Day 7 – Scholls Ambrass at InnsbruckThis morning we hoped on the Hop On Hop Off Bus and headed straight to Scholls Ambrass which was amazing in the snowy winters and in the little snow showers we had the wonderful morning.
The advantage of going in off season is you get the negligible individuals around you even and no more celebrated goals. Being one of the prominent goals in the Tyrol zone Ambras Castle has some wonderful bits of history connected since centuries
Time to leave...and the weather did play spoilsport just at the end of my trip. Not one to be disheartened, I visited the wonderful museums of the Schloss Ambras. This was built by the Habsburg rulers to showcase their collection of curiosities and wealth, making it the oldest museum built specifically for that purpose. The Spanish room in Schloss Ambras is breathtaking. This was my last stop, and after a quick lunch at Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof, I boarded my Flixbus to Munich. I chose this route as the 2.5 hour journey through the Bavarian Alps is very scenic and would take me past ski towns like Garmisch, and also because flights from Munich were dirt-cheap (2.5k per head from Munich to Amsterdam!) And thus my wonderful adventures through the snow-covered landscape of Austria came to an end.