Information on tickets, arrival, hotels, public transport and news about the city and the region.


Admission to almost all events of the festival is free. Registration is not required.

Admission is payable for the films at the Cinematograph (€5.50; free for students) and for the exhibition at the TAXISPALAIS (except on the opening day, Friday 13 May: free admission until 18:00).

The current Covid measures apply.

Getting there

The organisers strive for a climate-friendly festival. We ask guests to travel in a climate-friendly manner.

You can easily reach Innsbruck by train. The city is located at the intersection of the north-south connection over the Brenner Pass, in the middle between Vienna and Basel.

Find out about your personal travel options:

Public transport

The locations of the Journalismusfest Innsbruck are within walking distance and easily accessible by public transport.


The Innsbruck Tourist Board will be happy to provide you with information on hotels and other accommodation:


The latest news about the city and region of Innsbruck can be found on the pages of the Innsbruck Tourist Board.

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Always informed. Always up to date. Journalismusfest Innsbruck can also be found on Instagram and Twitter.

The program

A weekend with a view: Debates, talks, readings, films, exhibitions and audio features

The participants

We look forward to journalists, scientists and NGOs from different regions of the world.

The locations

The festival venues are in the center of Innsbruck. They can be easily reached on foot.