With a car rental Innsbruck, Austria, you have easy access to sights like the Tyrolean Folk Museum, Ambras Castle, and the picturesque villages dotting the city's outskirts. After you're done exploring the city, you can see the rest of Austria at your leisure. Head east to Salzburg and see the beauty of the "Sound of Music" country and Mozart's birthplace for yourself, or venture further towards Vienna.
Auto Europe offers several pick up locations and a large rental car fleet selection, so finding a car rental in Innsbruck is both easy and economical.
Pick up your rental car at the Innsbruck Airport and follow the Danube all the way to Budapest, Hungary. Or drive your car rental in Innsbruck south, over the Brenner Pass, into Italy. Visit Bolzano, the capital of South Tirol. You won't be in Austria any more, but it's not quite Italy either. In any case, the beauty of the Dolomite Alps is beyond description.
Book a rental car today and give yourself the freedom to tour all of Austria. Our friends at the Austrian Tourism Board have put together a number of travel itineraries, click the image to the right to browse itineraries from the tourism board now!
Questions about driving in Innsbruck? Our driving information page should provide answers and the Austria tourist board has lots of great tips and itineraries.
If you're searching for great car rental rates and excellent service, rent a car in Innsbruck, Austria from Auto Europe. We strive to meet your needs with our price match department and excellent customer service to ensure that you are more than satisfied with your car rental in Innsbruck.
Booking online is easy with our secure 3 step booking engine, or simply give us a call toll-free, any time at 1-888-223-5555 to speak with a member of our award-winning customer service team. For more information feel free to review our car rental FAQ, or call Auto Europe at 888-223-5555.
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