Book flights from Dusseldorf (DUS) to Innsbruck (INN)
Flying from Dusseldorf
Flights from Dusseldorf with airberlin depart from Düsseldorf Airport (DUS), located only 6 kilometers north of the city center. Today, Düsseldorf Airport is Europe’s 20th busiest air transit facility, serving 19 million passengers per year. The airport is only 40 kilometers from nearby Cologne, making two cities fully internationally accessible through a single facility.
Düsseldorf Airport Information
Düsseldorf Airport’s three main terminals lead passengers to their flights while an additional fourth Executive terminal services private charters and corporate flights.
The airport is home to numerous fine and casual dining options, cafés and bakeries offering hungry passengers a range of choices. Over 60 boutiques feature the latest trends in fashion and provide a great place to find a luxurious last-minute gift.
Getting to the Airport in Dusseldorf
Stops located at the main railway station and throughout the city will enable you to catch a bus to Dusseldorf Airport, a 20- to 40-minute journey. Two railway stations servicing 350 trains per day make finding a train to Düsseldorf Airport easy. A taxi to Düsseldorf Airport is the fastest way to get to the airport, with a 10-minute trip.
Arriving in Innsbruck
Book your tickets to Innsbruck and start your vacation by exploring the Old Town, which boasts medieval palaces and castles as well as a modern, vibrant art scene. During the day, locals relax in the city’s coffee houses, while in the evening crowds pack into the lively taverns and beer gardens. Day or night, choose airberlin for your Innsbruck travels.
First Time in Innsbruck
Most of the city’s attractions are found in the Old Town. Stroll down Maria Theresien-Strasse, replete with boutiques and restaurants, as you admire the architecture lining the gently winding street.
Upon arrival, you will quickly understand why adventure lovers and outdoor enthusiasts are booking flights to Innsbruck: this city seems to have been made for active travelers. Try the Innsbrucker Klettersteig, a heart-pounding, seven-hour fixed-rope route that traverses seven peaks. Travel to Innsbruck in the summer to try canyoning or white-water rafting.
Making the Most of Your Innsbruck Holiday
Look for flight deals to Innsbruck during the summer, when the weather is perfect for wandering around the Old Town, and many attractions stay open for extended hours. Book well in advance if you hope to find cheap hotels in Innsbruck, as both winter and summer are popular seasons.