsbruck region.


Facts & figures

  • Population | 130 000
  • June ave. temp. 17°C
  • September ave. temp. 16°C

Airport transfers

  • Innsbruck | 2 miles
  • Zürich | 115 miles
  • Munich | 140 miles
  • Salzburg | 174 miles


  • Museums
  • Theatre
  • Historic sites
  • Olympic legacies
  • Fine dining


  • Glacier skiing
  • Rafting
  • Paragliding
  • Scenic flights
  • Ballooning
  • Mountain biking
  • River surfing


Innsbruck Old Town offers the complete visitor experience with laid back restaurant terraces and speciality shops, set amongst the finest historic buildings in Innsbruck. From here there are parks, shopping & entertainment streets, as well as the ultra-modern underground funicular which links the Old Town with the towering Seegrube mountain station. There are endless, seriously impressive dining, meeting and entertainment venues throughout the city. Drinking takes place beneath vaulted ceilings or on modern rooftop terraces, complete with the staggering, trademark Innsbruck views. Dining can be international or traditional Tirolean fayre and there are numerous seriously impressive venues, including the iconic Seegrube restaurant.

The biggest city in the region, Innsbruck is dominated by the mountains with the towering northern mountains on the edge of the city. The lumbering river Inn dissects the city and offers a great focal point in the city with riverside walkways on both banks. Innsbruck is surrounded by villages which offer the chance to sample traditional life, as well as access the sports and entertainment on offer. Linked by an international airport, just a couple of miles from the centre, the city also has fantastic train access to famous resorts such as Kitzbühel or St Anton, as well as the big cities of Munich, Zurich and Verona.



Mountains surround Innsbruck, offering wonderful summer escapes.

glacier skiing

Ski from September to July on the glacial slopes to the south of Innsbruck.


Raft the wild waters on the countless rivers around Innsbruck.


Traditional Tirolean dining is possible throughout the city with some timeless restaurants offering the regional signature dishes of meat, kraut, dumplings and soup. Naturally, there is also international and contemporary cuisine available throughout the city, with endless options from Japanese to Nepalese. Restaurants include the contemporary 360-restaurant as well as a restaurant located at the top of the remarkable Olympic ski jump, offering sensation views over the city and the region.

As well as the city centre dining locations, there are some wonderful restaurants located on the nearby mountains, one of the most famous being the Seegrube which sits on the mountains on the northern edge of the city. Fascinating venues include a converted salt warehouse to the east of the city, complete with an industrial atmosphere, or intimate mountain huts that date back centuries.


Austria is a place that likes to celebrate, and Innsbruck offers a fantastic range of places to enjoy one of the fine domestic beers or wines. There are beer halls, microbreweries and beer gardens which all offer wonderful, authentic experiences. It is far from an undiscovered secret, but the Old Town of Innsbruck hosts the greatest concentration of bars and restaurants in the city and the atmosphere can be fantastic under the domed ceilings or the street-side terraces. Amongst the back streets of the city are some wonderfully traditional bars, unchanged over the years.

Despite the impression of Innsbruck as a historic city, much of the city manages to blend modernity with the Innsbruck history. There are some awesome, contemporary bars with stunning interiors and very cool vibes. Some open onto the city streets, others offer elevated platforms from which to view the stunning skyline of Innsbruck. The suburb of Hungerberg has a fantastic contemporary bar at the base-station, whilst at the top of the cable car is one of Innsbruck’s most iconic terraces, the Seegrube, with sensational views over Innsbruck and onto the glaciers at the Italian border.


The political and economic capital of the region, Innsbruck has superb meeting facilities. There is the Innsbruck Congress centre on the edge of the Old Town that provides professional meeting spaces. A few kilometres to the east of Innsbruck is Hall in Tirol which also offers a Congress centre. There are numerous traditional and contemporary hotels in Innsbruck which offer meeting space as well. For groups looking to elevate thoughts in the mountains, there are numerous sensational venue spaces in the mountains around Innsbruck. Airport transfer times are hard to match anywhere, with journeys of 10 minutes from the arrival hall to the city centre, the norm.

As well as the meeting venues, activities are another major draw for event planners. Throughout the Innsbruck valley and up in the mountains, there are superb activities to thrill meeting attendees. White water rafting, paragliding, downhill mountain biking, glacier treks, wakeboarding, river surfing, sailing and balloon flights are just a handful of the incredible activities that Innsbruck offers. No meeting programme is complete without fine dining and Innsbruck offers a great range of dining options.


There are many candidates for the ultimate way to see Innsbruck, but it is probably the Seegrube restaurant that offers the most remarkable combination of views, history and connectivity from the city.


Leave the Old Town by underground funicular, switch to a cable car and in minutes you have the most incredible setting imaginable.


Innsbruck is spectacular for summer meetings & incentive events - winter though is on another level. The Old Town and its Christmas markets, the snow-laden mountains on all sides, the warm bars & restaurants off the cold streets – Innsbruck is one of the world’s great alpine cities with incredible activities and entertainment.

Corporate ski event programmes can be based in the city itself or one of the many villages which surround Innsbruck. There are several great ski areas on the edge of the city, there is glacier skiing just to the south of the city and the northern slopes are accessed from a funicular in the Old Town.


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