- Discover the Old Town sights and learn about the history of Innsbruck
- Learn about the Tiroler heritage from your local charismatic guide
- Take a stroll through the streets and become part of the city
- First time? Perfect chance to get to the know the area like a pro
You'll be with a local charismatic guide who will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about the city.Step back in time as you hear about the Romans in the 8th century, and Austrian history. Plus, get an insight into Innsbruck's sights such as churches, museums, art, nature, and unique attractions that you must visit once in a lifetime. The Old...
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- Guided Tour Local touch Private Tour Subject expert guide e-Voucher Instant confirmation Free cancellation COVID-19 information: There is a limit number of visitors, Government regulations compliant, Social distancing, Regular desinfection, Hands Sanitizers, Equipment sanitized, Online tickets Where: Innsbruck Cathedral Dom zu St. Jakob, Dompl. 6, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria Meeting point: In front of Innsbruck Cathedral (Dom zu St. Jakob, Dompl. 6, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria) What to remember: Wear comfortable shoes and clothes that suit all weather conditionsUnfortunately, this activity is not wheelchair accessibleEntry to The Innsbruck Cathedral (Dom zu St. Jakob) with a fee of 4.80 euros per person (free entry to people who have Innsbruck card), Goldener Adler with a fee of 3 euros per person, Stadtturm and Helbling House both with a 7 euro entrance fee each are not included in the ticket
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