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Budget hotels in Innsbruck
Good budget options in Innsbruck include Hotel Tautermann and Pension Stoi Budget Guesthouse. Landhaus Peer is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to Muttereralm Bergbahnen and offers room rates from 145US$. Situated in Reichenau district, Jugendherberge Innsbruck offers simple accommodation about a 30-minute walk from Imperial Palace.
Proximity to public transport
Alphotel Innsbruck is conveniently situated 1.3 miles from Innsbruck (IOB-Innsbruck Central Train Station) airport. If you want to stay close to Innsbruck Central railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Adlers Hotel, a budget accommodation only a 5-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
A balanced option in the heart of Innsbruck is Altpradl, which features free self-parking, a sauna and a steam room. Also, to stay downtown, book a room at Weisses Rossl. Hötting district is filled with 3 hotels, such as Hotel Karwendel and Hotel Engl.
To experience Innsbruck's vibes, book a hotel near Annasaule, such as Cityhotel Schwarzer Bar Innsbruck or Grauer Bar. Check out Central and Austria Trend Hotel Congress Innsbruck, and admire Armenier Gedenkstein.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
If you're interested in a deluxe getaway, there are 23 posh accommodations in Innsbruck including Leipziger Hof or Best Western Hotel Roemerhof. The 4-star Hotel Neue Post is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling to Innsbruck for business purpose, the centrally-located Apartments Innsbruck may be a good option. If you are looking for a B&B in Innsbruck, Haus Stratton is a valid option in Axams district not far from Maria-Theresien-Kirchl. Hotel-Pension Leitgebhof is situated a 15-minute walk from Wallfahrtskirche Maria Schnee and offers a family-friendly vacation apartment with a golf course, a patio and a swimming pool. Make sure to choose Best Western Plus Hotel Goldener Adler near Evang. Auferstehungskirche - a top-rated resort with views of the mountain.
Alpine ski village – Innsbruck – stands aside of global warming.
A destination with continental climate it meets visitors with a full winter gear - days colder than those of most major European cities with temperatures reaching -12 degC. It is here its snow-capped mountains played host the 1964 Winter Olympics. Not many cities in this world are allowed to hold the honour twice, but 11 years later, the 1975 Olympics were held in Innsbruck again.
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Innsbruck owes its continental climate and ski resort reputation to its location in the Inn Valley sandwiched between mountain peaks. It is surrounded by tall mountains like Nordkette (Hafelekar, 2334m) in the north, Patscherkofel (2246m) and Serles (2403m) in the south. Annually, 140,000-strong population shares these snowy peaks with five million tourists mostly from North America who come for skiing and mountaineering.
However, Innsbruck is much broader than the sharp peaks the city occupies. It takes a stroll of the city to discover its magnificent core – ''two Golden Gates'' heritage. Innsbruck is built around the two Golden Gates, the first built by the Emperor Maxmilan I, while its brilliant counterpart dates back to the mid-1700's under Empress Maria Thérèsia, a representative of Habsburg dynasty. Attractions include;
- Alpine Zoo, the biggest zoo in Europe and a home to around 2000 different species
- Hofkirche, built in between 1553 and 1563 by Ferdinand I as a memorial to Maximilian I, grandfather of Ferdinand I
- Goldenes Dachl, a roof with 2657 fire-gilded copper tiles was constructed for the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I
- Triumphforte is a famous tourist attraction situated on the southern end of the Maria Theresien Strasse
This impressive architecture makes Innsbruck one of the most enchanting places to visit in Austria.
In fact, the bulk of its architecture was shaped in the period of Habsburg regency as Habsburg kings held court in Innsbruck. They converted Innsbruck into the cultural center of Western Austria, while a few years later it became a major economic hub thriving on tourist industry. Today, it is a destination of a million overnight stays.
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