The International Innsbruck Airport is a regional airport with modern facilities and top security. The International Airport Innsbruck has direct flight connections with several European cities. The Innsbruck Airport is also well connected through the airport hubs Vienna (Austria) or Frankfurt (Germany) with up to 6 flights daily from either airport hubs. Daily flights operate to several international destinations, such as Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Vienna. The airlines Air Berlin, Lufthansa, Transavia, Austrian Airlines, Monarch, British Airways, NIKI, easyJet and S7 all fly to Innsbruck Airport.
Getting from/to airport to/from Innsbruck
Innsbruck Airport is located on the western edge of the city (Innsbruck-Kranebitten district) and offers maximum comfort, short transfers and unique flair. The easiest way to get from the airport to your accommodation is to take a taxi, which you can easly find outside the airport. If you prefer public transport the bus “F” takes you to the city centre: from 5.59 am until 10.59 pm daily the bus takes you within 17 minutes to the main train station Innsbruck past the old town and Maria-Theresien-Straße (main street). The cost is about 2.30 Euros, 2.70 Euros if paid directly to the driver.
Alternatively you can use Munich Airport and get to Innsbruck by train. Take the train S8 from Munich Airport to “Munich East” train station and change there to a train to Innsbruck. For a train schedule, please check here.
You can also take a shared taxi, which takes you directly to your accommodation in Innsbruck. Transfer time from Munich Airport to Innsbruck is approximately 2-3 hours. For more information, please check here.
Austrian railways: http://www.oebb.at/en/
Right in the heart of Europe, Innsbruck is very conveniently located. A well-developed road network connects the Tyrolean capital to the world.
- From the East or the West (coming from the North (Germany), East (Germany), and West (Switzerland)): take the A12 motorway, tolls apply for the Arlberg Tunnel. A toll sticker is required.
- From the South (coming from Italy): take the A13 Brenner Motorway. Extra toll fees are charged on the A 13 Motorway – tolls apply from the Innsbruck-Süd junction.
- From East Tyrol: take the Felbertauern tunnel toll road or go via the Puster Valley (Italy)In the case of congestion, please observe the “Rettungsgasse” (emergency corridor), which was introduced in Austria on 01.01.2012. Read more here. (http://www.asfinag.at/was-ist-die-rettungsgasse).
Car Parking in Innsbruck
If you travel by car, please notice that parking space is rare in Innsbruck. In addition, the parking system is quite complicated. For more information, please check here or here (information only available in German).
Map of parking places (Short-term parking zones, underground car parks, multi-story car parks): Click here for an overview of all the public park garages in Innsbruck.