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How to Get to Innsbruck
Situated in the heart of the Alps, Innsbruck is especially famous for its ski resorts. Its central-European location makes it an easy destination to visit. Read our article to find out available options of ground transportation to Innsbruck from nearby places.
Taxi to Innsbruck
If landing at Innsbruck Airport – the nearest one from the city, you’ll spend around 15 minutes and 30 euros to get to the city downtown by taxi. A trip from Salzburg air hub will cost from 304 euros and last around 2 hours. Munich air terminal is the closest major air gate to Innsbruck. Getting to the city from there by ordinary 4-wheeled taxi will make around 300 euros and near 2 hours. In all the three cases, taxi prices are approximate, as they mainly depend on road traffic.
Transfer to Innsbruck
To make your journey foreseeable and planned, you may choose a variant of a private transfer. When pre-booking transportation beforehand, you stay sure you’ll get your car in the agreed place on time, know the price in advance (and it won’t change). To pre-order a Kiwitaxi transfer, you should provide pick-up and drop-off places, the time you need a car, and a number of passengers. You should choose a suitable vehicle class and order child seats if traveling with children.
A private taxi transfer from the air terminal will make from 36 euros and 15 minutes. Getting from Salzburg and Munich air hubs to the the city center will cost from 305 and 252 euros and take 1,5 and 2 hours respectively. Fares for reaching the city from St Anton am Arlberg by transfer start from 174 euros, the trip takes an hour and 10 minutes.
With Kiwitaxi, a driver meets you at the agreed time to help you with luggage and bring you to the destination safely and comfortably. The transfer service is available 24/7.
Public Transport to Innsbruck
One can take a train from St Anton for 14-23 euros and reach the resort in an hour and 10 minutes. A direct train connects the city with Salzburg air hub as well: you’ll have to pay 24-40 euros per ticket and spend an hour and 50 minutes of time. The best way to reach the city from Munich air terminal by public transport is to go by bus. The travel will cost 20 euros per person and last 3 hours and 20 minutes.
Trains and buses are less convenient than taxi and transfer service: they provide little space for luggage and no designated seats for small children. Besides, most of the public transport means are unavailable at night hours.
The capital of the federal state Tirol, the city is the fifth largest city in Austria and a very popular destination for tourists. Due to its mountain location, the city hosted Winter Olympic, Paralympic, as well as Winter Youth Olympic Games.