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Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck

(4.2/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Architect Zaha Hadid designed Bergisel Ski Jump, which hosts the International Four Hills Tournament--a renowned ski jumping competition. Take the funicular or climb 455 steps from the entrance to the top of the tower. The tower elevator will get you to the 43 m (141 ft) high tower, where you'll find a restaurant, panorama platform, and rescue area. Enjoy the 360-degree view of Innsbruck, the Inn Valley, and the surrounding mountains. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bergisel Ski Jump by using our Innsbruck itinerary planner.
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  • Not to mention that it is a place of excellence for winter sports, the place is beautiful and fantastic landscape, the ramp's impressive size and the fall.
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  • That we are front's closed doors, no information on car parks or on the Internet, but the ramp is closed for more than a month. Disappointed, impossible to see more. Can be a next time.
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  • The architecture, the views of the city and the surroundings of the ski jump make a visit to a must-attend event.
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  • It is located a very nice place. It worth to enter and go up to the tower to see the start point, where a you can find a restaurant. If you are lucky, then training is ongoing and you can see ski jump in live, also in summer.
  • Very impressive attraction! They had a ski jumper doing demonstrations. The restaurant at the top was a little bit over - crowded with a bus of tourists. The waiter told us he didn't have a table before 2 hours. But when we walked around the place, we noticed a few tables and we were able to sit down. Another waiter served us drinks and cake.
  • What can I say if you have the time might have been great to visit top of ski slope. But for a little time if you are lucky you can see some skiers practicing on the slopes I think they say Eddie the eagle did his jump here many years ok at the Olympics.
  • Not worth the effort to go visit. Very expensive for what it is although the views are good.
  • This ski jump is situated on a hill overlooking Innsbruck town center and the surrounding areas. After walking up to the entrance area you can access the ski jump for 10 EUR (discounts for students / large groups / or if you can negotiate with the ticket man ;). The entry price gives you access to walk around inside the ski jump area, which has various boards describing the history of the jump, how features work during competition, and prominent athletes. You can either walk up the stairs to get to the top of the jump, or alternatively there is an accessible cable-driven platform which runs to the top (from which there is then stairs or an internal lift to get up to the lookout or restaurant area). There are great views of the city from the top. The restaurant also serves food and beverages at a reasonable price and quality. Recommend walking down the stairs after your visit to experience the atmosphere of different aspects at this sporting facility. Worth a visit!