Hotel Zach

Wilhelm-Greilstrasse 11, Innsbruck, Tirol, 6020, Austria
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train from vienna airport to innsbruck

by vpas

my flight lands at 1.45 in the afternoon in Vienna,would it be possible for me to take the train from Vienna to innsbruck which starts at 3.20 p.m.?
Also is the train station close to the airport?
thank you

Re: train from vienna airport to innsbruck

by leics

I haven't been to Vienna airport so can only partially answer your question from researching the relevant sites.

The Innsbruck train leaves from Wien Westbahnhof station. As far as I can see from

http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&content-id=1129903097097&reserve-mode=active

train and S-bahn from the airport both go to Wien Mitte station (16 minutes by train) from where you would have to take the Metro to the Westbahnhof.

Metro map here:

http://homepage.univie.ac.at/horst.prillinger/metro/english/network_maps.html

It might be easier to take the airport bus direct to the Westbahnhof. Timetables & info in English:

http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/prj3/via/website.jart?rel=en&content-id=1135697462786&reserve-mode=active

Runs every 20 minutes, takes around 45 minutes, depending on traffic.

Allowing, say, 45 minutes to get out of the airport (you will have hold baggage to collect?) then you might make it...but it seems a bit tight to me.

Hopefully a Viennese VT-er will soon advise.....

Re: train from vienna airport to innsbruck

by nicolaitan

the bus from the airport to westbahnhof stops at sudbahnhof, and we hit a fair amount of traffic on the way. thinking back on our trip last october, this seems a bit tight. better to plan on the next train.

Travel Tips for Innsbruck

Innsbruck

by tessy

We made a short trip to Innsbruck, stayed there only some hours. We walked in the old town, took a lot of pics of the beautiful houses, made a nice picnic in the sun (in november!!!!). Then we went to the Bergisel jumping stadion. We were so impressed, that we stayed there longtime and had no time to go to the Alpenzooand other attractions. Schloss Ambras was closed in november, unfortunately. What I liked best, is how snd where Innsbruck is situated: in the Inn valley, surrounded by the mountains covered by snow, the beautiful fall colours and the magnificant houses in the old town! And it looks so amazing when sun is shining!

Walking the streets

by TinKan

Although we did not get to spend much time in Innsbruck and it was raining, we did get to see some beautiful buildings and do some shopping in the local market.

Everyone we met was just so nice and helpful with directions to the local sites and shopping.. Be sure to go to the old center of town and see the market, the congress and the historic buildings found here.

The walking street is a nice area to just poke around in the shops there and (if ya know me) a nice place to sit and have coffee and watch the world go by.

The Old Town

by Cool-123

Originally a Gothic town house, dating from the 15th century. In 1730, the facade was decorated with late-baroque stuccoes by artists from the Wessobrunner School. Now a residential and business building.

Another view down...

by steventilly

Another view down Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse, from the river end looking towards Goldnes Dachl. The galleries can be seen on the left hand side. The whole length of the street is lined with these galleries that contain a whole variety of shops from modern chain stores to old fashioned vendors.

So much to offer:...

by lvdpiet

Innsbruck has a lot to offer: The theatre next to the Hofgarten offers all kinds up to musicals, operette, opera, etc. The Hof offers a museum and also in the centre there are several museums, the Mayorshouse tower, The riverside, there is so much of it. So go to the Tourist info office and find out. Our day's there were to short to do all that. But it was very pleasant anyway !

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 Hotel Zach

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Zach Hotel Innsbruck

Address: Wilhelm-Greilstrasse 11, Innsbruck, Tirol, 6020, Austria