Book flights to Innsbruck (Tyrol) (INN) with Eurowings for as little as EUR 64.99*.
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The Tyrolean capital is especially popular for winter sports. Hundreds of skiers from around the world travel to Innsbruck (INN) each year to cruise down the many slopes. Innsbruck (INN) has many interesting sights to offer as well as many beautiful hotels, some of which also have relaxing spa areas. The Catholic and Protestant churches and the many theaters, such as the Innsbruck (INN) Freies Theater, the Theater Melone or Westbahntheater are of particular interest. Art enthusiasts may be drawn to one of the museums, such as the Tyrolean State Museum, the Alpine Club Museum or the armory. Innsbruck (INN) does of course boast some lovely restaurants offering local specialties.
Book your Innsbruck (INN) flights now and enjoy a charming city with mountain views. Innsbruck is a particularly popular winter destination for many winter sports enthusiasts. Innsbruck attracts many tourists every year as it was a former venue for the Olympic Games (1964 and 1976), the annual Four Hills Tournament and the Air & Style Snowboard Contest. The Gothic Austrian city also has a lot to offer off the slopes, such as the Goldenes Dachl, a charming landmark dating back to the 15th century. Book your flights to Innsbruck (INN) today and let yourself be carried away by this enchanting city and its limitless leisure options.
The capital of Tyrol in Austria is tacitly known as the "Capital of the Alps". Innsbruck is surrounded by mountains, not far from the Brenner Pass towards South Tyrol. Innsbruck is renowned for its many sporting events. Discover Innsbruck in the winter when you arrive for the annual Four Hills Tournament or the Air & Style Snowboard Contest. But the city has much to offer tourists in the summer too, such as the Boulder World Cup or the International Film Festival Innsbruck. The city's landmark is the Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof), a late Gothic alcove balcony with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles. Other sightseeing attractions not to be missed include the Basilica Wilten, the imperial court chapel and the Ambras Castle. If you'd like something more modern on your trip to Innsbruck, you should definitely plan a visit to the casino. Book your Innsbruck (INN) flights now and enjoy the vast mountain panorama of Austria.