Innsbruck, Tirol, and Vorarlberg Sights

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Burg Hasegg and Hall Mint

  • Government Building

Built to protect the salt mines and trade on the River Inn, Burg Hasegg was enlarged into a showpiece castle by Duke Siegmund and Emperor...

Burg Landeck

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The 13th-century castle dominates from its position above the town. Climb up and catch the superb views from this vantage point. ...

Church of St. Catherine

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built around 1350, this church houses a Gothic winged altar dating from 1515. ...

Church of the Assumption

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Take special note of the 16th-century winged altar in this 15th-century Gothic church. ...

City Wall

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Remains of the ancient city wall are to the right of the tower on Martinsgasse. The coats of arms of several noble Bregenz families can...


  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Archduchess Magdelena, sister of Ferdinand II, founded the Damenstift Abbey, home of the silent order of Carmelite nuns, in 1567–69.

Domkirche zu St. Jakob

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Innsbruck's cathedral was built between 1717 and 1724 on the site of a 12th-century Romanesque church. Regarded as possibly the most...


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The Tirolean state museum houses Austria's largest collection of Gothic art, 19th- and 20th-century paintings, including works by Rembrandt...

Gasthof Kornmesser

  • House/Mansion/Villa

To the right of the Nepomuk-Kapelle along Kornmarktstrasse is the Gasthof Kornmesser, built in 1720 and a gorgeous example of a baroque...

Gauder Fest

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The more than 500-year-old Gauder Fest is held on the first weekend in May. Thousands of visitors, many of them in traditional costume...


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