Conveniently located right in the heart of the beautiful city, the Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof rail station prides itself on the status of the main train station in the city as well as the title of one of the busiest railway stations in Austria, serving over 25 000 people every day. The station building looks very impressive and boasts a very light and spacious interior. It houses 14 platforms and serves trains to Budapest, Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Verona, Milan, Venice, and Rome as well as many other popular travel destinations. Inside, you can also find an exclusive OBB lounge, available for the 1st class train ticket holders.
What to Know About Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof
What is Innsbruck HBF?
As the Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is a bit of a mouthful, especially for those who don't speak German, a lot of people prefer to refer to the main train station of the city as the Innsbruck HBF.
What can I find at the Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof railway station?
Innsbruck's Central Station is everything you would expect a modern rail station to be and more. It provides everything you might need for a worry-free stay, including comfortable waiting rooms, restrooms (available for a small fee), big underground parking station, left luggage lockers, as well as a great choice of cafes and shops, including a big supermarket where you can purchase everything you need for the upcoming trip.
How do I get from Innsbruck airport to the Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof train station?
The fastest way to travel between the Innsbruck HBF and the main city's airport is by taking a direct bus F. The ride takes approximately 20 minutes and costs about 3.5 USD (one-way ticket).