Accommodation / Venue / Travel


Efforts are undertaken to make the meeting a reasonably priced meeting by offering all the facilities of the Institute of Botany, Sternwartestrasse 15, Innsbruck Austria (lecture halls, poster rooms, microscopy rooms, Botanical Garden).


Public transport facilities allow easy access by car, train and plain. This comprises in-town access to Innsbruck Airport (repeated flights every day to Frankfurt (Germany), Vienna) as well as fast train and bus connections to many central European cities in Italy, Germany and Switzerland and train and bus connections to nearby airports in Austria (Vienna, Salzburg) and Germany (Munich). Delays in arrival when crossing national state borders can happen.

If you arrive from outside the Schengen European Union Area: Please check your travel requirements (potential necessary visa formalities and deadlines) with the Austrian Embassy in your home country. With mailing copies/scans of the requested documents (frequently evidence of your employment in your home country if not evident from internet) we can send you an invitation letter for the conference (keep in mind that this is no immediate acceptance of your scientific contribution).

Hints for finding accommodation

In the city of Innsbruck and the near surrounding villages (Igls, Rum, Natters, Mutters, Götzens) a large number of accommodation facilities from hotels, pensions, private rooms to youth hostels are available which can be found at (from places around town transport is best for the villages named above – however somewhat higher transport fees may apply). Please, book well in advance since the conference period is still part of the main touristic season in town.

To facilitate your planning, we made a preliminary reservation for several rooms for the whole period of the meeting in 5 good hotels with reduced room rates for the conference at the University of Innsbruck distributed to you either by the reference name “IAC-Symposium-2016” or the specific link given, all distributed on a first come first served basis.

  • Austria Trend Hotel Congress 4 stars, Rennweg; (Single room 95 €, Double 115 €)
    Modern Hotel located closely to the river and Hofgarten, elegant and comfortable. You can reach the conference site easily by using bus A (direction Sadrach / Hötting) from Kaiserjägerstrasse (35 min). Send an e-mail with reference and you will get a registration form.

  • Basic Hotel 3 stars. (Single from 70€, Double from 100€)
    This is a smaller modern renovated hotel near the transport center in town. The conference can be reached by bus A (20 min).
    Book by special link:

  • Hotel Sailer 4 stars, Adamgasse. (Single: 92€; Double 125€)
    A good and traditional family hotel in town offering restaurant and steambath and sauna. Reach the institute by bus A from Museumstrasse.
    Book by e-mail to:

  • Gasthof, Hotel Weisses Rössl, Kiebachgasse, Altstadt. (Single 99€; Double 138€)
    Traditional family hotel in the old town with modern remade rooms. Reach the institute by bus A. (20min).
    For booking use code name and e-mail to:

  • Hotel Weisses Kreuz, 3 stars. Herzog-Friedrich Strasse, Altstadt (Single 110€; Double 129€)
    Historical building in the old town.
    E-mail: Early booking necessary.


Additional Hotels recommended all to be reached by public town transport with some special offers, similar or higher prices are: in town center: Romantikhotel Schwarzer Adler; Hotel Innsbruck; NALA Hotel; somewhat more distant: Ramada Innsbruck; Alphotel Innsbruck).

In vicinity of the venue there are additional hotels and pensions of variable categories allowing for few individual bookings on request (e.g. Gartenhotel Putzker, Pension Paula, Pension Heis-Perauer, Hotel Innsbrücke, Hotel Brauner Bär, Hotel Engel; Best Western Hotel Mondschein).

For youth hostels try at Garni-Technikerhaus, Kolpinghaus, Youth Hostel Reichenau, all at larger distance from the venue but connected by public transport.

For lower budgets private rooms (Privatzimmer) can be booked well in advance within the surrounding villages mentioned above (better to speak German or slow distinct English!). The largest official campsite is Camping Innsbruck-Kranebitten situated in the West end of town.

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