I am crossing Austria and will be in Vienna and Salzburg before Innsbruck. Just trying to figure out how many days are recommended. I think 2 will be enough for the city. What day trips are suggested (including southern Germany)? Using public transportation.
Hi, I'll be in Innsbruck during Christmas and i just can't seem to find a place to eat on Christmas Eve dinner. Just a casual good restaurant that is child friendly. Can anyone suggest somewhere please??
Hey all am planning a trip starting from Italy Milan 3 days in Lake como than flight to Munich spend few days and than visit Innsbruck and Salzburg by train roundtrip to Munich ?
Is it a good idea if i am interested in snow and beautiful scenery ?? Anyone did it in this period or similar trip??
I have at all around 10 days !
We will fly to Zurich at 18.01 (already been in Zurich) .
we want travel with OBB trains to Innsbruck for 1 night (we been in Innsbruck but we want to see this beautiful city in the snow) and than we will travel to Vienna with OBB trains again .
I have some questions:
We don't like ski so any recommend without ski will be good.
How much it cold in innsbruck and Vienna at January?
It will be snow in the streets in innsbruck and vienna?
How the OBB trains service ?
There is an option that the trains will stop working because the snow? It is usually happen?
I will be staying in Mutters and will use STB tram to travel to the city. How I can buy tickets? Are they available inside or I need to buy them in advance?
Hi there, we are a young family and will be travelling with our 3 young kids age 5yr ,3yr and 1yr. We be there in April and be staying in Garmisch. I was thinking of driving down to Innsbruck for a day trip. I have read alot about Hungerburg & Seegrube and it sounds beautiful to be up there. I was thinking of spending half a day up and then the rest of day in Innsbruck Old Town. I have few question to ask and hope my fellow VTs can help me on this.
(1) How long is the drive from Garmish to Seegrube Innsbruck?
(2)As i will be crossing border is there any toll that I will pass through?
(3) Where can I park my car to visit these places?
(4) How long is the cable car ride up? I am planning to go all the way up where I read I must take another cable car at Hafelekar .
(5) Is the Innsbruck Old Town nearby?
We are basically more interested in the views of the surrounding to take beautiful pictures. Not much activities we can do as our kids are still young. Once we are in town we just plan to walk around and 'feel' the city. After that we make our way back to Garmish.
Thank you in advance.
I am planning a trip to Innsbruck in mid Jan 2016 for two days. Please suggest how i can utilize this time in the city and area near by such as hall in tirol. What are the places i should visit. I understand its not possible to cover everything in two days but i want to catch the essence of the place and do not want to miss something that i could have visited easily but left it due to poor selection of places to visit.
Hi! Does anyone know if there is a room escape game in Innsbruck? Thanks!
Has anyone visited the Swarovski Crystal Worlds near Innsbruck?
Would you recommend a visit with 2 kids aged 2 and 4?
We are reaching innsbruck by flight on 19th June morning for 3 days. Want to do cable car, a farm visit with fruit picking, trout fishing, swaroski , good food, scenic rides. Can you suggest how to go about this.
I will be arriving in Innsbruck on 4th Aug Morning.I would like to rent a motorbike .I would like to know if an Indian driving License would be valid to ride a Motobike in Austria and can you let if we can rent a bike in Austria and the cost too?
Hi, we will be in Innsbruck for a few days in June. And we would like to take a day trip out to Hohe Tauern for some hiking. We are wondering if anyone could recommend a hike route that would allow us to see both Krimml and the Grossglockner. Is there a visitor centre that we can start from so we could get some maps? In addition, is there public transportation there from Innsbruck? Thanks!
We are going to be in Innsbruck in Sept and wondering if football games are televised? The game we want to see is playing at 7:30 CST (chicago time) so that will be 2:30am in Austria. We are staying at Hotel Central. Any help would be appreciated.
I would like to purchase music box. I bought a cuckoo clock in Innsbruck several years ago and they had some nice ones.
I'm thinking of doing a short day trip from Munich to Innsbruck by train. Any thoughts on the amount of time needed to explore Innsbruck for the day? I understand I can't see everything but looking for a diversion from Munich.
How many Roman Catholic Churches are there in Innsbruck? I visited one in a Museum, St. James Cathedral, a (?) St.Joseph's Church next btom the Hilton Hotel where we stayed, another at Maria-Therea street, and so on.
They are extraordinary and splendid Gothic structures with sculptures and frescos the best we have ever seen. I wish I know the names of these Churches.
I am travelling to Innsbruck next week for 5 days with my 8.year old daughter to visit friends. They have advised me to get a pass for the lifts and swimming pools etc can you advise me on what it is called and how I go about getting 1 and the price
Hallo Community, ich schreibe jetzt einfach mal auf deutsch, da ich davon ausgehe, dass nur Einheimische Innsbrucker mir bei dieser Sache helfen können.
Wir wollen einen etwas ausgefallenen Junggesellenabschied in Innsbruck organisieren und benötigen dafür eine Unterkunft für 7 Personen für ein Wochenende im August (22.-24.08.) in der Nähe eines ruhigen Waldes oder kleinen Berges. Wir wollen in der kleinen Runde ein paar lustige Ritterspiele für den Jungesellen machen und hätten daher gerne unsere Ruhe. Das soll bis in den Nachmittag hinein gehen und anschließend wollen wir in die Innenstadt und eine Bar Hopping Tour machen. Also kein ganz klassischer JGA...
Wäre also eine Unterkunft (am liebsten ein Appartment, oder ein Hotel mit Mehrbettzimmern) in Fußnähe eines Waldes und in Taxi nähe (10-15 min Autofahrt) von der Innenstadt.
Hat jemand einen Tipp für mich?
HI . we come from Iran and we want to visit Austria in late july for two weeks .after 6 hours flight we will arrive to vienna airport then we plan to go to innsbruck at the same day and stay there for 12 nights and have day trips to different cities from there and then come back to vienna and stay there for 3 nights. do you think is it better to go to innsbruck first by train then rent a car or rent a car as we arrive at the vienna airport?
how do you pay a parking fine for innsbruck
We will be travelling from Innsbruck to Venice in the middle of April 2014.Was planning on going via Cortina d Ampezzo, is this the best route to see the Dolimites or is there any other routes open that time of year, the vehicle we are driving has snow tyres fitted. Thanks
I WILL BE IN INNSBRUCK for 2 days or 1 day and i get tour to much 1 day i should take i or stay for 2 days if u can provide me place i should visit thx
I was in Innsbruck 9 weeks ago (Oct. 2013) and a guide took our group into a small courtyard in the Olde Town section of Innsbruck. There were carved dark wood railings on at least 3 sides going up 3 or 4 floors. It was striking against the light colored walls. There was a small fountain against one wall. I can't recall what she said the building once was. Was it an early school or hospital? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Innsbruck was so lovely and charming to visit. I hope to return and spend more time exploring its historic treasures.
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!
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?
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
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!