Innsbruck is the capital of the Federal State of Tyrol. Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful cities in the Alps. This is mainly due to the townscape, characterized by the Innsbruck Old Town with its arcades, the City Tower and the Golden Roof. The city’s location as a bridge between north and south, between east and west and its century-long tradition as a university town lend Innsbruck a political, economical and cultural significance.
Arriving by train
The favorable location of Innsbruck (north-south axis) makes it possible for you to get here easily by train. Innsbruck has excellent Intercity and Eurocity connections with the cities of Zurich, Vienna, Munich and Bolzano www.oebb.at.
Arriving by plane
Innsbruck Airport is located to the west of the city, approximately 4 km / 2.5 miles from the centre. All year round, this international airport offers good connections to travel hubs like Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London or Vienna, where you can fly to destinations worldwide. In addition, there are numerous seasonal flights. You will find the current flight schedule and further information at Innsbruck airport.
Arriving by car
For your best route please use the map below. Parking spaces are available in the congress center.
The event location
Situated at the foot of the Nordkette and in the immediate vicinity of the Old Town, Congress Innsbruck combines professionalism, hospitality and efficiency.
An events center with international dimensions and Tyrolean charm. Everything is close at hand, the spatial layout is clear and all the facilities are in one place.