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|Kranebitten Airport (INN): 2 mi from city centre|
Innsbruck International Airport (INN) may be small but it welcomes flights from around the world. Just 4km outside of the city centre, catch cheap flights to Innsbruck from London with low cost airlines like easyJet and airberlin. As for regular airlines, British Airways, KLM and Transavia are ready to take you there.
The city of Innsbruck has the most visitors during the winter, ski season but it's also a popular place in summer. If you're looking for the cheapest flights to Innsbruck, try spring or fall.
Direct flights to Innsbruck take just over 2 hours from London.
The city of Innsbruck sits at the foot of the mountains. It's by far the most popular in winter, having hosted the winter Olympic Games twice. Northern Italy and Munich are a stone's throw away, perfect for day trips with an Innsbruck car hire.
Churches: Hofkirche is one of the most important, home of emperor Maximilian I's tomb. Check out the larger-than-life bronze statues! The Saint Jacob Cathedral and the Basilica are also spectacular.
Museums: Innsbruck has plenty of culture to go around. Try the Alpinist Association Museum, the Bell Museum sponsored by the Bell foundry which has existed for 400 years or the Hofburg for its rokoko style.
Nordpark: This is where you should do if you want to ski in winter or go hiking in summer. Nordpark is also home to one of the best free ride mountain bike routes in Europe. There are plenty of trails to choose from with varying difficulties. Don't forget to pack some snacks for the afternoon!
Find more information on Innsbruck.info.
Innsbruck offers visitors quite a wide selection of rooms at different price ranges. From private homes to upscale hotels, best to compare Innsbruck hotel room prices far in advance if you're planning a ski holiday or a summer city jaunt.