22. September 2016

How to get there

20_airtransportationInnsbruck has an international airport with direct flights from several European cities. In addition Innsbruck Airport is well connected through the airport hubs Vienna (Austria) or Frankfurt (Germany) with up to 6 flights daily from either airport hubs.
At Innsbruck Airport you’ll find taxis to take you to your accommodation.

If you prefer public transport the bus “F” takes you to the centre: from 5.59 am until 10.44 pm daily the bus takes you within 17 minutes to the main station Innsbruck past the old town and Maria-Theresien-Straße (main street). The cost is about 3€ and can be paid directly to the driver.

Alternatively one can use Munich Airport and take the train or a shared taxi, which takes you directly to your accommodation. Transfer time from Munich Airport to Innsbruck is approximately two hours.


25_railtransportationInnsbruck is connected by train to all European capital cities. The central station is close to the city center and well connected by public transport.




car2Right in the heart of Europe, Innsbruck is very conveniently located.
A well-developed road network connects the Tyrolean capital to the world.

Coming from the North (Germany), East & West (Switzerland), take A 12 Autobahn. A toll sticker is required. Coming from the South (Italy), take A 13 Autobahn. Extra toll fees are charged on the A 13 Autobahn.