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Innsbruck hits its peak tourist season in the winter with a big influx of skiers, but there is more to this city than the piste. There's plenty to do in the summer as well, including hiking in the glorious Alpine meadows. And the city has a wealth of great architecture. Whatever you do, worrying about where to rest your head in Innsbruck isn't going to be an issue as Venere takes care of all this for you with our array of quality Inssbruck hotels catering to any budget. From rustic ski lodges with all the modern amenities to lovely townhouses, Venere breaks everything down by showing you sample photos of rooms, maps and the feedback of past guests.

What's Innsbruck Like?

As befitting its status as the capital of the Tyrolean region of Austria, Innsbruck has more than its share of grand imperial monuments, notably the Hofburg Court Palace, home of the province's rulers and featuring an impressive dining hall. Walking around the Old Town is a trip back in time as it has retained its medieval charm of winding cobble-stoned alleys, soaring Gothic houses, and boutique Innsbruck hotels. Don't miss the Hofkirche, once the official Court Church and housing the magnificent tomb of Emperor Maximilian I. The famous Golden Roof decorates a window in an old palace from which the Emperor watched court festivities and was built to celebrate his marriage to Bianca Maria Sforza. Of course, when it comes to landmarks you can't miss the dramatic mountain ranges that surround the city, including the Nordkette (North Chain) and the Patscherkofel, which is beloved by skiers.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Innsbruck

Innsbruckers are friendly and welcoming to outsiders, and are certainly well used to tourists in their city. That doesn't mean you shouldn't try to blend in with the locals by learning some of their ways. When greeting Austrians, use a good, strong handshake and make eye contact with the other party. Address them with "sie" for "you" rather than the less formal "du". Make sure you dress appropriately in religious places - although you're likely to be very well covered in the winter. Try riding the tram to get a feel for the city and refer to it by the local terms of the Strassenbahn or the Trambahn. Have a schnitzel and beer in one of Innsbruck's many restaurants. With travel experts Venere, one thing you don't have to worry about is accommodation so check out our range of Innsbruck hotels today.