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Getting to Innsbruck

Innsbruck is easy to reach by train, bus, car or plane from all over the world. Since the event is to be hosted as a Green Meeting, we recommend travelling by public transport.


Relaxed, comfortable and safe – excellent rail connections and attractive rates make Innsbruck a great destination for eco-conscious train travellers. You can gaze out of the window and admire the mountains and stunning countryside. International trains run frequently from Vienna, Bregenz, Munich, Zurich and Bolzano. The main station is just a ten minute walk from
the old town and Congress Innsbruck. More information on timetables


Comfortable long-distance coaches take you to Innsbruck from all over Europe. The coaches operate several times a day and follow direct routes. Coaches are also ideal for getting from Munich airport to Innsbruck. In Innsbruck, the coaches stop on Südbahnstrasse, a 20-minute walk from Congress Innsbruck.
Further informations here


Innsbruck can be reached via the A12 motorway (Inntal Autobahn) and A13 motorway (Brenner Autobahn). Congress Innsbruck is signposted from the “Innsbruck West” and “Innsbruck Ost” motorway exits. Please note that a “Vignette” (motorway toll sticker) is required to travel on Austrian motorways. Route planner


Innsbruck airport
Innsbruck airport is about 3 km from the city centre. It offers good transport connections to Innsbruck city centre. Daily flights operate to several international and national destinations, including Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Amsterdam and Vienna.

Munich airport
Munich airport is around 180 km from Innsbruck and operates different connections to a whole host of European destinations.

Carbon offsetting

Greenhouse gas emissions (CO2) can be offset by climate protection projects. A „climate protection contribution“ can be made to support these projects. The CO2 emissions generated by congress travel are calculated accurate to a kilometer, based on the individual travel distance. Emissions and respective compensations for air travel can be calculated by using the CO2 compensation system of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna here.