Innsbruck, Austria: Travel / Tourist Information Guide

Top things to do          Nightlife, Bars & Clubs           Accommodation           Tours & Excursions          Getting around / Transport

Ambras PalaceWilten BasilicaBergisel Ski JumpHungerburgbahnCouch ClubGrand Hotel EuropaSwarovski Crystal Worlds at WattenTram

Innsbruck is the state capital of Tyrol and Austria's fifth largest city. It is a city located in the heart of Alps where the past and the future meet. It blends its famous sights that mirrors Tyrol's historical past and the post-modern architecture. The Imperial Palace, Ambras Palace, Ottoburg, and Wilten Basilica are some of the most important sights that tells about the eventful historical past of Innsburg. Alongside these structures, Dominique Perrault’s Rathausgalerie and Zaha Hadid’s Bergisel Ski Jump and Hungerburgbahn are the outstanding landmarks that were added to the modern city attractions. With these attractions, there are plenty of things to do in the city. This is also a major destination for winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, snowshoeing, and skating. Innsbruck was the host of two Olympic Winter Games. There are also tours and excursions that will take visitors to the nearby attractions outside the city like the tour to Swarovski Crystal Worlds that offers a magical world of shimmering crystal. The city is transformed into a hotspot for revellers and party lovers at night. There are bars, clubs, and pubs located at the lively Maria-Theresien-Straße and the streets through the Old Town that offer a good and nice nightlife experience. If planning to visit Innsbruck and stay for a couple of days, the city offers accommodation. There are luxury hotels and budget hotels and guesthouses.

 

 

Get In

If planning to arrive by plane, Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport is the largest airport in Tyrol that caters international and domestic flights. There are other nearby airports that can be used as an alternative like the Munich Airport and the Memmingen Airport. Another option is getting in by train. The main station is Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof and it caters regular trains from Venice, Bolzano/Bozen, Zurich, Munich, Graz, Vienna via Linz and Salzburg. There are also several train stations that serve suburban and regional trains. From the airport and the train stations, there are buses and other mode of public transport that would take visitors to the city center and can be used in getting around the city.