The city tower was originally a watchtower, and there were cells on it. It was rebuilt in 1560, replacing the spire with a small dome, removing prisons and lookouts, and now becoming a famous tourist attraction. At the top of the tower there is a corridor from which you can enjoy the panoramic view of Innsbruck and the surrounding peaks. You can also see Bergisel's ski platform in Mount Bergisel, the jumping platform of the Winter Olympics that year.
The small tower is a famous landmark in Innsbruck. Originally a military fortress, the tall tower is a watchtower to observe the military situation around. Now, it has become a monument to experience the cultural characteristics of Bavarian city-states during the warlord separatist period.
Night is a big stall place, you can take photos, at night you can go to see, understand the local food culture.
Stadtturm upstairs. This is the highest point in the old city. It's a tall tower. It's easy to find a golden roof. Good vision. Don't forget to change tickets at the window next to the gate, even if there's Innsbruckka. The steps on the top of the tower are so narrow that they can hardly accommodate two people to go up and down by mistake. The view from the top of the tower overlooking the city is still good.
City Tower, located in the old city of Innsbruck, Austria, is a landmark attraction of Innsbruck. It has a long history of medieval style towers. Tourists can go to the tourist corridor at the top of the tower, where they can overlook the surrounding peaks and city scenery.
The tower with a long history, one of the signs of the old city of Innsbruck, can provide a panoramic view of the city.