Arriving by bus and train
Arriving by train
Relaxing, comfortable and safe – ideal rail connections and attractive rates make Innsbruck a great destination for eco-conscious train travellers.
The train is a comfortable, environmentally friendly and convenient way to travel. Enjoy the stunning scenery in Innsbruck and Tyrol while taking advantage of the numerous international rail connections and perfectly scheduled train links to all European capitals.
Lockers, supermarkets, cafés, bistros, bakeries, tobacconists and ATMs are all available at the station.
FlixBus / MeinFernbus
FlixBus (also known as MeinFernbus) provides comfortable long-distance buses to Innsbruck from all over Europe. The buses operate several times a day and follow direct routes. FlixBus is also ideal for getting from Munich Airport to Innsbruck. You can also use FlixBus to explore South Tyrol and Italy, including the cities of Merano, Milan, Venice and Rome.
In Innsbruck, the buses stop on “Südbahnstraße” street.
Getting around with the Innsbruck Card
It’s easy to explore Innsbruck and its holiday villages without a car: the Innsbruck Card gives city explorers and nature lovers free access to perfectly scheduled public transportation. And there’s more: Innsbruck Card holders also travel for free on numerous lifts and cable cars. This makes Innsbruck a vertical holiday experience, from historic flair in the old town to high alpine wonder just a 20 minute lift ride away.
The Innsbruck Card is also treasured by art and culture enthusiasts because it includes free entry to numerous museums and attractions – from the Bergisel Ski Jump and the Alpine Zoo to the Court Church and the Audioversum: the Innsbruck Card is your ticket to many great experiences.