About Train Travel
Train Travel Tips
Do you like to go fast? With high-speed trains going faster than 300 km/h on certain routes, the time will fly by. Taking a train between Innsbruck and Vienna is also a great way to travel to arrive in the city centre and save more time for your stay in Vienna.
Regional train? High-speed train? Whichever train to Vienna you take, you’ll help reduce the environmental impact and carbon footprint of your trip. As you watch the landscapes unfold before your eyes, you can tell yourself that with this choice, you are making sure they remain protected.
By choosing the train between Innsbruck and Vienna, you emit up to 30 times less CO2 than for the same journey made by plane or car!
Create your own real life musical score by curating a personalized bus travel playlist - the perfect accompaniment to your bus ride from Innsbruck to Vienna.
Did you know?
The first high-speed train line was inaugurated in 1964, in Japan, to connect Tokyo with Osaka. It was during the Olympics that the first passengers travelled aboard the Shinkansen at a speed of 210 km / h.
The magnetic levitation train (Maglev for short) is currently the fastest train in the world. With a speed of 603 km/ h, it is closely followed by the French high-speed train (574.8 km / h) which remains in 2020, the fastest train to date.
Some trains in Sweden can recover more than a fifth of the energy they use by braking. This is especially true with ore trains as they descend from Narvik to Kiruna.