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Innsbruck

Holidays in Innsbruck

Nowhere is the line between city and ountains so blurred as in Tirol’s capital. From outdoor sports to culture and back in one day: that’s Innsbruck. Innsbruck is the capital of the Alps. With the Nordkette Mountains in the background and historic buildings in town, Innsbruck is a unique destination for culture vultures and utdoor enthusiasts. One of the city’s most popular postcard subjects is the Bergisel Ski Jump, venue of the Four Hills Tournament. The ski jump’s restaurant offers magnificent views. Another popular attraction is the cutting-edge Hungerburg Funicular, designed by Zaha Hadid. With its cobblestone lanes, shops, cafés and the Golden Roof, Innsbruck’s makes for a great place to explore. The Alpenzoo is popular with families.

Shopping with Ski Boots

In winter, Nordkette offers great skiing. From the city it’s a short drive by bus or Hungerburg Funicular to the mountain top offering spectacular views. Innsbruck is a heaven for culture and shopping. Going from ski boots to high heels is easy here: skiers and shoppers mingle in Innsbruck’s Maria-Theresien-Straße. It is this seamless blend of sports and lifestyle that makes Innsbruck truly unique.

Accommodations in Innsbruck
Innsbruck offers something for all tastes and pocketbooks, ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to apartments and friendly B&Bs.

Shopping with Ski Boots

In winter, Nordkette offers great skiing. From the city it’s a short drive by bus or Hungerburg Funicular to the mountain top offering spectacular views. Innsbruck is a heaven for culture and shopping. Going from ski boots to high heels is easy here: skiers and shoppers mingle in Innsbruck’s Maria-Theresien-Straße. It is this seamless blend of sports and lifestyle that makes Innsbruck truly unique.

Accommodations in Innsbruck
Innsbruck offers something for all tastes and pocketbooks, ranging from luxurious 5-star hotels to apartments and friendly B&Bs.

More detailed information provided by the Tourist Board

Versatility. Ambiance. Innsbruck twice hosted the Olympic Winter Games.

The 800-year-old town is renown as a cultural center, and as a city of numerous art treasures and many historic structures. Innsbruck’s rich history is interwoven with that of the Habsburgs, whose wealth and sense of beauty left their mark: take the "Golden Roof", the "Black Men" bronze statues at the Court Church, the Imperial Court Palace and Ambras Castle.

Battlefield of fights for freedom and Olympic medals. Big town shopping opportunities coupled with a great range of hiking. Tirolean nights, brass band concerts and baroque operas, lederhosen and dinner jackets. University town and convention center.

Take advantage of the Innsbruck Card! In the immediate surroundings you find the world-famous Bergisel Ski Jump (Four Hills Tournament in early January) and a variety of superb ski areas for winter sport fans of all skill levels.

Innsbruck Card

Available from € 29 - including Innsbruck's attractions for 24 hours Great Innsbruck Card advantages:

24 hours - € 31
48 hours - € 39
72 hours - € 45

Child discount (6-15 years) 50 %
* Group rates for 25+ people

Information and sale: Innsbruck Information Office
Versatility. Ambiance. Innsbruck twice hosted the Olympic Winter Games.

The 800-year-old town is renown as a cultural center, and as a city of numerous art treasures and many historic structures. Innsbrucks rich history is interwoven with that of the Habsburgs, whose wealth and sense of beauty left their mark: take the "Golden Roof", the "Black Men" bronze statues at the Court Church, the Imperial Court Palace and Ambras Castle.

Battlefield of fights for freedom and Olympic medals. Big town shopping opportunities coupled with a great range of hiking. Tirolean nights, brass band concerts and baroque operas, lederhosen and dinner jackets. University town and convention center.

Take advantage of the Innsbruck Card!

News

Imperial Palace at Innsbruck Closed on March, 29th and August 15th. On May, 7th from 2 p.m. on.

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Arrival & Address

Coming from the East & West, take A 12 Autobahn (Vignette Toll Sticker required). Arlberg Tunnel is a toll tunnel.
Coming from the South, take A 13 Brenner Autobahn (Toll Motorway) or B 182 Federal Road across Brenner Pass.
Innsbruck is readily accessible by a dense network of highly connected streets and roads.
Coming from Osttirol, drive across Felbertauern Tunnel or through Pustertal Valley (Italy).
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Bus Service to the surrounding Village Resorts and to South Tyrol - Buses are departing from the Bus Terminal at Innsbruck Main Train Station. International Railroad Schedule - Innsbruck is readily accessible by rail from all European capitals.
Scheduled flights from/to Innsbruck:

AUSTRIAN AIRLINES - AUSTRIAN ARROWS - LAUDA AIR:
Vienna, Frankfurt, London/Gatwick

WELCOME AIR:
Antwerpen, Göteborg,Graz,Hannover,Nizza,Olbia,Rotterdam,Stavanger
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NEW DIRECT FLIGHTS FROM PARIS, AMSTERDAM AND LONDON TO INNSBRUCK
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From Nov 24 British Airways services London Gatwick twice per week from Innsbruck

SkyEurope Airlines services Paris four times per week and Amsterdam three times per week from Innsbruck
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6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Innsbruck Tirol
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