Innsbruck Itinerary 2 Days

Things to See in Innsbruck in 2 days

If you are looking for the best things to see in Innsbruck in 2 days, these are the attractions you must include in your Innsbruck itinerary for 2 days. Explore further to plan a perfect trip of 2 days in Innsbruck.

This Plan is Good for You if You Are:

  • Visiting Innsbruck for the first time and have 2 days in hand
  • Looking for places to visit in 2 days in Innsbruck
  • Staying in Innsbruck and wondering how to spend 2 days in Innsbruck with family and kids
  • Backpacker planning to spend 48 hours in Innsbruck
  • Want to create Innsbruck itinerary on your own
  • Planning weekend vacation of 2 days in Innsbruck

Recommended Itineraries for Spending 2 Days

Recent Itineraries for 2 Days in Innsbruck

Here are the recent itineraries by tourists who have visited Innsbruck. Stop wondering what to do for 2 days in Innsbruck as these trip plans will help you decide easily. Select any of the customised itineraries and modify it according to your preference to have a great weekend in Innsbruck.

2 Days in Innsbruck - Perfect Weekend Guide

Snuggled in the Alps, Innsbruck is an Austrian city known for its dramatic landscapes, historical churches, and breathtaking viewpoints. Though it is primarily known for being a skier’s paradise, Innsbruck is so much more than its snow-covered slopes. This medieval Old Town characterized by narrow, winding streets and tall houses constructed in Late Gothic style beckons visitors for a charming vacation. Go through our Innsbruck Itinerary 2 Days to know the best way to spend 48 hours in Innsbruck.

How to spend 2 days in Innsbruck?

Day 1 In Innsbruck

Alpine Zoo

The highest zoo in Europe, Alpine Zoo houses an impressive collection of mountain animals and creatures native to the Alps like wolves and bears. Providing visitors a glimpse into the biodiversity of this area, Alpine Zoo, which is situated in a scenic location, is home to various endangered animals.

The Golden Roof

Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl) is a glorious Late Gothic oriel window, which is made up of 2,657 gilded copper tiles, and was built in 1496 to commemorate Maximilian I's marriage to Bianca Maria Sforza. The balustrade which is decorated with coats of arms and the upper balcony which showcases ten figural reliefs makes The Golden Roof a popular tourist attraction.

Swarovski Kristallwelten

Walk into the world of sparkling crystals in the evening at the Swarovski Kristallwelten or the Swarovski Crystal World. Consisting of some interesting indoor displays about Swarovski and several outdoor areas including the most popular sculptured face and waterfall, and a hedge maze, the Swarovski Kristallwelten is dazzling, to say the least!

Maria-Theresien Strasse

Starting at the Triumphal Arch and ending at the Old Town, Maria-Theresien Strasse is a historically significant street which is home to a wide variety of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants. Perfect for a stroll in Innsbruck, this street gives you a fantastic opportunity to interact with the locals, shop and have a delicious dinner.

Day 2 In Innsbruck

Cathedral of St. James

Begin the second day in Innsbruck by paying a visit to the picturesque Cathedral of St. James. The church’s twin-towered west front and the high dome over the choir is a fine example of the Baroque style construction. The cathedral is famous for its ceiling paintings, a richly-carved 18th-century pulpit, and the magnificent monument dedicated to Archduke Maximilia.

Ambras Castle

The 16th-century Renaissance castle, Ambras Castle captivates you with its ornately-decorated halls, painted courtyards, expansive gardens and the Chamber of Art and Curiosities. Built by Ferdinand II, this property is divided into two sections and displays a fascinating assortment of bizarre objects which are sure to leave you baffled!

Tirol Panorama

Touted to be one of the largest artworks in the world, Tirol Panorama is a painting which covers 1,000 square meters and was built to commemorate the 1908 battle between Napoleonic troops and Tirolean rebels. It is a 360-degree painting situated where the actual battle took place and it covers a circular dome.

Hofgarten (Garden)

End your day away from the shutterbugs and the touristy crowds amidst greenery at the Hofgarten. Containing ponds, a play-park, a restaurant, and an ample amount of greenery, Hofgarten charms you with well-manicured lawns and pretty garden landscapes.

Tours and Activities in Innsbruck for 2 Days

Booking tours and tickets for popular attractions saves a lot of your time spent in a queue. Below are some of the tours and tickets recommended for 2 days in Innsbruck

Best Hotels in Innsbruck for 2 Day Trip

These are some of the hotels added in the past by our travelers to their Innsbruck itinerary 2 days. Check out the hotels that suit you and add them to your trip plan.

With Less Days in Hand

With limited time in hand, explore our travel ideas for 1 day in Innsbruck. During a short day trip you may visit the important attractions in Innsbruck.

With More Days in Hand

With more than 2 days in hand, you can comfortably spend more time at famous attractions in Innsbruck. Plan lunch or dinner at the best restaurants, enjoy night-outs, indulge in adventure activites. Explore 3 days and 4 days trip ideas for Innsbruck.

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