Final Destination: Muenchen (Italian spelling of Munchen/Munich)
Connect in Innsbruck for other Austrian destinations including Salzburg, St. Anton and Seefeld.
Connect in Worgl (after Innsbruck) for Kitzbuhel and Zell-am-See.
5 x trains per day
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: 4 months ahead of the travel date
The national rail website of Austrian railways, OBB, usually sells the cheapest advance tickets for this journey, as these trains are operated by OBB
Though it can be worth comparing prices on the OBB website with the other websites on which this journey can be booked
When booking online on OBB a €3 price will be added to the shopping basket and you need to accept this price.
It is the cost of the mandatory seat reservation that is required when travelling by these trains from Italy.
Rail pass users can make these reservations at the DB Reisenzentrum desk in Verona Porta Nuova station prior to boarding, or book them online on the Trenitalia website.
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The train journey between Verona and Innsbruck is one of the most incredible in Europe, but sit on the right of the left (when facing the direction of travel) to see the best of the stunning views.
That's because the highlight of the journey comes towards journey's end when the train travels between Brennero and Innsbruck.
The views on the left, on this section of the journey, are captured in this video; filmed from a train travelling in the opposite direction.
Though as this video below shows, south of the Brenner Tunnel, there are some dramatic views over on the right.
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