The Institute of Anatomy
Department für Anatomie, Histologie und Embryologie
Tel.: +43 (0)512 9003 71143
Fax.: +43 (0)512 9003 73111
The charming Austrian mountain town of Innsbruck is much more than a mere winter ski destination. It’s also a vibrant cosmopolitan city with more than 100,000 residents, and the capital of the stunning alpine region of Tyrol. Innsbruck does a superb job blending outdoor recreation with historic and cultural attractions.
HOW TO GET TO INNSBRUCK
Arriving by car
Innsbruck is reachable through both of Tyrol's motorways: Inntalautobahn (A 12) and Brennerautobahn (A 13).
Arriving by rail
Regular (direct) trains operate from Venice, Bolzano/Bozen, Zurich, Munich, Graz, Vienna (via Linz and Salzburg) and many other destinations.
Arriving by air
Innsbruck-airport is located 5km (3 miles) to the west of Innsbruck. Taxi ranks are located immediately in front of the airport building. Local buses operation every 15 minutes from morning to evening between the airport and the main station in Innsbruck. The journey takes approximately 10-15mins and the bus stop is located immediately in front of the terminal building.