Bristol Airport is a modern and well-equipped location from which to begin your journey. Located in South West England, it is around eight miles from the centre of Bristol, making access easy. The Welsh border is only 20 miles away, so the airport attracts passengers from a variety of different locations. There are flights from Bristol available to many destinations in Europe and beyond.
The easiest way to arrive at the airport from Bristol city centre is to hop on the frequent Airport Flyer Express Link. There are two routes, one from the city centre and one from the bus station. If you are staying the night in Bristol before travelling, check to see whether the bus stops at your hotel. It takes 30 minutes from the city centre, and a return ticket will cost £10. You can save money by using a family ticket. If you are travelling from further afield, you can arrive by train at Temple Meads and then catch the bus. If driving, the airport can be accessed via the A38 and there are numerous parking options available. Prices start at £3.34 per day, with free shuttle buses to the terminal.
There are a variety of facilities available inside the terminal, with play areas for children and internet access available. If you fancy something to eat or drink before you jet off, there are plenty of facilities available to meet your needs. Visit for ebookers.com for more information about travel options from Bristol to Innsbruck.
A hotspot for skiers, Innsbruck is the stunning capital city of Tyrol, a state in western Austria. Nestled in the valley between various mountains, the city is internationally known as a winter sports mecca. Visitors will land at Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport, located 2.5 miles from the city centre. For flights into Innsbruck, check out ebookers and save.
Visitors will be greeted with a variety of transportation options for their trip into the city. Travellers can choose bus line F for an eighteen-minute ride into town; the bus departs every fifteen minutes. A taxi stand is conveniently located outside of the terminal building for those hoping to catch a cab. For those looking to rent a car, book ahead with ebookers to save on rentals from Avis, Sixt, and more, all available in the terminal.
Innsbruck has a continental climate, with frigid, snowy winters and unpredictable summers. For winter travellers, packing heavy, cold-weather gear is essential as night temperatures can plummet to -12°C. January is the coldest month in the city, with temperatures averaging 3.7°C. The month of January is also the snowiest, with an average snowfall of 11 inches. With an average high of 24.9°C, July is the warmest month in the city, though summer highs can exceed 34°C. Summer weather in the city varies, as some days can be cool and wet while others can be scorching hot.
Whether you're shooting down the Bergisel Ski Jump or taking a leisurely ride down Patscherkofelbahnen, the winter sports hub of Innsbruck has what you need for skiing and snowboard fun. For those looking for excitement in the city, explore the old city of Altstadt von Innsbruck, or visit the gorgeous botanical gardens. With so much to experience in the city, planning ahead is a must. Book your stay with ebookers and plan the fun parts of your holiday.
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