INNSBRUCK TOURISMUS INTRODUCES WELCOME CARD UNLIMITED TO TRAVELERS FROM THE GGC

INNSBRUCK TOURISMUS INTRODUCES WELCOME CARD UNLIMITED TO TRAVELERS FROM THE GGC

With Austrian borders opening up for Gulf travelers starting the 1st of July, the Welcome Card Unlimited opens up exciting vacation opportunities in Innsbruck

Following the announcement of opening the Austrian borders to GCC travelers starting the 1st of July, Innsbruck Tourismus ntroduces the Welcome Card Unlimited (WCU) to the Gulf region, with exciting promotions and offers that will help shape the perfect, long-awaited vacation in the alpine-urban destination of Innsbruck.

The Welcome Card Unlimited, which guests staying for at least 2 nights can purchase as an upgrade for the complimentary Welcome Card, includes seven exciting attractions all less than an hour away from Innsbruck. This premium guest card entitles visitors to numerous offering across various services including, but not limited to, free public transportation across Innsbruck, indoor and outdoor activities, regional attractions, and discounts on lifts and cable cars.

The card also includes free cable car travel on the Bergbahnen Oberperfuss, the DreiSeenBahn in Kühtai, the Olympiabahn in the Axamer Lizum and the Muttereralmbahn in Mutters. It also provides entry to seven of the most popular attractions in the surroundings of Innsbruck which include Swarovski Crystal Worlds, Stubai Glacier and Achensee Lake boat trip and others. Travelers can purchase the Welcome Card Unlimited for €65.00 (AED 284) for adults and €32.50 (AED 142) for children aged 4 to 14. Purchasing the card is perfect to control holiday spending, and it will help save up to €130 if one chooses to visit all the top highlights. سياحة إنسبروك تقدم بطاقة الترحيب غير المحدودة للمسافرين من دول الخليج

The mentioned packages can all be purchased through selected travel agencies in the GCC.

Innsbruck is one of Austria’s must see cities, and its known world-wide for its charming beauty. The capital of the Tyrol region is set in a spacious valley, with part of the city climbing up the walls of the Alps. The city itself is a collection of snow-covered medieval houses, narrow streets and classic European churches. It is also surrounded by marvelous natural scenery, rich in culture and is home to an array of fun-packed experiences.

After the successful management and control of the pandemic in Austria, the destination has finally announced that it will be opening up its borders to all nationals and residents with a valid Schengen Visa arriving from a third country including travelers from the GCC region. Now, all vaccinated travelers from the GCC are able to visit Austria without a quarantine period.

As it is in all of Austria, authorities in Innsbruck have implemented strict COVID-19 measures to ensure the safety of residents and visiting tourists, that way nothing will get in the way of enjoying the perfect vacation with friends or family in a safe destination full of alpine-urban joie de vivre.

About Innsbruck Tourismus:

Innsbruck Tourismus is the official destination management organisation of the Innsbruck region which extends from the Tyrolean capital to more than 40 surrounding towns – from the Inn Valley to the Mieming Plateau, and from Kühtai to the Sellraintal valley. With almost 3.5 million overnight stays and 4 million day trippers in 2019, the Innsbruck region is one of the largest tourist attractions in Austria and a unique symbiosis of vibrant urban space and fascinating mountain world. One moment you’re enjoying sightseeing and the buzz of a diverse city, the next you’re off on your next cycling or hiking tour, or your next skiing or winter hiking experience. The free Welcome Card for visitors is the key that unlocks the region’s endless diversity, granting free use of public transport and making it easy to experience all sorts of wonderful highlights in a sustainable way. Innsbruck Tourismus has a staff of some 90 employees, and visitors are the focus of their every thought and action. Inspired by their passion for this alpine-urban space, they share their knowledge and love of the area with visitors so that they can enjoy an unforgettable holiday experience in harmony with people and nature. With a total of 13 information offices, Innsbruck Tourismus is always close at hand, right at the heart of the action and with its finger on the pulse – a hub and focal point for local characters’ authentic stories and personal impressions which can be found on the popular blog and social channels at #myinnsbruck.