Transport: How to reach Innsbruck
Innsbruck is located in the heart of Europe and the Alps. Its central location and excellent infrastructure make it an easy destination to visit by car, Train or plane
Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport (IATA code: INN, ICAO code: LOWI) is the largest airport in Tyrol. Currently regular scheduled flights are available from Austrian Airlines from Vienna, Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Seasonal flights (especial in Winter are available from several destinations in the UK, the Netherlands as well as from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Kiev and Moscow. There are also charter flights to several German cities - especially in winter.
The bus line F will take you to the city center (every 15 minutes / on Sunday it departs every 30 minutes). Cost € 5,50.
Other nearby Airports include Munich (203 KM), Memmingen (187 KM), Salzburg (176 KM), St. Gallen-Altenrhein (200 KM) and Friedrichshafen (230 KM).
To reach Innsbruck from one of the above airports you can take a train (check ÖBB and DB for the price and timetable) or a taxi.
There are a lot of companies, which offer private transfers from and to Innsbruck.
Regular trains operate from Venice, Bolzano/Bozen, Zurich, Munich, Graz, Vienna (via Linz and Salzburg) and many other destinations.
Despite being a smaller city Innsbruck has fantastic train connections to all major cities in its neighborhood. The main station, Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof, is located at Südtiroler Platz (South-tyrolean square) in the east of the city center. In addition there are several stations which serve suburban and regional train connections.
The Austrian train system is operated by the Österreichische Bundesbahnen, OEBB.
Travelers with ÖBB Vorteilscard get up to 50% discount when traveling within Austria.
There is a special Vorteilscard for people under the age of 26 which comes at a reduced price.
With a RailPlus dicount cards travelers save up to 25% when traveling by train from any of the surrounding neighbour countries.
Innsbruck is reachable through both of Tyrol's motorways: Inntalautobahn (A 12), coming from France and Switzerland, the Brennerautobahn (A 13), coming from Italy and the (A8/A12 or E 45) coming from Germany.
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To find more information visit the official site for Innsbruck