For those who fly to Innsbruck Airport, this information will be relevant. I’ll tell you how to get to the center of Innsbruck by public transport, how to order a taxi and how to get to the popular Autrian ski resorts.
Official website of the airport https://www.innsbruck-airport.com
Airport map can be found here
Tax Free at Innsbruck Airport is present – at the Global Blue counter you must present your purchases and the necessary documents. Schedule: on weekdays from 8 am to midnight, on Saturday from 9 am to midnight, on Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm.
Also at the airport there are left-luggage offices.
How to get to the city from Innsbruck Airport
Transfer to Innsbruck
The most convenient option is an individual transfer. The main advantages of ordering in advance is that you can place an order in Russian, indicating the destination, request additional services (for example, a child seat), reserve a car class and, of course, know the final price in advance. You can find a suitable transfer through the service kiwitaxi.com , I recently used it in Spain and was satisfied. Cost from 37 € per car.
A budget option to get to the city is bus F. The bus leaves from the stop located at the exit of the terminal and follows to Innsbruck railway station. It takes about 20 minutes to get there. The price of a single ticket is 5.10 €. You can buy tickets in the machine (cheaper) or directly on the bus when boarding (more expensive). Innsbruck Klinik / Univesitat – stop in the city center, 500m from one of the main attractions – houses with a golden roof.
Read also my article about prices in Austria .
How to get from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen
Distance Innsbruck – Mayrhofen about 70 km.
The most convenient way to get there is, of course, a taxi or transfer, especially in winter, if you arrive in Innsbruck with your ski kit. You can order a taxi in advance online, in this case the transfer fee will be from 150 euros per car. Travel time is approximately 1 hour.Book a transfer >>>
To get from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen by public transport, you will need at least an hour and a half (excluding travel time from the airport to the center of Innsbruck). There is no direct transport on the route. To begin with, you need to get to Jenbach by train from Innsbruck, price from 9 euros, from where you can continue the route by train (the total fare is 23 euros) or choose a bus.
Read also my article about town Hallstatt .
From Innsbruck to Ischgl: transfer.
Directly from Innsbruck Airport you can reach another popular ski resort. The distance between Innsbruck and Ischgl is about 100 km. In order not to waste time on transplants and effort on transporting ski equipment, it is worth ordering a transfer. Price – from 170 euros, a car class can be chosen independently, based on the number of people and the amount of luggage. Book a transfer >>>
To get there by public transport, take the train going to Landeck Zams, and then by bus. Travel time 2 hours + change time + time to get from Innsbruck Airport.
Innsbruck – Sölden
To get from Innsbruck to Sölden, you can use the shuttle service , from 160 euros per car.
By public transport, namely by train, you must first get to the station in Ötztal (about 10 euros), and from there use the Austrian Postbus to get to Sölden (8-9 euros).
Innsbruck – Kitzbuhel
There are also electric trains from Innsbruck to the Kitzbühel Bahnhof station (direct flight 37 euros, flight with a transfer from 32 euros), travel time 1 -1.5 hours. You can buy train tickets through the Russian-language website omio.com , you do not need to print tickets, just show the controller a QR code.
Car rental at Innsbruck Airport
A great option is to rent a car. Read about my experience in renting a car with autoeurope.com service . You can choose a car by the link or through the search form below
That’s all! If there are additions, please leave comments.