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Spread over an area of 5 hectares and housing almost 2000 animals belonging to around 150 species, the zoo was inaugurated in the year 1962. There are almost 20 species of mammals, 60 species of birds, 11 species of reptiles and 6 species of amphibians. Other than this, there are a number of fish species as well. Some of its major species include scops owl, raven, ural owl, nutcracker, dipper, eagle owl, goldcrest, northern bald ibis, black grouse, black stork, bearded vulture, golden eagle, goosander, hazel grouse, pygmy owl, passerines, rock partridge, wall creeper, snow hare, wild bear, lynx, alpine marmot, chamois, brown bear, weaver, pine marten, alces, wild boar, marsh frog, grass snake, common newt, black salamander and many more.
The Golden Roof also called as Goldenes Dachl is one of the most important landmark structures of the city. It is considered to be one of the symbols of the city portraying the culture and traditions of the city. The structure defines fine architecture in a spectacular way with mural paintings and sculpted reliefs. There are 8 sculpted coats of arms and 2 flanking panels with images which are associated with various parts of Maximilian's life. The structure was constructed to define a new stage to all the events and festivals which are conducted in the state. The movie 'Tiger Zinda Hai' was shot in the premises of the building with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif as its lead.
The building in black and white, the Ambras Castle and is located in the hills above Innsbruck and is a Renaissance Castle. It was built in the year 1563. Some of its chambers include the Spanish Hall, Chamber of Art and Curiosities, Armouries, Upper Castle and the Ambras Castle Silver Coin, Coral Crucifix, Painting by Carl Conjola, photograph by Anton Gratl and a postcard of the 20th century.
Amazing views that capture your vision and take you to another world are housed in the Hofgarten which translates to Court Garden. It is a garden in the center of Munich. The garden was constructed in the year 1613-1617. It is an Italian style Renaissance Garden. There are eight arches and pathways which lead to the main centre of the garden. A huge mountain is also located which looks stunning and provides a great view and also makes the surrounding cool. The Hofgarten temple is also a marvellous piece of architecture situated in the garden with a dome shaped roof and lined plants. A lot of sculptures are also in store of the garden. The style of the garden is bot formal and informal. The trees have been cut crisp and the garden makes a great spot for relaxation, sitting, enjoying and recreation.
The Nordkettenbahnen also known as the Nordkette Cable Car is type of gondola lift fron the city of Innsbruck to the Nordkette which is the southernmost chain of maountains of the Karwendel. There are two sections to it which start from the Innsbruck quarter of Hungerburg and Seegrube Station to the top station and above the sea level about 2269 metres, is the Hafelekar. The cable is considered as the heart of the Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen ski area. The views from the cable car are amazing and it all adds to the adventure of the trip. You will love the sights you encounter while you are on the trip and it will surely be a memorable day for you and your family or friends at the top there.
The Bergisel Ski Jump stadium has a capacity of almost 26,000 people and it is a ski jumping stadium with a hill and is located in Bergisel in the city. The sites is one of the most important venues of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup which is hoisted at the time of the Four Hills Tournament. One of the hill venues is the Bergisel Ski Jump hill. The location was also included the winter Olympics of 1964 for the event of individual large hill. After 12 years, the same event was conducted again at the same place.
Regarded as the capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful and prominent cities of Austria. The city houses a number of buildings, monuments, parks, gardens, churches and museum with massively amazing architecture and design. The city is located in the Inn Valley within the Wipp Valley. The city has been infamous for its winter sports centre. The landscape views and the panoramic sights make the city's centre look beautiful. The culture of the city is quite different with their special cuisines and their sense of dress. Some of the churches here are considered to be the holiest in the world and people from all around the world come to visit the city for all of its attractions and especially churches.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Booking tickets is easier online as it saves time and you can be sure of getting a booking beforehand. You can book tickets for this city through this website and also make payments thereafter, safely and securely.
How To Get Around?
Getting around on foot is usually the most popular options. However, you can take the bus and tram which have routes to the main attractions. You can also rent a bike to schedule your trip accordingly. Lastly, there is also a suburban train called S-Bahn with five routes that connect Innsbruck to towns and villages around the city.
What Should I Wear?
There is no specific dress code for the city. You may carry a mix of clothes both in formal and casual. Bring a pair of comfortable walking shoes like sneakers or boots. Carry a few long-sleeved tops and t-shirts along with a scarf and cardigans or jackets. Pack your coolest cap/hat along with your favourite pair of denim and pants. Carry layers and sleepwear for night too.
Best Time to Visit
Innsbruck is lovely to be visited both during the summer and winter. The summer months, which are drom June to August, are perfect for strolling the streets and sightseeing the city. Meanwhile the winter months, which is from November to February are suitable for those who love thrilling winter sports. The view is also just as good as the summer.
Will I Need a Guide?
A guide will not be needed as this website has substantial information about all the things you might need to know throughout your trip. Thus, a guide is unnecessary.
How To Get There?
Trains are available from Salzburg and Munich which will take you to the main station of the city Innsbruck. The Innsbruck city is nearby the station and can be reached within hours. However, a different route might take a little more time. A direct flight from Paris is also available.
Keep all your cash and travel documents safely. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel room when you leave. Cameras and mobile phones might not be allowed in some locations. Make sure you follow the instructions. In case of any problem, report to the local authorities.