Ski Jump (Innsbruck)

Interesting
The Sprungstadion is a monument to the ski-jumping competitions of the 1964 and 1976 Olympic Games. The first ski jump was erected here in 1925. Since then it has been modernised several times and elevated by means of an elaborate platform designed by renowned Iranian architect Zaha Hadid. Open to the public (the price includes use of the funicular), the platform and its café-restaurant afford incredible views over the city and surrounding mountains.

Useful information

Phone:

+43 512 589259

Price:

9 €

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