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Nirgendwo sonst liegt die Grenze zwischen urbanem Raum und rauer Bergwelt so nah zusammen: Mit den Innsbrucker Nordkettenbahnen gelangt man in nur 20 Minuten vom Stadtzentrum in hochalpines Gelande. Der Besuch auf der Innsbrucker Nordkette lasst in...more
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You can park your car for free at the nearby parking. We walked from the citycenter, but it,s a long walk (45 min.) There is also a bus from the marketplace in Innsbruck. It's a bit expensive to go to the top but the view...More
Awesome cable car ride to the top of the mountain. Well worth the expense. The view is amazing! On the way down, we stopped for a short visit to Seegrube to watch skiing and have a beer. Wonderful experience.
Great way to get to the top of the Austrian Alps. The station I got on at was right outside the zoo. Purchase the Innsbruck Pass as it will cover the Nordkette and other sights for a flat rate. The little train takes you part...More
The transport up to Nordkette is a three part ride with a convenient little train from central Innsbruck that leads up to a two-part cable car ride. Those last two will give you (on a clear day) some fantastic views over the valley and some...More
Made a random stop in Innsbruck and saw this and decided we’d go have a look! Man are the views breathtaking from the top!
A few words of advice.
One it’s crowded so be prepared for that.
Two if it’s winter bring the right footwear...More
Check at your hotel to see if they have a discount coupon (the Ibis had one for 10% off). The ride from the centre is in two parts with a change of vehicle required. Once you're there, on a clear day you will have a...More
Wanted to use the cable car to get great views over the city. So decided to buy the 24hour pass of Salzburg which included the cost of the cable car ride. Problem was, it was foggy!!!! So once we got to the top we could...More
You need to separate the travel from the views and enjoyment at the top.
TRAVEL PART: From innsbruck city to reach the top you ride in a funicular then in a large/single cabin (capacity was like 95 people or so) cable car and then in...More
Response from Johnco1737 | Reviewed this property |
At the top, you can remain inside and see the view and eat. If you want to go outside it is essentially a ski area and can be windy.
Strongly suggest you check weather forecast and head up on a clear day.