Innsbruck: City Card Including Public Transport
- Valid: 1 day
The best way to experience the picturesque city of Innsbruck, Austria, is with a city card. With admission to many of the best museums, sights, attractions, some cable cars, bikes, and a shuttle bus to the Swarovski Crystal Worlds, you'll have plenty of time to see the city in full. Hop on any of the IBV city trains, the hop-on hop-off bus, or the Nordkette Cable Car. Utilize the discounts at the casino, city tours, or even a traditional folk show with the centuries-old company Tyrolean Evening. Choose between a 24, 48, or 72-hour card and start having fun.
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The Innsbruck was well worth the money we paid. To be able to use the public transport system whenever we liked during the 72 hours (three nights) we spent in Innsbruck without having to concern ourselves with cash for each journey was a real bonus. The card enabled us to complete all of our planned activities plus a few extra. The activities available with the card gave us a choice. As we did not need to check out from our hotel until 11 am, we were able to fit in a visit to the golden roof museum, before making our way to the airport.
In my experience it is advantageous if you decide to take the funicular / cable car (Eg for Hafelekar costs 38 €) which is included in addition to local public transport, and other attractions. In addition, the 24h are real or if you start using it at 15:00 it will be valid until 15 the next day.
We took 2 days card and was so easy to see all the places . Only issue was that the card had to be collected at train station and it was closed early on the public holiday. So we had to collect next day but validity is only from 1st use so no loss.
I withered in Innsbruck! Purely repeat, burn around, rіka Інн to shake the whole thing is fantastic! I lived for two days in Kazakhstan. I bought a 2-day transport and travel card, I was 100% victorious
Changing the Voucher to the card is somewhat confusing and time is wasted.