Does anybody know how good is the public transport in Schlitters to travel short or longer journeys in August. The train shown in the photo, where does it go and how regular is it?
Are there buses? Any help appreciated.
Are there any laundramats in Nauders - address if possible, please.
We are visiting the area of mayrhofen we are non skiers my question is can we get to any of the mountain restaurants and viewing platforms if we are not skiing thanks
Hi I will be doing the taxi bobsled run on Sunday 1st December. What clothes should I wear?
How cold will it be?
Can someone recommend any restaurants or cafes where children are welcome or where we will be comfortable eating (i.e. highchairs). We have a 3 year old and 18 month old, thanks!
We are arriving in Salzburg airport on Sat 21 Dec @ ~ 19.00 and finding it difficult to organise public transport from the airport to Soll. Wondering if anyone can offer some advice.
how much is the fee for skiing schools and ski rental. i have never skiied before and am planning to visit innsbruck and ultimately this glacier on 8 n 9 of december
what else is there to do in innsbruck part from skiing.
any ice skating.tobogganing.any other snow sports.
where can i find it and what would be the cost.
i am planning a stay in innsbruck for 8 n 9 of december. can nayone plz tell me contact info of some good skking company. who can give classes and provide ski gear for me n my husband. also if they hav child care its better since my son is only 3.
please tell me about their price as well.
I am going to spend three days at the end of march in Innsbruck
What do you recommend to see there and around?
What is the nearest Obergurgl train station that I would go to if I need to get back to the ZH airport?
Me.mu husbnd n three yr old son will be going to vienna in start december due to work.we have a three day weekend and are planning to spend it in innsbruck.
Can you tell me what to do there.
Anything related to snow would be welcome.i have never skiied before and want to try it.
Can you suggest good ski area for beginners near to innsbruck.
We will b staying in hilton most probably because we have a lot of hilton honour poibts we want to spend but any other suggestions are welxome
I will be staying overnight in Wörgl and plan to attend the Erl Passionspiele the next afternoon. What is the best way to go from Wörgl to Erl? Train to Kufstein, then bus to Erl?
Thank yu for your help.
My husband and I are planning to spend a week in Innsbruck in early October. We've provisionally booked a hotel in the old town, and are looking forward to a fairly quiet holiday. I picked Innsbruck because it seems to offer a bit of everything - a smallish town to stroll around, lovely buildings to look at, amazing scenery, and plenty of places within reach for day trips - and we're hoping it won't be too crowded with tourists at that time of year. But most of the budget hotels (or the ones near the old town that aren't already sold out, at least) didn't appear to have restaurant facilities, so we'll be eating out every night, but whenever I do a search for 'where to eat in Innsbruck' I just get a list of fancy restaurants which are recommended for their haute cuisine. We're not interested in international fine dining, or in trendy nightclubs and cocktail bars; we were hoping more for friendly pubs serving beer, wine and local food, but also a bit of variety in menus and prices. (We stayed in a port town in France last autumn and quickly found that every restaurant in the centre had exactly the same menu and the same high prices so it didn't matter where you ate!) We'd like to be able to eat out cheaply and have a few drinks without spending a fortune, but maybe splash out on something a bit fancier for 1 or 2 occasions. Anyone got any suggestions?
Or is Innsbruck maybe not the place for us? I like a bit of culture, but have no intention of slogging around cramming in 'sights' as quickly as possible, I'd rather get to know the town and feel relaxed there; I also love scenery, but am not into strenuous exercise; and my husband's main interests are food and beer (in the absence of football, TV and the Xbox, LOL). We can still cancel the hotel, and haven't booked the flights yet, so we're not totally committed. I initially looked at Vienna and Salzburg, but they both seemed a bit 'highbrow' for us - we're certainly not planning to visit the opera or the symphony, or go to any balls! So are we likely to find enough relaxed and varied eateries and cafes in Innsbruck to suit our rather modest budget, or should we look elsewhere? Any suggestions gratefully welcomed!
Looking for any kind of information and/or contacts for long term accommodation in Mayrhofen? Ideally would like to arrive around the end of January and depart around the end of March.
I have prebooked train tickets from Innsbrueck to Verona on 12 October. When I booked and paid for these tickets, I had to book two separate legs of the journey i.e. Innsbrueck to Brenner and Brenner to Verona. The tickets seem to be open as there are no departure times mentioned on either of them. They have only the date and the bar code thing. My questions are:
1. Does this mean that I can travel at any time on that day?
2. One option available on the timetable that would suit me very well is a direct journey from Innsbrueck to Verona on a Eurocity train. Would my two part tickets be valid for this journey? I did not make a choice to travel on two separate trains, it was just the way the bookings were set up on the Austrian Rail site (through which I made the bookings). I was given no choice.
There are a number of European rail experts amongst you, so I am hoping for some advice here if at all possible. I know it is probably a dumb question but I'm not as young as I used to be, so bear with me please. Thanks in advance.
Where should I spend one night in Innsbruck? The next day how would I get to Krimml?
I will be in Innsbruck train station at night (23:44 to 01:14 time) and (04:17 to 05:22 time) waiting for the train to Vienna (the first time) and to Brenner (the second time). Meaning I will be at the train station for just over an hour in pitch nighttime. Is this safe? I'm an 18 year old well-traveled student that speaks english, italian, spanish, and french, but virtually zero german.
How long does it take to drive from munich and is it easy to drive around the city?
We are planning to reach Innsbruck from St. Moritz in the first week of October. From there we (me and my husband) plan to rent a car and drive around Austria. We have 8 full days and would like to start from Innsbruck and fly out of Vienna. Could you please suggest some places where we should definitely stop on our way and places we can stay overnight during our trip. We would like to see a little bit of everything (nature, architecture and anything else Austria is famous for).
Also needed some advice on how to rent a car (pre book it online/directly take from there) and would we require an international driving license. (We come from india).
How does one get to Hotel Diana from the train station in Seefeld? We will be going in December. I will be booking myself and my partner in for a beer bath and we hope to look around Seefeld as well.
I will be travelling from Munich to Seefeld in December and I am wondering if I should make a stop at Mittenwald or another little town along the way? Or should I just spend the whole day in Seefeld?
Any advice will be appreciated!
I am in Innsbruck on 26th May and plan to hire a vehicle to explore the city for 7 to 8 hours. What are my options on picturesque routes?
where is the location of the nest where we can fly like an eagle?
Anyone will be at Kitzbühel during this week? Any recommendation for sightseeing & after ski?
Is this mall far from Ambras castle? I mean; could I go from this mall to the castle by foot in 10 - 15 minutes?
are there any street parties or event over the new year festivities
My husband and I just returned from a wonderful trip to Europe including the wonderful areas of Innsbruck, Munich, Zurick and Zermatt. He bought a Tyrolian style hat and we enjoyed collecting pins from each place we visited. However, much to our horror, he left his hat at Security at the Rome Airport.
We are trying to reconstruct his pin collection, but I have not had any luck finding a shop selling pins online. Does anyone have any suggestion?
Thanks for your help,
My partner booked a vacation in Hotel Le Blanc, Vason (near Trento). We will have car to drive around for a week.
Please share with us any recommendations for all the best places (or should we say - the most beautiful places...) around.
We heard about Lago di Tovel. We know there are many other beautiful places. We only know Val Gardena area.
Heard about Parco naturale di Adamello-Brenta. what are the "must see" places in it?
Any recommendations for day trips (by car) or for day hikes (preferably those that combine uphill cable-car/lift and walk on top of the mountain or downhill...)are most welcome!