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Innsbruck panorama

Plan your visit

Our local organising team at the University of Innsbruck have rounded up their recommendations of where to stay, as well as the best spots to see during your visit.

Where to stay 

You'll find a range of accommodation options for your stay in Innsbruck by visiting this booking link.

All bookings can be made via the booking link or directly with the hotel of your choice. ECPR is not responsible for hotel bookings, nor for correspondence entered into with either party. Please see the respective websites for booking terms and conditions.

Get in touch with Innsbruck Tourism directly.

Innsbruck Convention Bureau
Contact: Alexandra Einwaller
Burggraben 3
AT-6020 Innsbruck

Tel: +43 512 5356 730

When arranging travel and accommodation, please ensure that your booking is refundable. It is your responsibility to arrange appropriate travel insurance. ECPR is not liable for reimbursing the cost of travel or accommodation made by participants.

What to see

The Tyrolean capital Innsbruck enchants with its medieval charm, rugged alpine scenery, and spectacular mountain views.

Located in the heart of the Alps, in the Inn Valley between Germany and Italy, Innsbruck attracts up to two million tourists every year.

Playing host to nearly 35,000 students, the third-largest university city in Austria, with two universities and several universities of applied sciences, is a vibrant place for intellectual exchange and cultural encounters.

Explore beautiful Innsbruck by bike: along the Inn River towards Völs or towards Hall – the mountains all around as a constant companion; or through Rapoldipark along the Sill River to the Tiflis Bridge and through the Saggen district with its beautiful villas and gardens back to the city centre.

The Golden Roof – Goldenes Dachl, built in 1420 as the residence of the Tyrolean sovereigns, is Innsbruck’s best known and most visible landmark. A late-gothic alcove balcony in the Old Town, it's covered with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles.

To mark the beginning of the era led by Niklar Türing the Elder on behalf of the German king and future emperor Maximilian I, the magnificent bay window was added between 1497/98 and 1500.

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Home of the Four Hills Tournament, this elegant building designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, offers breath-taking views from its restaurant.

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In 2011, the Bergisel gained another architectural attraction: the Tyrol-Panorama, a modern addition to the Tiroler Landesmuseen. The museum takes visitors on an exciting journey through Tyrolean history, leading up to the battle between Napoleonic troops and Tyrolean rebels in 1809 which took place on the exact spot the Tyrol-Panaroma is located today.

The museum's centrepiece, a 1,000-square metre 360-degree panoramic painting, retraces these dramatic events. The artwork, created in 1896, also documents many elements that make up the myth of Tyrol.

Connected to the Tyrol-Panorama by an underground passage, the Kaiserjägermuseum documents Tyrolean military history, linking the museum's historical collection to the dramatic events at Bergisel.

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Free childcare facilities will be available at the Conference venue, arranged in cooperation with the Family Service of the University of Innsbruck and provided by an external childminder.

Disclaimer: ECPR cannot accept responsibility for the quality of childcare provided by third parties, nor for any accident or injury sustained by your child or children while under their care. All bookings with third parties are subject to the terms and conditions of that third party.

The childcare service is available for children aged 6 months to 10 years. 

The service will be provided in a separate room equipped with the 'KidsBox' mobile game, toys, crafts, a fold-out cot and a changing facility for babies.

Bookings are made per hour and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please do not book until the timings of your Panel have been confirmed. The full timetable will be available on the ECPR website by mid-June.

To book, complete and submit this form to by Thursday 30 June. You will receive the confirmation of your booking by mid-July