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Getting here & Location

Thanks to its location in the heart of the Alps and Europe, Tirol is incredibly easy to reach.

Arriving by train & bus

Trains operated by the Austrian and Swiss Federal Railways as well as Deutsche Bahn provide great value for money, fast and relaxed transport to Tirol. Moreover, passengers benefit from ongoing offers for business travellers, group rates and special prices for bookings made in advance.

ÖBB Congress Account
Organisers can set up a congress account via the Austrian Federal Railways. This enables participants to purchase train tickets at a significantly discounted price. At the end of the congress, the organiser receives a balance sheet showing how much carbon was reduced as a result.

With  “GRETA” you calculate your CO2 consumption for the different travel options. You can find out more about sustainable travel to Tirol under “Green Mobility“.

Innsbruck Central Station is an approx. 10-minute walk from Innsbruck’s Old Town From there, you can quickly and comfortably travel to countless European capital cities using international train and “ICE” connections, such as:

  • From Vienna to Innsbruck 14x daily in 4:14 h
  • From Munich to Innsbruck 7x daily in 1:44 h
  • From Zurich to Innsbruck 6x daily in 3:31 h

From May to the end of October, the ÖBB Nightjet enables a comfortable, climate-friendly and congestion-free journey. 18 Tirol regions can be reached with the Nightjet combo ticket.

Trainline supports you and your customers in finding the ideal connections by bus or train at the best rates for your business trip to Tirol.

Travellers will find Innsbruck bus station right in front of the main station building. Innsbruck public transport services whisk you quickly and conveniently by bus or tram to your desired destination.

Our partner, Four Seasons Travel, has been a leading provider of transfer services to and from all stations in the surrounding area for over 35 years.

Arriving by car

Thanks to its extensive and well-developed infrastructure, Tirol is easily accessible in both summer and winter. Whether arriving from Italy, Germany or Switzerland – along federal highways, over alpine passes or motorways, you can reach your destination quickly and easily using the following routes:

  • Via the A12 Inntalautobahn (Inn Valley Motorway) from Germany, crossing the Austrian border at Kufstein
  • Via the A13 Brennerautobahn (Brenner Motorway) from Italy

Please note that purchase of a “Vignette” motorway toll sticker is obligatory when driving on Austrian motorways. This is available as a 10-day, 2-month or yearly “Vignette” ticket from automobile clubs, petrol stations and at border crossings. For even more information, please visit: www.vignette.at

If you have questions about the traffic situation or the current road conditions, the Austrian Automobile Club, ÖAMTC is always on hand to help.

If you are travelling to Innsbruck, here is some helpful information on all multi-storey car parks as well as information on short-term parking zones and park & rides.

Arriving by plane

Centrally located in the heart of the Alps and only 3km from the city centre of Innsbruck, Innsbruck Airport enables visitors to travel quickly and comfortably to Tirol. Direct flight connections operate daily to numerous major European cities such as

  • Vienna
  • London
  • Amsterdam
  • or Hamburg

Therefore, Innsbruck Airport is your ideal hub connecting you with the whole world. Please find HERE the current timetable of Innsbruck Airport.

Furthermore, Innsbruck Airport offers an exclusive Tirol Lounge where you can spend waiting hours in a cozy and stylish atmosphere. Regardless the airline, booking class or airline mile status, a VIP-Service with personal assistance, support with luggage and a shorter waiting period can be booked.

There are also numerous international airports within easy reach of Tirol, which are just as quick and easy to reach:

All surrounding airports and also Innsbruck Airport are Isocertified. You can find an insight into the sustainability strategy in the current sustainability report of Innsbruck Airport.

Lufthansa Private Jet offers a special service for arriving to Tirol by plane – all information can be found via www.lufthansa.com/privatejet.

In addition to that, TUI Airways flies from more than 21 UK airports, direct to over 70 worldwide destinations, including Innsbruck Airport (INN).

Our partner, Four Seasons Travel, has been a leading provider of transfer services to and from all airports in the surrounding area, as well as other destinations in and around Tirol for over 35 years.

Arriving by transfer service

Our partner, Four Seasons Travel, transports you reliably, safely and comfortably to and from all airports in and around Tyrol, as well as to numerous other destinations.
Four Seasons Travel can look back on over 35 years of transfer service expertise in the Alpine region, making it the perfect partner for all types of travel. Be it with a spacious taxi, luxury limousine or coach – Convention Bureau Tirol’s exclusive partner will make sure you get to your destination quickly, comfortably and without complication.

Getting from A to B in Tirol

Congress participants and business guests who are staying tow or more nights in the area of Innsbruck are offered the Welcome Card. The Welcome Card allows you to use public transport free of charge in the region of Innsbruck.
Included are connections between the individual villages in the region as well as in the city of Innsbruck. The card is also valid on the regional trains of the ÖBB.

Arriving by train, the Alpbachtal Card  allows you to reach your accommodation free of charge with the regional busses.

The wide range of guest cards in Tirol offer congress participants and business guests the possibility of getting around free of charge by public transport in the different regions of Tirol.

With NatureTrip you can easily plan public transportation for a social program or incentive. Select a category and all activities within a one-hour radius are presented.

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