Tirol Flights:

Flights to Tirol

image of TirolSpelt both as Tyrol and Tirol this state in the west of Austria includes the historical Tyrol region of Austria and consists of both North Tyrol and East Tyrol. South Tirol is actually within the neighbouring country of Italy. The historical region is popular with tourists as it includes a number of towns and cities such as the beautiful Innsbruck.

The main airport for flights to Tyrol is the Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport (airport code: INN) about 5 kilometres from the city of Innsbruck. One-stop flights to Tyrol from South Africa are available with either South African Airways or Lufthansa, both of which make their connection in Frankfurt. Another option is with Egyptair, and you will get transfers in Cairo and then Vienna. You could even fly with Air Namibia; their flights to Tyrol stop in Windhoek and Frankfurt.

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The Tourist Attractions of Tirol:

As an Austrian state the name is generally spelt with a ‘y’ – Tyrol, though the German spelling is with an ‘i’ – Tirol. However you decide to spell it you’ll find Tyrol to be one of the most interesting states in Austria with a wide variety of things to see and do. It’s home to some of Europe’s best known ski resorts for example, including Kitzbuhel, and some of Austria’s best loved cities, such as Innsbruck, which is the capital of the Tyrol state.


Innsbruck is one of Austria’s popular city destinations and it attracts visitors throughout the year. For sightseeing there are many charming historical buildings in the city including famous landmarks like the Golden Roof, Castle Ambras, and beautiful churches including the Hofkirche, and the Cathedral of St Jakob. From the Bergisel Ski Jump you can enjoy excellent views over Innsbruck or better yet, travel up into the mountains that surround the city and enjoy the numerous ski resorts of the Tyrol region.


Kitzbuhel is just one of those ski resorts and it’s up there with the most famous ski resorts in Europe. It’s actually a medieval city so not only does it offer great skiing in the winter, but it also offers sightseeing opportunities at any time of the year. The city has many attractive alpine styled buildings to enjoy with lots of shopping, dining and accommodation options.


There are several other major towns and cities in Tyrol including Landeck, Schwaz, Reutte and Kufstein, the latter of which is the second largest city in Tyrol. Kufstein is famous for the spectacular Kufstein Fortress which is undoubtedly the city’s main landmark as it sits on a hill above Kufstein. This daunting building was first mentioned in 1205 and today it houses the Kufstein City Museum and is used for concerts and events.

When Should You Visit?:

If you want to enjoy some of the ski resorts in Tyrol obviously you’ll need to visit during the winter. Exact skiing season dates vary from year to year but will generally be from November or December to February or beyond. Temperatures at this time are cool with an average high of 1C in January. During the summer the weather is mild though rainfall peaks from June to August. The average high in July and August is 23C.

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