• Guided City Tour of Innsbruck

    Visit the Capital of Tirol and visit the Fantastic Swarovski Crystal Worlds
  • Innsbruck , capital of the alps, offers a unique mosaic of cultural history: the city has been shaped by the past but still continues to evolve with the times. Today, the magnificent and imperial historic buildings in the city centre meet attractive and groundbreaking modern landmarks. Several of Innsbruck’s buildings are world famous, for example the Bergisel Ski Jump by Zaha Hadid and the Golden Roof.

    Swarovski Crystal Worlds was opened in 1995 to mark the centennial anniversary of the company’s founding. Multimedia artist André Heller designed a unique and magical place. This beloved attraction has brought moments of wonder to over thirteen million visitors from all around the world. Visitors are surprised, touched, and perhaps even transformed by crystal in all its facets.

    In May 2015, Swarovski Crystal Worlds ushered in a new era of wonder. The Chambers of Wonder exude a new brilliance; five of them have been completely redesigned and expanded outwards to include an open space of crystalline nature: the garden. In this magical place, you will encounter modern art as well as ancient history. Visit the Giant and his garden and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty, inspiration and energy, the care, and esthetics.

    Itinerary:

    • Departure from Bolzano at 9:00 am. Arriving time in Innsbruck approximately 10:40.
    • Our tour starts at the famous Herzog Friedrich Street in the centre of Innsbruck. We walk along this picturesque street surrounded by colourful façades, bay windows and charming arcades.
    • We visit the Golden Roof,  the crowning glory of the old town, a symbol of the medieval city of  Emperor Maximilian I. We walk down to the medieval City Tower. With almost 450 years, it rises up majestically from amongst the buildings in the old town providing a romantic and splendid view of Innsbruck.
    • We continue through the arch by the Imperial Palace, considered one of the three most significant cultural buildings in the country and once used by the Habsburgs. We cross the street and we walk until the Court Church, a Gothic church built in 1553 by Emperor Ferdinand I (1503–1564) as a memorial to his grandfather Emperor Maximilian I, and that contains the tomb of Andreas Hofer, Tyrol's national hero.
    • Our tour continues through the famous Maria Theresien Street, where we can admire the magnificent Baroque architecture and savour the city panorama surrounded by Nordkette mountain range. You can take a coffee and eat a pice of cake in one of the many pavement cafés that this street hosts or you can stroll or shop around the magnificent buildings combined with wonderful shops ( the indoor Kaufhaus Tyrol and Rathauspassage shopping centres).
    • We drive to Swarovski Crystal Worlds.
    •  During the return trip to Bolzano, we stop at Vipiteno / Sterzing for a short visit of the old city center.
  • Availability: Every day.
    Time/place of departure: 8:30 am in front of Cafè Mozart, Via Perathoner,1 – 39100 Bolzano. Alternatively and on request at the hotel of the Clients up to a distance of 50 km from Bolzano.
    Excursion duration: about 7 hours.
    Time/place of the return: 4:00 pm approximately.
    Number of participants: 2-6 travellers
    Price: € 165,00 per person (children under 14 years 50% discount)
    Reservation deadline: bookable up to 24 hours before departure

  • Price includes:

    • Entrance tickets to Swarovski Crystal World.
    • Tour Leader/Driver with license and English/German/Italian speaking;
    • All costs for service car, toll roads and parking;
    • 22% of taxes (VAT: Value Added Tax);
    • Bottle of water
  • Price does NOT include:

    • Lunch break;
    • Any other expenses not specified in "The price of the tour includes".

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FAQ’s
Which are the closest airports in the area?

The closest airport are Innsbruck (125Km) and Verona (143km).

Do i need travel insurance?

We recommended getting a travel insure policy which cover you for all medical expenses(including repatriention) and any expensive items you bring away with you such as laptops, smartphone, photo cameras, tablets, etc. Travel insurance should be taken out at the time of booking in case you have to cancel out travel because of unforeseen events.

What's the opening period of mountain huts?

During summer season, they open approximately their doors on the 10th of June and close them on the 25th of September. These dates depend on weather conditions.

Is it necessary to bring your own sleeping bag in mountain huts?

No. Usually the beds in the mountain huts have got a blanket and a quilt. Anyways it is better to ask for more information to the mountain hut.

Are there showers in mountain huts?


Usually the room has a shared shower, just a few rooms have a private shower. Using the shower has normally a cost because the water in the mountain huts is precious and it runs frequently out.

Do I need to book in forehand a room in a mountain hut?

No, but is highly recommended. Otherwise it is better to arrive early in the afternoon in order to have a better chance of getting the room.