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Located high in the Austrian Alps, Innsbruck is the capital city of the region of Tyrol. You can fly with Austrian Airlines and explore this scenic tourist destination. Innsbruck is a beautiful city of over 100,000 residents surrounded by mountains and an amazing landscape. The city offers a variety of ski slopes such as Tulfes, Mutters, Igls and Hungerburg providing an abundance of alpine sporting opportunities. Skiers and snowboarders are attracted to Innsbruck from far and wide. The city itself also has a lot to offer to visitors. Innsbrucks attractions are mainly concentrated around the precinct of 'Altstadt' (old town) and include the home of Ferdinand II and 'Hofburg' the Imperial Palace. The large student population combined with a large number of skiers visiting Innsbruck provide for a lively and fun atmosphere.


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Worth knowing

  • Innsbruck Airport (INN): The airport is located 5 km (3 miles) to the west of Innsbruck.
  • Address: Fürstenweg 180, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
  • Telephone: (43)(512) 225 250
  • Airport Innsbruck

Timetable Innsbruck

  • to INN
  • from INN

10:40 +1
1 Stop
travel duration: 11:00

What to see in Innsbruck

What to see in Innsbruck
Viaduct Arches
The tourists pile into the old town and insiders make their way to the Viaduktbögen (viaduct arches). Whether it's mopeds, pots, tattoos or a wellness session you are after, it's all here and there's beer to boot. Whilst the trains are rattling overhead, the guests are drinking down below. Under the viaduct arches along the Ing.-Etzel Strasse there's a host of bars for all tastes. The Bögen (arches), as the pubs are simply called often remain open until the wee hours of the morning, which is why they are so treasure by local party-goers who expect nothing less than good beer, great cocktails and long nights on the dance floor. And for the ladies that don't want to venture home alone can call the 'Frauentaxi', which will take you home and wait until you switch the lights on. Trips cost only 4.70 euro and operate within the city limits between 9am and 2am. Simply call 1711.
Bergisel Ski-Jump

Where to eat in Innsbruck

Where to eat in Innsbruck
Schwarzer Adler
Once upon a time the Seegruben gondola brought skiers to the snowy slopes of the Tyroler mountain world. Nowadays she has found rest on a terrace. So what happened? Simple really. The disposed gondola was purchased by the Schwarzer Adler and promptly turned into a Tyrolean séparée. Now guests can cruise in style on the restaurant's rooftop-terrace and hold a summit meeting in a dignified space. As creative and comfortable as it is, the eyrie costs 50 euro per half-day, which can be dropped once racked up a large enough bill. This is no large feat, considering the menu on offer: exclusively fresh local produce and Tyroler specialties quickly turn into a feast and will push your belt to the limits. For those who find the gondola a bit too draughty can always find respite in one of the parlours. The wood used for the ceiling panelling in the Arquin parlour come from a cottage high up in Navistal and the pictures on the walls are painted by local artists. The Adler (eagle) parlour has been preserved in its orignal condition whilst the Jäger (hunter) parlour is fitted out with modern leather. And military soldiers from the nearby barracks used to drink in the Pfiff bar, which now plays host to Innsbrucks only vodka bar.
Chez Nico

Where to shop in Innsbruck

Where to shop in Innsbruck
If you don't travel to Innsbruck in the middle of summer, you might risk frozen toes and icy credit cards. Thank god for the Rathausgalerien (city hall gallery). Here you can carry out your favourite hobby without shivering teeth. Plus you can really let your credit card glow in the exclusive boutique stores. Let yourself defrost here and you won't be leaving quickly. If you don't get stuck in Hugo Boss, Calzedonia or Mango, then it'll probably be in either Gant, Jones or Lacoste. And if you are still freezing, then the sporting fashion at North Face will help you bear the cold. Time for a break after so much shopping? There are great gastronomical pleasures to be found here as well. Lichtblick have a great gourmet menu, fine traditional fare at Gössers or Indonesian curry noodles at Thai-Li-Ba. With so many international offerings, it's so hard to choose. To top off a successful day, stop off at La Habana for a cuban cigar, where you can also soak up the cuban tunes and enjoy a well-deserved cocktail.
The Börse
House of Tea

Where to stay in Innsbruck

Where to stay in Innsbruck
Basic Hotel
The basic hotel is very modest: the website touts things that the hotel simply cannot offer. The modesty is however not necessary, as the central location is worth the trip alone. Of course there are other hotels that share the same central location, but the Basic Hotel sets itself apart with its modern design and unbeatable price. Whereas other hotels boast with their minimalism, which in turns leads to horrendous prices, the Basic Hotel remains very matter of fact. It is self-assured and doesn't ask much for the rest. And it still has a lot to offer - wireless internet, flatscreen TVs, comfortable beds coupled with warm, rich colours. This neat little package is sure to answer the wishes of every business client and backpacker that wants to treat themselves to a night of comfort. However you will not find a star restaurant at the Basic. The continental breakfast from Stefan's bakery does however covers all bases, there's pasta for lunch and even prosecco with proscuitto in the evening. The Basic Hotel apologises for the abscence of super-plush beds, mini-bars and expansive baths. But does anybody really need all that? The Basic Hotel has more charm in its little palm than the larger hotels with their jewellery-laden hands. And the price is quite acceptable: from 80 euro per night.
Grauer Bär
Grand Hotel

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