INNSBRUCK PROMOTES NEW SKI PLUS CITY PASS
Discovering Innsbruck monuments by visiting the Hofburg Castle and the Tyrol State Museum in the first day? Skiing on the second day in the powder snow of the Stubai Glacier? Or combining a sky ride in the morning with a relaxing time in a sauna in the afternoon? All is included with the Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck, a multifunctional pass combining culture, urban experience and winter sport.
For travellers wishing to combine a ski holiday with some urban experiences, Innsbruck in Austrian Tyrol is probably one of the most popular destinations. The Tyrol capital has direct access to ski areas while offering all the advantages of an urban destination with its shops, restaurants and cultural institutions.
To optimise all these advantages, Innsbruck proposes the Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck pass: “not just another card, but the key to an all-inclusive holiday experience. It offers a total of 40 services from high alpine experiences to cool lifestyle attractions and activities in the city”.
For sport lovers, the pass gives guests access to 13 ski areas with 291 kilometres of slopes and 48 kilometres of ski routes, eight of which offer night skiing or night tobogganing. For city lovers, it has 22 lifestyle, cultural and sightseeing offers, three swimming pools as well as ski buses and the Hop-on Hop-off Bus Sightseer.
Pass users also benefit from Innsbruck’s excellent transport links to the surrounding ski areas. This means that unique opportunities are open to them. How for example, a downhill run on perfectly groomed slopes or powder snow slopes in the powder snow slopes in the morning and a visit to the world’s oldest museum in the Ambras Castle Ambras Innsbruck or the glamorous Swarovski Crystal Worlds in the afternoon?
The perfect sports programme for the whole family
The Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck has everything sports fans could wish for. From Innsbruck almost 300 kilometres of pistes in 13 ski areas, including a snow-sure glacier ski area. glacier ski area. Among them are real challenges, such as the steep ski route on the Hafelekar, above Innsbruck on the Nordkette. Afterwards, bathing fun awaits you in the swimming paradise StuBay or the leisure centre Neustift as well as in the indoor swimming pool Axams.
For young and old, the Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck opens the doors to almost limitless skiing, plus an evening tobogganing trip, a visit to the a visit to the Alpine Zoo in Innsbruck, a spectacular excursion up to the Bergisel jumping stadium with a view of the jumping hill and the whole city of Innsbruck from the starting house, or fascinating acoustic acoustic discoveries in the Audioversum Science Center.
Culture and mobility included
In addition to the various skiing activities, the Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck has a lot more to offer. From the Renaissance-style Ambras castle with its art collection and armoury to the Imperial Hofburg, the museum at the Goldenes Dachl and numerous other Innsbruck museums to the world-famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds in nearby Wattens, the pass offers a leisure programme that will satisfy all culture fans.
To ensure that all these attractions can be reached in a relaxed and uncomplicated manner, the pass integrates all ski buses in the Stubaital, in Innsbruck and the surrounding area as well as in the Wipptal to and from the ski areas. For city activities, the pass integrates a hop-on hop-off bus to almost all sights and attractions in Innsbruck. It circulates daily at 40-minute intervals from 09:55 to 15:55.
The pass has been available since the start of October 2021 and remains valid until May 08, 2022, for a duration of two to 21 days. Prices start from €117 for adults for two days. Children born in 2014 or later are free when accompanied by a paying parent.
The Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck is available at ticket offices of the 13 participating cable cars, at the Tourist Information Innsbruck/Burggraben and at participating hotels. The Ski plus City Pass Stubai Innsbruck can also be booked online, and passes are then sent by post.