How to get to Innsbruck

By aircraft:

Innsbruck has a small but international airport. There are indeed six connections from Vienna and four from Frankfurt every day. All Congress participants who arrive in Innsbruck and communicate their arrival dates timely will enjoy a shuttle transport free of any charge from the airport to the hotel in Seefeld. Should you book your flight to Munich, you will have the S-Bahn (commuter railway) from the airport to Munich Hauptbahnhof (central station of Munich) and consequently a Regional-Express (railway) directly to Seefeld (takes two hours from Munich). Please let us also know about your details about this route, although we do not offer a free shuttle service from Munich.

By train:

Innsbruck is a railway junction point – trains from Zurich, Milan, Vienna and Germany arrive several times every day. We will be happy to pick you up from the railway station – or you proceed directly to Seefeld by Regional-Express (railway; direction to Munich).

By car:

Coming from Germany: Munich, then Autobahn A92 to Garmisch, Mittenwald to Seefeld;
coming from East: A12 Inntal-Autobahn to Innsbruck West, then towards Seefeld;
coming from West: also via Autobahn A12;
coming from South: via A13 (Brenner-Autobahn) to Innsbruck, then on towards Seefeld.



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