While Innsbruck is arguably the best connected Austrian city, having several Autobahns serving it, Innsbruck is also the only Austrian city having to access other Austrian cities either by crossing into Germany or on minor roads, possibly due to the hilly terrain around the place.
In Innsbruck are many landmarks to discover. For example, there is the Innsbruck Cathedral, the Inn river, the Jesuit Church and the Servite Church, as well as the Bergiselschanze, the Stift Wilten and the Tower in the Kajetan-Sweth-Street.
Companies and Facilities Edit
A bus station, a garage, a hotel, a recruitment agency and a service shop are present in Innsbruck. The service shop, in particular, is situated on a small hill, causing its approach being longer than elsewhere.
To the east, the A12 connects the German Bundesautobahn 93 (A93), while to the west the Schnellstraße S16 and Autobahn A14 take over and head for Switzerland. Another minor road goes east from the A12 towards Salzburg, with a branch heading for Klagenfurt.
A minor road goes north from Innsbruck into Germany, eventually ending in a rural section of the Bundesautobahn 4.
See Also Edit
|Cities||Graz - Innsbruck - Klagenfurt am Wörthersee - Linz - Salzburg - Wien|
|Autobahnen||A1 - A2 - A4 - A6 - A8 - A9 - A10 - A12 - A13 - A14 - A21 - S16|