CULTURE, ARCHITECTURE, HISTORY
In the 15th century the Golden Roof in Innsbruck was the residence of the Tyrolean sovereigns Friedrich IV and Sigmund des Münzreichen. The magnificent oratory stands out brilliantly with 2657 fire-gilt copper shingles and is considered the landmark of the city of Innsbruck.
The small castle of Innsbruck thrones and looks over the city. It is one of the most famous sights of the state capital and is worth a visit.
Bell foundry Grassmayr Innsbruck:
Bartime Grassmayr poured his first bell in 1599. Four centuries have passed since then, and yet the secret of his bell constructions is still a well-kept secret today. The casting technology of the Grassmayr family has been tacitly passed down from generation to generation for 14 generations.
The octagonal pair of towers of Stams Abbey looks friendly from afar and invites you in. In the last century, the monastery was the spiritual and cultural hub from which important cultural impulses still emanate today. It is 30 minutes away from Innsbruck.