logo The Honeynet Project Annual Workshop 2019
Innsbruck, Austria — July 1st–3rd, 2019

Location

The Honeynet Workshop 2019 will be held in Innsbruck. The capital city of Tyrol is a scenic town located in the heart of the Austrian Alps. Its best-known attractions include the Golden Roof, the Nordkette mountain range with its Seegrube and Haferlekar stations, and the Ambras Castle.

Venue

The Honeynet Workshop will be held at:

Hotel Grauer Bär
Universitätsstraße 5-7
6020 Innsbruck
Austria

Accommodation

The conference venue hotel holds a limited room block for participants at negotiated rates:

Use this form to make a reservation at the conference hotel. The cutoff date for the negotiated rates is May 15th, 2019.

Alternatively, the conference venue is located right in the city centre with a variety of hotels in 10 minutes walking distance.

Travel

Getting to Innsbruck by plane

Google Flights covers all major airlines flying to Munich and Innsbruck.

Getting to Innsbruck by train

Innsbruck is located on a main European railway axis. We recommend the website of Deutsche Bahn for connection and timetable inquiries, although tickets may only be available from the Austrian, Italian or Swiss train services. Direct connections are possible from/to:

You can often find substantially cheaper tickets for the same connection on oebb.at. It's usually worth to do a quick comparison.

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:

Getting around in Innsbruck

Innsbruck's city centre is safe and cozy enough to be easily walkable.
There is no Uber or Lyft. Taxis are safe to use and regulated, taxi scams are unheard of.
Innsbruck has a very good public transport system. However, please note the following two caveats:
  1. Innsbruck's public transport is not listed on Google Maps. You will see regional buses on Google Maps, but don't let that betray you. You're missing the vast majority of connections. Use fahrplan.ivb.at or one of their apps instead.
  2. The cheapest way to get tickets is to use the ticket machines (pictured on the right, accepts cards only) available at most stations or the ÖBB mobile app. You can get a single ride ticket ("Einzel-Ticket") for €2,40. If you are around for a few more days, 8-trip tickets (€14,60) are often most convenient and can be shared (stamp it once per passenger in the bus/tram).
If you would like to explore the Innsbruck area by bike, check out nextbike.