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IOC Innsbruck

O2k-Coaching Days take place at the Oroboros O2k-Laboratory. Accommodation needs to be organized by the participant themselves.
During lunch breaks, sufficient time is available for relaxing walks and talks and sightseeing in the picturesque old town of Innsbruck, located in the middle of the Alps.

O2k-Workshops and Events

Travel to Innsbruck

Arrival at Innsbruck Airport

Innsbruck Airport is located on the outskirts of Innsbruck. Public transport/cabs take about fifteen minutes into the old town/to the hotel. (Taxi: approx. EUR 15.-)

Arrival at other airports

Recommended airports: Munich, Salzburg, Zurich
Connection to INNSBRUCK from Munich, Salzburg or Zurich: by plane, train or airport shuttle
Information on train connections
Trains and buses from Munich Airport or Salzburg Airport (international/intercontinental) take about 2 hours.
» Website of OEBB/Austrian Railway
Trains and buses from Zurich Airport (international/intercontinental) take about 4 hours.
» Website of Zurich Airport/Swiss Federal Railways
Airport Shuttle
Four Seasons Travel
» Website

Oroboros O2k-Laboratory

Oroboros Instruments
High-Resolution Respirometry
Schoepfstrasse 18
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Tel: +43 512 566796
Fax: +43 512 566796 20
Arrival at Innsbruck Airport
Innsbruck Airport is located on the outskirts of Innsbruck. Public transport is serviced regularly and the bus to the city takes 15 minutes.
Bus directions: At Innsbruck Airport, take line F (bus; direction: Baggersee), exit at Klinik/Universität. From there, it is a 5-minute-walk to our office (Schöpfstrasse 18). See Map.
Taxi service is available.
Arrival at Innsbruck Main Station
It is a ten-minute walk from Innsbruck Main Station to the Oroboros Office: See Map.
Taxi service is available.

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