HomeManchester To Innsbruck Manchester to InnsbruckWith its unrivalled proximity to dozens of perfect pistes and the impressive number of winter activities on offer, Innsbruck is known as the capital of the Alps. Skiers, snowboarders and winter hikers flock to the region, but there are a myriad of other ways to hit the snow including bobsleighs, toboggans and even four-legged fun.When it’s time to come down from the slopes, Innsbruck is a boutique-sized centre of urban cool. Cosmopolitan yet charming, modern yet traditional – you’ll find cultural treasures, cosy cafés, delightful eateries and a warm welcome everywhere you go. Whether your flight from Manchester to Innsbruck is to hit the slopes or see the sights, this alpine jewel guarantees a spectacular winter break.For the latest information on our flight schedules from Manchester (MAN) to Innsbruck (INN), take a look at our Flybe timetable page for this route, and for the return journey, take a look at the Innsbruck to Manchester page.For tips and guidance about your trip from Manchester to Innsbruck, see our sections below. In a hurry? Then use the list below to fast-forward to the information you need.Jump To:Getting to Manchester AirportManchester Airport DeparturesInnsbruck Airport ArrivalsHotelsThings to seeBars and restaurantsGetting more from your trip to InnsbruckBeyond InnsbruckGetting to Manchester AirportGetting to Manchester Airport for your flight to Innsbruck is easy, as the airport is well situated with excellent public transport connections and ample parking. You'll find full details on our Getting to Manchester Airport page.Manchester Airport DeparturesAt a glance:Short stay and long stay car parkingBook in advance via Flybe.com or book nowPublic transportBus, train, coach and tram links to the airport station1 hour of free WiFi throughoutBookable Fast Track SecurityBookable Escape LoungeCafés and restaurantsShopping including Duty FreeFor more detailed information, visit our dedicated Manchester Airport information page.Check-in and bag drop at Manchester AirportWherever possible, we recommend you check-in online before your flight to Innsbruck. However, if this is not possible, you can check-in and collect your boarding pass at Manchester Airport free of charge. Read more about the check-in options available by airport.Terminal 3 - Facilities before SecurityNewsagentsCafésTerminal 3 - Facilities after SecurityCafés and restaurantsEscape LoungeRetailers:Duty FreeFashion and accessoriesAudio, electrical and musicHealth and beautyNewsagentsTravel To Manchester AirportInnsbruck Airport Arrivals (INN)At a glance:3 miles from city centre15 minutes’ drive to city centre in normal trafficPublic transportBus route F serves the Innsbruck Airport Arrivals area and can take you into the city centre and to the train station in around 20 minutes.Taxi standCar hireBook now through our preferred partners Avis or BudgetFree WiFi for up to 30 minutesCafés and restaurantsIn Arrivals areaATM and bureau de changeIn Arrivals areaShopping in ArrivalsSupermarketTo find out more, visit our dedicated flights to Innsbruck page and browse other available routes.Visiting InnsbruckA cultural vibe pulses through Innsbruck, and while it's a cosmopolitan city where the tourism industry thrives, it has managed to retain its picture-book historic charm. Here are our tips on getting the most out of your flights from Manchester to Innsbruck.Hotels in InnsbruckFlybe works in partnership with Booking.com to make it even easier to help you find the perfect hotel in Innsbruck. Whether you’re travelling on a shoestring, a mid-range budget or keen to splurge on some luxury, Innsbruck has accommodation to suit every pocket and every taste.Things to see in InnsbruckFlying from Manchester to Innsbruck, you’ll find a spellbinding city where sleek modernity perfectly complements charming Austrian tradition.Flybe recommends…NordkettenbahnenTransport yourself from the buzz of the city to the serenity of the mountains in just 20 minutes via Zaha Hadid’s space-age funicular railway. An unforgettable experience with out-of-this-world views.OlympiabobbahnFor an adrenaline-fuelled, hair-raising thrill, hop aboard a bobsled with a professional driver and zoom down the bobsleigh course built for the 1976 Winter Olympics. Book in advance.Tiroler Landesmuseum FerdinandeumBronze Age treasures, Gothic masterpieces, and modern rebels sit side-by-side throughout this treasure trove of Tyrolean art. The museum is home to several collections and a constant rotation of fascinating temporary exhibitions.Bars and restaurants in InnsbruckInnsbruck is home to a broad range of bars and eateries – from traditional alehouses, award-winning restaurants and sophisticated cocktail bars – there’s a place to suit every taste and budget.Flybe recommends...Die WilderinA trendy, relaxed hub for sampling the best of the local in-season produce sourced from foraging and regional farms.PavilionAn elegant glass cube housing a fusion menu with a nod to the Mediterranean, Pavilion is a highlight of Innsbruck’s culinary scene.360ºDrink in the views with a morning coffee or a sunset cocktail at this bar with spectacular panoramic vistas of the city and the peaks beyond.Getting more from your trip to InnsbruckWhether you’re there for the sights or the snow, Innsbruck has a lot to offer. From shopping for Swarovski crystal, to exploring the medieval Old Town, you’ll easily fill your time after your flight from Manchester to Innsbruck.Flybe recommends…Shopping in InnsbruckThe Swarovski Shop on Herzog-Friedrich Strasse is a sparkling wonderland of jewellery, watches and even binocularss’Culinarium is a shop and bar selling Austrian wines, honey, schnapps and other Tyrolean goodiesIf you’re in Innsbruck from mid November, the city’s stunning Christmas markets are a mustNightlife in InnsbruckThe trendy Hofgarten Café is home to a pretty beer garden and DJ sessionsTheresienbräu is a buzzing microbrewery offering buttery pretzels and live rock bandsIn Vinum is a cosy little wine bar offering Austria’s finest wines at a very reasonable priceBeyond InnsbruckSeveral ski areas are linked by shuttle bus from Innsbruck. The nearby ski village of Igls has spectacular views over the city and ski runs suitable for all levels, while expert skiers should head for the Hungerburg-SeegrubeThe village of Seefeld stretches across the Inn Valley and at its heart lies a fifteenth-century parish church, St Oswald’s, housing incredible frescoes and Gothic wall reliefsInnsbruck lies in the Inn Valley; a great way to explore slightly further afield is with a walking tour along the riverbank.