We visited at the end of the June and discovered that the interior of the church is undergoing renovation which is expected to last until the end of October 2016. On the day we stopped by we were able to view the interior from behind a grill, which showed a combination of scaffolding and protective covering in place for the... 更多
This basilica is not in Old Town and is a short bus ride from there but is well with the visit. The church is nice looking on the outside but the inside is simply astounding and beautiful. Highly recommended!
It has a really impressive inside architecture in Baroque style, a lot of decoration well preserved, the bright white color is very relaxing, also combined with pink. Everything inside looks really nice and it is very close to the center so it is worth visiting it.
The Rococo architecture and ceiling are absolutely stunning. If only you were allowed to walk beyond the back of the Basilica from which you see all.
The basilica, which is a fifteen minute walk from the old town, is a wonderful example of Baroque architecture, bordering on Rococo. The interior is richly ornate, and has beautiful frescoes - although it is not directly accessible. One can only really stand at the far end of the church and admire. At least, lack of access was made up... 更多
This is an absolutely beautiful church with its pink and white marble, and very ornate gold adornments. The ceilings and walls are covered with beautiful and intricate frescoes and paintings. The exterior is painted in yellow and white making it quite visible from a distance. Unlike the Cathedral of St James, a young lady attendant was inviting people to take... 更多
The amazing thing about this Church is that it was badly damaged during WW2 and had to be rebuilt,Innsbruck suffered 22 raids and almost 60% of the City was damaged,including the Cathedral of St James in the Old Town.Don´t worry,the Golden Roof is the original and had a wall built around it to protect it from the bombing! Don´t scrimp... 更多
It is close to the Bergisel, and totally worth entering since the decoration takes your breath away. However inside it was closed by a gate but this gave the basilica a very interesting look.