Taxi from VIENNA to INNSBRUCK or vice versa

We provide door-to-door taxi service between Vienna and Innsbruck as well as between many other destinations in Europe by premium Mercedes-Benz vehicles with qualified drivers. Our dispatchers will help you to find points of interest along your route so you can arrange a scenic transfer with sightseeing stopovers or hire our chauffeured car for multiple days to spend stress-free holiday in utmost comfort.

Please select your car:

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Sedan E-Class

up to 3 passengers
2 medium luggage

730 EUR

SUV M-Class

up to 4 passengers
5 medium luggage

840 EUR

Minivan V-Class
up to 6 passengers

8 medium luggage

750 EUR

Limousine S-Class
up to 3 passengers

3 medium luggage

1420 EUR

… Did you know?


  • Vienna is Austria’s capital, largest city and one of nine states of Austria
  • popular for its imperial sights, cultural events and the very special Viennese charm
  • also economic and political centre, between 2005 and 2010 was the world’s number-one destination for international congresses and conventions
  • cityscape of Vienna is characterised by the abundance of baroque buildings created mostly under the rule of Empress Maria Theresia and Emperor Franz Joseph and city centre was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Vienna’s Schönbrunn palace is the summer residence with formal gardens, the Gloriette monument, Palm House and zoo, where live pandas
  • many celebrated composers lived and worked in Vienna, including Strauß, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn
  • visit City Hall, Austrian Parliament, Belvedere Place, The Giant Ferris Wheel in Prater, the Spanish Riding School with their world-famous Lipizzaner horses, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Hofburg Palace and Donau City


  • capital city of Tyrol in western Austria and the name translates as Inn Bridge
  • Innsbrucker Nordkette is a cable car ride that takes you up to Nordkette, which is part of Austria’s largest natural park
  • Ambras castle is the famous Spanish Hall, which is an intricately decorated hall that now hosts classical music concerts
  • Innsbruck hosted the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics as well as the 1984 and 1988 Winter Paralympics
  • see striking roof canopy is made up of 2,738 gilded copper tiles while the lower balconies bear coast of arms relating to the Emperors historical territories
  • visit Old town Innsbruck, Imperial Palace Hofburg, Hungerburg Funicular, Bergisel Ski Jump, Andreas Hofer’s tomb, St. James’ Cathedral, Swarovski Kristallwelten, Jesuit Church, Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, Kaiserjäger Museum, Büchsenhausen Castle, Maria-Theresien Strasse, Alpine Zoo or Tirol Panorama