Skiing in Innsbruck (Austria) Reviews
Newest Review: ... landing was very very rough because there was poor weather in the valley, and many people on board the plane left feeling rather ill! The airport itself is quite small but very clean and modern. However, it is lacking in facilities such as restaurants once you go through security - there is only one small cafe which gets extremely busy. So beware and make sure that if you want to eat before you fly, go to the restaurant upstairs at the airport before you go through security. The security checks are quite stringent - one of our bags was scanned five times and emptied before we were allowed through. They are also enforcing the no liquid... more
Customer Skiing in Innsbruck (Austria) Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/06/08 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I am reviewing Innsbruck airport, not the resort. Easyjet, British Airways and Monarch all fly into Innsbruck from the UK and it is growing in popularity for people going ski-ing within a radius of about 70 miles of the airport. The descent into the airport is tricky for pilots (so we have been told) as it is right in the middle of a mountainous valley. However on a clear and calm day the views are stupendous. However, on one occasion the landing was very very rough because there was poor weather in the valley, and many people on board the plane left feeling rather ill! The airport itself is quite small but very clean and modern. However, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/04, updated on 03/09/04 (Very useful, 176 readings)
Well that?s a bit of a lie as I visited Innsbruck during its heady highs of summer and thus the elusive ski bunny slipped through my grasp again, but that?s not to say I didn?t enjoy my stay in this delightful little town. But before I give you my impression of this twice winter Olympic host I must hasten to say that during my stay there I was on a backpacking tour with a friend and on a limited budget so whilst my overview will be limited to the more obvious areas of cultural interest you should appreciate that with only a step up in budget whole new areas become available to you. Now to business, the first area I?ll approach will be the facilities of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/01, updated on 16/09/01 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I got married in Austria in June of this year, and whilst there we visited Innsbruck. What a wonderful city (and country)! The streets are clean, no graffitti to be seen, no kids hanging round on the streets. Everyone was friendly (unlike our own cities here!), and very helpful. I went to the information office first (I love those places!!), got a map of the city and was amazed at how much there is to see and do! Unfortunately, we only had one day, so we made the most of it. First stop was St Jacobs's cathedral, a beautiful building, built around 1720. On the way there we passed St Anna's Column, a monument set in the middle of the huge main street, ... Read the complete review
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