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Bungee Jumping in Europabrücke, Innsbruck, Tyrol Austria

Jump height:
192 m/629 ft
Flying time:
5 seconds
Flying speed:
up to 120 kph/74.6 mph
Innsbruck is situated in the western Austria, on the broad valley right among high mountains (Hafelekar in the north, Patscherkofel and Serles in the south) and half way between Munich (Germany) and Verona (Italy). It is the capital city of the federal state of Tyrol in the Inn Valley on the joint with the Wipptal (Sill River) that provides admission to Brenner Pass, at approximately 30 km / 18.6 mi in the south of Innsbruck.

Innsbruck is well known for its big bridge, Europabrücke where bungee jumping is being performed. The sport is increasingly popular in Tyrol and Europe Bridge, since its height and the surrounding location is the perfect setting for Bungee Jumping.

Europe Bridge is one of the highest and most remarkable places to jump from. Bungee is more than an adventure above the ground. It is also a tool to conquer your fears and enter a new way of life with more self confidence. At this bridge, it is getting a huge challenge for anyone to perform bungee jumping. The height of the bridge is 192 m/629 ft above the ground.

When you jump you will reach the speed of 100 km/h in two seconds and a total of 120 kph/74.6 mph. The flying time is 5 seconds. When you fall, the bungee cord will accelerate you back until you will feel absolutely weightless, just before you fall again! Come to Innsbruck and dare this adrenaline rush. The bungee rope won’t leave you in the lurch!

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Salzburg
116.3 miles/187 km, 1 hour 49 minutes
Head north on Vogelweiderstr./B150 to Pauernfeindstr. Continue to follow the B150, Continue to B156, Merge onto A1 via the ramp road towards München / villach / Innsbruck (Road with controlled tolls) Entering Germany Continue to A8 (Road with controlled tolls) At junction 101 -Dreieck Inntal, stay right and follow the signs for A93 towards Innsbruck / Kufstein / Brenner (Road with controlled tolls) Sign in Austria Continue to A12 (toll road) Take exit Innsbruck-Ost to Innsbruck Ost Zentrum, enter the Amraser-See-Straße/Innsbrucker Str. / B174, Turn right onto Amraser Str. Turn right at the König-Laurin-Strass, Turn left at Dreiheiligenstr. Take 1st right onto Jahnstr.
BY CAR FROM Linz
113.1 miles/183 km, 2 hours 22 minutes
Head west on Drautal Str. / Tiroler Str./B100 to Andreas Hofer-Straße, continue to follow the Drautal Str. / B100, at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit towards Felbertauern Str. / Iseltaler Str./B108, continue to follow the Felbertauern Str. (Roads with controlled tolls) continue to Pass-Thurn-Straße / B161, Continue to follow the B161,go through 2 roundabouts, turn right to enter Lebenbergtunnel/B170 to Kirchberg / Schwarzsee, continue to follow the B170, Turn right to stay on B170, At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the ramp Brixentaler Str. / Loferer Str. / B178, get in Brixentaler Str. / Loferer Str. / B178 , Continue to follow the Loferer Str. / B178, continue towards Wörgl Ost (signals E45/E60/A12/Salzburg/München/Innsbruck), keep left at the fork, follow signs for Innsbruck and enter the A12 (Road with controlled toll), take the Innsbruck-Ost exit towards Innsbruck Ost Zentrum, get in Amraser-See-Straße/Innsbrucker Str. / B174, turn right onto Amraser Str. Turn right at the König-Laurin-Strass, Turn left at Dreiheiligenstr. Take 1st right onto Jahnstr.
BY AIR
Innsbruck Airport,
3.5 miles/5.3 km
BY TRAIN

Take a train from anywhere in Austria and disembark at Innsbruck train station.

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