Even if you don't intend to buy anything, just walk around this street, it feels great. There a lot of branded shops and small ones too. I bet you wouldn't get tired.
Austrian history bring different highlights to your attentio. It´s a catholic country, has been an important empire in central europe until a century ago, is on a borderline area because so many important connections between east and west. Marie Theresia street shows you all this elements, combined with the contemporary successes of the modern Austria, able to be a lovely,... More
The street is loaded with shops, restaurants and outdoor cafes. With no auto traffic, you can walk wherever you please. The atmosphere is jovial and usually crowded - with visitors from many lands. A nice place to be on a sunny day.
I didn't spend much time on that street, because it was mostly businesses and except for a few ornate buildings, I didn't find it very interesting.
Loved the ability to shop at ease away from the folks gathered in the old city. Lots of little shops and a couple of nice malls to occupy an hour or two. You can sit at a cafe and watch people over a cup of coffee or glass of wine or walk up to the arch and around to the... More
One could spend hours wondering around this well preserved and restored old town with its wonderful shops, cafes and restaurants. It is hard to miss the main square with the Golden Roof. It is worth it to wonder around the narrow side streets which provide a nice reprieve from the summer sun.
Walking down from the monument Maria Theres constructed after the death of her husband in 1765 - this entire area is wonderful. I spent 4 hours happily shopping and wondering around. Do step into Hofmann house for some treasures if you are interested in old coins and antiquities - Eric Hofmann is quite the most interesting man.
Good: -Its rare in the world to come across such buildings in its original condition. -The whole environment makes for a great museum exhibit. Take your time to explore the surroundings! -Everything is within walking distance. Bad: -Signage is inadequate, & the maps given to me from my hotel are in German, so get a map in English. -Plan out... More
A wonderful and beautiful open air pedestrian shopping district in the heart of Innsbruck. This is the Old Town. Fun to see, easy to walk, and full of interesting shops, restaurants and attractions. Plenty of places to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. Public restrooms available.
A very small square leads to narrow alleys. Lots of souvenir stores and restaurants with outdoor seating, lovely places with lots of colored little chairs and sheepskins :-) The souvenir shops are tourist traps, but that didn't stop me from wandering in and looking around. For a place like Innsbruck there is a decent coffee shop with eat in facility... More
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