The largest airport in the Austrian region of Tyrol, flights to Innsbruck, or Kranebitten Airport occur at regular intervals throughout the year. The busiest time for this airport in the foothills of the Alps is Winter, when Winter sports enthusiasts descend on the region and many airlines offer extra or seasonal only services to Innsbruck. A mixture of major and low cost airlines offer services to Innsbruck, including a winter service offered by British Airways from London Gatwick. Low cost carrier easyJet offers a year round service from London Gatwick, alongside winter services from Liverpool and Bristol. A number of other airlines bring passengers to the Alps from the UK, including Flybe, Estonian Air and Monarch Airlines. Getting to and from the airport is simple, with a bus departing the airport every fifteen minutes for the main Innsbruck train station in the very heart of the city.
Innsbruck lies in a steep valley within the Austrian Alps, which offers easy access to some of the most impressive winter sports activities in the World. A large number of cable cars and chair lifts take visitors to the abundant ski slopes and walking trails. In the Summer months, the cable cars often stay open and take visitors up the mountains that become important areas for mountain climbing in Europe. Ambras Castle is one of the most important visitor centre's in the city, with this 16th century castle detailing the lives and history of the rulers of the Tyrol. Included in the exhibits are two rooms filled with the jousting armour worn by the Archduke's that lived and reigned over this area of Austria from the mid 16th century onwards.
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