_We***24Majestic snow mountains dominate your view wherever you go in Innsbruck. Of course, they sometimes get out of your sight as you swoop into the narrow, sheltered streets of this medieval city. However, once you see the famous Golden Roof, the quiet figure of the hills reappears and you're immediately born with an uncontrollable urge to climb the mountain and roam the day.
M36***22On Maria Theresia Street, very close to the Golden Roof, there is one of their crystal shop. The girls who solicit business in front of the store use performance art to solicit customers, which is very interesting.
雪3飞who. I visited Swarovski’s flagship store. The store is not very big. There are three floors inside. Each floor is bling bling attractive, especially the display windows on the ground floor, which are very gorgeous. The price is really cheap, many necklace accessories are 50% off special price, very cost-effective. The necklace I fancy in Paris duty-free shop is discounted here, and I am very happy to buy it. I picked a crystal necklace (90 Euros, it’s a pity that it’s not a discount), and I love it. After wearing it, I still don’t forget to communicate with other group members.....buy an Austrian ice cream and try it, it looks like European ice cream They all have the same taste, nothing special, they are still delicious in Japan.
徐团Maria Theresia Street is named after Queen Maria Theresia, wife of the Holy Roman Emperor Franz I. It is one of the most prosperous streets in the city. At the southern end of Maria Theresia Avenue is the Arc de Triomphe, leading north to the old city. Maria Theresia Street is located in Innsbruck’s most lively medieval old town, at the foot of Karl Wendel Mountain, extending from the Arc de Triomphe to the Golden Roof from south to north. It is the oldest prosperous shopping and pedestrian street in Innsbruck. The design of every building, every street lamp and even road sign here is ingenious. The end of the street is connected to the Karwendel Mountain. You can see the beauty of the snow-capped mountains in the distance when you walk on the street. It is worthy of appreciation and taste. The place.
何游天下The St. Anna column in Innsbruck, Austria. It is a tall marble pillar. It was built to commemorate resistance to Spanish aggression. The St. Anna’s Column is one of Innsbruck’s landmarks, near the famous golden roof. It is one of the attractions that guests who come to Innsbruck must check in.
何游天下The Arc de Triomphe in Austria is in Innsbruck, although it is not as famous as the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France. However, the Arc de Triomphe in Innsbruck, Austria has another characteristic: from north to south, through the opening of the Arc de Triomphe, you can see the majesty of the Alps, and it looks very quiet under the white snow of Kaikai. Pedestrians and tourists are at ease on the narrow road.