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Only had a few hours so it was an ideal way to see the whole town especially as it was cold and snowing . The bus was warm , the commentary good . As we had come to the train station from Seefeld the bus...More
I bought a 48-hour Innsbruck Card at the Tourist Information office which includes unlimited use of the Sightseer/Innsbrucker hop on hop off bus. In new cities I try to make to get a good overview of the popular sites. Enjoyed riding it through Innsbruck.
Do this only if you buy the Innsbruck card . Beware as several of their headphones do not work . The stop at the Congress and Hauptbahnhof are convenient ones . Get more details from the Innsbruck Information Centre which is near to the Congress...More
As we were arriving in Innsbruck too late for a guided tour, the tourist information office suggested that we take this tour. The bus driver was lovely and helpful, however the commentary was quite basic and rather banal and not worth the 16 euros. Having...More
It was a no roof top HoHo bus with limited seating but felt enough for the crowd. The audio guide was great and it covered the entire Innsbruck nicely. Marktplatz is it's first stop and it's better if someone catches it here only.
We purchase the “Innsbruck card” at the bookstore in the train station. The Sightseer is included in this ticket. It is a nice way to get around to the attraction and decide what you want to see. The narrative via headphones provided comes in many...More
Well worth taking the Sightseer. 15 Eu for the full day. Great map provided & audio heaphones. Buy tickets on the bus itself & get on/off wherever you fancy. If travelling into Innsbruck by car we'd suggest that you come off the A-12 motorway at...More
Easy and relatively inexpensive way to get around and visit different attractions. Even more valuable in combination with the Innsbruck Card. We visited during off season, so the bus was only half full or less most of the time. I can imagine, though, that during...More
The bus is modern and clean, the earphones work perfectly and there are, at least, translation in 6 languages. The ticket costs 15 euros and lasts for 24 hours. It's a good way to know the city, especially places outside the old town and the...More