Innsbruck, Austria

Innsbruck, which own once coveted and Empire and the Republic, by the end of the XV century. It became the residence of Emperor Maximilian I. The city can be fast, cheap and easy to overtake trams. Discover the history of Tyrol's capital, visiting the Castle Ambras X c., Residence of Archduke Ferdinand II, the Museum of Tyrolean Folk Art, the magnificent Imperial Palace of the XV century. and the famous "Golden Roof" Maximilian I. Innsbruck, one of the most idyllic cities in Europe, located in the heart of the Alps.