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All the info on how to get to Innsbruck by plane, train, car and bus




Welcome to the ... Capital of the Alps!

Very few cities are able to merge and unite in a single soul valleys and peaks, nature and city, mountains and urban environment: Innsbruck is, without a doubt, one of these. Perfect whether you choose to spend time during the summer or winter. It can include several monuments and places of interest: the Tettuccio d'Oro, undoubtedly represents the real symbol.

Do not miss the Markets during the Advent season; likewise, it can be said of the surrounding regions with the marvelous villages of enchantment.
So, pack your bags and immerse yourself in a world of sport, culture and leisure at the highest levels.

HOW TO GET

AERIAL

Innsbruck Kranebitten it is the main airport of the city, just a little less than 4 kilometers from the center. It is inserted in a truly unique and particular context, in the heart of the Alps, surrounded by impressive mountains. This conformation often makes the landing phase difficult. The airport is the hub of Tyrolean Jet Services, the Welcome Air and the Austrian Arrows.

Through our special page, from this link, all the info on the airport and direct connections.

The "F" line of buses connects in less than 20 minutes, the airport terminal with the Hauptbanhof Central Railway Station. You can use the simple ticket. It costs 2,30 € and can be purchased at the airport's automatic ticket machines or, vice versa, at the Central Station.

Reaching Innsbruck

TRENO

Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is the main railway station of the city of Innsbruck, as well as one of the busiest and most important of the railway network of Austria. It is connected to the main destinations of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Furthermore, it is one of the main connection stations of the S1, S2, S3, S4 and S5 lines of the Tyrol's S-Bahn

The connections with Italy are guaranteed by the Brenner Railway which connects Verona to the Austrian city, through Rovereto, Trento, Bolzano and bypassing the Bolzano Pass. The line continues for the German Munich and Berlin. Another important link is the line connecting the Hungarian capital to Switzerland; the line crosses the cities of Budapest (Hungary), Vienna, Linz, Salzburg, Wörgl, Feldkirch, Bregenz / Zurich and Basel (Switzerland).

CAR

Distances to important European tourist destinations are not prohibitive. Rather. From Munich it is just 165 kilometers, while, from Berlin, you have to travel around 750. Vienna is about 480 kilometers; Prague, however, just over 550 kilometers. Less than 300 kilometers separate it from Switzerland Zurich. Distances increase for France; Lyon is 750 kilometers. From Milan, in Italy, you can reach the Austrian city in just over 400 kilometers. Cross the Brennero Pass, and enter Austria. The destination can be reached in less than 50 kilometers from the border.

The Austrian motorway network is extremely efficient. Speed ​​limits are 130 km / h; always remember to respect these limits. All sections are tolls. Remember to purchase the appropriate OBLIGATORY stamp, or "vignette", when entering Austria.



BUS

With Flixbus ed Eurolines you can travel by modern and comfortable buses, reaching the Austrian city in just a few hours. Buses connect the city to major European destinations: Germany, France, Spain, Switzerland, Italy. Prices are extremely cheap; the fares for Milan - Innsbruck Heiliggeiststraße, for example, start at € 17,90. Prices are subject to availability and times. We recommend booking in advance to get the best deal.

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