4 Stations on yhis Funicular, all designed by Zaha Hadid. One way trip is approx. 5min, so definitely worth going for a ride just to experience the architecture of each station.
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I was looking forward to using this system as it is one of the most modern of it's type in the world, however on arrival at Congress station, we were told by a rather officious female that it had broken down and was out of...More
It was really nice riding on this very modern funicular, you really get to see the nice city landscape out of it. The bad thing is that it was broken on our way down and were forced to get a taxi (the only alternative was...More
We enjoyed several hours wandering around the peak, making use of the network of paths. Then we took the cable car down to the next station and explored some more. What a great day to spend a glorious summer's day.
Great way to see all of Innsbruck from 300 meters above the city and a cool way to get there. This is just the funicular - not the gondola to the top.
Lovely up the mountain with fabulous views. The Christmas Market here is tiny though. The markets in Innsbruck are great though.
This is only a short trip but it is worth every cent. The stations were designed by architect Zaha Hadid and they are dramatic and inspiring. Teamed with the mechanical wonder of the funicular and the incredible views for the top, this is a spectacular...More
Everything about Innsbruck is incredibly beautiful but to really appreciate the grandeur of the natural scenery it's essential to visit the Hafelekarspitze, which is the highest point accessible by the two tram lines that begin the ascent in Hungerburg. As one might expect the 360...More
Gorgeous views, fresh air, well worth the trip! Had lunch at the little restaurant at the top, soup and hot wine were excellent. Several small trails to take for great panoramic views. We had a small child (10 months old) with us and she did...More