Well worth a visit. Watch outdoor chess being played. Watch the ducks and swans and other wild like. Enjoy the well looked after gardens. Plenty of seats where you can just watch the many people and groups go by.
Although we have visited Innsbruck a few times, this was our first visit to the Hofgarten. Anyone with the rmotest interest in gardening should visit. Some of the trees are truly very old and quite magnificent. What a tale they could tell if only they could speak!
We visited this garden on our way to the Hungerburg funicular lift. It was very clean and neat but there were lots of signs telling you lots of things you could not do. Not a place to take the children to play. However it was worth a look at how nice a park can be.
This is a very nice calm and peaceful garden. A perfect place to sit and relax after a tiring city tour. There are horse wagon also available from here which can give you a brief city tour and much information about the history. Need not be a must see place if you on a tight schedule but if you come...
We visited Innsbruck on a very hot day last week We wandered into the gardens and spent a pleasant break watching grandparents teaching youngsters to play chess on the giant boards in the shade of the lovely trees. It's a green oasis in a lovely city
A huge Park, a short distance from the Old Town. It is beautiful and relaxing. A great place to take a break from the shopping or exploring the town. It is close to the river, the Congress Station going up the mountain, the Congress building and the Tiroler Landestheater. Worthwhile a visit.
I went for a walk at hofgarten with my family of 5 the garden is nice and quiet but what really got me exited was the horse drawn carriage tour which is 25 euros per half an hr or 50 euros for an hr, eight people maximum. They take you around the whole town and the driver points out the...