Innsbruck, Austria

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Innsbruck airport has daily jet service throughout Europe. Munich is the international airport most often used by travelers from the United States, but traffic through Innsbruck airport is increasing. Austrian Airways and Austrian Airlines have scheduled services from Frankfurt and Vienna, offering a perfect alternative to trains, buses, or a long drive by car. And in the 2006/07 season access to the area will get even easier. Sky Europe will offer service from Amsterdam. GB Airways will fly from London and HLX will fly from Cologne/Bonn.

By car from Munich, take the Autobahn to the Inntal autobahn and then to Innsbruck—no more than three hours. A more scenic drive is from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen and then about 70 minutes over the mountains to Innsbruck. Add at least two hours for sightseeing in Garmisch.

Shuttlebuses connect Munich Airport with Innsbruckwith departures every day from Munich at 11:30 a.m. Limousines are also available through Four Seasons Travel (584157, fax 585767; www.airport-transfer.com) but require advance reservations. They leave Munich Airport daily every two hours.


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