When you fly into Innsbruck Airport, you land right in the heart of the Alps. This is your guide to getting to and from the airport.
Bus F runs between Innsbruck Airport and the main train station at 15 minute intervals from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays and public holidays it goes every 30 minutes. Find the up-to-date timetable here. A single ticket costs €2,30 if you buy it at the ticket machine near the bus stop in front of the airport building, or €2,70 if you buy it on the bus. Children up to 6 years of age travel free. Discounts apply for children and youth between 6 and 20 and people over 62. The journey to and from the city centre takes about 15 minutes.
The taxi stand is directly in front of the terminal building. Expect to pay anything from €12 for the journey into the Innsbruck city centre. Innsbruck Taxi gives upfront information about their rates and seems to be reasonably priced.
Many taxi companies offer transfers to ski resorts and other Tyrolean towns and villages. There are also several dedicated airport shuttle services. Innsbruck Airport compiled a handy list to give its passengers an idea of what they can expect to pay for transfers to different areas of Tyrol.
Five top car rental companies have offices at Innsbruck Airport. They are: Hertz, Avis/Budget, Europcar, MegaDrive and Sixt. The parking garage is only a short distance from the terminal building.
Useful Words and Phrases:
Airport – Flughafen
Main Train Station – Hauptbahnhof
City Centre – Zentrum
Car Rental – Autovermietung
Where can I find…? – Wo finde ich…?
- Don’t forget to read about all the different Innsbruck flights.