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Innsbruck

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.

Austria

Austrian Airlines offers the perfect connections between all of Austria’s regional airports and the rest of the world. And at our home airport it takes no more than 25 minutes to change planes.

Worth knowing

Austria
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Vienna
  • Austrian flight destination: Linz, Graz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt
Airport
  • 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

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10:40 +1
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What to see in Innsbruck

What to see in Innsbruck
World of Crystals
It may not be in the centre of Innsbruck, but all jewellery lovers should make the trip to Wattens: the Swarovski 'Kristallwelten' is a glittering world of its own. Those who have looked into the eye of the green giant that enchants visitors with its waterfall aren't likely to make a quick exit. The world of crystals is a kaleidoskope for the senses, an underground chest of treasures full of colours, light and magic. Have you ever asked yourself what it's like to look out from the inside of a crystal? Then you will be at home in the crystal cathedral: 590 mirrors disperse light and convey the feeeling that you are standing in the middle of a piece of jewellery. There are thousands of crystals hanging from the branches of a polished steel tree: boontje's artistic work accomplishes a fairytale-like winterland beautiful enough to make every christmas tree jealous. The world's biggest kaleidoskope and crystal theatre round off the world of crystals and bring us to the most crucial attraction: the biggest swarovski shop in the world. A small tip: keep a firm grip on your credit card, as you will struggle to resist the temptation brought on by the glittering and twinkling wonders around you.
Innsbruck Hafen
Film Festival

Where to eat in Innsbruck

Where to eat in Innsbruck
ModeCafé Taminda
The word Taminda derives from the Esperanto language and stands for Tamara Putz' high ecological and ethical values - in her ModeCafé she does not only serve coffee and healthy dishes but also fashion. In Taminda, Putz sells organic, regional and fair trade food as well as fashion to her clients. She shows limited trend pieces by national and international designers like Alexandra Jeller from Innsbruck or Rodriguez Gomez Gonzales from Columbia. Important prerequisite: the fashion is produced in the family business and made by hand. Concerning food, Taminda focusses on multiculture. On the menu, you find self-made specialties such as potato dumplings and turkey rissoles next to classics from the whole world (Jerusalem artichoke, humus crêpe). And fair trade coffee. All made of natural ingredients and in a well-balanced composition. Yin and Yang may be delighted.
Lichtblick
Papa Jolly's

Where to stay in Innsbruck

Where to stay in Innsbruck
Penz Hotel
The motto in Penz Hotel reads 'It's all here in all its beauty'. And with good reason. This designer hotel has ditched the alpine kitsch and instead offers pure, clean lines. Where the floorboards would normally creek under the weight of the ages, wireless internet and satellite TV channels shown on LCD screens pave the way to the future. There are a couple of other nice modern touches that really impress, such as the safe with an integrated power outlet for laptops and the Nespresso machine in the Junior suite. But those who never make it out of the hotel room are also missing out on something. For instance theres breakfast on the roof terrace with that amazing view of Innsbruck. Or you can enjoy the sunset from the American Bar whilst sipping on a cocktail. You can also indulge in the culinary delights on the fifth floor and take in the supreme view of the mountains. We really recommend a glass of whisky and a cigar to celebrate the evening appropriately. Double rooms are available from 180 euro per night.
Grand Hotel
Grauer Bär

Where to shop in Innsbruck

Where to shop in Innsbruck
Gleis 4
Gleis 4 is the right store for everyone who likes to wear their pants low and wide. The sloppy streetwear look simply won't go out of fashion, and new brands are still coming out, offereing comfort in oversize trainers that wearers never really train in, but simply wear to look cool in. One of the latest brands is the house brand, Gleis 4, with so many casual shirts, wide jackets and caps that it is setting itself up as the big daddy of the scene. Their range spreads so wide, that there are even a few cool top for chicks, too. The first Gleis 4 shop opened in Bregenz, but the Innsbruck branch can hold its head high - with it's tunneled walls, it boasts the biggest 59fifty wall in Austria and features heaps of gear imported from the US. So come here and wear it wide with pride, baby.
The Börse
Rathausgalerien

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