Ambras castle tour

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Route: Innsbruck - Ambras castle - Innsbruck
Duration: 2 h

Ambras Palace is delightfully located above Innsbruck and is one of the city´s most noteworthy attractions. The Castle was built by Archduke Ferdinand II of Austria (1529-1595), Count of Tirol, in the 16th century. It´s divided into a lower and an upper castle set in the remains of a medieval fortress. This was Ferdinand´s favorite residence and the center of his court´s cultural life.

Price: per person

Price: 30.00 EUR
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