Want to combine your outdoor holiday in the Stubai Valley with a little sightseeing? Then the four-star Stubaierhof in Neustift is the perfect solution!
Our hotel is just a 25-minute drive from Innsbruck, the regional capital of Tyrol, which is home to many shops, museums and architectural highlights. There is also a tram which operates between Innsbruck and the Stubai Valley.
Innsbruck is well worth a visit for all those in search of shopping, fine dining or simply a little bit of urban flair.
Sustainable & comfortable travelling
Every 30 min a gams sustainable bus departs for Innsbruck at the bus stop 100m next to the Stubaierhof. Or even better: The Stubaitalbahn takes you from Fulpmes gams comfortably through meadows, forests and idyllic villages to the old town of Innsbruck!
- By bus in approx. 45 min: Neustift i. St. Rain bus stop to Innsbruck main station bus stop.
- With the Stubaitalbahn in approx. 65 min: Fulpmes station to Innsbruck main station
Innsbruck offers a variety of impressive sights. We have listed our favourites below:
- The Golden Roof: This building in the centre of Innsbruck's old town is covered with more than 2,600 fire-gilded copper shingles and once served as a grandstand for royal ceremonies and events.
- Ambras Castle: A magnificent castle complex built in the 16th century by Archduke Ferdinand II and home to an important art collection.
- The Bergisel Ski Jump: A landmark of Innsbruck and one of the most modern ski jumping facilities in the world. From the top it offers a spectacular view of the city.
- Hofkirche: An imposing church that houses the tombs of Emperor Maximilian I and other members of the Habsburg dynasty.
- Alpenzoo: The highest zoo in Europe with a variety of alpine animal species.
- Tiroler Landesmuseum: A museum that presents the history of Tyrol from the Stone Age to the present day.
- The Tyrolean Folk Art Museum: A museum that presents the traditions, art and craftsmanship of Tyrol.
- The Cathedral Church of St. Jacob: An impressive baroque church with a beautiful interior.
- The Hofgarten: A beautiful park that invites you to take a leisurely stroll or a break.
- The Bergisel Museum: A museum that shows the history of the Bergisel ski jump and ski jumping in Innsbruck.
This is what a day in the Alpine city of Innsbruck could look like:
After breakfast at the Stubaierhof and an approx. 25-minute drive to Innsbruck, start the day with a visit to the Golden Roof in the old town. You can also walk through the narrow streets and squares of the old town and enjoy the historic ambience. Then visit the Hofkirche, which houses the tombs of Emperor Maximilian I and other members of the Habsburg dynasty. In between, treat yourself to a break in one of the cosy cafés in the old town.
In the afternoon, visit the Bergisel Ski Jump and enjoy the breathtaking view of the city and the surrounding Alps.
A visit to the Tirol Panorama Museum, which is located near the ski jump, is also worthwhile. There you can learn more about the history and culture of Tyrol. If you still have time, combine your visit to the beautiful Innsbruck Hofgarten with a walk and a little shopping tour in the old town.
After a day full of experiences and great impressions, you will return to the Stubaierhof in time for the naturally local dinner thanks to the short driving time.
- Location: The city is located in the middle of the Alps and offers breathtaking views of the mountain world. This makes Innsbruck an ideal place for outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and mountaineering.
- Culture: Innsbruck has a rich cultural history dating back to the Middle Ages. The city is known for its baroque architecture, museums, music festivals and traditional Tyrolean cuisine.
- History: Innsbruck was once the capital of the Habsburg dynasty and has a rich history visible in the Hofburg Palace, Ambras Castle and the Court Church.
- Skiing: Innsbruck is one of the best ski cities in the world and has some of the best ski resorts in the Alps nearby, including Olympiaworld Innsbruck and the Nordkette ski area.
Innsbruck is the capital of the federal state of Tyrol in Austria and lies in the heart of the Alps. Other facts worth knowing at a glance:
- Population: Innsbruck has a population of about 132,000 and is the fifth largest city in Austria.
- History: Innsbruck has a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. The city was once the capital of the Habsburg dynasty and has many historic buildings, including Ambras Castle and the Court Church.
- Culture: Innsbruck has a vibrant cultural scene, ranging from museums and theatre performances to music festivals and traditional Tyrolean cuisine.
- Transport: Innsbruck has an international airport and is also well connected to the European rail and road network.
- Climate: Innsbruck has a continental climate with warm summers and cold winters, perfect for skiing and snowboarding.
Shopping tips from an expert!
Planning a shopping trip to the regional capital Innsbruck?
Speak to hotel owner Martina before you leave. She will be happy to share with you her personal tips on cool cafés and sensational shops.