As a member of the global Star Alliance Network, Austrian Airlines guarantees full coordination with other international airlines and timetables for optimum connections worldwide. Innsbruck has its own airport, located about 3 km from the city centre which can be reached either by bus or by taxi. Munich Airport, located some 180 km or a 2-hour drive away, presents a further option for getting to Innsbruck by plane. Direct connections to/from Innsbruck are (depending on winter-/ summer-season): Vienna, Graz, Frankfurt, Hannover, Cologne, Bonn, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Göteborg, Copenhagen, Oslo and Stavanger. From Vienna, Frankfurt and Munich access to all international airlines. Further information: Airport Innsbruck - www.flughafen-innsbruck.at Airport Munich - www.munich-airport.de Where Igls is situated - www.come-innsbruck.at
Thanks to its central location at the heart of europe (bording 7 countries - Germany, Swizerland, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovac Republic, Slovenia, Liechtenstein) Innsbruck is also easily accessible by train. Innsbruck railway station has good Intercity and Eurocity connections to Zurich (approx. 3.5h), Munich (approx. 2h), Vienna (approx. 5h) or Bolzano (approx. 2 h). The main railway station is close to the downtown area (10-min by taxi to congresspark igls).
Innsbruck is easily accessible by car, with an excellent network of roads from all over Europe. You may use the highway exits A12 - Innsbruck Mitte, Ost or West or highway A13 exit Patsch and then towards Igls and congresspark. Salzburg approx. 2-hr drive Vienna approx. 5-hr drive Munich approx. 2-hr drive Zurich approx. 3-hr drive Milan approx. 4-hr drive