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Visit Us – Travel information

Where to stay – Hotels

We can recommend:

Hotel Sailer

Hotel Adlers

Schwarzer Adler

Motel One Innsbruck

All hotels are in Innsbruck’s heart, just minutes from the historic Old Town. The hotels are next to historical buildings and monuments such as the Imperial Palace, the Imperial Church, the Theatre and the Imperial Garden. The Management Center Innsbruck, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Economics of the Innsbruck University and the Congress Centre Innsbruck are also at its doorstep. Parking space: yes, but they charge for it.


Airport Shuttle Munich – Innsbruck

You can book online at

The shuttle does an airport-to-door transfer. You can book different services, from a shared ride to a limo service. The roundtrip Munich-Innsbruck-Munich is about 128 euros (incl. taxes) per person. It takes about two hours.

Train Airport Munich – Innsbruck

The train runs from Munich Airport to Innsbruck central station. A roundtrip is about 100,00 to 150,00 Euro, depending on time and class. The cheapest ticket was seen for 40 Euros if you buy in advance. It takes about two and a half hours.

Airport Innsbruck

If you arrive at the airport in Innsbruck, please take a taxi in front of the airport. Avoid public transport, it is extremely slow. It should be around 15 Euros and takes 15 Minutes to the city centre. Some taxis are only accepting cash. There is now Uber as well, which is the same price as a taxi.

Our Office Location / Address

AV-Comparatives | Grabenweg 68 | SOHO 2.0 | Europe 1st floor / US 2nd floor

6020 Innsbruck | Austria | Europe


Latitude: 47.264645 | Longitude: 11.440174 | Altitude: 585 meters

By car:

  • The office is a two-minute drive from Highway A12, exit Innsbruck Ost: Take road no. 174 to “city centre”, turn right at the first option to “Gewerbegebiet Rossau “, turn left at the first roundabout, then turn right into Grabenweg at the second roundabout, after 150 m turn right into SOHO 1 & 2.0 garage.
  • In the garage, turn to the left side at the first option (follow signs SOHO 2.0) and use the elevator, pushing the button “1”. 

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Directions AV-Comparatives

Dine Around

Innsbruck has a lot of good restaurants. You can go to any of the restaurants, they are all good. There is no rip-off in any restaurant. Have a look at the menu outside. If you are vegetarian, try “Kas-Spatzln”; if you prefer to eat vegan, you have choices in nearly every restaurant. Please check upfront your visit. Some restaurants are not open every day.

Small selection:

How much should you tip?

When tipping serving staff, Austrians typically add 5% to 15% to the bill, so it’s rounded up to a convenient number. If the bill is 9 Euro, maybe round up to 10. If it’s 25, round up to 28. Never a tip of 20% or more is expected.

Tap water is the best water you can get; don’t pay for bottled water!

Tap water in Innsbruck is mountain spring water. Don’t waste your money by buying bottled water. You will end up buying the same water that comes out of the water tap in your hotel room. Bring a bottle and refill!

General Information

Tourist information:


Yes, German is spoken in Innsbruck, but you are in Austria, not Germany; keep this in mind, J! Nearly everybody speaks English, some better, some worse. But you will get an answer.


Euro, Mastercard, and Visa are usually accepted; Diners Club and Amex could be problematic.

Sight Seeing

The Capital of the Alps and its Cultural Wealth, Tirol’s capital has all the cultural diversity!

All important eras—from the Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance to the KK monarchy—take the visitors on a journey back in time. Modern art lovers will find plenty of galleries and special exhibitions here for a rewarding visit. It’s the diversity that makes Innsbruck interesting.

Innsbruck, the Capital of the Alps, was a two-time host of the Olympic Winter Games (1964 and 1976) and has a history of 800 years. The city offers art treasures and is famous for buildings such as the Golden Roof, the Hofburg, and Ambras Castle. It combines tradition and modernity: city strolls, mountaineering, baroque operas and folklore music, tuxedos, and Lederhosen.

Fantastic Views, highly recommended; this is a must-see!

If you want to do some sightseeing, go to Seegrube / Hafelekar. You can have lunch up there, but it is self-service and not so tasty. Try a “Glühwein” or a “Jagatee”—warm clothing is required!  (Roundtrip is around 44 Euro, but the view is stunning. Do not go up if it is cloudy! The station is 5 minutes’ walk from downtown.

Old Town

The hotels are located close to the heart of Innsbruck, just two walking minutes from the historic Old Town. You will find several charming cafés and restaurants on the university campus right next door. The hotels are next to historical buildings and monuments such as the Imperial Palace, the Imperial Church, the Theatre and the Imperial Garden. The Management Center Innsbruck, the Faculty of Social Sciences and Economics of the Innsbruck University and the Congress Centre Innsbruck are also at its doorstep.

Berg Isel Museum

Due to the essential relocation of the gigantic panoramic painting, the “Riesenrundgemälde”, and the new construction of the adjoining museum, a new concept could be realised on the Bergisel hill.“Das Tirol Panorama” represents this complete concept: “Nestled in the historic surroundings of Bergisel, Das Tirol Panorama offers a permanent exhibition besides the Riesenrundgemälde and the Kaiserjäger Museum (museum of the Tyrolean Imperial Infantry) with impressive exhibits on Tyrol’s past covering the subjects of nature, people, religion and politics.”

The Bergisel hill enjoys a new architecturally successful attraction with a fantastic outlook and panoramic view of the Tyrolean capital. It has created a unique meeting place and destination for all Tyroleans south of Innsbruck and a new tourist highlight for guests and visitors, bringing culture and sport together.

In the new building on the Bergisel, visitors embark on an exciting journey through major stages of Tyrolean history and cultural history and on a search for the “myth of Tyrol”. The Tyrolean struggle for freedom—captured on the 1,000 m² gigantic panoramic painting—and its impact on the land and people is brought closer to visitors through various facets. Go by taxi! (20 Euro + entrance fee)


Yes, you can, nearly all year long:

A free shuttle bus to the Stubaier Glacier stops at most Hotels.