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OverviewThe average travel time between Lucerne and Innsbruck is 5h26 minutes. The quickest route is 4h38 minutes. The first train leaving Lucerne is at 04:55, the last at 21:35. There is an average of 35 trains a day between Lucerne and Innsbruck, leaving approximately every 47 minutes.
- Departure station : Luzern (Bahnhofplatz 1 6003 Lucerne)
- Arrival station : Innsbruck hbf (Südtiroler Platz 7 A-6020 Innsbruck)
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Main stations in Lucerne and Innsbruck
Lucerne Train Station
Address: Bahnhofplatz 1 6003 LucerneOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4am to 1:30am
Public holidays: 4am to 1:30am Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Tourist Information Office, Assistance for disabled persons, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency Exchange and Public Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Lucerne and Innsbruck
Lucerne, the birthplace of tourism
Lucerne is famous worldwide for the beauty of its site. Nestled in lush hills on the banks of Lake Lucerne, it offers a unique panorama that stretches from the Righi to Pilatus. With its 60,000 inhabitants, is the eighth city of Switzerland. If we add to this figure the population of the city, built in conjunction with the city, the number of inhabitants is multiplied by three. Because of its size, its central location and its economic potential, Lucerne can be considered as the capital of Central Switzerland. Lucerne is one of the tourism capitals of the world, located in the heart of Switzerland and attracting more than 2.5 million visitors each year.
A picture-perfect Austrian city with Alpine appeal, Innsbruck blends lavish baroque palaces and designer boutiques with old-world taverns and glass-fronted bars. Glittering with crystals and shining slopes, it’s steeped in tradition but by no means traditional – as Bögen’s all-night parties confirm.
Located in the western part of Austria, Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol region, is a very accessible city with hundreds of shops, restaurants and numerous other year-round attractions. There are many ski areas around the city. Did you know that Innsbruck was twice host of the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976, and it also became the first city to host three Winter Olympics when it staged the world’s first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012?