Flying to Innsbruck

Tucked behind the Austrian Alps

Continental climate

8 degrees

1 hour and 25 minutes

Innsbruck, nestled behind the Austrian Alps, is a relatively small city with cobbled streets and picturesque architecture. It's a great starting point for an active skiing holiday, but you'll also be amazed by the many things you can do during the rest of the year.

Places to visit in Innsbruck

Summer is a fantastic time to discover beautiful Innsbruck. The symbol of the city is the Goldenes Dachl (the Golden Roof), the gilded balcony on Hofgasse in the charming old town. The balcony has stood firm under the feet if many archdukes and emperors over the centuries. More noble heritage can be found in the imposing Ambras Castle and the imperial Hofburg Palace. And your children will love a day at the Alpine zoo, where they won't just see unique animal species, but can also feed and pet some of them. There is no doubt that Innsbruck offers plenty of inspiration for every visitor!

Discover Innsbruck

The landscape in and around the city is spectacular and the choice enormous: avid winter sports enthusiasts are in for a treat. Innsbruck is the gateway to many winter sport destinations that guarantee snow, but there are also seven ski slopes directly around the city. Why not try them all with one single ski pass: the Innsbrucker Gletsjer pass. Don't worry about transport: the ski buses run frequently and are free of charge. You might also be surprised to know that Innsbruck is also a true paradise for those who don't ski. You can go cross-country skiing, tobogganing, mountain hiking, ice skating, visit the Olympic bobsleigh track or even go on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride.

Practical information on your trip to Innsbruck

  • In Austria you pay in euros

  • There is no time difference between Austria and Eindhoven

  • The emergency number in Austria is the same as in the Netherlands: 112

  • You can safely drink the tap water in Austria

  • You won't need a travel adapter in Austria

Pictures of Innsbruck

Historic street in Innsbruck

Mountain goat in Innsbruck

St. Jacob's Cathedral in Innsbruck

Flight tickets from Eindhoven to Innsbruck

You can fly from Eindhoven Airport directly to Innsbruck in Austria with Transavia.

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