The former Olympic city Innsbruck is in north-west Austria, near the German border. It is the capital of the state of Tyrol. The proximity to breath-taking mountains and beautiful nature as well as the ubiquitous contrast of old tradition with the vitality of a modern city make Innsbruck so unique, offering the perfect combination of culture, nature, and sports. The historically developed culture centre stretches across both sides of the Inn and attracts visitors with its art treasures and the ''Golden Roof,'' the imperial Hofburg, and the Ambras Castle. The lovely city centre of this Alpine metropolis invites you in for a stroll while the cafés offer a place to relax. A carriage-ride through the city opens up another way to see the Tyrolean capital. The Bergiselschanze ski jump is inseparably connected to the city, the stage of the annual Four Hills Tournament.