getting to seefeld was made all the easier by planning in advance i checked and re checked timetables,platforms and train routes at home on the net so i knew exactly where to go, what time, platform,the stops on the way and brought all the gen with me,and you know it all matched up so planning is my watchword.
get the airport transfer bus,from innsbruck airport,(this bus is parked just outside the terminal and is clearly marked) to innsbruck trainstation,at time of travel it was only 1 euro 60 cents,a taxi is up to 10 euros so you choose?
I got the train at Innsbruck station,which at time of travel was under heavy reconstruction,i had to be redirected to an alternate platform,after a brief couple of enquirys,it was fortunately painless,i got the train ok, and had a very pleasent ride straight in to Seefeld all to plan.
for details of austrian train times visit their website www.oebb.at
air alps are a regional airline operating services within mainland europe,
my connecting flight to innsbruck was from amsterdam schiphol,
my plane was a really nice turboprop.
for air alps services and timetables visit their website.
by car, by train or by plane to the Innsbruck airport
free shuttle buses, reasonable ski buses and post buses help you (and your skis) get around.