GETTING TO INNSBRUCK
Convention City Innsbruck is easy to access from every direction thanks to its central location at the heart of Europe and the city impresses upon arrival with its well-developed infrastructure.
Trains travel to Innsbruck from every direction: from Basel or Zurich via Feldkirch and St. Anton am Arlberg, from Munich via Rosenheim and Garmisch, from Milan via Verona and Bolzano, or from Vienna via Linz and Salzburg. Austrian Federal Railways Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) ensures a relaxing journey.
Highways from the west (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Vorarlberg), from the south (Rome, Milan, Bolzano) and from the east (Munich, Salzburg, Vienna) all come together in Innsbruck.
Direct flights from many European cities, including Amsterdam, Vienna, Frankfurt, London and Paris, connect Innsbruck Airport and the rest of Europe. The airport's modern infrastructure and short distance to the city centre make it an ideal arrival point.
The city of Innsbruck can also be reached from various other international airports:
• München Airport (188 km away)
• Salzburg Airport (178 km away)
• Zürich Airport (293 km away)
• Wien Airport (503 km away)
You can find more information about how to get to the Innsbruck region here.
TRANSPORT FOR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS
Innsbruck is the city of short distances. In order to get from your hotel to the event location even more optimally, the Innsbruck public transport company (IVB) makes you mobile even without a car. Around 200 bus and tram lines ensure good connections around the clock in the congress city of Innsbruck.