Mobility


While in days gone by the mountains of Tirol could be accessed only with great difficulty, today the region boasts an excellent transport infrastructure, making it easy to get to for all visitors

 

However you decide to travel to Tirol, this region in the west of Austria is easily accessible thanks to its modern transport network. Travelling by train or bus is one of the most relaxing ways to get here, be it from other parts of Austria or from countries such as Germany, Switzerland and Italy. Driving to Tirol in your own car is also easy, whichever direction you are coming from. Motorway travel requires a toll sticker (“Vignette”), while all other roads are accessible free of charge. Whichever route you take, fantastic views are guaranteed! Guests planning to arrive by airplane will find direct flights from many European cities to the Innsbruck-Kranebitten airport. Some airlines even operate a daily service to Innsbruck.

 

Trains

Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB), www.oebb.at
German Railway (DB), www.bahn.de
Trenitalia, www.trenitalia.com
Swiss Railway (SBB), www.sbb.ch
Italian State Railways (FS), www.fsitaliane.it
Train Station Transfers Tirol, www.bahnhofshuttle.tirol
Treski (Belgian state railroad direct train to Austria), www.b-europe.com

 

Airports

Innsbruck Airport, www.innsbruck-airport.com
Salzburg Airport, www.salzburg-airport.com
Munich Airport, www.munich-airport.de
Memmingen Airport, www.allgaeu-airport.de
Friedrichshafen Airport, www.bodensee-airport.eu
Zurich Airport, www.flughafen-zuerich.ch
Transfer.tirol – Shuttleservice, www.transfer.tirol.at

 

Long distance buses

FlixBus,  www.flixbus.co.uk

 

Local public transport

Public transport in Tirol: Verkehrsverbund Tirol (VVT), www.vvt.at
VVT Mobility „SmartRide“ App, www.vvt.at/smartride