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Private Transfers to Innsbruck
By choosing to book a private transfer from or to Innsbruck you make sure that your holiday has a smooth start and finish. Especially if you are travelling with children or carrying sports equipment you probably don’t want to faff around with public transport or have to deal with extreme weather conditions in the winter. Some companies offer resort transfers in 4 wheel drive minibuses for extra safety and the drivers will be experienced in difficult conditions. Resort Transfer drivers usually know the shortcuts for beating traffic jams in the busiest periods.
Your private resort transfer driver will meet you and take you from Innsbruck straight to your destination. On the way back they will suggest a pick up time based on the weather and traffic forecast. A private transfer from Innsbruck is the most convenient, comfortable and quickest way to travel.
Shared Transfers to Innsbruck
Save money and help the environment by booking shared transfers from Innsbruck.
Almost everywhere you look you will see distant, snowcapped mountains and a true Alpine landscape. However, when you are strolling around the medieval Old Town (Altstadt) of Innsbruck, the mountains begin to vanish from view and your eyes are drawn to the architecture and shop windows, particularly along streets such as the Herzog Friedrich Strasse, home of the city`s extravagant Golden Roof (Goldenes Dachl).
Innsbruck has twice played host to the prestigious Winter Olympic Games, in 1964 and again in 1976. The surrounding mountain range comprises the Alps and also the Tuxer mountains, and in the winter months, becomes nothing short of a skiing Mecca. In fact, you can even ski in the summer on the nearby Stubai Glacier, which stands just a short distance from the south of central Innsbruck.
During the summer months, there is still much to see around the city, including many mountain creatures at the Alpine Zoo (Alpenzoo), seasonal flowers at the University Botanical Gardens, and some historic medieval architecture, such as the Stadtturm. Also known as the Town Tower, the spectacular views from the top of the Stadtturm are worth experiencing.