Book a private transfer from Prague to Innsbruck or from Innsbruck to Prague with a personal driver. On the way, for example, you can discover interesting places, castles, chateaux and thus see not only beautiful nature.
Possible stops on the way:
Pilsen - Pilsner Urquell brewery + 50 EUR (60-120 min.)
Regensburg + 40 EUR (90 min.)
Kufstein + 50 EUR (60-120 min)
|1-3 pax Audi A7 Sportback||Jan Štim||786 EUR|
|1-3 pax Mercedes-Benz E-class||Driveczech's driver||786 EUR|
|1-6 pax Mercedes-Benz V-class||Driveczech's driver||830 EUR|
|1-3 pax Mercedes-Benz S-class||Driveczech's driver||1660 EUR|
Final prices. No surprises.
Price includes taxes, tolls, fuel, parking, etc.
Innsbruck is the capital of Tyrol and the fifth-largest city in Austria. On the River Inn, at its junction with the Wipp Valley, which provides access to the Brenner Pass 30 km to the south. The earliest traces suggest initial inhabitation in the early Stone Age. Surviving pre-Roman place names show that the area has been populated continuously. In the 4th century the Romans established the army station Veldidena (the name survives in today's urban district Wilten) at Oenipons (Innsbruck), to protect the economically important commercial road from Verona-Brenner-Augsburg in their province of Raetia.
The city's arms show a bird's-eye view of the Inn bridge, a design used since 1267. The route over the Brenner Pass was then a major transport and communications link between the north and the south of Europe, and the easiest route across the Alps. It was part of the Via Imperii, a medieval imperial road under special protection of the king. The revenues generated by serving as a transit station on this route enabled the city to flourish.
Innsbruck became the capital of all Tyrol in 1429 and in the 15th century the city became a centre of European politics and culture as Emperor Maximilian I also resided in Innsbruck in the 1490s.
During the Napoleonic Wars Tyrol was ceded to Bavaria, ally of France. Andreas Hofer led a Tyrolean peasant army to victory in the Battles of Bergisel against the combined Bavarian and French forces, and then made Innsbruck the centre of his administration. The combined army later overran the Tyrolean militia army and until 1814 Innsbruck was part of Bavaria. After the Vienna Congress Austrian rule was restored.
In 1938 Austria was annexed by Nazi Germany in the Anschluss. Between 1943 and April 1945, Innsbruck experienced twenty-two air raids and suffered heavy damage.
Source - Wikipedia
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