Book flights from Sevilla (SVQ) to Innsbruck (INN)

Flying from Seville

Flights from Seville with airberlin operate from San Pablo Airport (SVQ), located 10 kilometers northwest of the capital city of southern Spain. Servicing nearly 4 million passengers each year, San Pablo Airport is a primary hub for travel throughout Spain and Europe.

San Pablo Airport Information

The facility’s newly renovated terminal is designed to reflect traditional Sevillian culture, and features architectural influences from mosques and palaces. High vaulted ceilings with crowning arches, blue glazed tiles, and orange trees decorate the airport’s stunning arrival hall.

The airport offers numerous facilities including two car parks, first-aid service, ATMs, a lost-property office, and conference rooms. Enjoy one last Sevillian dish before leaving the airport at its full-service restaurant. Explore the duty-free store to find that last-minute gift or souvenir.

Getting to the Airport in Seville

A bus to San Pablo Airport runs every 20 to 30 minutes from the city center on the urban transport line, with stops at the AVE station. A taxi to San Pablo Airport can drop you off directly in front of the terminal, with a travel time of approximately 30 minutes.

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.

Your Innsbruck

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.