Popular Lettings in Innsbruck
Highlights in Innsbruck
- Capital of the Alps
- Winter sports
- Gorgeous alpine landscapes
- Charming villages
- Trekking routes
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Types of holiday rentals in Innsbruck
Are you thinking of renting a letting in Innsbruck for a weekend or multi-day getaway? Thanks to Holidu, you will be able to find your holiday rental in a comfortable, fast and simple way. Our powerful search engine of tourist rentals for rent between individuals will show you the best deals in just a few seconds. Those that best fit your preferences and your budget. A wide variety of rentals in the centre of Innsbruck fully equipped for you to enjoy a very comfortable stay. Being the most common those with capacity for 2 and 4 people, ideal for couples and families with one or two children. Very close to the ski resort and the main monumental attractions of the city. However, if you are looking for a villa in Innsbruck, we also have some holiday rentals of this type in the surrounding area. Perfect for those travellers who want to rest and enjoy nature doing active tourism activities. You'll find them mostly in the Sellrain Valley, Stubai Valley, Mieders and Fulpmes areas. Magnificent constructions of traditional architecture surrounded by impressive green landscapes in summer and white landscapes in winter. Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Innsbruck!Why book a letting in Innsbruck?
Innsbruck is a beautiful city located in the heart of the Alps where the past mixes with the future. A town with a rich monumental heritage and a magnificent international postmodernist architecture, which gives rise to a very interesting contrast. In addition, you can visit fascinating museums such as Swarovski Crystal or the National Museum of Tyrol Ferdinandeum. All surrounded by the omnipresent mountains of the Tyrol, which characterize the country and its inhabitants like nowhere else. Therefore, it is not surprising that modern architecture has even reached this mountainous world, where we can find from traditional alpine cabins to modern luxury villas with innovative designs and ecologically conceived. Ideal for hikers and climbers to rest after an intense day in nature. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Innsbruck and come and enjoy a truly unforgettable holiday in the heart of Tyrol?
Holidays in Innsbruck
The area and how to find your way around
Located to the west of Austria, Innsbruck is a charming town of approximately 130,900 inhabitants that boasts the capital of the state of Tyrol. Located on the Eno Valley, in the middle of majestic mountains. Famous throughout Europe for its wide range of winter sports, which every year attracts thousands of tourists to the city.The best areas to rent a letting in Innsbruck
Innsbruck is the wonderful capital of the Alps which offers the visitor a wide range of fascinating activities up to an altitude of 2,350 metres. This Austrian city perfectly combines its medieval past with an interesting air of modernity, which is reflected in its mixture of small and charming streets with large commercial avenues such as Maria-Theresien-Strasse. If you decide to rent a letting in the centre of Innsbruck, you can appreciate its more than 800 years of history, with buildings from the time of Emperor Maximilian I. Buildings that have witnessed knightly fighting, luxurious parties and threats from enemy troops. An interesting history that coexists with modern cafes and shopping areas such as "Rathauspassage" and innovative facilities such as the Nordkettenbahnen funiculars. On the other hand, from Innsbruck's villas located in the middle of nature, you will be able to access its spectacular landscapes. The Sill and Inn rivers cross this beautiful town, which is surrounded by an indescribable alpine panoramic view. A natural beauty that puts the icing on the cake of a visit full of history and culture. You will find numerous rural houses and chalets in beautiful villages located in the middle of the mountains and each of them is different from the other. They are found between green forests and white mountains, offering the visitor a haven of peace and a wide range of activities. The Sellraintal valley is ideal for exciting high altitude sports, while the region of Mieming and Tyrol Mitte is perfect for an exciting summer in Tirol. Book your rental in Innsbruck and live a unique experience in the Alps!
Types of travellers and activities
Although it may seem that this alpine city can only offer a point of contact with nature, it also has a past of imperial splendour worth visiting. Once you leave your rental in the capital of the Alps in the morning, you should not miss the Golden Roof. It was erected in 1494 to commemorate the wedding of Emperor Maximilian I of Habsburg with Blanca Sforza of Milan and is covered with more than 2,600 copper tiles. You should also see the Imperial Palace, the Tower of the Medieval City and Ambras Castle. Book a letting in the centre of Innsbruck and you'll have it all close by.Innsbruck for winter sports fans
The city's winter sports offer is really wide. If you book one of their rentals you can practice from alpine skiing, cross-country skiing or cross-country skiing, to hiking or freeride. A single pass will allow you to use all the facilities of Olympia SkiWorld, a centre with nine ski resorts, or, if you prefer, you can opt for one of its incredible snowparks. Rent your rental in the mountains of Innsbruck and enjoy hours and hours of fun!Innsbruck for nature lovers
"Alpenpark Karwendel" is one of the most important alpine nature parks in Central Europe. It has an area of 920 km2, in which live in perfect harmony different species of alpine fauna and flora. A practically untouched landscape that deserves a short getaway. Due to its tranquillity, it is ideal for a romantic or family visit. So if you enjoy the contact with nature, don't hesitate to rent a villa in Innsbruck for your next holiday!
Did you know that the name Innsbruck simply means bridge over the river Inn?
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Only 20 km from Innsbruck, this venue is a magical world full of Swarovski crystals. Its crystal cloud, a set of 800,000 crystals suspended in the air, and the lake of crystalline waters located below to capture their reflections, stand out. An incomparable and unique creation in the world. An extravagant facility worth seeing.2. Climb aboard the Stubaital Valley train
Since 1904, the Stubaital Valley train has been travelling through beautiful alpine landscapes for the enjoyment of its passengers. In an hour-long journey, you'll appreciate the stunning beauty of the area, passing through charming villages such as Natters and Mutters. It is a different and really comfortable way to get to know the region.3. Visit the Nordkette mountain range
This mountain range is one of Innsbruck's main attractions. It is easily accessible thanks to the Nordkettenbahnen funicular service which departs from the city centre and leads to Seegrube station (2,000 metres above sea level) and Hafelekar station (2,300 metres above sea level). A perfect place to enjoy the views, go on excursions or just relax.4. Make a route through Seefeld
Located only 20 km from Innsbruck, Seefeld is a very popular starting point for hiking. More than 650 km of routes that will take you to discover impressive landscapes that will remain forever engraved in your memory. In addition, there are other popular hiking destinations around the city, such as Reither Mooor Nature Reserve or Lake Wildsee.5. Visit the National Museum of Tyrol Ferdinandeum
A visit to this museum is a true journey through time through more than 30,000 years of history, from the Stone Age to the present day. In its interior are exhibited numerous works of Romanesque and Gothic art and an extensive collection of works by Dutch artists such as Bruegel and Rembrandt, as well as numerous Baroque and nineteenth-century pieces, Biedermeier pieces, valuable ancient musical instruments and a modern gallery.