Welcome to Innsbruck
Innsbruck is the capital city of Tyrol in western Austria and the fifth-largest city in Austria. Located in the heart of the alps between high mountains Innsbruck hosted the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics as well as the first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012.
The name Innsbruck translates as „Inn bridge“
Arriving by plane
Many people say that the final approach over the Tirolean Alps into Innsbruck is one of the most spectacular anywhere in the world.
Innsbruck Airport is served by frequent scheduled flights from major cities like Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam and Vienna.
Unfortunately, flight operations are still limited at the moment.
Please find further details in the summer travel schedule.
The airport is located in the west in close proximity to the city. Bus line F takes travellers to the city centre and close to the venue in around 10 minutes.
A taxi ride costs about 15€
Arriving by train
The main train station Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is only 5-10 min. walking distance from the venue.
Austrian Federal Railways provide frequent connections to all major Austrian cities, Vienna International Airport, to Germany via Munich Airport (2h15min), Salzburg Airport (2h12min) and to Italy via Verona
ÖBB website (Austrian Federal Railways)
Arriving by car
Innsbruck is located at the motorway intersection of A12 (Inntalautobahn) from Germany (Rosenheim) and the A13 (Brennerautobahn) from Italy.
Please note: for all Austrian motorways a toll-sticker is required, for the Brennerautobahn additional toll fees apply
Venue address for your navigation system:
AC Hotel Innsbruck
Salurner Strasse 15, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Main Hotel and Venue of the EULVIC: AC Marriott Hotel Innsbruck
Due to the G7 Summit Hotels in Innsbruck are overbooked – therefore some particiapants will stay in Mieders which is a 20 minute ride away from Innsbruck.
Hotel: Serles Mieders
Dorfstraße 58, 6142 Mieders, Austria
a shuttle will be provided in the morning and evening. A bus statdion is in front of the Hotel.