The memorable city of Innsbruck is settled in the middle of two Alpine mountain ranges.
The Brenner Pass, an effortlessly crossed way through the Alps, made the situation of the town a vital area.
The significance of the valley in the long run offered ascend to a definitive development of Innsbruck into a social and business center point.
The historical backdrop of the town started early.
Archeological confirmation demonstrates that Innsbruck was first populated in the early Stone Age.
The territory was prized for the geographic area in a valley that offered insurance from the frosty winters.
The zone stayed in relative peace until around 15 BC when the Roman's started a quick European extension.