Swimming and sauna
An overview of Innsbruck’s swimming pools and saunas is provided by the operator Innsbrucker Kommunalbetriebe (IKB). There is also swimming in several lakes in the surroundings of Innsbruck, including Lanser See and Natterer See, Wildsee on the Seefeld Plateau and in Möserer See in Seefeld. You can find more lakes for swimming, pools outside of Innsbruck, water parks, thermal baths and curative springs here.

University Sports Centre
The USI University Sports Centre (Universitätssportzentrum) offers a full range of facilities and programmes for all kinds of sports, including over a thousand courses per academic year. They are primarily open to students, graduates and staff of the universities, but free places can also be booked by others. Online registration is required for the courses (semester and vacation courses).

Sports clubs
Those who are more into team sports can choose from a long list of sports clubs in the Tyrol. You can use Vereinsportal to make quick and easy contact with the right sports club near your new home. In many locations in the Tyrol, there are other clubs and sports programmes that are not included in this directory, so be sure to look for information locally.

For active families, individuals and students whose main residence is in the Tyrol, an ideal solution is the Freizeitticket Tirol (Tyrol Leisure Ticket), which offers economical use of many of the cable cars, swimming pools and other leisure facilities in the Tyrol all year round. The ticket is a real alpine sports all-rounder! An overview of the current tariffs and all affiliated facilities is available here.