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Istanbul-Innsbruck 5,624.68 TL
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
1 stop - 16h 45m
06 December 2023, Wednesday 17:55
1 stop - 3h 15m
11 October 2023, Wednesday 09:55
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
1 stop - 11h 15m
26 December 2023, Tuesday 21:50
1 stop - 13h 40m
04 October 2023, Wednesday 18:05
direct-flight - 1h 30m
02 December 2023, Saturday 09:20
2 stop - 16h 5m
15 October 2023, Sunday 23:00
British Airways
direct-flight - 2h 5m
22 December 2023, Friday 13:10

Popular Cheap Flights From Innsbruck

Here are the dates of cheap flights from Innsbruck

1 stop - 10h 35m
25 October 2023, Wednesday 14:45
1 stop - 7h 15m
31 October 2023, Tuesday 10:50
1 stop - 5h 30m
14 October 2023, Saturday 14:45

Information for Innsbruck Flights

There are 0 flights operating between Istanbul and Innsbruck. You may find frequent flights from London, Istanbul and Milan to Innsbruck.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Innsbruck flights? In the coming 3 months: Amsterdam Innsbruck 6,662 TL, Berlin Innsbruck 5,484 TL and Cologne/Bonn Innsbruck 5,283 TL

Better to book your flight to Innsbruck 17 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

October and November months are the highest season for Austria, Innsbruck. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: December and March.

Innsbruck is the fifth-largest city in Austria and the capital of the state of Tyrol. Hosting the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, Innsbruck is one of the most popular ski resorts in Europe. Innsbruck, one of the cities that was heavily damaged in the 2nd World War, has preserved its historical beauties well and has reached the present day. Innsbruck has many historical buildings from the Middle Ages in its area called the Old Town. Fascinating with the city surrounded by the Alps, its magnificent nature, clean air, and peaceful atmosphere, Innsbruck is one of the must-see cities in Europe.

Innsbruck Attractions

We can list the places to visit in Innsbruck as follows:

Ambras Castle

The Renaissance castle and palace, Amras Castle, built during the reign of Ferdinand II, is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Innsbruck. The present state of the castle, which dates back to the 10th century, was built in the 16th century. There is also a valuable art collection on the 1st floor of Ambras Castle, which has a large green garden.


Maria-Theresien Street, named after Empress Maria Theresa, is one of the most frequented spots for tourists, with buildings of baroque architecture, shops, cafes, and restaurants. To the north of the street are the Burggraben and the Marktgraben, the old town of Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse. South of the street is the Arc de Triomphe at the intersection with the Wilten border, Maximilianstrasse, and Salurner Strasse.

Triumphal arch

One of the important symbols of Innsbruck, the Arc de Triomphe was built in 1765 on the occasion of the marriage of Archduke Leopold, the second son of Empress Maria Theresa and Franz Stephan of Lorraine, to the Spanish princess Maria Ludovica. Embossed pictures, portraits, and state symbols, as well as motifs referring to the couple's wedding, family members, and mourning for the deceased emperor, are embroidered on the Arc de Triomphe.

Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof)

Located in the Altstadt (Old Town) part of Innsbruck, the Golden Roof is one of the city's famous landmarks. The roof, which was decorated with 2,657 fire-gilded copper tiles to celebrate the wedding of Emperor Maximilian I with Bianca Maria Sforza and was completed in 1500, was used as a balcony by the Emperor and his wife to watch events such as tournaments, and festivals.

Stadtturm (City Tower)

The City Tower, built between 1442 and 1450 as an addition to the old town hall, is one of the most visited symbols of the city. The 51-meter-long, 6-floor tower was built with gothic architecture. Until 1529 and 1967, guards were kept on watch in order to inform the public of the duties and time and to warn the public against the dangers. The lower part of the tower was used as a city prison in the Middle Ages. The tower has been used for literary meetings of the tower society since 1951. The City Tower also has a 31-meter-high viewing platform for visitors.

Helbling House

Helbling House, located in the Altstadt (Old Town) section and opposite the Golden Roof, was named after Sebastian Helbling, who owned the building between 1800 and 1827. The house was built in the 15th century by a gothic and baroque architect, and in the following centuries, it was developed with new architectural styles. Adorned with bay windows, window frames, bows, masks, and sculptures, Helbling House was completed in 1732 by Anton Gigl.


Known as one of Europe's cities famous for winter sports and the Olympics, Innsbruck's 746-meter-high hill, Bergisel, is one of the most popular spots in the city. The most important complex of Bergisel, where many winter sports facilities are located, is the Olympia Ski Jumping area, which was built on the site of the 2003 Olympic Complex. Bergisel hosts many local and foreign tourists during the winter season.


Nordkette, part of the Alps, is part of the Karwendel Nature Park, the largest nature park in Austria. Nordkette can be reached in a short time by cable car and funicular from the city center. Nordkette, which has a breathtaking view of nature, has winter sports, accommodation facilities, restaurants, viewing areas, and shops for shopping.

When to go to Innsbruck?

Those who want to do winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding can visit Innsbruck in the winter season. The ideal period for those who want to travel to the city and nature is the summer months when the weather is mild and painless.

What to Eat in Innsbruck?

In Innsbruck, we recommend trying the distinctive flavors of Tyrolean cuisine. These are the main flavors:


A simple, delicious, and hearty Tyrolean delicacy, Kassapatzln is made with cheesy soft egg noodles and baked meatballs and served with fried onions.

Zillertaler Krapfen

Zillertaler Krapfen, one of the distinctive flavors of the Zillertal Valley near Innsbruck, is a kind of rye pastry. Its filling is prepared with potatoes, cheese, and chives. It is folded in a half-moon shape and fried.


Speckknödek, one of the most popular delicacies of Tyrolean cuisine, is a bread base. It is a kind of meatballs prepared with pastrami. It is served in broth and with sauerkraut on the side.

Apfel Knödel

Apple Meatballs, one of the South Tyrol desserts, is deep-fried and served with ice cream. It is quite a delicious dessert.


Strauben, one of the famous delicacies of the streets of Innsbruck, is a fried sweet pastry. Pancake batter, which is fried in oil in a spiral shape, is served with powdered sugar, blueberry, or cranberry jam.

How to get to Innsbruck?

It is possible to reach Innsbruck by connecting flights from Vienna. The best-priced Innsbruck flight tickets are on!


FAQs about Innsbruck Flights

  • Which airlines are flying to Innsbruck?
    The airlines flying most frequently to Innsbruck are: Lufthansa, Austrian, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Turkish Airlines and LOT Polish Airlines. The most popular route is London to Innsbruck. Eurowings are the most popular airlines for this route.
  • How much is the cheapest flight to Innsbruck?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight to Innsbruck is Amsterdam to Innsbruck at 11 October 2023 and the price of the flight is 6,662 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Amsterdam to Innsbruck and it costs 8,407 TL.
  • How close the Innsbruck airports to the City Center?
    Innsbruck Innsbruck Airport is 5 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Innsbruck Flight Ticket Prices

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Popular Flights Ticket Price
Amsterdam - Innsbruck 6,662.41
Berlin - Innsbruck 4,783.34
Cologne/Bonn - Innsbruck 5,282.63
Dusseldorf - Innsbruck 6,291.63
Istanbul - Innsbruck 5,624.68
Jeddah - Innsbruck 19,077.90
London - Innsbruck 5,975.56
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