Favourite hotels in Innsbruck

As capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck is the seat of the Tyrolean regional parliament, government, numerous authorities and the church as well as being the home of the Leopold-Franzens-University since 1669.
Against the fabulous alpine backdrop of the Inn valley, the Winter Olympics were held here in both 1964 und 1976. The city, a well-loved tourist and winter sport resort, is surrounded by imposing mountains. The Olympia Skiworld Innsbruck is an Eldorado for skiers, snowboarders, carvers deep snow fanatics and cross-country fans and it offers everything you could possibly want: easy slopes for beginners, difficult ones for advanced skiers, extreme areas for professionals, family areas and fun for children, certain snow and a free ski bus all season. The best train and lift network connects 8 skiing regions with 200 lifts bringing you to 500km of perfectly prepared piste, numerous touring routes and deep snow areas.


Altitude: 900–2.250m

• Total number of lifts: 8
• Cable-cars: 1
• Chairlifts: 3
• T-bar lifts: 4

• Total number of kilometres: 15
• Blue Pistes (easy): 7km
• Red pistes (average): 7km
• Black pistes (difficult): 1km

Winter activities:
• Cross-country ski-trails: 7km
• Winter hiking paths: 30km
• Tobaggan run: 1/3km
• Children: Sunny Kids Park
• Miscellaneous: Paragliding, Olympic bob and tobaggan run (12km)

Ski pass:
• Adults: 6 days EUR 105,– to EUR 121,– pp
• Children: 6 days EUR 53,– to EUR 61,– pc

Ski school:
• Adults: 5 days about EUR 132,– pp
• Children: 5 days about EUR 126,– pc

Ski & Snowboard rental at Sport 2000:
• Top wintersports equipment at fair rates Alternative: Summer description
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