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    City Stroll and Ski Run - All in a Day's Work in Innsbruck

    Yes, Innsbruck is pretty unique: Where else do you get a beautiful Baroque town surrounded by 13 ski areas? Stroll its streets full of imperial elegance and have a coffee in a classic Austrian coffeehouse. And then, take a cable car from the city centre and be at 2,000 m in just 20 minutes.

    Why Visit Innsbruck?

    • The SKI plus CITY pass gives you all-inclusive access to 22 city sights, 13 ski areas, 3 swimming pools, and public transport
    • Beautiful old town surrounded by impressive mountains
    • 308 km of snow-sure pistes and 111 lifts
    • Easily accessible with frequent flights from the UK
    • Perfect Tirol holiday hub

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    • Skiing on the Nordkette moutain Innsbruck
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      1. Skiing at Nordkette

      Hit your first slopes on Nordkette mountain, just north of the city. Just hop on a gondola in the city centre and reach a ski area within minutes!

      Let's go!
    • Christmas market in Innsbruck's old town
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      2. Sightseeing in Innsbruck

      Start your city stroll at Innsbruck's famous Golden Roof, feel like a royal at the Imperial Palace, and stop at a Christmas market for mulled wine.

      Explore the city
    • Ice cave at the Stubai Glacier
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      3. Stubai Glacier

      Just 50 minutes from Innsbruck (and easy to reach by complimentary ski bus), you can ski glacier slopes from October to June, go off piste, or explore an ice cave!

      The glacier is yours
    • Cafe Lichtblick in Innsbruck
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    And if you're looking for more unusual experiences...

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    • How to Get There

      By plane:
      Innsbruck airport is easily reached via direct flights from most major UK airports.

      By train:
      Innsbruck is easily reached via international trains (1h 45 min direct from Munich) as well as directly from Salzburg (1 h 45 min) and Vienna (4 h 15 min).

      By car:

      • From Vienna: A12 motorway.
      • From Switzerland: A12 motorway. Through the Arlberg Road Tunnel or toll-free via the Arlberg region.
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    • SKI plus CITY Pass

      The SKI plus CITY pass Stubai - Innsbruck is a world first. It includes:

      • 13 ski resorts
      • 22 city adventures in the greater Innsbruck area
      • 3 swimming pools

      Ski resorts include:

      Freeride Lounge NordketteVital Park PatscherkofelOlympia Park Axamer LizumPlayground Muttereralm, and Kühtai ski resort and more.

      City experiences include:

      Alpine Zoo, Imperial Palace, Golden Roof museum, Court Church, Bergisel Ski Jump, Grassmayr Bell Museum, Ambras Castle and more.

      • Available for 2 - 21 days
      • Prices starting at € 114 for a 2-day adult pass
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    • Skiing Areas

      Stubai Glacier

      • 69 km of slopes
      • 36 km of ski routes
      • 4 toboggan runs
      • Altitude: 960 - 3,212 m
      • Lifts: 26 (40,000 passengers/hour)
      • Longest slope: 16.5 km
      • Steepest slope: 60%
      • Restaurants: 8
      • Austria's biggest glacier ski area

      Axamer Lizum

      • 40 km of slopes
      • 10 km of ski routes
      • Altitude: 1,560 - 2,340 m
      • Lifts: 10
      • Restaurants: 9

      Nordkette

      • 10,2 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 860 - 2,256 m
      • Cable cars: 2 (1,675 passengers/hour)
      • Steepest slope: 70%
      • 2 Restaurants
      • Funicular starts from the city centre
    • Kühtai - Hochötz

      • 85 km of slopes
      • 10 km of ski routes
      • 7 toboggan runs
      • Altitude: 1,938 - 2,520 m
      • Lifts: 25 (18,000 passengers/hour)
      • Steepest slope: 60%
      • Austria’s highest ski village

      Patscherkofelbahn

      • 18,6 km of slopes
      • 3 ski routes and hiking trails
      • Altitude: 920 - 2,248 m
      • Lifts: 7
      • 2 restaurants
      • Snow park at 1,900 m above sea level
      • 6.5 km from Innsbruck

      Glungezerbahn

      • 23 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 922 - 2,304 m
      • Longest slope: 15 km
      • Lifts: 6
      • 5 restaurants

      Schlick 2000

      • 22,3 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 1,014 - 2,136 m
      • 1.5 km ski route
      • Lifts: 10
      • 5 restaurants
    • Oberperfuss - Rangger Köpfl

      • 16,5 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 812 - 1,939 m
      • Lifts: 4
      • 10 km toboggan run (8 km floodlit)
      • 12 km from Innsbruck

      Muttereralm

      • 16,5 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 1.620 m
      • Lifts: 8
      • 4 toboggan runs
      • MAP Funpark for freestylers and boarders
      • 8 km from Innsbruck

      Bergeralm

      • 27,2 km of slopes
      • Altitude: 1,048 - 2,231 m
      • 8 lifts
      • 5 Restaurants

      Elferbahnen

      • 2,5 km of slopes
      • 3,5 km of ski routes
      • Altitude: 980 m - 1,780 m
      • 4 lifts
      • 3 toboggan runs

      Serlesbahnen

      • 5,7 km of slopes
      • 3 cross country trails
      • Altitude: 960 m - 1674 m
      • 4 lifts
      • 4 toboggan runs

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    Lunchtime! Try the region's most delicious dishes...

    If you visit, be sure to have a taste of these local favourites:

    • Tirol dumplings
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    • Tirolean "Kiachl"
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    • Tyrolean Kässpätzle
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    • Tiroler Gröstl
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