The main workshop will be held at:
Hotel Grauer Bär
Getting to Innsbruck by plane
- Innsbruck Airport (INN): The city airport is located in the western edge of Innsbruck and is directly connected to the city center by the IVB bus line F (12 minutes) and taxis. Daily flights operate to several international destinations, such as Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam, and Vienna.
- Munich Airport (MUC): Direct connections to Innsbruck are possible by bus, train, or car in a timeframe of 2-2.30 hours. Daily international flights connect Munich to worldwide destinations including North America and Asia.
Getting to Innsbruck by train
Innsbruck is located on a main European railway axis. Direct connections are possible from/to
- Austria: Vienna, Salzburg, Bregenz
- Germany: Munich, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Berlin
- Italy: Verona, Bologna, Venezia
- Switzerland: Zurich
Getting to Innsbruck by car
Please note that a “Vignette” (toll sticker) is required for driving on Austrian highways (Autobahn). A 10-day sticker costs around € 9. More information can be found here.
Innsbruck is located at the intersection of two major European traffic links:
- Autobahn A12: from the West (Voralberg, Switzerland) and the East (Munich, Salzburg, Vienna)
- Autobahn A13: from the South, continuing the Italian A22 highway. From the border until the Innsbruck-Süd exit the Vignette is not necessary, but a toll is applied; after Innsbruck-Süd, the Vignette is needed.
Academic Security Research Event
Consider attending the 6th ACM Workshop on Information Hiding and Multimedia Security (IH&MMSec), which follows directly after WEIS on June 20–22, 2018.
Innsbruck will be the host city of an international freestyle mountainbike competition just before WEIS on June 13-17, 2018. It’s worth watching if you are around.