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Austria’s fifth-largest city and two-time host of the winter Olympics, find out why you should discover Innsbruck…
Have your camera ready… Tyrol’s capital demands a place in your holiday albums with its pretty town squares, mountain panoramas and imposing palaces.
That said, you do have to wonder whether city planners over the years simply shrugged, and gave up trying to compete with the glorious mountains. From the muted pastel colours of the buildings to the attractively stark avenues, Innsbruck doesn’t even try to vie with the magnificent, natural scenery just beyond the city limits. Instead, it co-exists harmoniously with the neighbouring Alps.
Friendly Innsbruck offers a true taste of life in Austria. Come for the Christmas markets, savour a dash of Tyrolean folk culture, see the Hofburg Palace, or take tea in the English-flavoured Hofgarten. With access to many ski runs direct from Innsbruck, you can even combine urban adventure with on-piste action.
With direct flights from the UK taking just under two hours and low fares available all year round, who wouldn’t be tempted by cheap flights to Innsbruck?
Innsbruck is an exciting airport to fly into: you will find yourself surrounded by stunning mountain peaks on the descent...
Most people using the airport will be flying in on the seasonal services of ski tour operators such as Thomson and Thomas Cook. The two-hour flights operate from airports across the UK during the winter months.
There are also regular services from London to Innsbruck with easyJet (Gatwick and Luton) and British Airways (Gatwick), and from Bristol with easyJet.
Alternatively, year-round connections are available with Lufthansa via Frankfurt or with Austrian Airlines through Vienna.
Don’t waste a moment when you touch down on Innsbruck flights; use our handy guide to get from A to B with ease…
Flights to Innsbruck from the UK arrive at Innsbruck Airport (INN), which is located on the western edge of the city.
If you are staying in the city centre, you can hop on one of the frequent bus services taking around 20 minutes. There’s also a taxi rank located outside the arrivals terminal.
Innsbruck Railway Station is located centrally and offers a cheap and reliable method of onward travel to nearby cities and ski resorts, such as Igls.
Independent transfer services are another means of getting to destinations outside Innsbruck.
But for total independence, book car hire in Innsbruck. Booking in advance is the best way to save money on the walk-up rate; you can also secure your ideal vehicle type when you pre-book.
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Innsbruck’s Old Town is the perfect base for a sightseeing trip as the main attractions are all within a 10-minute stroll. It also has a range of accommodation options, from sumptuous luxury to budget-friendly rooms.
If an Alpine lodge is more to your liking, look for accommodation on the edge of the city, closer to the mountains and ski slopes.
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