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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

  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Vienna
  • Austrian flight destination: Linz, Graz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt
  • 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 You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Timetable Innsbruck

  • from INN
  • to INN
10:45 +1
1 Stop
travel duration: 10:35

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What to see in Innsbruck

What to see in Innsbruck
There's a whole lot of history here: Herzog Sigmund extended the grounds, Maximilian enlarged it once again, archduke Ferdinand II brought the renaissance to the castle, empress Maria Theresia built a baroque castle out of it and the crown prince Ludwig brough in bavarian furniture, which disappeared quickly again after Napoleon's defeat. Then everything was redesigned in rococo style and Sissi was even there! A visit to the Hofburg is a must for those who want to know the whole story. It is clear that you won't make your way out of here too quickly: as it takes a lot of time to cross the giant hall alone. Sporty types might even make their way to the Audienzsaal (audience chamber), the Kapitelzimmer (chapter room), Sissi's study and emperor Franz Joseph's bedroom. Once you've made it that far, we recommend that you take a break for cake at Café Sacher. You can even rent parts of the emperor's apartments for stylish occasions. It's not cheap, however, the grand rococo ambience overseen by ceiling frescoes comes at a price of 3000 euro a day.
Viaduct Arches

Where to shop in Innsbruck

Where to shop in Innsbruck
The Börse
It's time to hit the slopes - the most fun you will find in Tyrol in the colder months. But what if you don't have the necessary gear to make your way down the mountain? Before you head up the mountain, pay a visit to the Börse (stock market). They've got the stuff that powder dreams are made of. Völkl, Head, Salomon und Nitro all mean something to you? You will find all these great brands in the Börse. And for those that already have their slick boards will find Alpinestars, Billabong and Capp3L suits and jackets to cruise down the mountain in style. But the stocks are also high in summer, as downhill and BMX bikers will find the Börse as the perfect one-stop shop for all their two-wheeled desires. Another highlight is the mountain-bike rental service. If you don't want to bring it with you, then you can simply hire it out, that way you can make your way up the mountain for a sensible sum.
The Golden Path
Gleis 4

Where to eat in Innsbruck

Where to eat in Innsbruck
Flo Joe
A caribbean dream in the middle of Tyrolean tradition: Flo Joe is definitely Innsbruck's most original restaurant. Buffalo Wings meet Santa Fe Poppers and Chicken Jambalaya. The walls are decorated in a motley way and convey a very cuban feeling in the midst of snow-topped mountains. Flo Joe's original motto was 'come in, have a look and dream of your next holiday'. Unfortunately the quality at this Innsbruck institution has noticeably suffered in the last couple of years. Complaints about the poor service are coming in more than ever, and the place has even been dubbed a tourist trap. Apparently there aren't enough service staff, and when they finally do come to your table then they either serve an unfriendly mood or luke-warm food. Where does the problem lie? Maybe it's because of the name change - Flo Joe's was once called Papa Joe's. People used to love visiting Papa, but maybe too many come to visit Flo. Maybe it's because you can never get a table without a reservation and many have to leave in frustration. But let someone else pursue the root of the cause: If you want some Text Mex in the middle of Tyrol, then you will have to go to Flo Joe's, good service or bad service!
Chez Nico
ModeCafé Taminda

Where to stay in Innsbruck

Where to stay in Innsbruck
Innsbruck isn't exactly the design centre of the world. In Tyrol, traditions are more important than the trappings. Those who are looking for that big city flair are really at the wrong address here. But the BinderS hotel attempts to change that. The art hotel has set a new accent in old Innsbruck and makes quite a splash with its 15 different designs. The Sleep Colour room contains twelve colours, the Sleep Loft provides an urban feeling with its water bed and bright, expansive rooms, not to mention the bathroom that simply screams lifestyle. As an added extra, the Smart car fleet provides those without a car the opportunity to explore every nook and cranny of the city with the perfect city explorer on four wheels. And after an exhausting day in the mountains you can permit yourself a beer or even a schnaps in the hotel bar. No need to do this on an empty stomach however: although BinderS doesn't offer a three course meal, the snacks on offer are enough to keep you on the safe side of tipsy. Double rooms are available from 78 euro per person.
Grand Hotel

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