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Cable Car Round-Trip from Innsbruck to Hungerburg
"Once you meet at a designated meeting point in Innsbruck you can get ready for this round-trip to Innsbruck's Nordkette which is a part of Austria's largest natural park. Once you get to the 300-meter high mountain station of the cable car Hungerburg (designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid) you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. After reaching the Hungerburg station a short walk across Hermann Buhl Square named after the world-famous Austrian mountaineer you will be led to the cable car station. Europe’s highest-lying Zoo (750 m) is located on the foot of the Nordkette right above the capital city of Tyrol with an unique view over the surrounding mountains."
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Bergisel Ski Jump Arena Entrance Ticket in Innsbruck
"The ShowDaily Show Skijumper from May until November from 10-12 am and 1-3 pm. (no windy conditions)The ascent Athletic individuals can take the 455 steps from the eastern entrance of the stadium to the ski jump tower by foot. to ascend to the tower with the new inclined elevator.The elevator transports up to 350 people per hour covering the 250 meter stretch between the entrance and the tower in 2 minutes.Visitors get on the elevator here and ride up to the ""Bergisel Sky"" restaurant. The tower The shaft of the tower is built on a 16 by 20 meter foundation pl storage and staff rooms as well as the entrance storey.A three-store steel construction has been added to the tower's concrete shaft containing the restaurant panorama platform and rescue station.The projecting levels protrude up to 12 meters beyond the tower's shaft.The visitor elevator travels up to the terrace level of approx. 43.5 meters.The panorama restaurant ""SKY"" The restau""
From EUR10.00
 
Cable Car Round-Trip from Innsbruck to Hungerburg
"Once you meet at a designated meeting point in Innsbruck you can get ready for this round-trip to Innsbruck's Nordkette which is a part of Austria's largest natural park. Once you get to the 300-meter high mountain station of the cable car Hungerburg (designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid) you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. After reaching the Hungerburg station a short walk across Hermann Buhl Square named after the world-famous Austrian mountaineer you will be led to the cable car station. Europe’s highest-lying Zoo (750 m) is located on the foot of the Nordkette right above the capital city of Tyrol with an unique view over the surrounding mountains."
From EUR9.00

EuroCity trains

I arrived in Innsbruck on a EuroCity train from Verona, and left twenty-four hours later on the same train bound for Munich. The journey took three and a half hours from Verona to Innsbruck, over the...
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Nemorino
May 23, 2014

utilizing special train discounts and free stops

When I finally got word that my father and sister were coming to Munich for a visit, I started looking for things to do in Bavaria and also neighboring countries. I wanted to take them to Italy but...
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richiecdisc
May 05, 2014

Scenic train ride through the mountains

We did this trip some time ago (and actually contined on through to Switzerland; Zurich, I think). Our daughter was 5 at the time. Room for some luggage by the doors of the train. So it is certainly...
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GrumpyDiver
Aug 30, 2009

Scenic train ride through the mountains

We did this trip some time ago (and actually contined on through to Switzerland; Zurich, I think). Our daughter was 5 at the time. Room for some luggage by the doors of the train. So it is certainly...
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GrumpyDiver
Aug 30, 2009

Trains PLUS Metro Buses...Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof

The train station is a modern and bright facility and easy to figure out...from what I could see..and the regional bus station is conveniently situated right next door to the train station...There are...
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Greggor58
Oct 26, 2008

Train ride

You can get to Innsbruck by train aswell, of course. I will give you the approximate time distances from some bigger cities:VIENNA to Innsbruck: approx. 5 hours with the fastest nonstop train...
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flyfreak
Jul 31, 2007

Innsbruck main station

This is a busy and pleasant railroad station, with trains going to Italy, Switzerland, Germany and of course all parts of Austria. Second photo: Trains in the Innsbruck station. Third photo: Inside...
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Nemorino
Oct 11, 2006

The New train Station

The newly constructed train station was finally finished this spring - it is located on the left side of the old one and is all made out of glass...it is very handy that right next to it is the bus...
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desert_princess
Nov 18, 2005

Train

Innsbruck is an international city, on the long western tip of Austria. The narrow stretch of Austria where Innsbruck lies is just a stone throw to Germany and Italy. It's no surprise then to find it...
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antistar
Jun 03, 2005

Arrive in Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof

When arriving by train in Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof it is quite easy to reach the very centre of town and even the famous "Goldenes Dachl" within a walk of just 15-20 minues.Innsbruck is quite small and...
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globetrott
May 20, 2005

Innsbruck - Graz by train

It's about 6 hours by train from Graz, we had to change in Bischofshofen. You pass through Zell am See & Kitzbuehel. Coming back, we stayed up til 2am to catch the Zurich train that would take us...
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orlikins
Jan 21, 2003

A dark train ride

Oh, and if you sit in the train, it's dark outside and you're tired from a day at the skijumping feel free to fall asleep like these Croatian eagles did ;-) This time Nykaenen is really sleeping, not...
sabsi
Jan 09, 2003
 
 
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Tiroler Landestheater

I've been wanting to come to this summer festival ever since Miah Persson sang Almirena here in Haendel's Rinaldo in 2002. (I missed her in Innsbruck, but saw her in the same production in Berlin a...
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Triumphpforte

At the very far south end of Maria-Theresienstraße is the Triumpforte (Triumphal Arch), another great photo opportunity for mixing gorgeous mountain scenery with architectural grandeur. Created in...
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Hofburg

Hofburg translates as “Imperial Palace”. It’s a a former Habsburg palace and is regarded as one of the three most significant cultural buildings in the country (along with the Hofburg Palace and...
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Patscherkofel

Starting from the top of the mountain Patscherkofel you can walk along a very nice hiking track called the "Zirbenweg". It has its name from the trees you find along the way - the Swiss stone pine....
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Goldenes Dachl

this contraption was made by Holy Roman Emperor Maxmillian I during his Marriage to the Daughter of the Duke of Milan Bianca Maria Sforza in 1500 AD mainly to answer the many rumors that the Holy...
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Stadtturm (City Tower)

Easy not to get lost in the Altstadt, just head for City Tower. At 51 metres in height it is easily seen! The Tower was built between 1442 and 1450 as an extension of the former City Hall. It's one...
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