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Welcome to the Alpine city

Innsbruck is well protected. Like an imposing bodyguard, the Alps surround the Austrian mountain metropolis and keep its many historic gems in their sights. It’s not just the charming old town that’s worth taking a stroll through – a change of perspective will also pay dividends.

In just 20 minutes, you can swap the heart of the Tyrolean city for the lofty heights of the Nordkette mountain range. Standing a proud 2,334 metres tall, Innsbruck sits quite literally at its feet. Pause, take a deep breath and enjoy the 360-degree panoramic view across the beautiful Alpine city. Not a bad place to be, right?


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Innsbruck – where nature and culture rub shoulders

Let’s be honest: not many regional capitals have as skilful a way of handling natural and cultural gems as Innsbruck, demonstrating both its green fingers and respect for cultural heritage. Starting with history, there’s no escaping the Goldenes Dachl, or Golden Roof. The oriel draws people towards the centre of the old town even from a distance. We have Emperor Maximilian I to thank for this opulent structure. He commissioned the exquisite landmark with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles at the turn of the 16th century.

There’s another historical gem in Innsbruck that’s down to Emperor Maximilian I: the Hofburg, or Imperial Palace. Since the early 16th century, the stately property has enriched the city landscape with its late-Gothic features. It’s no wonder Empress Sissi also had an extravagant apartment here for her visits to Innsbruck.

Architecture fans will find plenty more photo opportunities in Anpruggen. The historic district on the left bank of the River Inn could have been taken straight out of a story book with its pastel-coloured façades and the artfully crafted backdrop of the Nordkette mountain range.

That’s enough about Innsbruck’s cultural scene, now let’s get out into nature. The Alpenzoo, the highest zoo in Europe, is just the place. Pay a visit and discover more than 150 species of Alpine animals up close – including brown bears, lynxes, otters and bearded vultures. Also flying high is the Bergisel ski jump. Standing proudly at 134 metres tall, the famous ski jump is Innsbruck’s eagle eye. But it’s not just bold winter athletes that dare to scale such breathtaking heights, you’ll also find gourmets and mountain lovers. Thanks to the two state-of-the-art lifts, you can reach both the viewing platform and the Bergisel Sky restaurant in under two minutes. Wiener Schnitzel tastes that little bit better when you’re sat looking at that view.

 


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Book the Motel One Innsbruck – your affordable hotel with a panoramic view of the Alps

One Alpine view, please. Coming right up! Our Motel One Innsbruck provides an unobstructed view of Tyrol’s greatest source of pride: the Nordkette. Make yourself comfortable in the large hotel bed, lean back, relax and marvel at the striking natural backdrop through our panoramic windows.
Had your fill of the view? Then prepare yourself for a relaxed tour through Innsbruck’s old town. Be it on foot, by bike or by bus, the centre of town is just a stone’s throw from your hotel. Stroll through the historic alleys of Innsbruck, past the city tower, via the Golden Roof and across to Anpruggen. And you should absolutely allow time to make a quick stop at the Triumphal Arch. The Roman-inspired archway right in front of the snow-covered Alps is certainly worth a photo.

We can highly recommend boosting your mood by getting out and about. Take a relaxed stroll down Maria-Theresien-Strasse and Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse and you’ll find yourself in a small shopper’s paradise. From rustic delis brimming with Tyrolean bacon, shale oil and honey, to long-established craft shops and elegant fashion boutiques – in the area between St. Anne’s Column, the Golden Roof and Ottoburg, there’s something that will appeal to all shopaholics.

This kind of shopping trip sure does make you hungry. So it’s a good thing that there are plenty of Austrian restaurants, bars and snack counters just around the corner. Are you in the mood for something hearty? Why not enjoy a large portion of Tyrolean Gröstl, Kaspressknödel or Kasspatzln with fried onions. Fancy something sweet? Just a moment please, your Tyrolean Kaiserschmarrn and Zwetschkenröster (stewed plums) will be right with you. Or how about some Buchteln? Virtually every Austrian restaurant near your comfortable design hotel serves this dish made out of butter, flour, sugar, schnapps and eggs – and it comes at an affordable price, too.


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Book Motel One, your affordable design hotel in Innsbruck

Jacket off, shoes off and straight into bed: is that how you want to round off your journey of discovery around Innsbruck? Then you’re in the right place at our Motel One. The affordable design hotel in the heart of this Alpine city knows every trick in the book when it comes to pampering its guests – with stylishly decorated rooms that boast a Japandi design, free WiFi and a varied breakfast, all at amazing value for money.

 

But hang on a minute, the night is still young, isn’t it? Indeed it is, even more reason to make a detour to the modern hotel bar. Curl up with a good glass of red wine in one of the large lounge armchairs right by the panoramic window and soak up the big city atmosphere. Or how about sampling a cool drink with snacks sat at the hotel bar? Then you can order another round at the same time – in your best Austrian German, of course. ‘Oans nimm i no’, or ‘One more, please’.

 

 


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