Goldernes Dachl - Covered with 2,600 copper shingles, this beautiful balcony was a gift to the people of Innsbruck from Maximillian I. Originally used by the royal family for watching court entertainment.
Innsbruck Landhaus - Constructed between 1725 and 1728, this baroque palace has a fantastic collection of statues as well as frescoes showing the landscapes and rivers of the region.
Swarovski Kristallwelten - Since 1995 millions of visitors have enjoyed the fantastical Kristallwelten (Crystal World) located deep inside a mountain hill. There is also the opportunity to take a tour and purchase Swarovski Crystal.
Hofkirche - Built in 1553 by Ferdinand I, this Gothic church has a renaissance gallery containing nearly two dozen small statues of the saintly protectors of the House of Hapsburg. The wooden organ, dating from 1560, is still in operation.
The Nordkettenbahn Cableway - This cableway ascends 1,905 metres / 6,250 feet above sea level and gives passengers a panoramic view over Innsbruck and the Inn Valley.