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5 Best Views of Innsbruck

Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful cities and my absolute favourite city. Due to its location in the centre of the Alps, Tirol is also known as The Heart of the Alps. I share with you 5 locations you should visit to experience the most breathtaking views of Innsbruck

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1. Bergisel Ski Jumping Hill

One of my personal favourites - make your way to the top of the Bergisel ski jumping hill for one of the best views of Innsbruck and Nordkette.

Address: Bergisel Schanze, Bergiselweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Entry fee: € 9,50

Try Bergisel Cake at the top of the ski jumping hill.

2. 360° Cafe (Free)

Address: 360° Cafe, Rathaus Galerien, Maria-Theresien-Straße 18, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Entry fee: Free outdoors walkaround

☁️The Cafe/bar with glass walls and outdoors walk around is situated on top of Rathaus Galerien in the city centre. ☁️HOW TO GET THERE: Enter the Rathaus Galerien and find the lift opposite of Müller store inside the shopping arcade. ☁️ There is an orange sign next to the elevator. ☁️BEST TIME TO VISIT: On a cloudless day, least busy time is usually weekdays before 4 PM.

3. City Tower

Climb 133 steps for the stunning views of mountains, Bergisel hill, the River Inn, colourful houses, Golden Roof and the medieval streets of Innsbruck.

Located right in the heart of the city centre, City Tower offers one of the best views of the city and surrounding Alps.

Address: Stadtturm Innsbruck, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 21, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria

Entry fee: € 4,50

4. Nordkette

This is the priciest one but also the one with the most amazing view. The beautiful cable car Hungerburgbahn designed by world-famous Zaha Hadid will take you 2256 m above sea level. This ticket is also included in Innsbruck Card which also includes all the other paid viewing spots in its price.