Innsbruck - The Enchanting Top Attraction Of Austria- A Town Of Vintage Beauty
The expansive Inn Valley in the Tyrol state is home to the Austrian Alpine city of Innsbruck, which is situated at the junction of two crucial thoroughfares that connect Vienna with Switzerland and Germany. Innsbruck, one of Austria's most well-liked year-round vacation spots, has kept its ancient Old Town (Altstadt), complete with its winding, winding streets and tall houses in the Late Gothic style. Near the Old Town, whose appealing narrow streets offer tourists plenty to see and do, are many of the city's most famous tourist destinations. It provides a wealth of fantastic dining options, interesting (and frequently elegant) lodging options, and is the ideal starting point for experiencing this historic city.
Best time to visit: Dec-To-Apr
Things to do: Take a Tour of The Hofburg, Catch a Concert at Innsbruck Cathedral, Walking Tour along the River Inn, Alpenzoo Innsbruck
HOW TO REACH INNSBRUCK
- Flight - Innsbruck Airport, also referred to as Kranebitten Airport, is the area's largest airport. Austrian Airlines offers flights to Vienna and Frankfurt. Preveza, Copenhagen, Oslo-Gardermoen, Gothenburg-Landvetter, London-Stansted, Cephalonia, Manchester, and Kiev-Boryspil are among the summer destinations served by the airline. There are planes from Palma de Mallorca to Amsterdam, Eindhoven, and Niki. Other carriers with seasonal service to this airport include Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways, and Scandinavian Airlines.
- Rail - Despite being a tiny city, Innsbruck has a dense train network run by Austrian Federal Railways, or OEBB. Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof, the city's train terminal, is situated in the eastern section of the city. From a number of towns, including Zurich, Venice, Graz, Bolzano/Bozen, Munich, and Vienna, Innsbruck is easily reachable.
- Road - From other neighboring cities, buses run frequently to Innsbruck. Numerous close-by towns are served by Flixbus' bus service to Innsbruck. Taking the bus from Munich will take about two hours and ten minutes, and it will cost you about $9.03, whereas taking the bus from Salzburg will take you between five and six hours, based on the bus type and the time of your trip. From Salzburg to Innsbruck, the bus will set you back anywhere from 19 to 15 euros. You can expect a quick and convenient trip because the coaches are quite roomy and comfortable.
HOW TO GET AROUND
- Local Bus - The Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe (IVB) is in charge of running the city's public transportation system. Numerous buses run through the city, connecting it to the nearby areas as well. You can use the "TS" (The Sightseer), a bus specifically created for visitors, to travel to well-known locations like Schloss Ambras, Alpenzoo, and Bergisel.
- Rental - Innsbruck residents can easily get around by renting a vehicle. Hertz Autovermietung, Avis Autovermietung Innsbruck Flughafen, and other service companies are among the options available to you. The majority of the companies provide the possibility of online booking, and the vehicles are typically chauffeured.
- Taxi - Tourists can use the cabs operated by Taxi Innsbruck in order to explore the city. To book your ride in advance, call the operator at 0043 660 556 4226. To get you to your hotel or around the city, taxis are also accessible on the airport grounds.