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View to the Alps from every possible corner and slopes divinely made for skiing within almost walking distance from the city centre; Innsbruck, a medieval Old Town with imperial palaces and galleries with world-class art. It’s no wonder Innsbruck’s Tyroleans are so proud of their hometown! Search for cheap air tickets to Innsbruck to experience first-hand this elegant Tyrolean capital that balances between city and countryside, historic and modern, old and new – and does a great job! Cheap hotels in Innsbruck are easy to be found, so you can, in no time, find yourself gazing at the incredible city’s skyline, the Alps and the endless horizon. Visit Innsbruck to have the ultimate Alpine experience!
More than any other provincial capital of Austria, Innsbruck is a genuine Alpine city. Extending across the banks of swift-flowing River Inn, Innsbruck is guarded by the monumental Karwendelgebirge mountain range to the North and the even higher Brenner Pass to the South; snow and glaciers to the East and West, the Alps dominate Innsbruck.
Innsbruck is a rather small city, with a beautiful and laid-back Altstadt – Old Town - , reflecting the true dynamic of the Tyrolean identity.
Plan your trip to Innsbruck and you’ll be awarded with anything you need. Where else can you spend the morning glancing at the greatest artistic masterpieces of all times, take a walk around Habsburg palaces, go skiing in the afternoon and enjoy your beer in a lively pub in the evening?
Innsbruck is the answer to your question “Where do I go for an adventurous skiing city-break?”
The airport of Innsbruck (Kranebitten Airport) is located 4 kilometres away from Innsbruck and is accessible by bus F.
You can get around Innsbruck by bus, tram (Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe - IVB) and suburban railway (S-Bahn). You can also catch the funicular, functioning again since 2007, at the Hungerburg suburb.
Fares start at 1.60€ and minimum taxi fare costs 6.90€.
The city’s most well-known landmark, the Triumphal Arch (Triumphpforte) is the first thing you’ll come across in Innsbruck. Designed according to Roman standards, the arch spans the city’s largest road.
The construction of the Triumphpforte was ordered by Maria Theresa, to honour her newly-wed son and her recently deceased husband, Emperor Franz I.
Continue to the monumental Imperial Palace of Innsbruck (Hofburg), dating back to the 15th century. The palace was rebuilt by Maria Theresa in the 15th century and now represents an excellent example of Baroque architecture and decoration.
Emperor Maximilian’s favourite habit was to enjoy shows and performances in the Old Town. A special imperial seat should exist then, just for the emperor, away from the general audience. One of Innsbruck’s most popular attractions is the Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl), the luxurious three-story balcony built solely to serve this purpose. You can find more information on the emperor, his life and work, at the adjacent museum.
Innsbruck boasts one of the top three religious buildings of the country in beauty and significance. The Hofkirche was built in 1553 by Ferdinand I who called forth great artists like Albrecht Dürer, Alexander Colin and Peter Vischer.
Highlight of the Hofkirche is the cenotaph of Emperor Maximilian, a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture on marble, elaborately decorated with sculptures and monumental statues.
You couldn’t leave Innsbruck without visiting the Swarovski Kristallwelten, a park dedicated to the finest crystals in the world, presented to you in every possible shape and size – don’t miss the world’s largest crystal, weighing up to 62 kilos!
The official language of Innsbruck is German.