This acclaimed meeting facility has been honored with some of the most prestigious awards and recognitions in the travel and meetings industries. In 2001, it was rated the World's Best Convention Center in Melbourne.
The Innsbruck Congress was rated the World's Best Convention Center in 2001.
The town's modern congress center, Innsbruck Congress, is literally on the banks of the Inn and within easy walking distance from the charming Old Town. Built in 1973 and fully refurbished in 1995, the center has 12 rooms ranging from 45 to 2,300 square meters in area and three plenary halls. The spectacular Dogana Hall, on the site of a 16th-century, library-turned-customs-hall, seats 835 persons banquet-style between the original arcaded walls--a rare combination of medieval architecture and fully modern technology and facilities.
Set in Austria's Tirol Province, amid breathtaking mountain scenery, Innsbruck is a town that can work beautifully for both meetings and incentives. Sited on the banks of the River Inn (Innsbruck means "Inn's bridge") and surrounded by the Tirolean Alps, the town blends sport and recreational opportunities, historic venues, exciting cultural events, and a variety of lodging options. With its 800-year history (Innsbruck was the royal seat of the Habsburgs, beginning in 1494 with Emperor Maximilian), the town offers visitors medieval castles, baroque cathedrals, a Gothic marketplace, and museums to help them pull it all together.
What’s more, Innsbruck is readily accessible by air, railroad and car.
The spectacular Dogana Hall at the Innsbruck Congress.
Convention Development Program: The Innsbruck & Village Resorts Tourist Board supports meetings and conventions with a minimum number of 75 attendants. The Tourist Board encourages conference travel