After several weeks in Innsbruck you for sure know the city and its surroundings pretty well. Some of you have even visited bigger cities further away like Vienna. But have you already discovered a gem of medieval architecture only a couple of kilometres away from Innsbruck? No? Then join us for our trip to Hall on November 22th!

The 700-year-old city of Hall is located 10 km east of our town and during the Middle Ages it was much larger and more significant than today's capital Innsbruck. Rich salt deposits made the city flourish and powerful in the 13th century. In the 15th century its grew because of the ducal coin of Merano (South Tyrol) which was moved there.

In the historic city centre you can find one of the most beautiful town squares in Austria, the Upper Town Square. Also worth seeing is the late gothic parish church of St. Nicholas, the town Hall and the Magdalene Chapel. The city has received several awards for the successful revitalization of its Old Town.

• visit the „Erlebnis Münze Hall“ and the tower (approx.. 1h)
• visit the city centre (approx. half an hour)
--> The ESN member guides you
• visit the „Adventmarkt Hall“ and have a punch or Glühwein together

entrance fee for Münze Hall (with student discount)
• Münze Hall: 6,50€
• Münze Turm: 5,00€
• Kombiticket: 9,50€

On November 22nd we’ll meet at 13.15 at the main station at the ticket machines in Innsbruck. Please be on time because we’ll take the train to go to Hall. So we unfortunately can’t wait for those who are late.

22/11/2019 - 13:15 to 18:00
Hall in Tirol
Meeting Point: 
Main Station Innsbruck (Hauptbahnhof)