How to get there

ARRIVAL

Innsbruck has perfect connections and ideal links to Central Europe's most important air travel, railway and highway networks.

Due to revision works, the Hungerburgbahn will be out of transport while the ÖGAI Annual Meeting 2016 takes place. However, there are two excellent ways to reach the Villa Blanka from downtown Innsbruck. You are able to choose your favorite way of transport.

The first possibility to reach the Villa Blanka is the pedestrian way shown by the map, leading you through Innsbruck's stunning scenery beside the beautiful sight of the river Inn. The walking distance is around 20min.

Walking Map


The second possibility is a shuttle, which takes you on a comfortable ride from downtown Innsbruck to the Villa Blanka. The time schedule shows you the departure and arrival times of the public bus line "W". Please get in/off at "Markthalle", which is situated in front of the Music School, Innrain 5. The Villa Blanka has it's own bus stop just in front of the congress location. Please be informed that your ride with the bus line "W" is only free of charge within the indicated time schedule.


ARRIVAL BY CAR

 

Innsbruck is located in the heart of Europe and the Alps. Its central location and excellent infrastructure makes it an easy destination to visit by car. Exceptional flexibility and ideal links with Central Europe’s main transport routes and well developed road networks make driving to Innsbruck a particularly pleasant experience.

From Salzburg, Munich about 2 hrs. driving time
From Vienna                about 5 hrs. driving time
From Zurich about 3 hrs. driving time
From Milano about 4 hrs. driving time

ARRIVAL BY TRAIN

Relaxing, comfortable and safe – enjoy the stunning scenery in Innsbruck while taking advantage of the numerous international rail connections and perfectly scheduled train links to all European capitals.

ARRIVING BY PLANE

Austrian Airlines and Austrian Arrows as well as different Low-Cost Carriers offer daily direct connections from the most important European cities to Innsbruck.

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