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Innsbruck Airport Car Hire

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Situated in the Tyrol region of western Austria, Innsbruck is an efficient and friendly small airport that handles the thousands of tourists that annually pass through its gates en route to the delights of the magnificent region of mountains and meadows both for the winter ski-ing and the summer mountain trekking as well as the more leisurely pursuits available throughout the towns and cities that are dotted around within a short drive. For instance, the Austrian resorts of Seefeld ,St. Anton, Ischgl, Kitzbühel and Val Gardena, areno more than a mere hour's drive away away.

Lying just outside of the town of Innsbruck the airport is noted for its speedy transfer of its customers. It is well equipped with all of the normal facilities one would expect from an airport of its type. These include a well stocked duty-free shop, a bank, ATMs, Bureau de Change, a newsagent, children's play areas, a gift shop, a travel Agent, a tourist help desk operated by English speaking staff , and a variety of bars, cafes and restaurants.

Other facilities include a first aid station, baby and parent room and good disabled access and other facilities. Parking is well provided for with over 500 long term spaces on offer. The airport has only one hotel on site, but there is plenty of accommodation available including the top class Hotel Altstadt Radisson and the Crowne Plaza just a short drive away in Innsbruck itself.

Events in Innsbruck

Innsbruck holds an international film festival in late May.

As an ex location for the Winter Olympics, the region is the venue for a whole range of winter sporting events. Check with the tourist board before departure.

About Innsbruck

Innsbruck itself is a good starting point. As the capital of the region, perched among the Tyrolean Alps, the city is an interesting and pretty place to spend some time. Its Hofburg palace and the Hofkirche, a Renaissance-style church of the 16th-century are particularly fine. Innsbruck a number of good museums including the Ferdinandeum which are well worth a visit. Shopping trips can be rewarding.

Everything from the quaint leiderhausen and William Tell type souvenirs for example, - to sophisticated clothing stores and good antique and bric a brac shops. If you are in the market for outdoor sports wear and ski equipment, this is the place for you.

There are many excellent restaurants and bars in the city. Tyrolean cuisine is very special and the beers of the region are exceptional. However the main attractions of the region lie in the surrounding, breathtakingly beautiful Tyrolean mountain country.