Cheap Flights to Innsbruck

Innsbruck overview

When is the best time to fly to Innsbruck?

The best time to visit this beautiful city very much depends on what type of holiday you are looking for. As a top-class winter sports destination, the ideal time for skiing enthusiasts is to book flights to Innsbruck from December through to April. If you wish to spend your time enjoying the city itself, then the months of June to August are ideal, as the temperatures are much more suited to strolling through the city streets. Be aware that the nights are still very cool at this time though so remember to pack a jumper.

The best time to bag yourself cheap flights to Innsbruck is during the months of September through to November. This is the quietest time of the year here, so things may be a little slower than usual during this period. However, the mountains will be awash with the colours of autumn, making for a spectacular sight.

Innsbruck overview

Surrounded by breathtaking rugged mountain terrain, the historic city of Innsbruck has a picture-postcard quality about it. The beautiful architecture of the medieval old town, with ages-old buildings lining narrow streets, blends seamlessly with the more modern elements of the city, such as hip boutiques and lively beer gardens. In fact, Innsbruck has become renowned in recent years for its vibrant nightlife scene, offering a little something for all tastes, from traditional brew houses to chic wine bars. Nights are certainly never dull here.

Innsbruck has long been synonymous with winter sports and the city has twice been given the honour of hosting the Winter Olympics. As such, the area remains one of the best destinations for those who enjoy partaking in winter activities. In addition to offering world-class skiing facilities, Innsbruck is also popular with hikers and mountaineers. Away from the more strenuous pursuits and back in the city itself, there is a wealth of history and culture to explore, from the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum and Ambras Castle, to the magnificent Imperial Palace. An attraction which gets a little closer to nature is the unique Alpine Zoo, Europe's highest animal park, and home to many rare Alpine species such as the bearded vulture.

Getting around Innsbruck

The city centre, particularly in the old town area, is very compact and so ideal for getting around on foot. There is a special bus service called The Sightseer which connects some of the major attractions in the area, such as the Alpine Zoo. Standard buses and trams link Innsbruck to surrounding villages.

Getting from the Airport to the City

Once landing on your flights to Innsbruck, getting to the city from Innsbruck Airport (INN) is a very straightforward process as the distance between the two locations is only 2.5 miles (4km). By car, it is a simple straight run along the A12, which is the major road in this area. Public transport options are varied and include shuttles and taxis. A regular bus service runs approximately every 15 minutes from the airport to the city centre.

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How much do things cost in Innsbruck?

Bottle of wine
$ 8.53
Large bottle of water
$ 0.87
Pack of Marlboro cigarettes
$ 6.83
1 km taxi journey
$ 3.55
Taxi - fixed fee
$ 8.53
Petrol (1 litre)
$ 1.76
1 hour taxi waiting fee
$ 42.66
Clothing & Shoes
Pair of jeans
$ 85.31
Pair of Nike shoes
$ 104.87
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre)
$ 3.84
3 course meal for 2
$ 56.88
Cheap meal
$ 14.22
Small bottle of water (0.33 litre)
$ 3.33
How much does a beer cost in Innsbruck?
Imported beer (0.33 litre)
$ 5
Local draught beer (0.5 litre)
$ 5
Bottle of local beer (0.5 litre)
$ 1
Bottle of beer (imported beer)
$ 2

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More information about Innsbruck

  • As a city that has hosted the Winter Olympics twice now, Innsbruck is ideally located for a fun-filled winter break
  • Have a wander around the beautiful and picturesque Old Town and appreciate the city’s many splendid historic buildings
  • After its Olympic heritage and part in the 2008 European Championships, Innsbruck is full of great resorts
  • In Innsbruck’s Old Town you will find the astonishing Goldenes Dachl or Golden Roof made from 2657 gilded roof tiles
  • Book flights to Kranebitten Airport, which hosts regular flights from the majority of major European cities
  • Explore the enormous Bergisel ski jump stadium, widely considered one of the city’s main attractions
  • Commonly known as the largest ski resort in the Alps, Innsbruck is a fantastic place for skiing, and winter sports
  • Enjoy a trip to the Alpenzoo and see many of the local Alpine animals you might otherwise fail to catch a glimpse of
  • Enjoy a day trip from Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof to major European cities, such as Munich, Venice and Zurich
  • Search Cheapflights to find great deals on last minute flights to Innsbruck – Austria’s winter destination

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