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Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol is an internationally renowned winter sports centre located in the heart of the Alps. The beautiful Karwendel mountain chain in the north and the Patscherkofel mountain in the south with their high peaks and endless holiday resorts that surround Innsbruck, make the city a paradise for all winter and summer activities like skiing, alpine touring, cross-country-skiing, sledding, ice skating, hiking, climbing, mountain biking and golfing.

Some of the most popular ski resorts near Innsbruck are the Igls, Ischgl, St Anton am Arlberg, Solden, Obergurgl, Mayrhofen, Lech, Gerlos, Seefeld, Serfaus, Soll and many more.

Famous Innsbruck attractions include Innsbruck’s Old Town (a small area of medieval houses attractively painted in pastel colours), the Inn Bridge, the Golden Roof at the heart of the Old Town, the Kaiserliche Hofburg (the Imperial Palace), the Hofkirche (Imperial Church), Cathedral St. James, Altes Landhaus (old federal state parliament) and the Ambras Castle which is located out of the town. Olympia World complex and its Tivoli Neu Stadium are the two top-level sports facilities in the Tyrolean capital. Cultural important events in Innsbruck: Tanzsommer Dance festival, Festwochen der Alten Musik (Festival of Early Music), the Bergsilvester (an enjoyable program of live music and shows).

Bus and tram are the main modes of public transportation in Innsbruck. There are more than twenty bus lines and few areas come under special zone called "Kernzone", which takes standard fares and not as per distance covered.

Innsbruck main train station Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is located at Sudtiroler Platz east of the city centre and it offers very good connections to all major cities in its neighbourhood. There are several other stations which serve suburban and regional train connections. The suburban train system S-Bahn connects Innsbruck to villages and towns around the city, from Landeck to Kufstein or Kitzbuhel and from Mittenwald to Brennero.

A special Innsbruck Card allows free entry to all the public transports, museums, sights, attractions, and free trip on a Innsbruck Sightseeing bus as well as entrance to Swarovski Crystal Worlds and mint tower in Hall.

Private Innsbruck taxi or private tour from Innsbruck to famous ski resorts or other destinations are available with City Airport Taxis – enjoy the private ride with a luxury car and a professional and experienced English speaking driver at low and affordable prices.

Innsbruck Airport (INN) also known as Kranebitten Airport is located 5 km west of Innsbruck and is a home base of Tyrolean Airways, Austrian airlines and Welcome Air. During the winter season, the airport is extremely busy since for reaching Austria popular skiing resorts, Innsbruck airport is the most convenient departure point.

Innsbruck Airport transfer to Innsbruck hotels, private addresses or the train station in Innsbruck can be pre booked on line from EUR 40,00.

From the main train terminal you will find connections from Innsbruck Airport to ski resorts in Seefeld, St. Anton and Kitzbuehel.

Book your Innsbruck airport transfer to ski resorts in Austria, Italy and Switzerland with City Airport Taxis and save time and money!

For more information about Innsbruck airport, visit the official website:

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