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The city is situated in close proximity to some of the most visited places in Europe such as Germany and Italy which makes Innsbruck a one time stop for all those who are looking to make their Europe trip worth reminiscing till eternity. Innsbruck has a little something for every sort of traveller out there. While the adrenaline junkies can jump into the cable cars and ride to the top of the hill, the serene art lovers can go and explore the sightseeing places in Munich.
Munich to Innsbruck by taxi is the most comfortable option if you are travelling with your family. Often, public transportation will make you go through the trouble of standing and travelling which is quite rough especially when you are travelling with elders and kids. Private transfers from Munich to Innsbruck will assure a peaceful ride with panoramic views of the surrounding. Taxi fare from Munich to Innsbruck is varies as per the desired vehicle of the passengers.
Distance from Munich to Innsbruck- 162.3 km
Time taken- 1 hr 49 mins.
Home to numerous centuries old museums and decades old buildings with remarkable historical significance, the proud German city of Munich is as enchanting as it is ancient. The city is the capital and most populated city of Bavaria - the second most populous state in Germany. It is also the third-largest city in the country, and is situated across the banks of river Isar. The city is the development haven of Bavaria, for its occupancy to the organizational region of Upper Bavaria. The annual Oktoberfest is held every year and is a must-experience for all the adrenaline junkies out there to taste the finest breweries of the country, at one place. Apart from its beer, the city is also known for its Weißwürste white veal sausage, only boiled.
Squatting in the dramatic landscape of the Alps, Innsbruck is known to be the capital of Tyrol region and the fifth largest city in the country. Situated right above the serene river Inn, tucked amidst the broad valley in the gigantic mountains of Karwendel Alps in the northern direction and Serles to the south, Innsbruck is popular across the globe for its renowned winter sports centre. The colourful city is the biggest draw in its location as it is surrounded by numerous snow-covered mountains which bless the city with ultimate serenity and beauty.While the adrenaline junkies can go all gaga over the wide variety of winter sports that the city provides, one can ride cable cars to the zenith of the mountains while soaking in the magnificent view that resides.