Innsbruck is a boutique-sized centre of urban cool, cosmopolitan yet charming, modern yet traditional. Book your cheap flights to Innsbruck with Flybe and discover all the delights Innsbruck has to offer.
Innsbruck calls itself the capital of the Alps, and little wonder, given its unrivalled proximity to dozens of perfect pistes and the sheer number of winter activities on offer.
Skiers, snowboarders and winter hikers flock to the region, but alternative ways to hit the snow include racing down the Olympic bob sleigh track, tobogganing fun for all the family, climbing frozen waterfalls and romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides through the spectacular snowy landscape. When it’s time to come down from the slopes you’ll find cultural treasures, cosy cafés, delightful eateries and a warm welcome everywhere you go.
This stunning city is located in the west of Austria, on the river Inn, at the foot of the high Alps, in the area of Tyrol. The city is a famous Austrian, ski resort of Winter Sports, known for its famous ski jump Bergisel. If you're looking for things to do in Innsbruck you'll find riding the new Nordkettenbahnen both an exhilarating and beautiful scenic experience. The funicular, designed by architect Zaha Hadid, begins in the heart of the city and carries you across the river Inn and up to Hungerburg, where cable cars take you farther up to Seegrube and on to 2,300-meter-high Hafelekar for 360-degree views. Restaurants and viewing platforms are at each stopping point, and if you fancy some adventure various hiking trails span the mountains.
Dining in Innsbruck
Dining in Innsbruck
Why not combine history and food for a unique dining experience? Places such as the Ottoburg make this possible! The 900-year-old building is now a series of distinctive dining rooms, all located on different levels. With a wide selection of traditional Austrian food such as goulash, schnitzel and apple strudel you’ll be spoilt for choice and presented with the chance to dine with beautiful views of the Alps.
If you are looking for a more modern experience try the Lichtblick for panoramic rooftop views and glass surroundings. With an extensive selection of Austrian wines and mouth-watering menu you can sit back and enjoy the scene. In fine weather it is worth reserving a table outside on the terrace.