Motorhome parking Innsbruck

Motorhome parking Innsbruck….in a nutshell, don’t get too excited, but there isn’t any!

Motorhome parking Innsbruck

Motorhomes are not welcome here!

There is a coach park in the city centre. We had parked almost ten years ago with a motorhome and were hoping for a repeat today. However, the coach park now has signs stating “no motorhomes”. There are other signs indicating that you could be towed away hence we avoided this parking area. As a result, you need other options up your sleeve when visiting Innsbruck.

Motorhome parking Innsbruck – alternatives?

Motorhome parking Innsbruck

Some campsites offer a park and ride facility, using public bus services

One option of course is to stay at one of the campsites close to the city and either walk or talk the bus into the centre, or, some hotels seem to offer a park and ride facility! We stayed at Camping Kranebitten and walked into the city centre. It made for a pleasant stroll on flat terrain.

If you get really stuck, the local tourist office is on hand to help – click here. 

 

 

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