Approach Tyrol by train and bus

Innsbruck is situated at one of the main European railway routes. So it can be reached easily from Munich in the north as well as from Venice and Milano in the south.

Intercity trains and car trains are the most comfortable way to travel. From Innsbruck you can reach the most important valleys and villages by train, all other places by bus.

More information to the public transport in Tyrol you find here (in German language). Below you find an overview of the railway connections:

NORTH TYROL BY TRAIN:

From Germany:
via Stuttgart - Munich - Rosenheim

From Switzerland:
via Zurich and St. Anton am Arlberg (North Tyrol)

From Austria:
via Vienna - Graz - Salzburg

From Italy:
via Milan - Trento - Verona via Brennero

EAST TYROL BY TRAIN:

From Italy:
via Bolzano - Bressanone - Sillian - Lienz

From Austria:
via Spittal to Lienz-Sillian
via Kitzbühel - proceed with public transport to Matrei-Lienz

Useful links for the approach by train and bus:
German railway “DB”
Austrian railway “ÖBB”
Italian railway “Ferrovie dello Stato”
Public transport in Tyrol (in German language)

We wish you a safe travel!

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