Arrival by car
Right in the heart of Europe
Exceptional flexibility and ideal links with Central Europe’s main transport routes make driving to Innsbruck a particularly pleasant experience. The journey is easy and stress-free thanks to well-developed road networks that make for easy access to the city.
- Please note that a “Vignette” (road tax disc) is required for travel on Austrian motorways. Read more here. http://www.asfinag.at/home-en
- )From the East or the West: take the A12 motorway, tolls apply for the Arlberg Tunnel.
- From the South: take the A13 Brenner 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)