Hungerburgbahn, or the Hungerburg funicular, is part of the Nordkette project, including 4 unique stations and a suspension bridge over the River Inn. Ever since its inauguration on 1 December 2007, it has had over 4.5 million visitors from different corners of the world. Get your Hungerburg funicular tickets and brace yourself for the most spectacular views of the Austrian Alps as you ride this state-of-the-art funicular in the vibrant city of Innsbruck. Plan a ski trip, visit nearby attractions, or simply go up to the mountain top for a scintillating experience.
Enjoy the world-renowned architectural marvel that is Hungerburgbahn, with its state-of-the-art technology and design. Take in spectacular sights of the city as you make your way from ground level up to the foot of Nordkette mountain in just about 8 minutes. This ticket excludes entry to Alpine Zoo.
Get the best of both worlds by enjoying a round trip on the famous Hungerburg funicular and visiting the native animals of the Alps at Alpine Zoo. Tickets include a round trip from Congress Station to Hungerburg, access to the funicular which runs every 15 minutes, and entry to Alpine Zoo. Food and drinks are excluded from this ticket.
Bask in the beautiful snow-capped mountains of Innsbruck from a height of about 2,300 metres above sea level. Enjoy access to the Hungerber funiculars, Hafelekar cableway, and Seegruben cableway to get to the top of Innsbruck. Your tickets include a round-trip from Congress Station to the top of Innsbruck, whereas food and drinks are excluded.
Your best option to book Hungerburg funicular tickets is to buy them online:
Discounted Hungerburgbahn tickets are available online and in-person. Children between 6-18 years, students between 19-27 years, and seniors citizens that are 65 years and above can avail themselves of the discounted tickets. Please note that you need to carry your photo ID with you to present at the ticket office.
Forming one part of the Nordkettenbahn, Hungerburgbahn will take you soaring from the city centre to the foot of Nordkette mountains in just a few minutes. Enjoy picturesque views as you start at ground level, going all the way up to almost 2300m above sea level.
The outstanding architecture and technology of Hungerburg Innsbruck have led it to become an important landmark in the city. It was even shortlisted for the Stirling Prize by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Whether it’s summer or winter, you can gear up for some unforgettable views of the beautiful slopes of Nordkette Mountain. You can even take the funicular to the nearby attractions, the most famous of which is Alpine Zoo.
In 2005, architect Zaha Hadid, along with the contractor Strabag, won the competition to build Hungerburg Funicular. This was Hadid’s second project in Innsbruck after The Bergisel Ski Jump, built in 2002.
Known for their outstanding architecture, the Hungerburgbahn stations were the largest structure in the world to utilise double-curved glass. One of its most striking features is the “floating” ceiling, which mimics natural ice formations to represent the Alpine nature of Innsbruck, while also reflecting the passengers below.
There are four stations on the Hungerburg funicular — Congress Station, Loewenhaus, Alpenzoo, and Hungerburg. Congress Station is located in Innsbruck, Loewenhaus is an intermediate station, Alpenzoo is the station to reach if you want to check out the Alpine Zoo, and the last station is the one that will connect you with Nordkette.
Weekdays: 7:15 AM - 7:15 PM
Weekends & Holidays: 8 AM - 7:15 PM
The Hungerburg funicular departs every 15 minutes.
The first station of the funicular is the Congress station. You can get to Hungerburg Funicular Congress Station by taking Bus H, Bus M, or the tourist bus line TS from Hauptbahnhof Station.
It is a 5-minute walk from the Golden Roof.
The best time to ride aboard the Hungerburg funicular is winter. Winter is the perfect time to enjoy spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains and go skiing. It’s best to plan your visit during the morning hours for good visibility of the surroundings.
Ride the Hungerburg funicular to Alpine Zoo, where you can get a look over 100 different species of native Alpine animals. Focusing on animals that mainly inhabit the Alps including ibexes, otters, golden eagles, wolves, brown bears, and many more, Alpine Zoo is a great place for families and children alike.
Book your Hungerburg Funicular tickets online in just a few simple steps, or at the venue.
You can cancel your Hungerburg Funicular tickets up to 24 hours before the scheduled visit and get a full refund.
Your Hungerburg Innsbruck tickets are valid for the date selected during your purchase.
Hungerburg Funicular operates from 7:15 AM - 7:15 PM on weekdays and 8 AM - 7:15 PM on weekends and holidays.
You can book discounted Hungerburg Funicular tickets online with a valid photo ID. Discounted tickets are available to children between 6-18 years, students between 19-27 years, and seniors citizens that are 65 years and above.
Hungerburg at Innsbruck is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Parking is available on-site at Hungerburg Innsbruck, but the charges are not included with your ticket.
There are four stations on the Hungerburg funicular — Congress Station, Loewenhaus, Alpenzoo, and Hungerburg.