A great way for visitor to Innsbruck to learn about the city’s lavish imperial past is to visit its Old Town. Surrounded by the Nordkette Mountains, the historic center of Innsbruck is charming and cozy, and never fails to disappoint. On entering the medieval settlement, visitors will be transported back in time. It is home to narrow, twisting streets, pastel colored houses with handsome doorways, and a mix of futuristic and Baroque architecture. Also found here are a number of Innsbruck’s popular attractions, such as the Golden Roof, the Helblinghaus, the Stadtturm, the Old Rathaus and the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Tourists can also relax at one of the many cafés and restaurants found here, sip on a refreshing cup of coffee and enjoy the majestic views of the surrounding mountains.
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
As much of it as possible
The city of Innsbruck is known to have quite a number of mosques and Islamic Centres. Some of the most well known ones include Islamic Center Tyrol, Eltakwa Mosque and the Turkish Islamic Association in Tyrol. Muslim tourists can therefore ask locals to direct them to the nearest prayer facility when needed.
As mentioned above, Innsbruck’s Old Town has a fantastic selection of restaurants and cafés. While these will not be Halal certified, Muslims are sure to find some vegetarian and seafood dishes on the menu. There are also several Halal restaurants located throughout Innsbruck. Muslim visitors can get more information regarding the best Halal outlets while at the local mosque.