Innsbruck’s public transport system represented by only two modes of transport. Buses and Trams. The city also has a funicular and a cable car.

Trams in Innsbruck

Trams (Trambahn or Strassenbahn). Useful for tourists to explore the main attractions. The tram network consists of 4 lines. (# 1, # 2, # 3 and # 5) serving the city center. The Old Town, the Saggen district. The Wilten and Pradl districts. Igls district and the villages of the Stubai Valley.

Line 6 runs from Innsbrucker Mittelgebirgsbahn to Igls. The STB (Stubaitalbahn) line. An intercity tram line from Innsbruck to Fulpmes.

Buses in Innsbruck

Buses allow you to get around Innsbruck quick and cheap. The bus network covers more than 20 routes covering major areas of the city. Detailed information on routes, stops and opening times can found on the ivb.at website.

The bus operates around the clock. From 23:00 to 05:00, the city and suburbs served by a network of 11 bus routes. The stops in the city marked with a green H on a yellow background. It equipped with electronic boards. That indicates the arrival time of the next bus.

Ski buses in Innsbruck

In winter, a free ski bus takes you to the slopes from your hotel in Innsbruck. These buses stop on the following slopes. Axamer Lizum. Schlick 2000. Stubai Glacier. Kyutai, Muttereralm. Rangger Köpfl. Nordkette. Patcherkofel.

Buses collect skiers from large hotels. Alphotel Innsbruck. Ramada Innsbruck Tivoli. Austria Trend Hotel. Congress Innsbruck. You must have a welcome card to travel by bus.

Taxi in Innsbruck

Taxis in Innsbruck, as well as throughout Austria, are not cheap. But its inarguable. Plus is the ability to quick and comfort get from point A to point B. Taxi will take you to the door of your hotel or any ski resort. Axamer Lizum, St. Anton, Sportgastein, etc.

Innsbruck Tickets and Passes

Figure out the prices for travel in Innsbruck transport. There are several types of tickets here – for one trip, for a day, for a month. Tickets are valid for buses and trams in Innsbruck. When entering the vehicle, the ticket must validated. Otherwise, It considered invalid. Let’s consider the most popular types of tickets and their prices. The indicated prices are valid for travel within the city.

A ticket for 1 trip – €2.5 when purchased from the machine and €3.1 when purchased from the bus driver.
Ticket for 24 hours – €5.8.
Ticket for 24 hours for a family (2 adults + 3 children up to 15 years old) – €8.4.
1 week ticket – €22.2.
1 month ticket – €56.

All tickets, except the one-trip ticket, can only purchased from the machine. Note that ticket vending machines can combine with parking meters in Austria. Vending machines can found at junction stations, bus stops. Tickets sold at information centers. Tobacco and newsstands shops within walking distance.